Guildford situated on the the A3 trunk road between London and Portsmouth. A full description of all these Guildford Hotels can be found on the hotel booking pages. This is a busy market town that boasts a solid range of museums and theatres and is the home of a 12th Century Norman Castle. Find a hotel or guest house in Guildford for Burpham Court Farm Park, Stone Park Music Festival, Clandon Park, Guildford Castle, Hatchlands Park, Loseley House, the Harrow Way and Guildford Museum.
Holiday Inn Guildford
Egerton Road Guildford Surrey GU2 7XZ
Visitors to Guildford come back year after year to the Holiday Inn, and given its rather envious location on a tree-lined drive just off the A3 its no wonder why. In fact business travellers continue to give the property a solid four-star rating.
The hotel, just a couple of miles west of Guildford Town Centre and under a mile from the towns 20th Century Cathedral, offers complimentary parking, and a conference centre including 15 air-conditioned meeting rooms.
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|Holiday Inn Guildford||1.4||Guildford||168||56.00|
|Hurtwood Inn Hotel||6.3||Guildford||17||65.00|
|Manor House Hotel||2.8||Guildford||50||49.00|
The Drummond Arms Hotel can be found on Situated in the village of Albury, and sits on the banks of the lazy flowing River Tillingbourne in the Surrey Hills. There are ten bedrooms, all featuring en-suite bathrooms, colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities and direct dial telephones. One of the guest rooms boasts a large Four Poster Bed, another has a Sauna and there is one with a small Sitting Room. Guildford town centre is only five miles away, as is the Cathedral, the University of Surrey. Checou the terrific shopping opportunities in and around the cobbled High Street. The Bar is frequented by locals and others, some attracted by the three Real Ales; one Shere Drop is produced in the next village in a new microbrewery. The A3 is just 10 minutes drive and the M25 just nine miles away.
From its gorgeous cobble-stone High Street to the iconic Guildhall clock and bell tower (dating back to the 16th Century) Guildford is steeped in rare, magical history. There really is something for everyone, whether you a family looking to explore its medieval castle, or enjoys fab days out at Clandon Park or a couple looking for fun. Bridge Street is the popular choice for bars and nightclubs whilst the Friary Centre, White Lion Walk and Tunsgate Square offer some terrific shopping opportunities. Call the Guildford Tourist Information Centre on +44 (0) 1483 444333.If no rooms are available on the dates you wish to travel, other Guildford hotels and cheap b&b lodgings will be offered.