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Bookham Grange
Little Bookham Common

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Surrey Country House Hotel facing National Trust land with 27 en-suite bedrooms, bar, restaurant, function rooms and garden. Good food/friendly service. Located about 5 miles from A3 and M25 at junctions 9 or 10 it is a convenient and popular venue for wedding receptions, parties, seminars and small conferences and provides comfortable accommodation for visitors to Leatherhead, Epsom, Dorking, Cobham & Guildford.

There are many attractions within an hourís drive. RHS Wisley, Claremont, Painshill and Winkworth Gardens. Clandon Park, Hatchlands, Polesden Lacey & Loseley House stately homes.

Windsor Castle, Hampton Court Palace & Winchester Cathedral. Adventure in Chessington World and Thorpe Park. Leisure Centres and Golf Courses nearby. Central London is easily accessible by car or train.

How to find us: Take A246 (Leatherhead to Guildford Road) to Bookham High Street, straight on into Church Road and take first turning right after Bookham Railway Station. Map available on request.


Ratings/Awards: AA 2 Stars
Number of Rooms: 27
Number Ensuite: 27

Price per Room:

Double: From £95
Twin: From £95
Single: £75 - £85
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Name: Polesden Room
Cuisine: International

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