Your Destination —
A place where tradition is preserved, visit the Farmer's Market, held in the high street on the first Sunday of each month, selling locally produced food. Or why not discover one of the historic houses to get a sense of this idyllic town's culture?
Haslemere Educational Museum
One of the largest National History Museums in central southern England, with over 240,000 specimens and 140,000 Human History artefacts from around the world.
Haslemere High Street
Boasts a number of small boutique style shops, as well as cafes, pubs and restaurants servicing a variety of cuisines, from Italian to Thai.
There are a number of walking routes available from the hotel, ranging from 4-8 miles, to Blackdown, Chiddingfold and Lurgashall.
There are number of great cities, towns and villages worth a visit within driving distance from the hotel including Petworth (15 mins/9.1 miles), Winchester (27 mins/13.3 miles) and Chichester (35 mins/23.4 miles).
Your Hotel —
Privately owned and nestled amongst 22 acres of Surrey countryside, Lythe Hill boasts a unique retreat for the perfect escape to the country. This historic country house hotel was a former farm house and outbuildings form a picturesque hamlet on the outskirts of the market town of Haslemere.
All 44 bedrooms are individual in design and many of them display different features dating back to 1475. The restaurant is credited with two AA Rosettes and offers a Table D'Hote Menu with freshly prepared traditional cuisine.
The spa offers a wide range of ESPA beauty therapy treatments, 16 metre swimming pool, whirlpool, steam room and sauna. There is also a fully equipped gym and tennis court, making Lythe Hill the ideal place to wind down and renew your energy.
Number of rooms: 44
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
Your Room —
This offer is based on a Classic Room.
Your Board Basis —
This offer is based on a bed and breakfast stay. Just for you: 3-course dinner on first night.
The Restaurant at Lythe Hill is located in the Tudor house which dates back to 1475. There are two parts to the restaurant.
The old part 'The Auberge', located at the entrance of the building, is a popular choice with regular diners as it displays all the original features from when it was previously a Farmhouse. The oak panelled walls and low level beamed ceilings, together with wooden stately tables and chairs are truly fit for a King.
The new part of the restaurant is more contemporary and offers beautiful panoramic views of the terrace, gardens and lakeside area.
Your Time —
Just for you: 25% discount off treatments (booked in advance).
Enjoy the 16 metre swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna and steam room, and if you are feeling daring, cool off under the cold tempura shower. There are plenty of places to rest and take it easy on the many sun loungers poolside or out on the terrace.
The gym is equipped with cardio machines, weight machines, free weights and power plate, and if that’s not enough, the tennis court is located in the gardens. The hotel offers a range of Pilates, yoga, tai chi and circuit training sessions as well as aqua aerobics.
Beauty therapy suites provide a sanctuary of comfort and warmth and offer a wide variety of ESPA treatments and products for those who truly want to indulge themselves.