Loved staying at this hotel, the view from our rooms was so beautiful. It looked on to the lake, where there were ducks and swans. We even went and sat by the lake for a few drinks, which was lovely. I booked two rooms, and asked for them to be next door to each other, and some hotels do not deliver on this, so i wasn't expecting that, but Bridge Hotel had delivered and i was very impressed.
This family-friendly Chertsey hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Chertsey Abbey and Chertsey Museum. Thorpe Park is 2.1 mi (3.3 …More
Only booked a one night stay at thie hotel because it was convenient to location of school reunion. Staff were ultra helpful and courteous. Installations are old, but spotless and it was nice to stay in a place with character rather than an anonymous chain hotel.
Will definitely book again if I happen to be in the area.
Traveller from Barcelona, Spain
This family-friendly Virginia Water inn is within 1 mi (2 km) of Virginia Water and Wentworth Golf Club. Guards Polo Club and …More
We stayed here to visit Thorpe Park. It was very close and there was a little woodland path near path to take as a short cut to the park entrance. A taxi rode is around £7 but I think we were stung a little by the driver.
The room served a purpose. We had a twin room because that was the only thing available but that was fine for us. The beds were definitely the smallest of a single bed. There was an ensuite with a shower. The toilet made a noise when you used it which is pretty loud and if you rub the tap that noise comes back, but that's only if u use it. Midnight trips to the bathroom can disturb you.
Otherwise the room was ok. No breakfast. Value for money if you're wanting to go to the theme park.
Traveller from UK
Situated in Chertsey, this inn is within 1 mi (2 km) of Chertsey Museum and Thorpe Park. Chertsey Abbey and Elmbridge Museum …More
Full of residential towns, Runnymede’s history dates back thousands of years, yet one of the area’s biggest attractions is Thorpe Park, an amusement park with state-of-the-art roller coasters, which attracts visitors from all over the UK. The Chertsey Museum offers a glimpse of some of the archaeological and cultural artifacts from the area.