Hurtwood Hotel

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The Hurtwood Hotel is an elegant 1920’s boutique hotel with an emphasis on comfort and relaxation. A perfect retreat for business, pleasure or families alike, located in Peaselake: a charming English village within the Surrey Hills, yet only 28 miles from London, 18 miles from Gatwick Airport and a short drive from both Guildford and Dorking.

The Hurtwood Hotel has 13 individually furnished bedrooms, providing the perfect place to rest your head at the end of a long day. The hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation but there is a separately operated pub and restaurant within the building. The pub has a cosy relaxed bar with an open fire, great wines and delicious food; or for a more formal evening, the restaurant runs seasonal tasting menus.

Each one of our spacious en-suite bedrooms has its own unique character. The peaceful rooms are stylish and friendly, with the finest quality bed linen and furnishings. Sink into a deep mattress at the end of a long day and wake up to stunning village and country views. All rooms feature the latest mod-cons including Wi-Fi, Smart TVs and capsule coffee machines.

Hotel amenities include: breakfast / lounge area, private parking, self-service guest area with filtered water, fresh milk, ice and a fridge. Outside there is a sun terrace, landscaped garden, secure outbuilding to rack bikes. Travel cots and extra beds can be arranged if required.

Hurtwood Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation, and you will find a bustling pub and restaurant attached to our hotel serving excellent British and Italian cuisine with an extensive wine list. If you are a little peckish in the afternoon, you can take afternoon tea on the sun terrace (summertime only).

Breakfast is an informal and relaxed affair – tuck into Continental options or set yourself up for the day ahead with a hearty cooked Full English. Served between 7.30am and 9.00am on weekdays and 8.00am and 10.00am on weekends.