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The Lodge at Kingswood, Sandy Ln
4.5 Miles from the centre
per night from £99
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2 4 St Margarets Drive
0.6 Miles from the centre

The going's always good at Premier Inn Epsom Central. Close to road, rail and bus links, stay with us and you'll be living it up in city or country in no time. Back a winner at Epsom Racecourse. Zip into London to see the sights. Catch a show at Epsom Playhouse. Or go wild at Chessington World of Adventures. And when all the racing around is done, return to our friendly team, relaxing garden, spacious rooms and super-comfy beds. All reservations placed at this hotel are subject to Premier Inn's standard Terms and Conditions, which can be found at

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per night from £101
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Brighton Road
3 Miles from the centre

Why gamble on a good night's sleep? At Premier Inn Epsom South you'll find everything you need for a great stay, including an on-site restaurant and super-comfy beds. Just a nose from Epsom Racecourse, you'll be right on hand to catch starter's orders. We're also perfectly placed for a host of other activities in the area from Chessington World of Adventures to golf at Kingswood, Surrey Downs and Walton Heath. And with regular connections into London and out into the countryside, you're onto a winner. All reservations placed at this hotel are subject to Premier Inn's standard Terms and Conditions, which can be found at

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per night from £116
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Hotels in Epsom

Epsom, a traditional market town lying just outside of London, has plenty to offer in the way of entertainment, charm and British history. In the 17th century it became famous as a spa resort, due to its medicinal Epsom Salts. However, it was in 1913 that the town became nationally known after the suffragette, Emily Davison, stepped out in front of King George V's horse during the Epsom Derby, dying from her injuries four days later. The racecourse continues to be nationally renowned today but, thankfully, for less morbid reasons.

Epsom Downs Race Course

Epsom is home to one of the most popular race courses in Britain and each year, in early June, it hosts arguably the most prestigious racing event in the world. The Derby, as it's known, is Britain's most famous flat race and a favourite on the racing calendar. The track is shaped like an elongated horseshoe and the five-furlong course is one of the world's fastest, making for an exciting event. As the racecourse sits in the Epsom Downs, which is a public area, viewers can watch The Derby for free. There are also a host of other races from April to September, with plenty of Epsom hotels to meet visitors' needs.

Outdoor Activities

Epsom is a great place for exploring the outdoors. In addition to the racing, the wonderfully named Nonsuch Park in nearby Cheam is a legacy of Henry VIII's deer hunting grounds. Perfect for a bike ride, jog or an amble, there is plenty of space to explore. For the adventurous there's also “Devil's Dyke” – a series of jumps and trails for BMX riders. Horton Country Park Local Nature Reserve is also an idyllic destination, with bluebell woods, woodpeckers, golfing and popular trails. For art lovers, there are several walks between the lake at Bourne Hall and the Hogsmill River – which is thought to have inspired John Everett Millais's Pre-Raphaelite painting Ophelia.

Art and Culture

Located in the historic Ewell Village is Bourne Hall – a museum housing over 5,000 local artefacts, including a fire engine and a hansom cab. Another popular cultural destination is the Epsom Playhouse, which hosts a range of theatrical productions and an annual summer film series.


The Ashley Centre is the town's largest shopping spot, with a mix of over 50 independent retailers, high street chains and restaurants. Outside of the Centre, the town also boasts a number of independent stores, including the High Street's Lester Bowden – an upmarket men's tailor that's held pride of place in Epsom for over one hundred years.

Restaurants, Cafes and Bars

Epsom has a lot to offer in terms of dining out. At the Ashley Centre, La Mocha Café and the Bamboo Basket are popular choices. For drinking and dining, the Famous Green Man pub in Ewell Village and the Derby Arms pub in Epsom are well-loved choices with a full Sunday roast. One of the most sought-after restaurants is the award-winning Le Raj. Serving organic produce, it was the only Indian restaurant in the UK to provide food for the 2012 Olympics. Meanwhile, for thirsty race-goers, the Rubbing House is actually located on the racecourse.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Epsom

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

According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Epsom are Premier Inn Epsom Central, The Lodge at Kingswood and Premier Inn Epsom South.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Epsom?

The cheapest price for a double room in Epsom is £99, offered by The Lodge at Kingswood.

What are the best hotels in Epsom near the center?

The best hotels near the center of Epsom are Premier Inn Epsom Central, Premier Inn Epsom South and The Lodge at Kingswood.

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