B and Bs in Chertsey

The Orchard Barn Luxury Guest House Hotel
between 18-20 Staines Lane

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The Orchard Barn is a luxury guest house for business users, with single occupancy rooms, offering a full bed and breakfast service, in the historic town of Chertsey in Surrey. We offer a choice of luxury single and double bedrooms, including a large executive penthouse suite. All rooms have either en-suite or private bathrooms.In addition to our accommodation we have a conference/meeting room with Wi-Fi.The guest house is tucked away, with a feeling of being off the beaten track, in very pleasant garden surroundings - between No 18-20 Staines lane. We are only 2 minutes walk from the busy life of Chertsey town centre. Perfect..! There is plenty to do in the town with bars, pubs and restaurants (The Olde Swan Hotel is highly recommended). Plus a variety of take-away food outlets. You can visit the local museum, art gallery, or shops in the town, Chertsey has a health club where you can take a swim or workout in the gym. The club also offers a range of beauty and massage treatments to help you relax. There are some great places to walk down by the river Thames and around the surrounding hills and commons.The Orchard Barn exit M25 / Junction 11 Chertsey or exit M25 Junction 12/13 Staines/ Egham. We are ideally located for easy access to the motorway network M25, M23, M4, M3.The Orchard Barn is within easy distance of Heathrow airport and the surrounding towns of Weybridge, Woking and Staines.We look forward to hearing from you...!

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