Lightwater is a village in the Surrey Heath district of Surrey, England, about 27 miles (43 km) south-west of London. Immediately surrounding towns and villages include Bagshot, Deepcut, Windlesham, Camberley, and West End, Woking. It is bounded to the north-west by the M3 motorway and to the north-east by the Lightwater bypass. To the south-east it is bounded by the Red Road,[clarification needed] while to the south-west there are vehicle-testing tracks owned by the Ministry of Defence.
Lightwater, Surrey boasts excellent hotels, quaint B&B's and comfortable guest houses in the town and the nearby vicinity. You can search for accommodation by type, distance from Lightwater, Surrey and rating, as well as other individual accommodation requirements.
Lightwater has its own country park, with some 100 acres (0.40 km2) of heathland, complete with "nature trail", together with a leisure centre and visitors centre.
The park has a view point, called High Curley, which gives views of about 250 degrees. From this point Bracknell, Ascot Racecourse, the London skyline and Bagshot Park can be seen to the west of the M3.
Towards the north-east, planes landing at Heathrow can be spotted,together with the high -rise buildings of the City of London and Canary Wharf. To the east, the taller buildings of Woking are visible, as also the North Downs.