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Seething Wells Hall, Surbiton, Surrey

Seething Wells Hall
Portsmouth Road
Surbiton
Surrey

KT6 5PJ | View map
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Situated in a gated cul-de-sac, Seething Wells Hall of Residence on the Portsmouth Road in Surbiton has 24 hour security and provides up to 100 ensuite bedrooms arranged in flats of four or five with a communal kitchen.

There is a large recreational field, picnic benches and ample parking spaces. Seething Wells is a 10 minute walk from Surbiton train station and a 20 minute walk from Kingston town centre and train station.

All halls are self-catering and non-smoking.

Kingston-upon-Thames is only 20 minutes from central London by frequent rail service. Nearby are three Royal Parks and numerous historic houses and gardens. Hampton Court Palace; once occupied by Henry VIII, 17th century Ham House and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew are all accessible from this historic market town.

Chessington World of Adventures, Thorpe Park and Legoland are also close-by for a fun day out with the children.

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