The Coach and Horses

Guest house in Chertsey, Surrey

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14 St Ann's Road
KT16 9DG

The Coach and Horses, Chertsey

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The Coach and Horses is a warm and friendly traditional English Public House with guest accommodation. We have three comfortable en-suite twin rooms.

Located in the Surrey Market town of Chertsey, the Coach and Horses is a traditional English Pulbic House. If you come to stay with us you will enjoy the relaxed atmosphere that staying in a traditional pub can bring. We have guest accommodation in 3 comfortable en-suite rooms.

The pub itself is a warm and friendly place where you will find locals meeting up, enjoying a drink, eating delicious food and enjoying each others company, many guests who stay with us become a friend of the pub and return for special events we hold. Roaring log fires are there to greet you on cold winter evenings and outside tables for when the long summer evenings arrive. We serve 3 Fullers fine cask ales: ESB, London Pride and Seafarers along with a range of quality lagers.

We hold the Fullers Master Cellerman award and the Casque Mark for first class quality beer. Lunches are served Monday to Friday, with a delicious range of home cooked meals and evening meals from Tuesday to Friday. Situated within 10 minutes walk of Thorpe Park, 20 minutes drive to Legoland in Windsor and 25 minute drive to Chessington World of Adventures we are very well placed for fun days out.

Chertsey Abbey ruins are within a stones throw with the remains of this Abbey originally built in 666 AD. Chertsey Museum is a 2 minute walk away and has a wealth of information about this historic town. A short drive takes you to Runnymede (where the Magna Carta was signed.) Just a couple of miles further you will approach Windsor with a magnificent view of Windsor Castle as you enter the town.

A visit to the castle is not to be missed.

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