Crown Hotel
Crown Hotel


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Tel code: 01932 | code search
Postcode: KT16 | code search
Population: 12000
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The development of Chertsey was originally due to it's status as an island, surrounded by marsh, the Thames and its tributary systems.
In 666 AD a famous monastery was established - Chertsey Abbey, and despite being pillaged by the Vikings on two occasions, it survived to become the wealthiest religious house in Surrey.
The monks were responsible for the establishment of the town in the 12th century.
The town was carefully planned, and archaeological excavations have suggested that it was surrounded by a ditch.
The town was the centre for trade in the local area, but seems not to have expanded much beyond its medieval limits until the 19th Century.
Its economy was based on agriculture and, also later, market gardening.
Tile and brick making was an important industry in the area from the 13th to 20th centuries.
The Abbots of Chertsey had a residence in London and the capital has continued to be important to the development of the town. In the early 18th Century it became fashionable for the gentry to live away from London, and number of fine buildings in Chertsey were built in this period.
In 1848 the railway station was opened, and this was largely responsible for the subsequent expansion of the town.
Although its historic centre has remained largely unchanged the continuing redevelopment scheme for Chertsey is making many changes and improvements.


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Coach and Horses (0.44 miles)

Coach and Horses
Located in the Surrey Market town of Chertsey, the Coach and Horses is a traditional English Pulbic House. If you come to stay with us you will enjoy the relaxed atmosphere that staying in a ... More | visit website
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The Orchard Barn Luxury Guest House Hotel (0.56 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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The Bridge Hotel (0.84 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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The Crouch Oak B&B (1.49 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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Laburnum Lodge (1.70 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 (1.87 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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Foxhills Club & Resort (2.19 miles)

Foxhills Club & Resort

Foxhills, Ottershaw, Surrey is a family-owned and family-friendly resort. Quintessentially English in its offering, the resort oozes a friendly, healthy, inspiring and Ďall about youí ambience. Itís a welcoming retreat set in the Surrey ... More | visit website

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Anchor Hotel (2.36 miles)

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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Ship Hotel (2.46 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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Royal Standard Guest House (2.47 miles)

Royal Standard Guest House

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The Royal Standard Guest House is a home away from home. A family run b&b that offers comfortable surroundings set in the heart of Virginia Water close to destination country ... More

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