Accommodation Near Farnham Hospital & Centre For Health, Farnham, Surrey.

Please contact us for special discounted NHS & Key Worker rates at, as these rates are not shown online. We’re here to help NHS Staff and Key Workers looking for accommodation in the fight against Coronavirus / Covid-19. We’re able to offer serviced accommodation and serviced apartments as little as 2.4 miles from Farnham Hospital, Farnham, Surrey. These properties offer a great alternative to hotels in Farnham.

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How Close Is SA Today Farnham To Farnham Hospital & Centre for health?

SA Today Farnham is only 2.4 miles from Farnham Hospital. We often welcome guests working at and visiting Farnham Hospital.

Does SA Today Farnham Have Parking?

Absolutely, the property offers parking in front of the garage at the rear of the property.

Do You Offer Free Wi-Fi And Netflix?

For sure, we offer super fast fibre Wi-Fi and Netflix to all our guests.

Does SA Today Farnham Enable Flexible Check-In And Check-Out Times?

Yes, SA Today Farnham offers flexible self check-in and check-out so you can come and go as you please without having to wait around for anyone else.

How Do I Get The Best Price?

Make sure you book directly with us to get the best price!

About Farnham Hospital & Centre For Health, Farnham Surrey:

Farnham Hospital is a community hospital in Farnham, Surrey, England. It is managed by the Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.

The hospital is notable for being visited by Florence Nightingale, who is alleged to have visited the hospital while living at Waverley Abbey House, before travelling to Scutari, Ottoman Empire in 1854. She presented the hospital with a travelling Holy Communion set, which is stored as an exhibit in the hospital along with a further gift of a crucifix.

Two additional infirmary blocks were built in 1870 and 1900 respectively. It was renamed to Farnham County Hospital in 1929, then to Farnham Hospital on establishment of the NHS in 1948. It continued to be the main hospital for the area, until the establishment of the larger Frimley Park Hospital in 1974, which took over A&E services that Farnham had provided.

The Friends of Farnham Hospital, a registered charity supporting the hospital by donations, was founded in 1954.

In 1998, the hospital was identified as requiring improvements to provide better healthcare for patients. Construction of a new building started in 2001 and was opened in 2004 by the Countess of Wessex. The new building replaced some of the original 18th-century structures.

The hospital hosts various medical practices and acts as a centre for blood tests, serving outpatients from Frimley Park as well.