B and Bs in Cobham

Cobham Lodge
46 Portsmouth Road

KT11 1HY | View map

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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 for breaks near London, as well as overnight stays for next day flights. Cobham Lodge is set on the edge of the village of Cobham, enjoying all that the rural Surrey countryside has to offer. The peaceful surroundings allow you to enjoy a good night's rest, which pefectly compliments the ease of commuting from the Lodge's enviable location. Whether travelling for business or leisure, the contemporary facilities at Cobham Lodge are ideal for both overnight stays and short breaks. Rooms boast a modern design that has your relaxation in mind. With up to date amenities, such as wireless internet, flat screen T.Vís and Digital channels, your stay will be enhanced by the convenience of the home-away-from home comforts on hand. Start your day with one of the well prepared continental breakfasts available at Cobham Lodge. Whether you prefer the light version or deluxe Continental, featuring a selection of cold meats and cheese, you are sure to enjoy a quality meal to set you up for the rest of your day. Breakfast is served to you directly in your room, allowing you to comfortably ease into your morning at your own pace. The hotel's offsite restaurant, 'El Torito', can be found next door and offers lunch and dinner in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

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