Hotels in Dorking

Average price from £39

Hotels in Dorking

Visit a historic town set amidst the picturesque Surrey hills with hotels in Dorking. Dorking hotels set you in a market town of just over 15,000 people with ample shopping, dining and attractions.

Dorking, located just south of Greater London, also sees many business travellers passing through, and hotels in the area can help you make important meetings or attend retreats

Hotels in Dorking
  • Epsom South

    Brighton Road Burgh Heath Tadworth KT20 6BW
    (7.5 miles) Based on 377 traveller reviews
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  • Epsom Central

    2-4 St Margaret Drive Off Dorking Road KT18 7LB
    (7.7 miles) Based on 315 traveller reviews
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  • Chessington

    Leatherhead Road Chessington Surrey KT9 2NE
    (8.5 miles) Based on 437 traveller reviews
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  • Redhill Reigate

    Brighton Road Salfords Redhill RH1 5BT
    (7.4 miles) Based on 285 traveller reviews
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    £42.50
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  • Cobham

    Portsmouth Road Fairmile Cobham KT11 1BW
    (8.5 miles) Based on 322 traveller reviews
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    £45.50
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  • London Gatwick Airport (North Terminal)

    Northway Gatwick North Terminal West Sussex RH6 0PH
    (8.3 miles) Based on 6682 traveller reviews
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    £49.00
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  • London Gatwick Airport (A23 Airport Way)

    Longbridge Way Gatwick Airport RH6 0NX
    (8.1 miles) Based on 2381 traveller reviews
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    £35.00
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Explore the town and country from Dorking hotels

Start your exploration of Dorking with a trip to St Martin's Church, a Victorian Gothic church at the centre of the city. Heritage Trails, a series of self-guided tours of Dorking, start and end at St Martin's. Along the way, you can visit White Horse Hotel, the Almshouses, Dorking Hall and more.

Dorking also has an extensive network of caves and passages underground. Most likely, the Dorking Caves were used by smugglers and other shady characters, and go to around 50 feet below the ground.

The town also has plenty of shopping for visitors to indulge in as well, including the open-air St Martins Walk. West Street also has a fantastic array of antiques stores, set on a historic walk in Dorking.