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BEST WESTERN Reigate Manor Hotel

Reigate Hill, Reigate, Surrey, RH2 9PF

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3 stars Hotels that are inspected by the AA for their level of service and facilities are reflected in the number of stars awarded.

Hotel Amenities


  • Free Internet
  • Free parking onsite (130 spaces)
  • Parking On Site
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • WIFI
  • No Lift
  • 24hr service
  • Hotel And Bedrooms All Completely Non Smoking

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08445 76 76 76
*local rate

Attractions
near the BEST WESTERN Reigate Manor Hotel, Reigate


Dorking and District Museum

The Dorking Museum lies in the historic centre of the town, housing an eclectic bunch of displays for the local historian and others.

Available : Wed, Thu, and Sat only

Polesden Lacey Shakespeare

Great Bookham's Polesden Lacey annually hosts the Polesden Lacey Shakspeare, an open air performance of a Shakespearian classic. This year it is the turn of As You Like It. Performances are preceded by Elizabethan fun and games.

Available : Jul 2013; Weekends only (annual)

British and World Marbles Championship

Every year the Greyhound pub in Tinsley Green takes a popular playground game to its most competitive level. The British and World Marbles Championship attracts 100 competitors in around 20 teams, with team and individual titles up for grabs.

Available : Apr 2013 (annual)

Chessington World of Adventures

The Chessington World of Adventures theme park is just a short drive or train journey from London and a great day out for adrenalin-starved kids and their excited parents. Apart from countless rides, there's a zoo and Sea Life Centre.

Available : Mar - Sep 2013 (annual)

Halloween Hocus Pocus

Halloween Hocus Pocus takes over Chessington World of Adventures during October, with witches, wizards and goblins all on the loose. You could try to escape them by jumping on the park's roller coasters, although that's not for the fainthearted either...

Available : Oct 2013 (annual)

Tennis London International Championships

If you thought the Wimbledon tournament was where it's at for strawberries and cream, handsome lads and scantily clad gals, think again. Tennis London International organises this annual gay and lesbian tennis tournament at Sutton Tennis Academy.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

International Playwriting Festival

New plays are brought to life at the Warehouse Theatre's annual International Playwriting Festival (IPF). Showcasing works from around the world, the event has become widely regarded as one of the best opportunities for ambitious new playwrights to gain exposure.

Available : Mar 2013 (annual)

The Derby

Situated on the beautiful Epsom Downs and run for more than two centuries, The Derby is the jewel in English racing's crown. Thousands flock to Epsom Downs Racecourse to watch the race. The winning rider nets one of racing's most generous prize funds.

Available : Jun 2013 (annual)

The Stitch & Creative Crafts Show - South East

The Sandown Park Exhibition Centre hosts the Stitch & Creative Crafts Show - South East. For those with a flair for creativity this is the perfect occasion to discover everything affiliated with the world of knitting, needlecraft and creative designs.

Available : Jan 2014 (annual)

Garson Farm Pick-Your-Own

Garson Farm still merits the National Pick-Your-Own (PYO) award it received in 1997. Its 180 acres of PYO are accredited by the Les Routiers/NRA scheme and it's the largest PYO in England. The farm is just 15 miles from London and close to Esher, so pop down for an unbeatable selection of fruit, vegetables and farm shop goodies.

Available : Daily

Open House Air Fair

In 2011 the Biggin Hill International Air Fair becomes the Open House Air Fair, moving from June to September. The biggest privately run air show in Europe, it continues to display the best in 21st-century aviation.

Available : Sep 2013 (annual)

Kingston Carnival

The streets of Kingston come to life with the impressively noisy and colourful Kingston Carnival. There's plenty of live entertainment all day, including Bollywood dancing, African jazz and Caribbean steel drums fresh from Kingston Carnival's grand-daddy, the Notting Hill Carnival.

Available : Sep 2013 (annual)

Bethlem Royal Hospital Archives and Museum

The Bethlem Royal Hospital Archives and Museum showcases the amazing creativity of those who have suffered mental illness over the years - and gives us an unwelcome glimpse of the Victorian ways of treating it.

Available : Weekdays only

Kingston Museum

Kingston Museum was built in 1904 with contributions from Andrew Carnegie, the Scottish American benefactor. There are permanent galleries telling the stories of Kingston and the photographer Eadweard Muybridge as well as a gallery hosting temporary exhibitions representing arts, crafts, photography and local history.

Available : Daily; not Wed or Sun

Wimbledon International Music Festival

Masterminded by Anthony Wilkinson, Wimbledon Music Festival brings top international artists to south-west London around St Cecilia's Day (22nd). First held in 2009, it fills St John the Baptist Church, Wimbledon Synagogue and other venues and churches with great music.

Available : Nov 2013 (annual)

Hampton Court Palace

Revisit Tudor times by tracing 500 years of royal history at Hampton Court Palace. Set in 60 acres of manicured gardens, it features opulent public rooms, Henry VIII's State Apartments, original Tudor kitchens and a priceless collection of Italian Renaissance art.

Available : Daily

Hampton Court Palace Festival

Henry VIII's favourite house is the venue for a series of spectacular concerts in early summer. There are performances in the grounds to whet every music fan's appetite during the Hampton Court Palace Festival.

Available : Jun 2013 (annual)

Ghost Tours at Hampton Court Palace

Stories of the strange goings-on throughout the centuries at Hampton Court Palace will raise the hairs on the back of your neck. Discover the palace's spooky secrets on this 90-minute ghost tour, held on Fridays and Sundays until spring.

Available : Oct 2012 - Mar 2013; Fri and Sun only (annual)

Hampton Court Funfair

For over 150 years, London's residents have flocked to Hampton Court's funfair at the former royal residence south of the river. Alongside traditional attractions like the Victorian games stalls and a historic carousel there are also dodgems, waltzers and orbitors.

