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Wheatsheaf Hotel
London Road
Virginia Water
Surrey

GU25 4QF | View map

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All 17 bedrooms have free Wifi internet access, air conditioning, flat screen TV's with Freeview & Sky, tea & coffee making facilities, hairdryer, telephone and iron & ironing board. Ample on site free parking and close to the M25 and M4.Dating back to the second half of the 18th century. The Wheatsheaf is set on the edge of Great Windsor Park, just a stones throw from Virginia Water Lake.

Today the Wheatsheaf ia a traditional & charming Hotel with competitively priced hotel accommodation.It is the ideal place to come and relax for both buisness & pleasure, whether it be a weekend break, a business stopover, conference or private function.Local attractions include Wentworth & Sunningdale golf courses, racing at Ascot, Savil Gardens, Thorpe Park & Guards Polo Club. The Wheatsheaf is also ideally situated for visiting Windsor and its attractions.The Wheatsheaf is conveniently close to Heathrow Airport, approx 20mins from both West London by road and London Waterloo by rail.

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