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Wotton House
Guildford Road


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Wotton House is ideally situated to explore the stunning Surrey Hills, including the old market towns of Dorking and Guildford, and Denbies Vineyard. Just 40 minutes by train to Central London, it is also perfect for visiting the sights and sounds of the city, whilst staying a tranquil setting. A superb venue set in 20 beautiful acres of landscaped grounds; the venue was originally the home of the famous diarist John Evelyn and has many original features in the grounds including the turtle house, a temple and grotto. Tastefully extended and refurbished, Wotton House opened in 2003 and now offers modern, luxurious accommodation in a stunning setting surrounded by original features.

Included in your stay is full use of the extensive leisure facilities to include, swimming pool, spa bath, tennis court and well equipped gymnasium. A beauty salon is also available, treatments must be pre-booked and are an additional cost. All leisure facilities are strictly over 18s only. Various theme weekends run throughout the year, ask at reception.

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