Egham, United Kingdom

Hotels in Egham

Egham Accommodations (3)
Savill Court Hotel & Spa Egham

Savill Court Hotel & Spa Egham

4.00 834 reviews

Bishopsgate, Egham, United Kingdom

the runnymede-on-thames Egham

the runnymede-on-thames Egham

4.50 956 reviews

Windsor Road, Egham, United Kingdom

Great Fosters Egham

Great Fosters Egham

4.50 602 reviews

Stroude Road, Egham, United Kingdom

Travel Blogs from Egham

Egham Travel Blogs (25)
They All Talk Like Philip!!, Little Paxton, United Kingdom travel blog

They All Talk Like Philip!!

A travel blog entry by jesshiggins

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Made it to England! The flight seemed to fly by, largely because I slept for 5 of the 7 hours. I had no problems at passport control, even though the very presence of an authority figure made me feel that I had done something wrong. I spit out nervous ...

Side trip!, Egham, United Kingdom travel blog

Side trip!

A travel blog entry by greatescape

To see a friend and save some money, we decide to take a little side trip from London to go see Jenn. She is a friend of Hillary's and lives about 40 minutes outside of the city. We spend the weekend there with her and got to see the Windsor Castle ...

At home with the Windsors, Egham, United Kingdom travel blog

At home with the Windsors

A travel blog entry by bdsaly


The final stop on this roadtrip. In one of the poshest of London's suburbs - Egham on the edge of Windsor Great Park and a few minutes from the castle. The hotel (the former home of somebody called Baron Schroeder) is in the middle of a very ...

First week, Egham, United Kingdom travel blog

First week

A travel blog entry by wem

Well i am one day short of working for  week at the hotel. So far so good. Met alot of people and worked in HSK, Switchboard, conference centre and tomorrow i am on the front desk :-) yey! The place has alot of staff that have been there for over ...

Attractions in Egham

Egham Attractions (1)



A308, Egham, Surrey, England, United Kingdom

The site where King John signed the Magna Carta, England's great icon of liberty and first expression of human rights, on June 15, 1215.