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County - Surrey | Map
Tel code: 0208 | code search
Postcode: SM3 | code search
Population: 10000
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Birthplace of:
Tim Vine
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Folk Customs:
Chertsey Black Cherry Fair
Guildford's Dicey Maids
Inspecting the Gibson Tomb

Latest reviews

Cheam Broadway Market
"Busy, bustling market with friendly stallholders and cafe area. Stalls that stood out for me were the plants, second hand books and fused glass jewellery.

Date visited: 9th April ..." More

Thatched House Hotel
"Good Points: Room cleanliness was top-notch. Very friendly and helpful staff. Bad Points: None that I can think of really! General review: I enjoyed the Hotel and my stay. It is ..." More

Thatched House Hotel
"Good Points: Difficult to say - staff were civil Bad Points: Decor dingy and run down Smells of smoke Noisy at the front of the hotel - both traffic and felow ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Cheam | 10 Places to Stay

Cheam is a large village only twelve miles from the centre of London, once famed for it’s pottery during the Middle Ages, now home to just over nine and a half thousand people. The impressive Whitehall, built in the 16th Century, stands in the centre of the village, with 500 years of living history on display, including Medieval pottery and even a Victorian Schoolmasters Study, outside the delightful gardens have a Medieval well that completes this enchanting experience. For a relaxing stroll there is Non Such Park with links into history, or there is always Cheam Park if a game of Crazy Golf or Tennis is wished for. For a glimpse into Mother Nature’s wonders Ashtead Common National Nature Reserve has trees that are centuries old, ancient monuments, and a myriad of wildlife on offer….. Or how about a flutter at Epsom Race Course, or even Sandown, whether the winner is chosen or not will make the visit a definite favourite. Perhaps tennis is more for you, the All England Tennis Club Museum has state of the art exhibits that tell an interesting story, or hold tight at Chessington World of Adventures where adrenaline pumping rides and wild animals are the order of the day. The Tudor masterpiece of Hampton Court Palace will proudly share Henry V111’s legacy, and the visitor can follow in the footsteps of Oliver Cromwell, William Shakespeare and many others…...

Dentist

Church Hill Dentistry
Dias & Patel Dental Practice

Health and Fitness Club

Cannons Health Club

Market

Cheam Broadway Market

Pub and Bar

Bell Inn
Harrow Inn
Lord Nelson
Prince Of Wales
Ye Olde Red Lion

Restaurant

Bell Inn
Harrow Inn
Le Bistro Des Amis French Restaurant
Lord Nelson
Prince Of Wales
Regional Thai Taste
Star of India
Ye Olde Red Lion

School

Cheam High School

Solicitor

Arora Bailey Solicitors
Copley Clark & Bennett

Taxi

Cheam Station Cars Ltd

Venue

Nonsuch Park

Sports Clubs

Cheam CC (Cricket)
Cheam Fields Club (Tennis)
Cheam Hockey Club (Men's Hockey)
Cheam Hockey Club (Women's Hockey)
Cheam LTC (Tennis)
Clarencourt CC (Cycling)
Senshu Ryu (Cheam) (Martial Arts)
Sutton & Epsom RFC (Rugby Union)

Shops

Sabiha Beauty & Massage Therapies

Places to Stay near Cheam

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Thatched House Hotel (0.45 miles)

Thatched House Hotel

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This small, family-run hotel is walking distance from Sutton town centre. It has clean, quiet, refurbished rooms, pleasant gardens and a warm welcome. The Thatched House Hotel has a bar and a ... More

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Mariana's Guest House (0.73 miles)

Mariana

This is a superbly renovated spacious Edwardian house, offering eight luxurious en-suite rooms, where our national and international clientele are welcomed into an environment of peace and tranquility. Please feel free to read our guest's ... More | visit website

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Nonsuch Park Hotel (0.91 miles)

Nonsuch Park Hotel

The Nonsuch Park Hotel is situated directly opposite the Historic Nonsuch Park on the London Road (A24), Epsom & Ewell, Surrey. In the local vicinity are towns such as Sutton, Kingston, Wimbledon & Morden. Approximately ... More | visit website

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Holiday Inn London Sutton (0.94 miles)

Holiday Inn London Sutton

Whether you're travelling on business or leisure, the Holiday Inn London Sutton offers the perfect venue. As well as being located in the heart of Sutton (Surrey), the hotel is also conveniently located for many famous ... More | visit website

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Belmontview House Hotel (1.25 miles)

Belmontview House Hotel
Belmontview House is in the ideal location for visitors to London, Surrey and the south east of England. Our friendly B&B offers affordable overnight accommodation in a homely environment, and is perfectly situated for trips to ... More | visit website
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Ashling Tara Hotel (1.72 miles)

Ashling Tara Hotel

A personal welcome awaits you at the Ashling Tara Hotel. All our beautifully decorated rooms have colour televisions, tea and coffee making facilities. All our rooms have en-suite bathrooms or showers. There are no car ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Epsom North (1.76 miles)

Premier Inn Epsom North
Conveniently located within easy reach of the A3 and M25. Epsom train station is within walking distance and for shops and local amenities Epsom town centre is only 2 miles away. Local attractions include Chessington ... More | visit website
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Greyhound Hotel (2.33 miles)

Greyhound Hotel

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This magnificent 18th-century coaching inn has been extensively refurbished. The hotel has 21 air-conditioned bedrooms, a non-smoking dining area and a modern, yet traditional bar.

Within a short distance from the m23, ... More

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Travelodge Wimbledon Morden (2.42 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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Dukes Head (2.83 miles)

Dukes Head

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The Duke's Head Hotel stands at the junction of the A237 and A232, overlooking Walliington Green. Enjoy a selection of traditional English food in the bar. The Duke's Head Hotel overlooks ... More

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