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County - Surrey | Map
Tel code: 01784 | code search
Postcode: TW18 | code search
Population: 53000
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Famous Staines Dates
Birthplace of:
Matthew Arnold
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Folk Customs:
Chertsey Black Cherry Fair
Guildford's Dicey Maids
Inspecting the Gibson Tomb

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Thames Lodge Hotel
"Good Points: Check in was quick and friendly. Room was clean and cleaned very well General review: I had a great stay visiting my grand-daughter. The hotel was perfect ..." More

Thames Lodge Hotel
"During our three day break we found all aspects of the hotel to be excellent. The reception staff were friendly and helpfull and the service from all staff was fist ..." More

Thames Lodge Hotel
"It was a great hotel even though I never stayed there as such!

Date visited: 17th July 2006 ..." More

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Staines is a riverside town in the County Of Surrey, home to fifty two and a half thousand people. Once favoured by the Romans who built a bridge crossing the river, although the one seen today replaces much earlier ones, a gentle saunter along the Thames Path unveils Mother Nature’s creations on the way to Runnymead, where King John signed the Magna Carta. Or why not climb aboard one of the many boat trips on offer and sail to Hampton Court, where the Tudor splendour of Henry V111’s Palace is set within stunning gardens and Parkland. Whether the Tudor Kitchens will please, or perhaps it will be the elegance of the legacy left by William and Mary who commissioned Christopher Wren to weave his magic……….. The town has many shopping options from the Two Rivers Shopping Centre, Elmsleigh, to the bustling High Street and Market, or for an interesting story waiting to be told there is always Spelthorne Museum, where exhibits range from Roman wonders, to a fire engine that dates back to 1738. Or how about the splendour of the Georgian townhouse that’s home to Chertsey Museum, where many treasures are on display including a Viking Sword. For the great outdoors there is Virginia Water Lake where stunning scenery gladdens any heart, or perhaps Windsor Castle is more for you, where history rewinds over 900 years……..

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Coast Financial Ltd
L & M Accounting Services Ltd
S M Armstrong & Co

Budget

Anne Boleyn Hotel *book online*
Travelodge Staines *book online*

Care Home

Ashford House
Meadowside

Council

Spelthorne Borough Council

Dentist

Dental Practice
Dental Surgery
Thorpe Lea Dental

Doctor

Dr Pittard & Partners
Hythe Medical Centre
St.Davids Health Centre
Staines Health Centre

Estate Agent

Campsie & Co
Clay Newbold & Partners
Gale & Power
Mann & Co (Central) Ltd
Regents Estate Agents

Wraysbury Estates Ltd

Inn

Swan Hotel

Market

Arts & Crafts Market
Mini Car Boot Sale
Staines Car Boot
Staines Market

Solicitor

W H Matthews & Co

Taxi

Atlas Cars

Venue

Stanwell Hall Hotel

Vet

Willett House

Shops

Staines Flowers
Boots
Pampurred Pets
Broadway Pharmacy
The Optical Shop
Shoe Fetish
Michael Chell
artbazaar
BHS
The Entertainer

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Activities

Laleham Archery Club(Archery)

Places to Stay near Staines

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Travelodge Staines (0.23 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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Swan Hotel (0.40 miles)

Swan Hotel

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The Swan Hotel in Staines has a wonderful location, overlooking the River Thames. All of it's 11 bedrooms have recently been refurbished to a very high standard and are in ... More

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Thames Lodge Hotel (0.43 miles)

Thames Lodge Hotel

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Well situated in Staines, on the banks of the River Thames, the hotel is popular with both business and leisure guests with a modern bar and restaurant overlooking the river. This Mercure ... More

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Albany House (0.97 miles)

Albany House
Friendly family owned & run B&B. Free parking. Free WiFi. Full English breakfast is included within the price and is served between 7.30 & 9am. Two bathrooms shared between three guest rooms - the bathrooms ... More | visit website
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Wraysbury Hall (1.15 miles)

Wraysbury Hall
This property is an elegantly restored and extended Jacobean style manor house set amongst 4.5 acres of private landscaped gardens, with exclusive frontage to the River Thames. ... More
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the runnymede-on-thames (1.23 miles)

the runnymede-on-thames

the runnymede-on-thames is 4 Star luxury, privately owned hotel, located 5 miles from Windsor and 7 miles from Heathrow, on the banks of the River Thames. It is ideally situated for exploring the tourist ... More | visit website

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Laburnum Lodge (1.61 miles)

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Laburnum Lodge is an established, friendly, family run B&B specialising in quality accommodation with that personal touch.When you stay at Laburnum lodge, you will see that our guest accommodation has ... More

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Thameside Accommodation (1.71 miles)

Thameside Accommodation

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We are a friendly family run Bed and Breakfast.Thameside is convenient for M3,M4,M25,Heathrow Airport,trains to central London,Staines town centre with numerous shops,entertainment and restaurants. We ... More

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Great Fosters (2.02 miles)

Great Fosters

Gracing an estate of more than fifty acres in what was once the heart of Royal Windsor Forest in Surrey, Great Fosters is the most distinguished of hotels – a Grade One listed building blessed ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Heathrow Terminal 5 (2.33 miles)

The Travelodge Heathrow Terminal 5 hotel is a newly built hotel, perfectly located for your pre-flight stopover. The hotel is just a short drive from all of the airport terminals and is serviced by the ... More | visit website

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