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Godalming

The Inn On The Lake
Ockford RoadGodalmingSurreyGU7 1RH
Tel: 0845 11 26 102

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This lakeside lodge is just five miles south of Guildford, and so makes for a characterful yet convenient base for short breaks in Surrey.

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Facilities

  • Family Room
  • Iron and Board
  • Onsite Parking
  • Flat Screen TV and Freeview
  • Free WiFi
  • Hot Breakfast

Contact us: 08451 551 551

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By Road

  • From the M25, exit at Junction 10 and head towards Guildford on the A3
  • Branch left at Milford Junction and at the roundabout take the A283
  • Shortly afterwards turn left towards Godalming on the A3100 and continue into Ockford Road
  • You'll find the lodge at The Inn on the Lake pub, on the right just after the railway bridge

By Rail

  • Godalming Station offers a 15-minute connection to Guilford and a 50-minute connection to London Waterloo
  • Heathrow Airport is just off Junction 14 or 15 of the M25

Godalming Station: 0.5 miles

Heathrow Airport: 32.3 miles

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This lakeside lodge is just five miles south of Guildford, and so makes for a characterful yet convenient base for short breaks in Surrey.

Surrounded by picturesque gardens, the hotel was built in the 1930s to make the most of views across the lake. And it certainly fulfils its purpose, providing the perfect retreat in which to unwind and enjoy some of the finest countryside in Southern England.

Food lovers are in for a treat, as the lodge is home to a stylish pub serving a menu of classic and contemporary dishes, including wood-fired pizzas, steaks and daily fish specials.

Goldalming is something of a Surrey jewel, with its cottages nestled against a backdrop of beautiful wooded hills by the River Wey. A few miles up the road is Guildford, where you can explore the cathedral and its 20 acres of parkland, or stroll around the gardens of the old castle. The National Trust's Clandon Park mansion and 18th century Hatchlands Park are well worth a visit too.