Bonners Piano Centre

Bonners Piano Centre

3.7 star(s) from 10 votes

We have been established for 25 years and are one of the largest restorers of uprights and grand pianos.  At present we have 70 restored pianos in stock, each with a 5 year guarantee. 

Piano Workshop is the largest supplier of new and restored pianos in the South of England, with over 80 pianos on display.


Established since 1982, we have built a fine reputation for piano sales, tuning and restoring quality grand and upright pianos. We offer a good reliable service to all our new and existing customers. Good service depends on capable personnel and we are proud of ours.

Our wide range of restored pianos includes brands such as: Steinway, Bluthner, Bechstein, Welmar, Yamaha, Broadwood and many more. We are also agents for new pianos including: Grotian Steinweg, Kemble, Gors & Kallmann, Weber and Steinmayer.

We provide restoration services and piano tuning for customers from all around South East England, including Guildford, Tunbridge Wells and Reigate as well as the rest of Surrey, Sussex, Kent and South London

In our showroom in Reigate, Surrey we have facilities for long and short term storage of pianos. We also have a practice room available for hire and the teaching room is now available and we are taking bookings for piano lessons.


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  • 46b Albert Road North
    Reigate, Surrey RH2 9El
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