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Leatherhead, a crossing point of the River Mole within the North Downs, is a nice blend of modern, including some fine shopping provision, and ancient as best represented by its old coaching inns and surviving characterful narrow streets... Read More.

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Roomspace Serviced Apartments - Royal Swan

Roomspace Serviced Apartments - Royal Swan

Located just off the High Street and adjacent to the Swan Centre, the Royal Swan Quarter development is just a few minutesí walk from Leatherhead mainline station and a selection of shops, restaurants and bars. ... More

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Travelodge Leatherhead (0.15 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Running Horses (2.01 miles)

Running Horses

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Located on the outskirts of Dorking, The Running Horses is within easy reach of Heathrow (29 miles) and Gatwick Airports (17 miles). The M25 is less than 4 miles away ... More

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Woodlands Park Hotel (2.10 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 | Double Room: £95

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Bookham Grange (2.82 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 | Double Room: From £95 | visit website

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Burford Bridge (2.92 miles)

Burford Bridge

The 4 star Mercure Burford Bridge sits at the foot of Box Hill, with the Mole River running at the bottom of the spectacular gardens. With 57 en suite rooms, the hotel is ideal for ... More | visit website

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Preston Cross Hotel (3.05 miles)

Preston Cross Hotel

A fine country house hotel set in four acres of beautiful wooded grounds From the moment you arrive you are truly welcome at the Preston Cross Hotel Our aim is to make your stay as ... More | Double Room: £110 | visit website

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Premier Inn Epsom Central (3.26 miles)

Premier Inn Epsom Central
A walk from Epsom train station. For shops and local amenities Epsom town centre is only 1 mile away. Local attractions include Epsom Playhouse, Epsom Racecourse and a shopping centre. Our Epsom Central Premier Inn ... More | visit website

Denbies Wine Estate (3.43 miles)

Denbies Wine Estate
With a 4 Star Rating and situated in England's largest vineyard 'Denbies Farmhouse Accommodation' offers a uniquely peaceful setting for overnight business trips, short stays and relaxing breaks in the Surrey Hills, an area of ... More | Double Room: £95
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Sir Douglas Haig (3.62 miles)

Sir Douglas Haig
Set in the rural heartland of Surrey, Effingham is a quaint village, close enough to the hustle and bustle of major towns such as Guildford and Epsom and only a 40 minute train ride into ... More | visit website
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Sir Douglas Haig (3.62 miles)

Sir Douglas Haig

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The Sir Douglas Haig is located in the heart of the old village of Effingham which was famous as the home of the'Howards of Effingham' , one of whom was ... More

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