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Tel code: 01276 | code search
Postcode: GU24 | code search
Population: 5000
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Chobham is a medium-size village, with a population of about 5000, located in the N.W. corner of Surrey in south-east England. Surrounded by heathland, the village has always been an isolated community. When the railways were developed in the last century, the main lines went north and south of the village, passing through the nearby then smaller villages of Sunningdale and Woking. Thus Chobham has remained largely undeveloped whilst Woking has grown into the large town it is today. The history of Chobham stretches back to before Domesday, being first recorded in the 7th century, during Saxon times. It has been a relatively prosperous village, especially for its yeoman farmers. During the period of great redevelopment which swept S.E. England in the 16th century, many fine farmhouses were built in Chobham, a large number of which survive today. Consequently, a wealth of beautiful old houses and cottages may be seen whichever road or lane is explored. Two small rivers flow through the village - the Mill Bourne and the Bourne - towards their confluence about a mile to the east and are flanked by pleasant wide water meadows. Innumerable footpaths, bridleways and curiously named lanes meander through the surrounding countryside. The nearby Chobham and Horsell Commons provide 'air and exercise' for both Chobhammers and visitors alike. The wide open heaths have been particularly favoured by horse riders and Chobham has become a well known equestrian centre.

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Swallow Barn (1.24 miles)

Swallow Barn
Situated in quiet and secluded surroundings on the edge of Chobham Village. Attractively converted Out Buildings. Swimming pool. 2 miles Woking mainline station. Waterloo 25 minutes. 25 minutes Heathrow. ... More | visit website
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Foxhills Club & Resort (2.67 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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Innkeepers Lodge (2.96 miles)

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Premier Inn Woking West (2.96 miles)

An ideal location on Basingstoke Canal with a great beer garden. For shops and local amenities Woking town centre is only 1 mile away. Thorpe Park is just a 20 minute drive away. Our Woking Premier ... More | visit website
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Metro Hotel (3.18 miles)

Metro Hotel

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The Metro Hotel is a popular budget hotel with 26 comfortably furnished en-suite rooms in the centre of Woking.Situated in the heart of the town within easy reach of the ... More

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Wentworth Club (3.19 miles)

Wentworth Club

As you walk through the historic Clubhouse and into your room, all of which are decorated in a luxury contemporary style, you will see legendary icons from the golfing world of Wentworth framed on the ... More | visit website

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Inn on The Broadway B&B (3.27 miles)

Inn on The Broadway B&B

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The Inn on The Broadway Bed & Breakfast in Woking is situated right in the heart of the business and shopping district. This is an ideal location for the executive ... More

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Maybury Lodge Hotel (3.32 miles)

Maybury Lodge Hotel

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The Maybury Lodge Hotel enjoys an excellent location in Woking. It is close to the town centre and the local station is within walking distance. Only 2 minutes from the ... More

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Centrium (3.33 miles)

Centrium
Centrium is a complex of modern, high quality apartments, located in the centre of Woking, since 2005. Its central location means Woking's shopping, theatres and restaurants are on our doorstep. Centrium is less than a ... More
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Star Inn (3.35 miles)

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Welcome to the Star Inn; a stylish pub just on the outskirts of Woking. Our recently refurbished interior provides you with several environments in which to relax, sit back on ... More

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