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Savill Garden

Shepperton is pretty much the Thames at its wiggliest, with some fine riverside walks accordingly and boat trips available too, this very pleasant part of West London good for Heathrow and for car travel with the M3 and M25 handy... Read More

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Hotels in Shepperton - 3 places to stay

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Ship Hotel

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The Ship Hotel, part of Martyn Hotel and Leisure, is located within easy reach of the M3, M25, M4 and 8 miles from Heathrow. The hotel overlooks the River Thames and some ... More

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Anchor Hotel

Anchor Hotel

Set in the peaceful setting of Church Square, The Anchor provides great value for money in a great location. Just a stones throw from The River Thames, the Hotel has 29 en-suite bedrooms and promises ... More | visit website

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Oatlands Park Hotel (1.52 miles)

Oatlands Park Hotel

Overlooking the Broadwater lake and with far reaching views over the Surrey countryside, Oatlands Park Hotel stands within ten acres of picturesque parkland. The beautiful grounds with sweeping lawns and mature towering trees provide a ... More | visit website

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Ship Hotel (1.62 miles)

Ship Hotel

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The Ship Hotel, part of Martyn Hotel and Leisure, is located within easy reach of the M3, M25, M4 and 8 miles from Heathrow. The hotel overlooks the River Thames and some ... More

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Innkeepers Lodge (1.72 miles)

Innkeeper's Lodge weybridge is an ideal base for visiting thorpe park, chessington world of adventure, brooklands museum, elmbridge museum, horton park childrens farm, epsom racecourse and wisely gardens. each of our 19 rooms has a ... More | visit website

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The Bridge Hotel (1.81 miles)

The Bridge Hotel

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The Bridge Hotel, offers non- smoking comfortable bedrooms, many with spectacular views over the hotel's own tributary of the River Thames, as well as the main river and far reaching ... More

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Travelodge Sunbury M3 (2.05 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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Innkeepers Lodge (2.13 miles)

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Just round the corner from Walton-on-Thames train station, this lodge is next to the Ashley Park Ember Inn. Walton on Thames itself is best accessed from Junction 11 of the ... More

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Thameside Accommodation (2.22 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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Ashmead Apartments (2.23 miles)

Ashmead Apartments
Set within a beautiful self contained development, Ashmead Apartments enjoy luxury fixtures throughout and complimentary allocated parking. Ashmead development comprises of a 2 bedroom detached bungalow, five 2 bedroom apartments and two one bedroom apartments. This ... More
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The Crouch Oak B&B (2.36 miles)

The Crouch Oak B&B

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You are assured a warm welcome at The Crouch Oak with its great atmosphere in pleasant surroundings. Large bar lounge with good selection of beers, wines & spirits. Tempting menu ... More

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The Orchard Barn Luxury Guest House Hotel (2.42 miles)

The Orchard Barn Luxury Guest House Hotel

The Orchard Barn is a luxury guest house for business users, with single occupancy rooms, offering a full bed and breakfast service, in the historic town of Chertsey in Surrey. We offer a choice of ... More | visit website

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