Mercure Burford Bridge Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Dorking, Surrey

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The Foot of Box Hill

Mercure Burford Bridge Hotel, Dorking

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The 4 star Mercure Burford Bridge sits at the foot of Box Hill, with the Mole River running at the bottom of the spectacular gardens. With 57 en suite rooms, the hotel is ideal for visiting the historic town of Dorking and the scenic surroundings. Easily accessible via the M25, Junction 9, the hotel is 12 miles from London Gatwick Airport and 1 mile from Dorking train station.

The hotel features a 2 AA Rosette winning restaurant, cocktail bar and lounge, outdoor swimming pool and free parking.

4 star rating

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