Established in 1853, The Albert Arms is a warm and friendly free house, restaurant and boutique hotel deep in the heart of Esher, Surrey. A visit to The Albert Arms offers a classic yet contemporaryexperience in stylish and relaxed surroundings. Whether you are eating at our restaurant or private dining room, drinking at our bar, having breakfast in our roof garden, hosting a party or corporate event or sleeping in one of our relaxing hotel rooms - you will be well looked after.
The Oatlands Park Hotel in Weybridge is one of the finest 4-star hotels in Surrey. Set amidst the splendour of manicured gardens, our hotel offers the best of breathtaking scenery and fine facilities.Only a 20 minute drive from London Heathrow airport, our hotel is a popular choice for relaxing getaways, business and weddings. Our privately owned historic country house became a hotel in 1856 and stands on the site of the grand Royal Palaces of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
The hotel is conveniently situated for many attractions including theme parks and historic Royal Palaces. The business traveller is also well catered for due to our easy access to the major motorwaysin the area plus London Waterloo is easily reached by direct train from the local station. Harrisons Hotel has 31 en-suite bedrooms including several that offer superb views of the river just across the road.
Nestled away in a leafy corner of old Epsom and just a stone's throw from the home of the world famous Epsom Derby sits the historic Chalk Lane Hotel. Whether you are looking for a cosy weekend away,a delicious meal in one of the best restaurants in epsom with family and friends, or an intimate Epsom Wedding Venue, this hidden gem is sure to delight you.
The Desborough Hotel Group comprises of three individual hotels, conference and wedding venues. The hotels are surrounded by some of England's most attractive countryside whilst having the advantageof being close to London, M25/M3/M4/M40, Heathrow and Gatwick Airport. Train services from Shepperton, Walton-on-Thames or Weybridge serve Central London, so you can be in the heart of the capital within 30 - 45 minutes. The BEST WESTERN Ship Hotel is located in the beautiful market town of Weybridge.
The Anchor Hotel is located in Church Square, Shepperton. Despite its peaceful location, the Hotel is just minutes from M25/M3/M4/M40, just 20 minutes drive from Heathrow Airport and 45 minutes drivefrom Gatwick Airport. Train services from Shepperton or nearby Walton-on-Thames serve Central London and you can be in the heart of the capital within 45 minutes.
The Thatched House is a traditional family-run hotel, set within beautiful grounds in Sutton, Surrey. It has been renovated and modernised whilst retaining its original charm and character. We areideally located within walking distance of Sutton town centre and only 30 minutes away by train from Central London. Gatwick and Heathrow Airports are easily accessible via the M25. Kingston-upon-Thames and Croydon are also only a few miles away.
The Club of Small Luxury Hotels of the World is free to join and offers instant benefits from your very first stay. The more you stay with us, the more great benefits you will receive - you can evenenjoy free reward nights on us. They say "small is beautiful", but we know there's much more to it than that. With 520 small hotels dotted across 80 countries, we've carefully selected a wish list of special places.
With an iconic, art deco inspired interior, the world's most historic motor racing track running through the reception, uber- contemporary conference facilities, a critically acclaimed chef, spafacilities, fitness centre and super suites, the new Brooklands Hotel in Weybridge, Surrey has to be seen to be believed.
During the next few months we are focusing our attention on the perfect G&T, offering a fantastic range of premium gins, some you'll know and some you'll want to know. Come into our pubs and ask aboutthe GINspiration campaign. There's a stunning variation of serves, competitions and educational and experiential events, just ask at the bar or email for more details. You can also read our guest blogger Olivia Martin's guide to gin here.