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This 1930s boutique hotel and Young's gastropub is a treasure trove; the retro memorabilia collection, attractive plant-filled terrariums and leaf-patterned Secret Garden wallpaper are a nod to the building's Victorian origins. The cosy bedrooms are individually styled and there's a buzzy vibe in the restaurant and bar.

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The hotel sits is in a quiet road just a hop, skip and jump from Weybridge railway station, where trains reach Waterloo in 35 minutes. It's a five-minute drive to Weybridge town centre, where you will find a selection of shops, bars and restaurants and riverside pathways along the rivers Wey and Thames. Brooklands Motor Museum, the site of the world's first purpose-built race track, has Concorde and vintage vehicles on display, while Mercedes-Benz World offers thrilling driving experiences.

By car: just over 1 hour from London or Brighton and around 2 hours from Birmingham and Bristol. There is free parking on-site.

By train: Weybridge is on a direct line from London Waterloo, the journey takes 40 minutes. The hotel is a two-minute walk from Weybridge station. Book trains to Weybridge.

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Bespoke design complements a Victorian theme, from the montages of nature pictures in the bedrooms to the plant-filled terrariums and fascinating memorabilia in the bar - it's like staying in a country house. The atmosphere is casual and relaxed in the bar and restaurant - expect jeans and trainers rather than a shirt and tie.


Relaxed, informal and efficient, particularly in the restaurant where service is swift. Waiters chat happily about the provenance of the food and homemade deserts. There are few facilities apart from a decked garden and bar serving craft ales and a deliciously refreshing Summer Solstice cucumber and mint spritz.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Garden
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Stylishly-appointed rooms come in all shapes and sizes but all carry a nature theme, their attractive prints, cushions and wallpaper depicting flowers, butterflies or plants. All come with vintage radios, rotary-dial telephones, iPod docks and GHD straighteners - even speakers in the rain showers. Electric sockets and USB ports are to hand.

Room types: Twin Room, Double Room

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, TV, writing desk, salon quality hair dryer, Nespresso coffee machine, complimentary glass of vintage port, free Wi-Fi


This is tasty pub grub that is well presented, locally sourced and covers all bases from steak, burger, catch of the day and chicken, ham and leek pie to vegetarian options such as grilled aubergine and roasted cauliflower. Don't skip dessert; a gooey, decadent chocolate brownie and tangy lemon tart stole the show.

The restaurant: relaxed, hearty, healthy gastro pub food, seasonal ingredients. Open for breakfast lunch and dinner. Dinner mains from £13.

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