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Local attractions galore

The Hog’s Back hotel’s surroundings have so much to offer, whatever time of year you visit us; from fantastic food and drink through to island hopping adventures, wildlife watching, fascinating historical sites and artisan producers. Experience Hog’s Back like a local with us.

Ascot Racecourse

Ascot Racecourse is a famous English racecourse, located in the small town of Ascot, Berkshire. It is one of the leading racecourses in the UK, hosting nine of the UK’s 32 annual group races. The course is closely associated with

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Level wheelchair-friendly paths wind through the beautifully stocked gardens leading visitors past aviaries of curious, unusual and downright stunning birds. A huge part of anyone’s visit to Birdworld just has to be the shows and displays that take place throughout

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British Wildlife Centre

The British Wildlife Centre in the heart of the East Surrey countryside is home to the finest collection of native species in the country, where you will see and learn about Britain’s own wonderful wildlife, with over forty different species

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Chessington World of Adventures

Along with the Zoo, SEA LIFE centre and our Daily Shows - it makes Chessington Britain's Wildest Adventure.

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Legoland Windsor is a child-oriented theme park based in Windsor, Berkshire, themed around the Lego toy system, attracting children between ages 3 and 12. In common with the other LEGOLAND’s across the world, the park’s attraction consists of a mixture

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Loseley Park

Built in the reign of Elizabeth I, Loseley Park stands in ancient Surrey parkland with stunning views towards North Downs. Still the home of the More-Molyneux family, it is remarkably unchanged since 1562 when Sir William More laid the first

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Thorpe Park

Just 20 miles from Central London, with plenty of transport links between Junctions 11 and 13 of the M25.

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Watts Gallery

First opening its doors to the public in 1904, Watts Gallery is a purpose-built art gallery created for the display of works by the great Victorian artist George Frederic Watts OM RA (1817-1904). G.F. Watts holds a unique position within

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Wisley Gardens

The Royal Horticultural Society’s garden is based in Wisley in Surrey and is one of four gardens run by the society. Wisley is the second most visited garden in the UK after the Royal Botanic Kew Gardens, with 900,000 visitors

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