Magna Carta accommodation near Runnymede
The 19 June 2015 marks the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta charter. Although still two years away, plans are well underway to commemorate and celebrate this momentous occasion with hundreds of events planned to capture the meaning and significance of what is arguably Britain’s greatest export.
All focus will be on the Runnymede and the meadows area where King John is said to have first sealed the charter. With events set to attract thousands of visitors from far and wide, accommodation for Magna Carta celebrations will be in high demand.
Clarendon’s Wraysbury Hall is ideally situated offering superb accommodation near Runnymede and the Magna Carta celebrations. Set within a gated complex and landscaped gardens, with private River Thames frontage, the accommodation offers guests a comfortable and convenient base to stay whilst visiting the area of the Magna Carta, Runnymede as well as the many other local attractions in the area.
Accommodation comprises of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, all fully furnished and designed in keeping with the style and period influence of the Hall. Each apartment provides spacious living areas, a separate bedroom and fully equipped kitchens. WiFi broadband, phone line, Freeview TV and weekly housekeeping services are all included at no additional charge.
Wraysbury Hall is exceptionally well placed for exploring West London, surrey and surrounding area. The M3, M4, M25 and M40 motorways are all reached within 5 minutes and London Heathrow Airport T5 is a 10 minute drive. For those wishing to visit central London there is the added convenience of a mainline station in Staines, providing direct train services into London Waterloo (30 minutes)
Clarendon’s Wraysbury Hall makes the perfect accommodation for Magna Carta celebrations and be rented on an exclusive basis or as individual apartments, making it ideal for couples and families as well as larger groups and historical societies requiring Magna Carta group accommodation.
Book early to be part of Runnymede’s Magna Carta celebrations.