The Crouch Oak B&B

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

138 Stations Road
Addlestone
Surrey
England
KT15 2BE

The Crouch Oak B&B, Addlestone

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You are assured a warm welcome at The Crouch Oak with its great atmosphere in pleasant surroundings. Large bar lounge with good selection of beers, wines and spirits. Tempting menu of hot and cold home cooked food served lunch times.

Regular entertainment Karaoke-club-night with DJ-Disco. Private functions catered for. Single, Double, Twin and Family Rooms available, all tastefully decorated and furnished and equipped with TV and Beverage Tray.

Car parking is available. Easy access to/from main roads and South West trains. Close to Bourne Business Park and Aviator Business Park, Thorpe Park, Heathrow, Gatwick easy access.

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