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Offering free WiFi and free private parking, Modern Apt in Epsom-Self Check in & Free Parking is set in Chessington, just 1.6 km from Chessington World of Adventures. Wonderful Host, great communication and was a pleasure to talk to. Very clean apartment, well maintained and felt like a home from home. Great location, quiet with beautiful woodlands within walking distance. Stress free parking and the local town is only a 10min drive away. My overly stay was perfect and for a very reasonable price.
Offering free WiFi and free private parking, Cosy detached studio- walking distance to CWOA! is set in Chessington, within just less than 1 km of Chessington World of Adventures. The space is so tidy and clean upon arrival and everything is well catered for, we brought lots of our own home goods that we didn’t end up needing.
Set 6 km from Nonsuch Park, AmberBlue@Epsom offers accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. The apartment was a great size, clean and has a great location! Parking facilities were brilliant, collecting the key was easy using a key box, location is fantastic - a 10/15 min walk into the town centre, costcutter is below for ease of getting anything, a pub next door if you don’t fancy cooking or there are takeaways about a 5 minute walk. Apartment was clean and a good size for a family of 3. We stayed for 2 nights as we were attending a wedding locally and I’m so glad I found this place to stay!! Will happily stay again.
Situated in Epsom, just 13 km from Walton-on-the-Hill, Luxury 4 Bed 3 Bathroom Bungalow, South West of London, The Dapples features accommodation with a terrace and free WiFi. Quite close proximity to our daughter and family in nearby Timbercroft, Ebsom. Very friendly and helpful landlord, who popped in the following morning to make sure everything was ok. He even resolved a minor key issue by coming round promptly the following night on request. I have no hesitation in recommending this luxury accommodation. Travel to central London can easily be organised via Tolcroft or Worcester Park Train Stations not too far away (car parks available at stations or use Uber/Taxi services.).
Situated in Claygate, The Foley has been a village pub since the 1780s. Now a coaching inn, it offers boutique-style bedrooms, a stylish pub, and a dining room. WiFi and parking are free. Lovely large room with very comfortable beds! Staff exceptionally friendly and helpful. We will return.
It's a great family oriented room and has loads for kids .swimming and splash pool great atmosphere and dinning .breakfast is excellent. Cereal.hot breakfast tea coffee.friut juices and lots of options. Such a wonderful stay xxx
I loved the park as it was as I'm not fussed on the bigger rides and went as a family as they love it, but most of the bigger rides was closed. The manager of the hotel, was rude and not at all friendly but the staff was helpful and informative.
An excellent hotel suitable for families and those without children. Food in the restuarants (breakfast / dinner) was excellent with great choice and very tasty - we ate in both - breakfast in the Aztec was exceptional. Swimming pool was lovely although need to book in advance to avoid disappointment. Enough towels in the hotel rooms to take some down to the pool with you rather than paying for more. Fantastic location for parking pre stay and entrance to the parks with the ability to pop out for a rest and to check in to the hotel and go back to the park later. 5 people in our party with ages from 3 to 55 and everyone enjoyed the stay.
What I liked the most was how clean the hotel was and you could see staff cleaning all the time! Second the animal park was walking distance and bus service was very good if you Needed to go into town or Kingston. Staff were very helpful with most things. Restaurant mix up as Temple was closed for dinner and we wasn’t told so we had to walk round in circles trying to find someone to help us! Then to find out track and trace orders on your phone only and we were rushed to order food and not much choice very expensive so second night I went out to find a curry restaurant which was lovely. Catering staff rude and some don’t speak English very well and I had to repeat myself several times plus music too load and irritating. No room service or any where to buy bottle water plus rooms should have a instruction card to explain how the air conditioning works and how to call reception for help... But I would 100% stay again and would highly recommend it to my friends and family., only a few minor hiccups which can be improved ., reception very helpful too 😊
Evening entertainment kept kids entertained Hour early into chessington world of adventures was very good. Apart from that disappointing, reception check in hardly engaged with us, gave us no information Restaurant was chaotic, again no engagement with staff, food wasn’t great View from themed room overlooked huts, I’d paid extra for that, room was small too. Seems if you book with Booking.com you get the worst rooms
Chessington world of adventure,. Great place for all ages but especially children, any fans of the Julia Donaldson books need to go here, the gruffalo river ride and room on the broom very good, as well as the gruffalo entertainment and meet and greets. The new land of the tiger exhibit is amazing, speaking to there main tiger keeper, she told us all about how the design of the enclosure gives the tigers so much room, as well as loads of areas to take them self off to to relax away from the public, very impressive indeed. We ate at the bbq smokehouse, for a theme park food was very reasonably price and refill drinks included in the meal deal. Plenty of toilets around the park all very clean.
There was everything we needed for a short stay and the host left a few additional extras like milk, bread and eggs which was lovely. The location was great, we walked to Chessington world of adventures from there. We really enjoyed our stay here.
Lovely themed room plenty of space good food would stay here again