The Inn at West End has an ideal location, just off the M3, with easy access to RHS Wisley, London Heathrow, Windsor and Guildford making it the perfect spot for weekend getaways and mid-week breaks.
Whether travelling for business or pleasure you can enjoy a relaxing overnight stay in one of our twelve boutique rooms. Our boutique rooms feature luxuriously comfortable mattresses, fine bed linen, soft fluffy towels and toiletries. All rooms also have a comfortable work area, 27″ flat screen TV, tea and coffee, fast broadband and free Wi-Fi. You can book online or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Our contemporary bedrooms are found just a few steps behind our friendly village pub where a delicious, freshly prepared breakfast is served daily in the restaurant. Open all day, you can enjoy a meal or simply enjoy a drink from our fully stocked bar.
We have given our pub garden a stunning makeover. Our beautiful grapevine-covered courtyard and 4 heated Garden Pods are perfect for alfresco dining whatever the weather and can now be booked using our online booking system.
We are passionate about people and delivering great food, drink and accommodation and we very much look forward to seeing you soon.
“We would just like to thank everyone at The Inn for doing their jobs above and beyond. We will definitely be going again. ”
“Beautifully finished, tastefully decorated and thoughtfully laid out bedroom and en-suite. Quality toiletries. Super shower with plenty of roasting hot water. Delicious evening meal in the restaurant, which was packed with savvy diners! ”
“Fantastic tasty meal with plenty of fresh veg and tender meats -definitely a must on a Sunday lunchtime We thoroughly enjoyed our family meal - would definitely recommend Sunday lunch at the Inn -you will not be disappointed ! ”
“Covid wise - they are very hot on precautionary measures. The welcome desk is a shielded booth and all staff are fully masked up. Tables are well away from each other and when drinks are brought over the staff ask you to take them off a tray. ”