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Tel code: 01883 | code search
Postcode: CR3 | code search
Population: 20000
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Birthplace of:
Angus Deayton
Bill Nighy

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Chertsey Black Cherry Fair
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Caterham is really two towns in one, with the steep 'Church Hill' winding between the two parts.
The original settlement was near the location of iron-age forts close beside the Pilgrims' Way, on the ridge of the North Downs. This is Caterham on the Hill. The Normans built St Lawrence's Church here in 1095. Directly across the road is the picturesque Victorian Church of St Mary the Virgin. There are no less than four pubs in the little High Street and three more elsewhere in Caterham on the Hill. These have all been established many years and between them can boast many items of memorabilia, cosy open log fires and a warm welcome.
With the coming of the railway in 1856, came the development of Caterham Valley. Rich merchants, wanting to escape the dirty London air, started to build mansions along the Harestone Valley Road. Caterham School lies at the far end of this road. The Valley has many shops and the new 'Church Walk' pedestrian precinct lies just across 'Grand Parade' from the station. Caterham is the home of the sports car of the same name. The showroom is just a few steps from the station.


East Surrey Museum


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Care Home

3 Clareville Road
Buxton Lodge Care Home
Elizabeth Court


Caterham Dental Centre
Firs Dental Surgery
Timberhill Dental Practice


Dr A Hutchinson & Partners
The Surgery

Estate Agent


Golf Club

Surrey National Golf Club


Caterham Craft Fair

Performing Arts

Time To Dance

Pub and Bar

Blacksmiths Arms
Caterham Arms
Clifton Arms
Golden Lion
King and Queen
Old Surrey Hounds

Royal Oak


Caterham Arms
Clifton Arms
Golden Lion
King and Queen
Old Surrey Hounds
Rajduth Tandoori Restaurant


Caterham Preparatory School
Caterham School


Hamways Solicitors


Catax Ltd
Caterham Taxi Rank
Courtesy Cars
D C Taxis
Executive Cars
Guards Of Caterham Ltd
Louis Taxi
Tupwood Taxi Service


The Arc


Titles Of Caterham
Knights Garden Centre
Holland and Barratt

Places to Stay near Caterham

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Travelodge Caterham Whyteleafe (1.56 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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The Whyte Harte Hotel (3.02 miles)

The Whyte Harte Hotel

Come and experience one of Bletchingley’s best-kept secrets dating back centuries. This historic Pub and Hotel offers great food, modern and comfortable accommodation and convenience. We pride ourselves on our friendliness and our desire to ... More | visit website

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Coulsdon Manor (3.23 miles)

Coulsdon Manor

Enjoy all that London has to offer while relaxing in the countryside, just 15 miles from the capital. Set in 140 acres of parkland incorporating its own golf course, Coulsdon Manor offers fine dining in ... More | visit website

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Selsdon Park Hotel (4.03 miles)

Selsdon Park Hotel
With an 18-hole championship golf course, sauna, and pools, Selsdon Park is set in 200 acres of beautiful parkland. Gatwick Airport is 25 minutes’ drive away. Selsdon Park Hotel and Golf Club offers bright and elegant ... More | visit website
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Nutfield Priory (4.43 miles)

Nutfield Priory

Nutfield Priory is set in forty acres of beautiful Surrey countryside only eight miles from Gatwick.

Built in 1872, Nutfield Priory has been lovingly restored to its original splendour. With elaborately carved wood panelling and stained ... More | visit website

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Innkeeper's Lodge Redhill/Gatwick (4.94 miles)

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The Innkeeper's Lodge Redhill is situated on Redstone Hill on the A25, this lodge is in the grounds of a Toby Carvery restaurant. Redhill station is just round the corner, ... More

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The Grasshopper Inn (5.27 miles)

The Grasshopper Inn
The Grasshopper Inn is a privately owned, recently fully restored, beautiful Tudor building set in the idyllic Kent countryside, close to all major routes, yet only 40 minutes from London.
The buildings final renovations have now ... More | visit website
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Bridge House Hotel (5.42 miles)

Bridge House Hotel

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The Bridge House Hotel & Restaurant has just completed a major refurbishment making this a stylish and comfortable property throughout. Fully airconditioned, big beds with cosy duvets, flatscreen TV's, balconies and patios on ... More

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Premier Inn Croydon West (5.46 miles)

Premier Inn Croydon West
Located witin easy reach of central London, just 12 miles away. Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests, on Colonnades Leisure Park and near to many of Croydon's business parks. Our Croydon West Premier Inn ... More | visit website
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Aerodrome Hotel (5.51 miles)

Aerodrome Hotel

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Excellent location for Croydon and Central London. Ideal for both business and leisure travellers. The Aerodrome Classic Hotel is an exciting part of British aviation history dating from the 1920'S. Very ... More

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