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Nutfield Priory is set in beautiful Surrey countryside and ideally located only 8 miles from Gatwick Airport, and only 20 miles from London. Free Wi-Fi is available in all guest rooms and public... The renovations to this gorgeous Gothic -style mansion are beautifully done, it was very cosy and comfortable and the staff were incredibly helpful and welcoming. We had a blast in the aqua aerobics even though it wasn’t the blast class, which was also really fun - great and patient instructors. Also we could use the squash court whenever we wanted and the food in the restaurant was delicious and memorable. The management must really know what they are doing because everything was considered down to the last detail.
Located in Redhill, Watercolor House features accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. The property has garden views and is 25 mi from Guildford. It's a nice modern house on a new estate. There are 4 spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms and a guest toilet. The kitchen is very well equipped and there is plenty of room for 8 people to eat. The location is ideal for visiting London (2.4 km to the train station and then approx. 40 minutes directly into London Victoria).
With city views, Self-contained town center apartment Queensgate nr Marketfield by Helmswood Serviced Apartments is located in Redhill and has free WiFi. The house was very clean! They had milk, bread, cereal, and few other items purchased and laid out waiting for us. Very well done!
Nestled close to Reigate, in the Surrey countryside, yet only 2 minutes’ drive from J8 of the M25 and 15 minutes from Gatwick Airport. The meals were excellent. I had most items on the menu. As good as any restaurant I have been. The breakfast was really good. The Maitre de always. They made me what I wanted so there was a willingness to meet my needs. The staff are friendly and helpful at all times as were the cleaning staff. I really enjoyed my stay.
With free Wi-Fi and free parking, Reigate Manor Hotel is a convenient base just 0.5 miles from junction 8 of the M25 and 8 miles from Gatwick Airport. Location is the best bit. Very near to Garage, yet pure nature at its best, the trees are fantastic!
Outside building very lovely but complete disapointment once checked in . No spa facilities available . I had booked a day and night there for my daughter to have a rest . small room no bath just bad shower. The whole place needs updating . So bad we did not spend the night and left early evening and drove home back to brighton . You cannot possibly call this place a 4 stars!
Quaint old inn,with uneven floors and nice original beams. Good food and served promptly and piping hot. Double room no.5 was small but adequate, likewise the bathroom , but spotlessly clean, and not a sign of any cobwebs.
Breakfast was cold and very poor for this type of hotel! We had stayed at the Novotel for ascot races the night before in reading city center and the breakfast was far superior at half the cost! The room was also tired looking and the bathroom was not upto standard for a 4 star hotel!
Lovely apartment, very close to the train station which was perfect for us as we were heading to Twickenham for the rugby. Apartment had everything you could need, towels, tea, coffee, TV, wifi & a very handy guide for things to do in the area as well as details for local places to eat & drink etc.
Redhill is really just a stop on the commuter-train line to London & Brighton. The town lacks character or atmosphere. There are one or two highlights though: The Plough at nearby St Johns is a very friendly traditional English village pub which serves food, welcomes dogs and had a huge beer-garden. The Red Lion in nearby Godstone is also a very characterful English Pub with a large food menu, great pies and live music weekly. Also must recommend Ruchita next to nearby Earlswood Station; one of the best, greatest value Indian eateries in the area and is busy from opening (7pm) to closing (1030pm) pretty much every night... Situated next to The Chestnut Pub (with a pool table and live music every 2 weeks) it absolutely doesn't have to wait for 'chucking out' to make it's money... Otherwise - truly, visit Reigate for a wide variety of cool restuarants and pubs.
Everything is in the centre. Its all been pedestrianised. It used to be a victorian market town but its pretty ordinary now. The architecture is there if you look but a heavy development has overwhelmed it.