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The Hautboy, Woking, Surrey

The Hautboy
Ockham Lane
Ockham

Woking
Surrey

GU23 6NP | View map

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The Hautboy is a wonderful Gothic building overlooking the cricket green in the picturesque village of Ockham. We have one restaurant, a large bar, five character bedrooms and a one acre garden.

The Hautboy Hotel at Ockham was built in 1864 by William, 1st Earl of Lovelace, Lord Lieutenant of Surrey and owner of Ockham Park. It replaced the old Hautboy and Fiddle Inn at Bridge End, Ockham, which the Earl had acquired in 1833, when the previous owner went bankrupt. Lovelace adopted the rather fanciful neo-gothic architectural style which he used for his property throughout the area.

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