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Hotels in Dorking

The charming market town of Dorking lies in the county of Surrey and is roughly 20 miles from central London. Surrounded by the picturesque landscape of the Surrey Hills, Dorking is the perfect destination, whether you're looking to browse through independent shops and boutiques, spend lazy afternoons in cosy tea shops or get active and explore the countryside.


One of Dorking's main attractions is its traditional market. Traders have been operating in the town since medieval times and Dorking is still as much a centre for trade and commerce as it ever was. Shoppers can start browsing through the various stalls on St Martin's Walk at 08:30 every Friday.

Local attractions

Take a stroll through this fascinating market town to admire the Victorian and Edwardian architecture on show, before discovering its history at Dorking Museum and Heritage Centre on West Street. Delve into the story of the local area and its people by way of interactive exhibits and sensory experiences.

Take time to explore the surrounding area, perhaps by enjoying a walk up Leith Hill, which offers beautiful views on a clear day. Box Hill to the north of the town also offers impressive views, while Denbies Wine Estate nearby is the perfect stop if you want to pick up some local produce and find out more about Surrey's wine industry.

For live entertainment, Dorking Halls on Reigate Road offers everything from screenings of the latest Hollywood blockbusters to live comedy shows, concerts and theatre productions.

Eating and drinking

We have a great choice of Dorking hotels available to book now on the website, all of which are close to the town's top dining and entertainment venues. Little Dudley House is known for its innovative use of fresh, local ingredients, and the Two to Four Restaurant offers fine dining and gourmet nights.

Red Bar & Lounge is renowned for its warm hospitality and excellent menu, while a traditional country pub atmosphere can be found at the King William IV to the north of Dorking and at The Volunteer Inn near the village of Abinger Hammer.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Dorking

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Dorking?

According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Dorking is Wotton House.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Dorking?

The lowest price for a double room in Dorking is £68.

What are the best hotels in Dorking near the center?

If you want to stay near the center of Dorking, you can consider staying at White Horse Hotel, Mercure Box Hill Burford Bridge Hotel and Wotton House.

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