A grand rural Surrey hotel with prized dining and the first of its kind to have an electric lightSavouring double AA Rosette-awarded cuisine in The Oak Room
The traditional-meets-modern decor
Proximity to London and good transport links gives you an easy journey to the stress-free countryside
What To Know
Built in 1885, the hotel has a grand Victorian feel
Just 25 miles outside of London
Two rustic-chic restaurants are on-site
A historic country hotel in Surrey, with award-winning dining and lovely grounds - includes breakfast and three-course dinner
Woodlands Park Hotel in Surrey, near Leatherhead and Cobham, was originally commissioned by English industrialist William Bryant and built in 1885. Interesting fact for you - it was the first house of its kind in the UK to have an electric light.
Set in beautiful grounds in the Surrey countryside, Woodlands Park is a perfect retreat for anyone seeking an escape from anywhere with a tube line or an air quality warning. Ideally located close to Leatherhead, Guildford, Heathrow & Gatwick, the hotel is conveniently close to the M25 and only 25 miles from London - for those that still require their city fix.
After beautiful modernisation, today the hotel is fully refurbished to the highest standard, yet still retains much of its Victorian grandeur. Oak-panelled rooms and numerous antiques take visitors back to an age of style and sophistication. With its two AA Rosettes and superbly elegant old-school vibe, The Oak Room restaurant is a real find.