Do you have a car park?
We offer a very small, limited free car park to guests on a first come, first served basis through the archway at the front of the hotel.
The post code for The King’s Arms & Royal is GU7 1EB. To access the car park, drive down High Street with the hotel on your right and turn into the archway just after the front entrance to the building. This is a shared car park with local residents with clearly marked bays for hotel users. Please do not park in bays not marked for the hotel as you may receive a parking fine. The hotel accepts no responsibilities for cars left in our car park.
Are you dog friendly?
Your four-legged friends are very welcome to visit the King’s Arms & Royal, however we do have a few house rules.
Firstly, dogs are welcome in all areas excluding the hotel’s main restaurant. You are welcome to dine with your well behaved dog in the Bar or outside in our courtyard.
In regards to staying with us, we do have several rooms which we allow dogs to stay in, please phone us direct to book a dog friendly room on 01858 438300.
There is a small charge of £10 per dog, per night.
Due to the age of the building we are unable to fit a lift into the hotel and therfore unfortunately we do not offer any accessible bedrooms. We have one ground floor room which is accessed via a couple of steps.
Our restaurant and bar facilities are all on the ground floor and can be accessed step free from the rear of the building.
What time is check in and check out?
Check in time is from 3pm on the day of your arrival. You can upgrade to an early check in for £20, however, if your room is ready before 3pm you are welcome to check in early at no charge.
Check out is by 11am on the day of departure.
What time is breakfast served for residents?
Monday – Friday 07:30am – 09:00am
Saturday & Sunday 08:00am – 10:00am
The King’s Arms & Royal sits imposingly on the High Street in the Surrey market town of Godalming. Close by you will find many charming independent shops and tearooms, as well as many attractions such as National Trust houses, museums, distilleries and much more.
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