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Innkeepers Lodge

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Innkeeper's Lodge weybridge is an ideal base for visiting thorpe park, chessington world of adventure, brooklands museum, elmbridge museum, horton park childrens farm, epsom racecourse and wisely gardens. each of our 19 rooms has a refreshing shower, a desk to work at, wifi in every room, telephone and modem services, tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen freeview digital tv and most importantly a comfortable bed. breakfast is complimentary and is served next door in the oatlands chaser village pub. guests can help themselves to a chioce of cereals, croissants, bagels, fresh fruit, yoghurts, juices, toast, preserves, fresh coffee & tea.the oatlands chaser village pub is a restaurant in surrey, specialising in offering freshly cooked food all day, every day, including sundays when we also put a great traditional roast on our specials. all these tasty morsels can be complimented with an excellent selection of fine wines or one of our local brews or guest real ales

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