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Bridge Hotel
Bridge Road

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The Bridge Lodge was custom built and opened to the public in 1996. Situated over three floors, with a lift available to all, we offer non-smoking rooms, family rooms and have rooms specially adapted for use by our less able guests, on the ground floor. Many rooms have spectacular views over our own tributary of the Thames, as well as the main river and the far reaching meads beyond the historic Chertsey Bridge.All rooms have en-suite facilities, a double bed, direct dial phones, satalite TV, and tea and coffee making facilities. Non smoking rooms and family rooms are available on request. Ample free parking is provided for all guests. The Boat House Bar/Restaurant, that adjoins the Bridge Lodge, is a stylish restaurant and bar, with a landscaped garden and terrace bordering onto the River Thames, offering food and drink all day. Breakfast is also served here. The Bridge Lodge Hotel is conveniently located, being adjacent to Chertsey Bridge on the Surrey bank of The Thames and just one mile from junction 11 of the M25. Approximatly ten miles west of Central London and six miles from Heathrow Airport, local attractions include Thorpe Park, which is less than two miles away, Legoland, Chessington World of Adventures, Windsor, Hampton Court and Twickenham RFU.Guest registration/check in is only available until 11pm

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