De Vere Venue Branksome Place

A Hotel in Haslemere, Surrey

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Hindhead Road
GU27 3PN

De Vere Venue Branksome Place, Haslemere

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Hidden away in 32 beautiful acres of wooded Surrey countryside and easily accessible from the M25 and A3, De Vere Venue Branksome Place is a wonderful blend of old and new with a light and airy ambience. The hotel features 60 rooms with TV, hospitality tray and high speed internet access. A restaurant and bar, tennis courts, football pitch, croquet on the lawn and a fitness room are some of the excellent facilities available to guests.

Easily accessible from the M25 and A3. Close to Haslemere station for direct trains to London, Arundel Castle, Chessington World of Adventure, Sandown Park Racecourse and Guildford Spectrum skating.

3 star rating

From: £27.50

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