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Welcome to Best Western Reigate Manor Hotel

Address: Reigate Hill, Reigate, RH2 9PF

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With free Wi-Fi and free parking, Best Western Reigate Manor Hotel is a convenient base just 0.5 miles from junction 8 of the M25 and 8 miles from Gatwick Airport. Each bedroom has satellite TV, a desk and an en suite bathroom. The restaurant at Reigate Manor serves an à la carte menu from Monday to Thursday, and hosts a carvery every Sunday lunchtime. Dinner dances are often held at weekends. Reigate Train Station is a 10-minute walk from Best Western Reigate Manor Hotel. For walkers, the North Downs Way footpath is about 500 metres away.

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East Surrey College - University

East Surrey College - University

Distance 1.7 miles (2.72 km)
If you're looking for a route into university or preparing yourself for the world of work, ESC has hundreds of courses to help you become whatever you want, just have a look around the site.

There's something for everyone at ESC and a great mix of people, from aspiring artists to eventual engineers, and blossoming beauticians to future filmmakers.

Whatever you want to do, we'll help you get there, with a range of courses starting at levels to suit you.

Chipstead Golf Club - Coulsden - Golf

Chipstead Golf Club - Coulsden - Golf

Distance 4.39 miles (7.02 km)
In its picturesque North Downs setting with views across the Surrey countryside. Chipstead Golf Clubs 18 hole, Par 68 5504 yard course provides an enjoyable challenge for golfers of all abilities. Established since 1906 the course has a maturity and history behind it that places it firmly in a league of its own. The new clubhouse complex offers function rooms, dining area, restaurant, bar and a well stocked professionals shop. However, its not only the quality of the facilities that brings golfers back to tackle the treelined fairways. At Chipstead Golf Club, everyone receives a warm welcome and our staff pride themselves on being able to provide a friendly, highly professional service. The Club is conveniently situated close to the M25 (Junctions 7 and 8) and M23 (J7) which makes it easily accessible from London and the South East.

Betchworth Park Golf Course - Dorking - Golf

Betchworth Park Golf Course - Dorking - Golf

Distance 4.47 miles (7.15 km)
Surreys hidden treasure, Betchworth Park Golf Club nestles under the North Downs overlooked by the legendary Box Hill beauty spot. Founded in 1911 and laid out by the distinguished golf course architect Harry S Colt, this parkland course offers 18 holes of delightful but challenging golf to its members and visitors alike. Betchworth Park Golf Club is situated on the A25 between Dorking and Reigate and just 3/4 mile from the A25/A24 interchange. About 10 minutes from either junctions 8 or 9 on the M25, access is quick and easy, making it ideal for corporate and society days. The park has provided pleasure since 1449 and still affords delight to those fortunate to be able to walk its fairways and enjoy its downland and Wealden views, even when the standard of their golf may not match the setting. This quote from A History of the Club 1911- 1991 by Michael Hogan, sums up Betchworth Park Golf Club.

Box Hill - The Old Fort - Tadworth - Landmark

Box Hill - The Old Fort - Tadworth - Landmark

Distance 4.72 miles (7.56 km)
Box Hill is an outstanding area of woodland and chalk downland, long famous as a destination for day-trippers from London, but surprisingly extensive and with much to offer the rambler and naturalist. There are many beautiful walks and spectacular views towards the South Downs. On the summit there is an information centre, shop with plant sales, servery and a fort dating from the 1890s, (which is partly open to the public).