Haslemere (/ˈheɪzəlmɪər/) is a town in the borough of Waverley in Surrey, England. It is north-east of the tripoint like Hampshire and West Sussex, approximately 12 miles (19 km) southwest of Guildford, and is the most southerly town in Surrey. The town is in the upper Wey (south branch) valley and east of the A3, the major road with London and Portsmouth.
The town’s railway station is served by South Western Railway, with facilities between London Waterloo and Portsmouth, and there is a small commercial district subsequent to service and retail amenities.
The south branch of the River Wey rises to the south of the town, on Blackdown, West Sussex.