Hut Hotel Wisly Cobham Surrey England - a Memory of Wisley.

My Great grandfather Henry Pulling ,Grandfather Harry and Aunty Sis,all lived at the Hut Hotel .Great Grandad was the proprietor.When when he died Gandad and auntie Sis took over.Aunt Sis told me how people would come for a day out and go rowing on the lake.The ladies would drink tea in the tea rooms and the men would have drink .In those days they turned up in the cars of those times and were pretty well off

A memory shared by patricia.stanford on Jan 21st, 2017. Send patricia.stanford a message

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Tue Jun 19th 2018, at 4:12 am
My great Grandfather Henry Pulling died at The Hut Hotel on the 24th of Dec 1928.Can't help you with your family Sally.
Sun Jun 17th 2018, at 9:15 pm
mad.barryc commented:
My parents John & Doreen Robinson managed The Hut on behalf of Trust House Hotels in the 1950's. I was born there in 1955. I still have their letters from Trust Houses confirming their appointment as Managers.
Thu Jan 18th 2018, at 8:51 pm
Sally Barnard commented:
I believe my cousin Martin Payne was the owner of the Wisley Hut Hotel probably in the late 1940s until the early 1960;s. He drove a yellow and black Rolls Royce. I would be grateful if anyone has any information about him. many thanks Sally

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