Every mellow brick of this ancient gem glows in history. It was at Burford Bridge that Lord Nelson spent secret hours with his great love Emma Hamilton before going off to his last battle of Trafalgar. The Burford Bridge is set at the foot of Box Hill where an inn has stood since the 13th century. Noble guests have included Keats Sheridan and Wordsworth. The hotel nestles at the foot of the famous beauty spot Box Hill with the river Mole running at the bottom of its gardens. All of the bedrooms are well appointed for that extra treat why not book an executive room. The hotel is renowned for its restaurant with the 2 AA Rosette Emlyn restaurant overlooking the delightful gardens. Our outdoor heated swimming pool is open from May till the end of September.Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel (from LateRooms.com)
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