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Denbies Wine Estate
London Road
Dorking
Surrey

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With a 4 Star Rating and situated in England's largest vineyard 'Denbies Farmhouse Accommodation' offers a uniquely peaceful setting for overnight business trips, short stays and relaxing breaks in the Surrey Hills, an area of 'Outstanding Natural Beauty'. Our spacious, non-smoking, en-suite rooms have flat screen TV, hospitality tray, hairdryer and trouser press.
The conservatory breakfast room has spectacular far-reaching views over the vineyard. Enjoy a complimentary Full English breakfast with fresh farm eggs from the Estate, local butcher's sausages and other fresh local produce when available.
The nearby Denbies winery visitor centre offers wine tours and tastings, gift shop, restaurants, art gallery and kitchen garden centre.
Close to the historic market town of Dorking and easy access from Gatwick and Heathrow airports. Dorking train stations with direct links to London within walking distance.

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Ratings/Awards: ETC 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
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