Inn On The Broadway

A Inn in Woking, Surrey

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

15 The Broadway
Woking
Surrey
England
GU21 5AP

Inn On The Broadway, Woking

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The Inn on The Broadway accommodation in Woking is situated right in the heart of the business and shopping district. This is an ideal location for the executive and the traveller being close to both train and bus stations and within a minutes walk to the huge and modern shopping precinct of Woking. The bedrooms have all the amenities you would expect from a 3 star property.

Our building is fully equipped with services like television and internet connection and can even provide secretarial services being available on special request. The whole building is centrally heated and is also fully air-conditioned. The Inn on the The Broadway does not have any Breakfast Facilities but being in the heart of the town there are numerous places within touching distance of the premises for you to have breakfast before heading out to the sights and shopping around the corner.

In the evenings you can enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants in close proximity to the building or even spend a relaxing hour or two in the many suitable bars in the neighbourhood. Situated in north-west Surrey 25 miles from London Woking was originally a village located at what is now known as Old Woking; the current town centre being open heath land. With the arrival of the Basingstoke Canal and then the railway in 1838 Woking suddenly became more accessible from London and in the 1800's the present town started to develop when London had a shortage of land.

Primarily it was the shortage of land for burials that led to the London Necropolis Company buying 2300 acres of land on Woking Common at Brookwood for use as a cemetery. However only 400 acres were used for the cemetery (the coffins being transported by special trains directly into the site) and the rest of the land was used for property development. A large part of the town reflects this Victorian origin although more recently from the 1970's newer developments of shops offices and apartments have greatly enhanced the town and its surrounds.

3 star rating

From: £35.00

Room Facilities
Air conditioning
Colour television
Ironing board
Tea and coffee making facilities
Iron
Family/oversized room
Freeview
Non-smoking
Desk
Hairdryer
Free Wireless internet connection
Wireless internet connection

Amenities
Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)
Airport/Train/Bus pick-up service
Air conditioning

Parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Desk

Dining Facilities
All rooms are sold on a room only basis with no breakfast or meals.

Meals

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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