Woodlands Park Hotel
What We Love
- 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
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.
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Very nice setting, looks and feels quite a grand hotel. Room was nice and had some modern features which was welcome. Breakfast service was a bit on the slow side, and there was limited veggie options on the menu in the restaurant in evenings. Not sure on value as paid for by work, but would stay again if local. Probably not the place I'd stay with children.
All the modern teck associated but staff doesn’t know how to use it !
A bit overrated!
Expensive! Food is lovely but menu is extremely limited!
Would definitely recommend it if you have money to waste!
Middle of nowhere location and leatherhead is a dying village!
We stayed here for my Wife's birthday upon arrival the receptionist wished my wife a happy birthday we thought what a good start,we stayed in room 12 what a lovely room everything spotless and a bottle of prosecco. The evening meal and the selection was very impressing and very nice.
The breakfast was also very nice,all in all this hotel is very impressing and the hotel staff very attentive,we could not fault this hotel.
We would certainly go back.