The Sanctuary offers very tranquil surroundings and is an impressive period building. The area provides easy access to the railway station and there are many local shops and pubs.
Surbiton is a vibrant town with great surroundings. It lies on the river Thames and is a short hop from Kingston with it’s world renowned shopping. Surbiton High Street is filled with independent shops as well as well know supermarket chains. The pubs and clubs are too many to name, but for whatever you’re looking for, Surbiton probably has it!
Surbiton is a convenient location from which to commute into Central London with just 20 minutes travel time to London Waterloo. Surbiton station is located within Zone 6 of the London Transport Zones and the area is also very convenient for the A3 which links to the M25.
The Sanctuary is within walking distance of Surbiton train station and the High Street, but set in tranquil wooded grounds next to the Surbiton Bird Sanctuary
The Building now known as “the Sanctuary” was originally built in the late 1800s as the private home and estate of the Bryant and May family famous for manufacturing matches. This beautiful period building subsequently became a high class Hotel then known as “St Andrews Hall”. Some original photographs of the past finery can be seen today displayed on the inner hallway walls.
Converted to flats in the 60′s finally becoming the Period office building it is today. A small area of woodland, a sanctuary for birds and wildlife, is situated opposite the front driveway and was the inspiration behind the current name of this prestige building. “The Sanctuary” emphasising a peaceful but central location.