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Ok hotel, ideal for one night, on return journey the room they gave us had a double bed instead of two singles but they did change this
Airport Inn Gatwick£52Airport Inn Gatwick£52
clean, good selection of largers nice meal, good breakfast coffee but hot water for tea was just warm,and a drip tray under the dispensors would stop the stain.would stay again.
Thatcher's Hotel£44Thatcher's Hotel£44
Restaurant was empty, but was told there was no room to seat us. Ate in bar & at least 3 tables were still empty when we had finished.
Hotel staff were friendly, good breakfast. I liked it because it was a nice location walking distance to numerous restraunts
Best Western Ship Hotel£45Best Western Ship Hotel£45
Handy to Gatwick airport, good shuttle service, good clean room ground level-no steps for luggage. Excellent food. Would comeback. Recommend it.
Friendly and pleasant hotel close to junction 8 of M25. On a busy road which is not easy to walk on as busy and fast traffic. Rooms comfortable though.
The Bridge House Hotel£37The Bridge House Hotel£37
Picking wife up from Gatwick. This is fourth Time staying here and will always use this hotel as it’s excellent value
nice stay overnight. Staff very nice and professional. Good breakfast. will recommend this place for one night.
Easy to find quick and friendly staff, plenty of eateries to choose from and not far from where we needed to be
The landscapes of Surrey seem to encapsulate what southeast England is all about for many visitors. This area is one of expansive rolling Downs and green fields stretching uninterrupted into the distance. In every meandering valley there seems to be a stately home, and the castles here are some of the most impressive in the country. Surrey's proximity to the capital makes it especially popular with visitors from abroad, looking for a rural setting for a day out. Based in a three star hotel or guesthouse in Surrey, you'll be even better placed to explore its multitudinous attractions.
In a Surrey three star hotel you'll have a happy compromise between the grand establishments of Central London and the flexibility and affordability of the smarter guesthouses which are to be found across the county. At a Surrey three star hotel such as the Talbot Inn in Woking guests can enjoy a superb package of services, including high-speed WiFi and a pleasant private garden, as well as delicious local food and easy access to the local attractions. You don't have to break the bank to stay at one of Surrey's three star hotels either, and the services and facilities will rival those of any top-end establishment.
Enjoy outdoors venues such as the motorsports exhibits at Brooklands, or take some time out for a day at the races from your three star hotel in Surrey. The courses at Epsom Downs, Sandown and Kempton are legendary and there are plenty of B&Bs and guesthouses in the vicinity if you're just here for a day or two. Three star hotels are popular with visitors as providing a comfortable base with the best amenities for the duration of their stay.
Surrey is especially rich in castles and stately homes. Back in Tudor times many of the merchants and courtiers in the capital lavished huge amounts of money and resources on their country piles and many of these are still in good shape and open to the public. Vann, for instance, is a half-timbered mansion dating from the mid-1500s, and the magnificent Loseley Park was built when Elizabeth I was on the throne. These are just a couple of examples of the many historic buildings which lie scattered across the Surrey landscape and make excellent afternoon destinations from your Surrey three star hotel base.
Walking is also a popular activity in the region, as Surrey has some of the most impressive landscapes in the United Kingdom. With its excellent road and rail links it's easy to get around from your three star hotel in Surrey and head for a destination like Box Hill. From here, visitors can enjoy splendid panoramic views across the whole of the county and even glimpse Central London. On a clear day you can even see the coastline in the distance. For iconic history, Runnymede close to Egham is where the Magna Carta was signed, and at Richmond-upon-Thames you can see red deer walking freely across the fields, descendants of Henry VIII's royal herds.