The Cedar House Restaurant & Hotel

Address: Mill Road, Cobham, Surrey, England, KT11 3AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mill Road, Cobham, is near Chessington World of Adventures, Brooklands Museum, Wisley Garden, and The Charles Dickens Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Cobham

And it is still a surprise...

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Oct 09, 2014

This is the night before my special birthday mystery trip!

Since we are taking the cheapest flights from Stansted first thing in the morning, Cat and Greer elected to stay at my house to enable maximum sleeping time.

So four of the party have arrived!

Just a matter of time... I am excited but nervous... wondering if all my hard work will actually pay off and hoping they will enjoy my ...

Another Day, Another Airport

A travel blog entry by dean2650 on Aug 19, 2014

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... lunches or pack our own, we ended up at all-you-can-eat Pizza Hut. When you're rushing around the city with 2 tired and hungry (and picky eaters) kids it's sometimes easier to give in and go the fast food option.

After lunch we went to Science Museum. It was a massive trek through the underground to get there but we'll worth it (and it was free!!). The kids loved looking at the rockets, planes, cars, ...

Day 10

A travel blog entry by bigstorycorey on Jun 28, 2014

Today we went sight seeing around, we were split up into 2 groups. Firstly it was our job to find out places we were interested in going to. Our group went to all the major tourist attractions in london; Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Big Ben, Westminster, Hyde Park, Harrods, Buckingham Palace and St.Pauls. We didn't go into any of ...

Day 4: Calves of steel

A travel blog entry by flahivemo on May 09, 2014

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... of going to the top of the drawbridge tower and walking across for 9 pounds, eh why not. The first perk of being a student was discovered here, just by flashing my student card I got admission to the bridge as well as Monument, another attraction, back by saint Paul's for only 7 pounds! HOORAY!
Walked another 15 back to where I started and climbed another like 300 stairs to the top of monument. The sun had come out again and the day was still young, and since days like this were few ...

Semester Break in London!

A travel blog entry by janined22 on Mar 06, 2014

... in London. Yes, there are plenty of eateries, but there seems to be a distinct lack of little cafes that sell just sandwiches, coffee, tea - simple stuff like that. Seems to be big chains like Eat and Pret a manger, Starbucks, Costa etc., with food that is very ordinary and nowhere to sit. Hobart does a way better job in terms of light lunches. Or else it's places that sell pasta, burgers or two course lunches - none of which ...