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County - Surrey | Map
Tel code: 01276 | code search
Postcode: GU19 | code search
Population: 5360
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Dr Handa
"Suffered from a skin problem. grubs breeding just under the skin. itching when eggs hatch Then repeats the cycle. Dr Handa was on the ball, quickly cleared. Need to register ..." More

Kings Arms Hungry House
"Bad food, bad atmosphere and very bad management. Food I could forgive (after all, they do not claim to be a gastro pub and they are dirt cheap), but management ..." More

Luckham & Andreasson
"Excellent, friendly service. Good with my children and offer a wide range of services.

Date visited: 12/9/09 ..." More

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The Saxon (in origin) town of Bagshot is a perfect base for holidays, being just a stone‚s throw away from the great lakes, waterfall and totem pole of Virginia Water, Ascot racecourse, and Windsor with its ancient Royal castle and deer park. Bagshot has its own connections with Royalty, with the grade II listed Tudor-gothic mansion in Bagshot Park being home to Prince Edward. Despite being on the A30 intersection with the A322, and near the M3 motorway, the villagers of Bagshot enjoy a quiet, peaceful existence with no crime rate to speak of. Four churches serve the parish, including St.Anne‚s, a lovely example of Victorian neo-gothic architecture. During the 18th century Bagshot was a well known stopping point on the main coaching road between London and the West of the country, with most of the town‚s trade coming from the many inns providing stabling and even horse swapping services to thousands of stage coaches. Bagshot‚s two main streets are full of real ale inns and food outlets so perfect for an evening out. Of the inns remaining from medieval times, the Three Mariners is worth a visit as it still retains some of the original features from when it was a coaching inn.

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Martell Associates
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Premier Inn Bagshot *book online*

Care Home

Sunrise Operations Bagshot II Ltd

Club

Pantiles Club & Restaurant

Dentist

Luckham & Andreasson

Doctor

Dr Handa
Park House Surgery

Pub and Bar

Bird In Hand
Kings Arms Hungry House

Restaurant

Barn At Pantiles
Bel Vedere
Hardy's
Jacks Of Bagshot
Kings Arms Hungry House
Princess Cottage

School

Bagshot School
Connaught Junior School
Hall Grove School

Solicitor

Fielding Griffiths

Taxi

Airport Taxis
Stirling Cars

Vet

Windlebrook Veterinary Clinic

Sports Clubs

Bagshot CC (Cricket)

Shops

Poppies
Longacres Nursery
Alboe

Antiques

Country & Town Antiques

Activities

Southern Raiders BMX(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Bagshot

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Pennyhill Park Hotel & The Spa (0.59 miles)

Pennyhill Park Hotel & The Spa

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Pennyhill Park offers a rare balance of relaxed comfort, exuberant surroundings and a style of service that is a genuine desire to help. It has dignity in abundance and as befits its original ... More

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Premier Inn Bagshot (0.73 miles)

Premier Inn Bagshot
Located close to the M3, within walking distance of Bagshot train station and only 6 miles from Camberley town Centre. For a great day out Legoland and Thorpe Park Theme Parks are nearby. Our Bagshot Premier ... More | visit website
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Burwood House (1.51 miles)

Burwood House
Burwood House is a very stylish establishment with individually designed bedrooms that offer all modern conveniences including free Wi-fi. Every Monday to Thursday evening the kitchen offers a varied menu full of traditional favourites, as well as seasonal ... More | visit website
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Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa (1.87 miles)

Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa

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Situated amongst beautifully tended wooded gardens, the ivy-clad Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa is a classic example of a Victorian manor house. Recently refurbished throughout, this elegant hotel has ... More | visit website

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Camberley Guest House (2.24 miles)

Camberley Guest House

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Friendly family run guest house conveniently located in the centre of Camberley. 2 minutes walk from the Town Centre, 5 minutes walk from Camberley mainline station and 10 minutes walk ... More

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Heatherbank (2.25 miles)

Heatherbank

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In its own beautiful gardens, right in the town centre, within easy reach of Camberley Railway Station and the M3, this large Victorian house offers spacious, high quality accommodation. In a convenient ... More

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Tekels Park Vegetarian Guest House (2.58 miles)

Tekels Park Vegetarian Guest House

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The guest house has 22 bedrooms with TV, wash basin and tea and coffee facilities. We have various meeting rooms and specialise in full day or residential courses.
The park is a ... More

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Central House Quality Serviced Apartments (2.71 miles)

Central House Quality Serviced Apartments
Central House Aparthotel is located in the heart of Camberley town centre just a three minute walk (0.2 miles, 0.3km) from Camberley Rail Station, and is home to an exclusive range of executive suites which ... More | visit website
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The Atrium (2.80 miles)

The Atrium

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The Atrium is found in the heart of Camberley town centre. The luxury apartment complex includes a wide choice of quality High Street stores, seven restaurants offering cuisine from across ... More

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Travelodge Frimley Hotel (2.84 miles)

Positioned 2.8 miles from Camberley Railway Station and 7.8 miles from the renowned Ascot Racecourse, Frimley Hotel is the ideal place to stay in this quaint English town. Those wanting a relaxing break can ... More | visit website

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