Modern hotel conveniently positioned for international air travel
Cobham Lodge is located on the outskirts of the small Surrey town of Cobham, just five minutes inside the London-encompassing M25 motorway. As such its extremely convenient for those looking to travel in and out of the capital city.
Consisting of 39 guestrooms, all of which are elegantly decorated, the 3-star establishment includes en-suite facilities, a television with 55 channels, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, a trouser press, and hairdryer. Extra towels, an iron and ironing board, and additional towels are all available from the 24 hour front desk at no additional charge.
An adjoining restaurant, the NY Bar and Grill, offers guests a dining location for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Its bar provides a suitable venue for those wishing to relax during the day, but at night time various theme-nights can mean that it gets very lively.
Those staying at the hotel are entitled to free car parking and will benefit from the closeness to the M25 motorway, a route which completely circles London making any particular region or district easy to access. This beneficial proximity also means a trip to either Gatwick or Heathrow international airports is as simple as can be. Heathrow is a 20 minute drive whilst Gatwick takes 30 minutes. This makes the Cobham Lodge an ideal stopping point for those looking for a rest place before or after flying.
The local railway station, Cobham & Stoke d'Abernon, serves London Waterloo station to the north and Guilford to the south. A trip into London takes just 40 minutes making the scenic countryside town of Cobham an ideal location for those looking to commute into the city for business.
As a part of Londons vast commuter belt, Cobham is not so much about what is in the town but what and where you can get to from the town. Its a quiet town that visitors can enjoy a stroll around, as they can some of the green belt areas around it. A number of restaurants and pubs welcome those looking to wine and dine. But if youre looking for excitement and entertainment youll need to venture out of town.
Nearby Guilford and Kingston both house nightclubs, cinemas, music venues, and an assortment of pubs, but its London that has the most appeal. At only 40 minutes away, visitors to the hotel can venture out into London for a day out, an evening meal, or even a night on the tiles.
Waterloo Station connects travellers with just about any monument, attraction, theatre, or restaurant in the city. In the vicinity of the South Bank of the River Thames, you only need to walk a short distance from the station to find interesting sights and sounds. The London Eye, Millennium Bridge, Southbank Arts Centre, and Tate Modern gallery can all be found close to Waterloo Station, whilst the North Bank offers visitors a peak at the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
Regardless of what you do in the city a return to the Cobham Lodge is sure to be a welcome reprieve from the business of the capital.