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Laburnum Lodge
242 Chertsey Lane
Staines
London

TW18 3NF | View map

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Laburnum Lodge is an established, friendly, family run B&B specialising in quality accommodation with that personal touch.When you stay at Laburnum lodge, you will see that our guest accommodation has been decorated and furnished to a very high standard to make you feel as comfortable as possible.Rooms - We have a choice of single, twin or double accommodation as well as a family room which can accommodate up to four people.All rooms include: * En-suite shower with clean towels and a hairdryer * TV and DVD player - we are happy to lend you DVD's from our collection........just ask. * Tea and coffee making facilities.Thorpe Park is well worth the visit if you've got kids and it is just a stone's throw away from Laburnum Lodge bed and breakfast - 2 minutes by car or a 10 min walk. Laburnum lodge is also an excellent base, we are well situated to enable you to take advantage of the many other local attractions such as:Windsor Great Park, Windsor Castle, The National Trust at Runnymede - Magna Carter and various English heritage sites, Hampton Court Palace, Richmond park, Kew Gardens and cruises and boat hire along the river Thames. Golf at Wentworth golf club, Laleham golf club, Sunningdale golf club, Ashford golf club, St George's hills golf club.Mercedes World and Brooklands Museum car and aircraft museum Weybridge, Surrey, now home to first Concorde ever built.

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