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Ditton Lodge
47 Lovelace Road
Surbiton
Surrey

KT6 6NZ | View map

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Ditton Lodge is an elegant family run Edwardian bed and breakfast hotel with lots of character and original features. It has been recently extended and renovated providing luxurious rooms and the latest wi-fi technology. It is ideally located in a quiet tree-lined conservation area close to all amenities and only 18 minutes by train from Surbiton to Central London, or 8 minutes by underground from Wimbledon station, making all the top attractions in London very easy to reach. Kingston-upon-Thames is also only a couple of miles away and is an excellent centre for shopping, eating out and entertainment, set within this historic market town on the river Thames.

All our rooms are en-suite and have been designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. They reflect the style of the period yet provide you with all your home comforts such as TV and tea and coffee making facilities. For the business traveller all rooms have access to wi-fi technology for instant internet access.

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