Available : Apr 2013 (annual)

Down House

Step into Charles Darwin's slippers and explore Down House, in which he wrote and researched his revolutionary On The Origin of Species series. Watch bees building their honeycomb or pace his Sandwalk path and come up with your own theories.

Available : Feb - Dec 2013 (annual)

Wimbledon Championships

Widely considered the world's greatest tennis tournament, top-seed players, traditional strawberries and cream and the infamous rain delays set Wimbledon apart from other Grand Slams. Some of the greatest matches of all time have been fought out here on Centre Court.

Available : Jun - Jul 2013 (annual)

Diamond League Athletics - Grand Prix

The world's best athletes compete at the Aviva London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, part of the annual Diamond League Athletics series. Held over two days, the meeting features more different disciplines than any other Diamond League event.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

Wimbledon Park Farmers' Market

Wimbledon's Lawn Tennis Club is not the only reason to drop by this leafy suburb in southwest London. If you call by Wimbledon Park First School on a Saturday, site of Wimbledon Farmers' Market, you'll discover a variety of trestles given over to hoards of prime English produce.

Available : Sat only

Brooklands Museum

The Brooklands Museum tells the story of the development of British motorsport and aviation at its site from 1907. There are plenty of vehicles to marvel at.

Available : Daily

Chez Bruce

Classic and regional French cooking of exceptional quality earnt Chez Bruce in Wandsworth its Michelin star. Dishes such as stuffed quail with salad paysanne are followed by the recommended cheese board. The fixed-price menus are more than reasonable, and the smart yet simple interior is unpretentious.

Available : Daily

Cranleigh Bonfire and Firework Display

Thousands of people carry flaming torches in an evening procession to the Cranleigh bonfire site in Surrey, where the Cranleigh Lions organise the fireworks that fill the night sky.

Available : Nov 2013 (annual)

Ardingly Antiques and Collectors Fair

Eagle-eyed collectors and antiques enthusiasts hunt for gems at the Ardingly Antiques and Collectors Fair, held at the South of England Showground. Hundreds of stalls sell everything from 19th-century silverware to textiles, ceramics and paintings.

Available : Mar 2013 (various dates)

Dulwich Picture Gallery

Described as "the most beautiful, small gallery in the world", with the building as fine as its contents, the Dulwich Picture Gallery was recently renovated and improved to make it even more of a must-see. Designed by Sir John Soane (1753-1837), building was the first purpose-built public art gallery in Britain.

Available : Daily

Horniman Museum

The Horniman Museum in South London has a host of exhibits exploring the cultures and environment of the world we live in. In the words of Sir David Attenborough, "This is one of the few museums in London that you can truly call a universal museum".

Available : Daily

New Horniman Aquarium

An aquatic voyage awaits you at the Horniman Museum this summer. The latest installation takes you through a number of aquatic ecosystems, from the exotic tropical coral reefs of Fiji to everyday British pond life. Expect to make acquaintance with creatures from around the world including jellyfish, British seahorses and tropical monkey frogs.

Available : Daily

Twickenham Museum

The Twickenham Museum is the history centre for Twickenham, Whitton, Teddington and the Hamptons - villages by the River Thames with a rich history going back thousands of years.

Available : Tue, Sat, and Sun only

South West Four

Head to Clapham Common for South West Four, London's biggest event dance event, South West Four. Consistently attracting the top names in dance music, the festival takes place over two nights on London's August bank holiday weekend.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

London to Brighton Bike Ride

Every year around 27,000 riders take part in the London to Brighton Bike Ride. This huge fundraising cycle event covers a distance of 54 miles. The ride departs from Clapham Common in South London and finishes on Brighton's seafront.

Available : Jun 2013 (annual)

Twickenham Festival

Music lovers, river enthusiasts, culture vultures and party animals will enjoy the ten-day Twickenham Festival. Highlights include Morris dancing, quiz nights and al fresco dining in Church Street, which is closed to cars during weekend evenings.

Available : Jun 2013 (annual)

National Honey Show

The social event for British apiarists and honey enthusiasts, the National Honey Show is a competitive exhibition of fine honey and other hive products, including waxes, candles, crafts and confectionery. Honey-loving visitors zoom to St George's College in Weybridge.

Available : Oct - Nov 2013 (annual)

Farmers' Market

Twickenham's Farmers' Market is held on Saturday mornings at Holly Road Car Park, selling organic and locally-produced foodstuffs including fruit, vegetables, meat and cheese.

Available : Sat only

Zimfest

Held at London's Clapham Grand by the charitable organisation WEZIMBABWE, the annual Zimfest celebrates all things Zimbabwean. Expats and those just up for a good party come and enjoy the braai, sports, cold beer and excellent live music.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

The London Duathlon

Fancy a run, followed by a bike ride and another run? Challenge yourself to The London Duathlon, held in the beautiful, traffic-free Richmond Park. You'll be competing against 4000 people, or you can always cheer from the sidelines instead.

Available : Sep 2013 (annual)

Babalou

There's something slightly strange about going on a night out in a church but Babalou, located in the crypt of St Matthews in Brixton, pulls it off well with its cool Moroccan-style interior and classy crowds.

Available : Daily; not Mon or Tue

The JF Kennedy Memorial

Runnymede is an area of woodland and meadows, part of which is denoted a Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is also where King John sealed the Magna Carta in 1215, which is why the British National Monument to J F Kennedy is sited here.

Available : Daily


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BEST WESTERN Reigate Manor Hotel
Reigate Hill
Reigate
Surrey
RH2 9PF

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