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Sink into the sumptuous sofas of this grand country house hotel and admire beautiful stained-glass windows and ornate carvings. A cosy library with diaries and gun storage provides a fascinating glimpse into the building's past. A spa and health club offer relaxation and wellies are at the ready for country walks.

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Sitting high on top of the Nutfield Ridge, Reigate and the M25 are four miles away and it's two miles to Redhill railway station, where trains take half an hour to reach London Victoria. Nearby, you'll find Box Hill, Chessington World of Adventures, Epsom Racecourse and Polesden Lacey, where Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, spent her honeymoon.

By car: 1 hour 15 minutes from central London or Reading, 40 minutes from Tonbridge Wells. There is free parking on site.

By train: Redhill railway station is 2 miles from the hotel, with trains from London Victoria (30 minutes), Gatwick Aiport (15 minutes) Reading (1 hour 30 minutes) and Peterborough (2 hours). Book trains to Redhill.

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This 1872 neo-Gothic house was inspired by the Palace of Westminster so you'll find stunning medieval architecture and archways, and of course a replica of Big Ben itself. Exquisite furnishings, fine paintings, beautiful stained glass windows and stunning medieval archways adorn the Grand Hall, Cloisters restaurant and Library. The atmosphere is hushed and relaxed.


Service is as formal as one expects from a country house; all white linens and waistcoats rather than jeans and T-shirts. Apart from a hurried and harried breakfast service, the staff were friendly and attentive. The health club next door features a spa, TechnoGym and pool. There are wellies and maps for walkers and DVDs for chilling.

  • Restuarant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Elemis Spa
  • Library

  • Dog-friendly rooms

  • Free parking


Choose from charming Executives, contemporary Classics and spacious master suites with four-poster beds and roll-top baths. Browns and golds feature in the heavy drapes and plush furnishings. Classic rooms feature light-wood furniture but the beige tiled bathrooms can feel a tad dated.

Room types: Classic, Executive and Deluxe bedrooms, Junior and Master suites

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Gilchrist and Soames toiletries, TV, 24-hour room service, bottled water, tea and coffee facilities, hot chocolate and biscuits


Our meal in the two AA rosette restaurant had plenty of highs and a few lows. Hot-smoked salmon rillette with pistachio soil and poached John Dory, red mullet and salmon in mussel cream were delicious and full of flavour. Desserts, which included rock-hard poached pears, failed to impress.

Cloisters Restaurant: British cuisine reimagined. Open daily for breakfast and dinner. Mains from £24.

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