Your Destination —
Visit picture postcard English villages, glorious gardens, royal palaces and ruined castles, together with beautiful stretches of waterway and opulent stately homes. Alongside Surrey's rich history and heritage you'll also find vibrant market towns with a great mix of shops and a tasty variety of places to eat and drink.
Woodlands Park Hotel —
To stay at the Woodlands Park Hotel in Cobham Surrey near Leatherhead is to enjoy a blend of modern luxury with the traditional features of this historic country house. Built in 1885, the house remains as impressive as ever. Guests will enjoy benefits such as an oversized flat screen TV and fine quality traditional furnishings. Each room is different but all are finished to the highest possible standard.
The country house was originally commissioned by the English Industrialist William Bryant, son of the founder of the match company Bryant and May. His brief to the architect was simple; he wanted a home designed with free hand, unfettered in the slightest degree by economical consideration. At the time, the house was a modern marvel and one of the first in the UK to have electric light. Over a century on, the house remains as impressive as ever. The hotel was once a favourite retreat for Oscar Wilde, the actress Lillie Langtry and the Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VII.
- 24-Hour front desk
- Safety deposit box
- Luggage storage
- Air conditioning
- Room service
- Laundry/ Dry cleaning
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
Your Room —
Stay in either an Executive Room, a Junior Suite, or in a Master Suite
Your Executive Double Room features fine cottons, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and free internet access. Adorned in minimal and contemporary design, it is a truly peaceful abode.
Your Junior Suite is adorned in classical decor and antique furniture. This room features an electric kettle, dvd player, and comes with a plush bathrobe.
Step inside and make this country house your home. Kick off your shoes and curl up on a sofa. Every one of the hotels 57 bedrooms offers all the home comforts you could imagine. After a day’s sightseeing or relaxing, plunge into a warm bath with unique Hand Picked toiletries or watch your favourite movie from the DVD library – every room includes a flat screen TV, DVD and CD player and high speed internet access.
- Complimentary tea & coffee making facilities
- Hand Picked toiletries by Gilchrist & Soames
- Complimentary bottled mineral water
- Complimentary Wi-Fi and broadband internet access
- Iron & ironing board and trouser press
- Safe deposit box
- Hair dryer and grooming amenities
- Selection of quality magazines
- Turndown service
- Air conditioning
Your Board Basis —
This offer is based on a Bed and Breakfast Stay
Just for you: A Three Course Set Dinner on the first evening
The Oak Room Restaurant - The Oak Room at Woodlands Park Hotel in Surrey is panelled with dark oak creating a warm and intimate atmosphere to enjoy a romantic meal or celebrate a special occasion.
Benson's Restaurant - Benson’s is the hotels less formal dining option. The contemporary atmosphere and stylish décor set the scene whilst the modern menu serving fresh food from a selection of contemporary favourites combine to provide guests with a most pleasing dining experience.
The Grand Hall - The Lounge & Bar is set in the main hall of the original house with its intricate ceiling and stained glass.
Afternoon Tea - What better place to enjoy this fine tradition than in one of the beautiful rooms of the historic country house. Enjoy the grandeur of the surroundings whilst savouring each of the carefully prepared pastries, dainty sandwiches and the finest leaf tea, served to perfection.
Please note: some dining outlets/menu items and premium, branded and international drinks may not be included and may incur a surcharge payable locally. Meals, snacks and drinks may be available at selected times only
Your Journey —
Transport is not included in this offer.
Directions to Hotel
Leaving the M25 at Junction 10
Head up the A3 towards London. Leave at the first exit you come to and follow sign posts for Cobham. Drive through Cobham on the A245 (Stoke Road) and head out towards Stoke D'Abernon. Pass the Plough Pub on your right before going over the railway. Turn left into Woodlands Lane after the Shoots Garden Centre. Woodlands Park Hotel is half a mile on the right.
Leaving the M25 at Junction 9
Take the A245 Leatherhead bypass, signposted Cobham. Continue along this road passing under the M25 until you reach the hotel on the left.
Nearest Train Station
Cobham - 1 mile
Leatherhead - 1 mile
Heathrow - 16 miles
Gatwick - 20 miles