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Holiday Inn Guildford

A Hotel in Guildford, Surrey

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Egerton Road, Surrey Research Park

Holiday Inn Guildford, Guildford

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Welcome to The Holiday Inn Guildford, a modern full-service hotel, close to Guildford Town Centre and only 29 miles from London with easy access via the M25 A3 and by train. The hotel is located near the Guildford Business Parks and FIVE Exhibition Centre. Pets: Assistance Dogs welcome.

4 star rating

From: £120.00

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