Painshill Park
Painshill Park


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Tel code: 01932 | code search
Postcode: KT11 | code search
Population: 11000
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Folk Customs:
Chertsey Black Cherry Fair
Guildford's Dicey Maids
Inspecting the Gibson Tomb

Cobham Events

Swing and Pop at Painshill

Surrey Jaguar Day

1950s Running Day

AWS Gift Fayre
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Cedar House Hotel
"They had double booked my room and it was only down to luck that another one became available. The room i had was hamilton, it was not in the best ..." More

"Sadly the food in the Cricketers restaurant in Cobham is no longer the highly enjoyable standard it used to be since taken over by new owners. Whilst the scallops starter ..." More

Cedar House Hotel
"we stayed with the cedar house for our anniversary on the 30th of November 2009, the building is breathtaking venu and bolled us over on 1st impression! there was some ..." More

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Cobham is a town that links back to the Iron Age, in the County of Surrey, and is home to eleven thousand people. The River Mole meanders through the town that has a peppering of ancient and historic buildings, such as Cobham Mill, dating back to 1822 although a Mill has been on this site since Medieval times. The delightful church of St Andrews dates back to Norman times, and has many treasures to share. Artists will grab an extra brush or two as the enchanting cottages and houses are near to the church. For a journey that reverses time, the Cobham Bus Museum has over thirty impressive exhibits on show, from a horse drawn bus from 1875, a Scarlet Pimpernel Coach, and even an Ambulance from 1968. Or for transport of a different kind, Brooklands is close by and tells the fascinating story of Aviation, and Motor Racing, where the visitor can explore many aircraft including Concorde, or the brilliant Racing Cars, or even the Edwardian Clubhouse. For lovers of history and architecture there can be no better place than Hampton Court Palace with it’s tail of intrigue and links with the past, or the Georgian elegance of Polesden Lacey, time it right and enjoy the Open Air Theatre performance.


Chatley Heath Semaphore Tower
Painshill Park


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Care Home

Cossins House Care Home


Yehudi Menuhin School


Crome Dental Practice
Holt Dental Practice


Cobham Health Centre

Estate Agent

Gascoigne Billinghurst
Roy James Fancy

Golf Club

Silvermere Golf Club

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Bizarre Bazaar
Cedar House Hotel
D'Abernons Restaurant
l'auberge at the Plough


American Community School

Notre Dame Prep School
Notre Dame Senior School
Yehudi Menuhin School


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Boyntons Executive Cars
Grosvenor Cars
Oxshott Village Cars


Beech House Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Ad Tennis - Lightwater (Tennis)
Cobham (Amateur Football)
Cobham TC (Tennis)
Stoke D'Abernon CC (Cricket)


Cedar Nursery
Seymours Garden & Leisure Centre
Natureworld Pet Shop
George Whitehead
Room for Art
Robert Dyas
JoJo Maman Bebe
Fat Face



Cobham Martial Arts Centre(Martial Arts)
Poynters Riding Centre(Riding)

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Cobham Lodge (0.38 miles)

Cobham Lodge

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Situated just 2 miles from the M25, 35 minutes from Gatwick Airport and 20 minutes from Heathrow Airport, Cobham Lodge is ideally placed in a relaxing location that is convenient ... More

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Premier Inn Cobham (1.00 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the A307 and M25. Local attractions include a driving range next door, Sandown racecourse, Chessington World of Adventures, Thorpe Park and Hampton Court Palace and Gardens. For shops and ... More | visit website
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Hilton Cobham (1.24 miles)

Hilton Cobham

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The Hilton Cobham is a country retreat in the heart of Surrey. The hotel has an excellent leisure centre with exercise room, indoor swimming ... More

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Days Inn Cobham (1.46 miles)

Days Inn Cobham
Days Inn Cobham is conveniently located between junctions 9 and 10 on the M25. Heathrow Airport is a short 30 minute drive and Gatwick Airport a 45 minute drive. Cobham is 3km and Leatherhead is ... More | visit website
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Woodlands Park Hotel (2.22 miles)

Woodlands Park Hotel

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Woodlands Park is a magnificent country house set in the heart of the Surrey countryside, making it an ideal choice to explore the delights of Central London, Royal Windsor and the ... More

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Blue Anchor (2.64 miles)

Blue Anchor
Extremely popular with locals and visitors alike, the Blue Anchor offers everything a great pub should! The Blue Anchor offers a terrific range of en-suite accommodation in a great location close to the village green in ... More | visit website
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Bookham Grange (2.80 miles)

Bookham Grange

Surrey Country House Hotel facing National Trust land with 27 en-suite bedrooms, bar, restaurant, function rooms and garden. Good food/friendly service. Located about 5 miles from A3 and M25 at junctions 9 or 10 ... More | visit website

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Innkeepers Lodge (3.17 miles)

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Just round the corner from Walton-on-Thames train station, this lodge is next to the Ashley Park Ember Inn. Walton on Thames itself is best accessed from Junction 11 of the ... More

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Innkeepers Lodge (3.35 miles)

Innkeeper's Lodge weybridge is an ideal base for visiting thorpe park, chessington world of adventure, brooklands museum, elmbridge museum, horton park childrens farm, epsom racecourse and wisely gardens. each of our 19 rooms has a ... More | visit website

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The Albert Mews Hotel (3.43 miles)

The Albert Mews Hotel
Luxury accommodation, with six double bedrooms specifically tailored to meet the needs of the modern executive away from home. Situated in the mews at the side of The Albert Arms, Albert Mews’ beautiful double bedrooms reflect ... More | visit website

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