The B2234 is a short B-road in the eastern suburbs of Guildford.
The road begins at a roundabout junction with the A3100 in Burpham and heads east. After following New Inn Lane for a little under half a mile, the route makes an abrupt right turn to pass beneath a low-arched, signal-controlled bridge carrying the London Waterloo to Guildford railway line over Merrow Lane, which at a small roundabout becomes Park Lane.
From here, the largely tree-lined route follows a gently curving route (by way of another small roundabout) for the remaining three-quarters of a mile of its itinerary before ending at a final roundabout: its junction with the A25.
The route is generally lightly trafficked – the pinch-point of the low railway bridge doing much to discourage use of the B2234 as a "rat run" – and no route number is displayed at either end.