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Redwood Hotel
35 Manor Road
Aldershot
Hampshire

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The Redwood Hotel is a Victorian Manor house, built in 1897. It has been tastefully converted to provide modern facilities in luxurious surroundings. Located in Aldershot, the hotel is within close proximity to the old market town of Farnham. It is also conveniently situated for the towns of Fleet, Farnborough and Guildford, with easy access to both the M3 and M25. The Redwood Hotel offers the ideal place to stay for both business and pleasure, offering executive and luxury accommodation.The Redwood Hotel combines excellent service with the friendly atmosphere of a small family run hotel. The lounge offers stylish surroundings in which to relax and unwind. For the benefit of our guests The Redwood Hotel is non smoking. All bedrooms have been individually designed and decorated and have en-suite bath or shower room, telephone with internet port, digital colour television, tea and coffee making facilities. The Redwood Bridal / Anniversary Suite is also available for that special occasion.The dining room provides relaxed surroundings for both breakfast and evening meals. Our set menu offers traditional English cuisine complimented by a selection of fine wines from the Butler's Pantry.

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