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Preston Cross Hotel
Rectory Lane
Little Bookham

Leatherhead
Surrey

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A fine country house hotel set in four acres of beautiful wooded grounds From the moment you arrive you are truly welcome at the Preston Cross Hotel Our aim is to make your stay as enjoyable as possible whether you are looking for a relaxing break away, on business in the area or attending a function, the Preston Cross Hotel is the ideal place to stay. You may wish to relax with a drink in our lounge bar before dinning in our elegant Adam Room restaurant, where there is always a wide choice of dishes with an English and continental theme. This fine Victorian country house was converted to a private hotel in the mid 1960s it is an ideal countryside base for visiting many local attractions.

The leisure facilities available at the Hotel include squash courts, all weather tennis courts, putting green and croquet lawn. It is situated just 24 miles from Central London and conveniently placed between Heathrow and Gatwick, close to junction 9 of the M25.

The Hotel also offers a large conference suite with its own entrance from a spacious car park which is suitable for a wide range of meetings, including car launches.

Additional Facilities
*Wireless Internet
*Civil Marriage/Partnership License

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Number of Rooms: 22

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast & VAT
Double: 110
Twin: 110
Single: 135
Four Poster: 130
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Parking - Free - 150 cars
Credit Cards Accepted
Licensed
Open All Year
Tennis Court
TV in Rooms
Conference/Business Facilities

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