EsherCopyright Colin Smith


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Tel code: 01372 | code search
Postcode: KT10 | code search
Population: 8400
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Birthplace of:
Sir Terence Conran
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Folk Customs:
Chertsey Black Cherry Fair
Guildford's Dicey Maids
Inspecting the Gibson Tomb

Esher Events

32 Red Tolworth Hurdle Day

Betfred Masters Day

Model Engineer Exhibition
Tingle Creek Festival
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Esher Cars
"Over 25 years old & is the longest running taxi firm in Esher and Elmbridge. Must be doing something right!

Date visited: 6/11/2013 ..." More

Esher Cars
"Very good airport transfer service will recommend

Date visited: 26/10/2011 ..." More

Moore Place
"Good Points: Price was cheap! Bad Points: Poor reception on arrival - shown to room and left. General review: Very disapointing - a shame as location is great and a bit ..." More

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The small Surrey town of Esher retains a timeless village feel despite being just off the A3 within the M25 London ring road and only a 25 minute train ride to London Waterloo. Its pleasant green with Victorian cottages and a gothic Victorian church, add to the village feel, plus the town is bordered by wooded commons and the River Mole. Whilst walking round the town keep an eye open for lots of interesting little features like the tiny church made from corrugated iron, the Śwhite lady‚ milestone, the old village pump, and a gothic tumbledown folly-like structure known as the Traveller‚s Rest. Above the shop fronts much of the High Street is 17th - 18th century, with old coaching inns remaining from when Esher was a stage coach stop and some buildings dating from as early as Tudor times. Esher‚s oldest public building is St.George‚s church, a lovely 16th century Tudor church made from chequered stone with the original wooden bell tower plus a nicely restored Georgian interior. Local attractions include Sandown Park racecourse and Claremont landscape garden with its grotto, lake and grassed amphitheatre amidst what is believed to be one of the earliest surviving examples of an English landscape garden.


Lion Finance
Woolford & Co


Claremont Landscape Garden

Care Home

Arbrook House Nursing Home
Sunrise of Esher


Odeon Esher


Elmbridge Borough Council

Estate Agent


Golf Club

Moore Place
Sandown Park Golf Club
Thames Ditton & Esher Golf Club

Pub and Bar

Wheatsheaf Esher Green


Sandown Park Racecourse


George Restaurant
Sherpa Kitchen


Milbourne Lodge Junior School


Roomspace Serviced Apartments - Orchard Place


Morgan Russell


A 2 B Car Service
Claremont Car Services
Esher Cars
Sandown Cars


D J Coffey

Sports Clubs

Elmbridge Road Runners (Athletics)
Kingston Warriors ARLFC (Rugby League)


B2G Lingerie
Kestrel Networks
Floral Nurseries
Seventeen The Opticians
Roco Women
Bernard of Esher
Buds & Blooms
The White Orchid
Hair Associates
Chameleon Interiors


Esher Antiques Centre



Sandown Active Sports(Snow Sports)

Places to Stay near Esher

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The Albert Mews Hotel (0.21 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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Rosemead Guest House (0.82 miles)

Rosemead Guest House
Rosemead Guest House is situated in a semi-rural greenbelt location within extensive landscaped grounds and offers good quality, affordable accommodation.

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Innkeepers Lodge (2.14 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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Raintree Bed & Breakfast (2.15 miles)

Raintree Bed & Breakfast

All the rooms are of high quality, designed interiors, well maintained and serviced - charming & contemporary. We provide adding a touch of homeliness to our guests and provide a service second to none. Raintree ... More | visit website

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Holiday Inn London-Kingston South (2.34 miles)

Holiday Inn London-Kingston South

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Welcome to Holiday Inn London – Kingston South, a new contemporary and stylish hotel for Kingston, perfect for guests staying for work or pleasure and within easy reach of central ... More

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Carlton Mitre (2.46 miles)

Carlton Mitre

First constructed in 1665 by Charles II, the buildings housing the Carlton Mitre Hotel now offer one of the prime residential locations of south west London. Located on the banks of the River Thames, the ... More | visit website

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The Don Pepe Charlton Hotel (2.49 miles)

The Don Pepe Charlton Hotel

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The Don Pepe Charlton Hotel is a cottage style hotel, set slightly back from the road. Situated opposite Hampton Court Green, just a short walk from the Palace itself & ... More

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Ditton Lodge (2.51 miles)

Ditton Lodge

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Ditton Lodge is an elegant family run Edwardian bed and breakfast hotel with lots of character and original features. It has been recently extended and renovated providing luxurious rooms and ... More

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Premier Inn Cobham (2.61 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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Seething Wells Hall (2.62 miles)

Seething Wells Hall

Situated in a gated cul-de-sac, Seething Wells Hall of Residence on the Portsmouth Road in Surbiton has 24 hour security and provides up to 100 ensuite bedrooms arranged in flats of four or five with ... More | visit website

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