Surrey hotel that retains the atmosphere of an old coaching inn
The Crown Hotel Chertsey offers guests and locals a place to relax, dine, drink, and stay in an atmosphere that is calm and traditional. Friendly and professional service makes this an ideal destination for those in the area for leisure or business.
The 49 guestrooms on offer, some of which are suites and other accessible rooms for people with mobility issues, all feature an en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries, hairdryer, and fresh towels. Rooms also include a work desk as well as comfortable armchairs to sit back and relax. Television, telephone, iron and ironing board, and tea and coffee making facilities can also be utilised, as can internet access.
As well as serving as a hotel, the Crown also serves as a traditional pub and restaurant. Locals and guests alike can enjoy a quiet drink and a quiet night in the pub which serves a wide range of drinks including a number of Real Ales and extensive wine list. During the winter, a roaring open fire adds a cosiness that makes it a little harder to depart.
The hotels menu features a wide range of traditional foods, many of which are sourced from local farmers and suppliers. Whether youre looking for a hearty burger or a luxurious Sunday roast, the Crown has the menu to serve you.
The Crown Hotel Chertsey also accommodates those visiting with business in mind. The Windsor Suite can cater for up to 100 delegates, and includes a number of meeting essentials. As well as working, the hotel also offers businesspeople the option of dining. The suite can be booked for an entire day or just the evening.
The Surrey based hotel also offers a suitable venue for those wishing to celebrate. Be it wedding, christening, or a birthday, the Crown provides parties with a fine setting and excellent food. During weddings, the bride and groom are treated to a complimentary honeymoon suite, whilst guests are offered rooms at a discounted rate.
As one of the oldest towns in the UK, Chertsey makes for an enjoyable backdrop. Dont expect large shopping centres and the hustle and bustle of crowds; this is a quietly small town that offers enough charm and character to make for a nice weekend away.
Those visiting on business, or those itching to get out and about, can jump in the car or hop on the train and head off to a number of busier destination. Thorpe Park theme park is within comfortable distance as is the historic climes of Windsor. Weybridge and Staines are both close by, and the city centre of London is approximately an hour away by train. As such, Chertsey is located within the London commuter belt.
The town and Crown Hotel Chertsey itself provide a charming location for anybody planning on visiting the Summer Olympic Games to be held in London during 2012. Good road and rail links enable visitors and sports fans to access the East London sites whilst offering a quiet and unassuming nightly rest place.