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Angel Posting House & Livery
91 High Street
Guildford
Surrey

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Enjoying a central location in the town centre, close to many cultural and historical attractions, the Angel Posting House & Livery Hotel in Guildford, Surrey is the perfect choice if you are looking for a distinguished hotel with a colourful past. It offers attractive luxury Guildford hotel accommodation and boasts such eminent past guests as Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Lord Byron and Lord Nelson, making it an understandably popular choice amongst discerning travellers who appreciate the finer things in life. Hampton Court and Windsor Castle are both within easy reach, whilst the surrounding countryside offers a treasure trove of scenic attractions. Experienced and friendly staff will be happy to furnish you with nuggets of information regarding the history of these quaint quintessential English lodgings. Interiors are resplendent with original features and the Angel Hotel makes the perfect wedding venue or romantic weekend break in Guildford. Equally, professional visitors will find elegant meeting facilities to enhance any VIP occasion. At the end of your busy day working, shopping or sightseeing, return to the cosy warmth of the Jacobean fireplace, before a drink in the Library Bar.

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