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Vann Lane, Godalming, GU8 4HW, United Kingdom – Show map
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Italian, French, English, German
4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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The Kings Arms and Royal Hotel, was originally built in the 17th-century, has now undergone a beautiful £1 million renovation. It offers boutique-style rooms, and a 1920’s themed bar and restaurant.
Score from 293 reviews Good
This luxury country-house hotel is set in the picturesque Surrey Hills and has an AA Rosette restaurant and an excellent spa with swimming pool.
Score from 453 reviews Very good
In an Area of Natural Beauty in the Surrey hills, this 16th-century pub is situated in the village of Hambledon.
Score from 113 reviews Excellent
On a large private estate, the central Georgian House Hotel & Spa has an indoor pool and a gym, just off highway A3. There is free ample parking.
Score from 182 reviews Good
Freezing, central heating wasn't working. No tea/coffee making facilities in the room although I was offered a drink on arrival.
Books piled invitingly, friendly dogs and occupants, delicious food, comfortable beds, eclectic furnishings, views across the park, lack of light pollution... but don't all start coming here or we might not be able to get a booking.
The location is supreme: a Georgian period property dripping with history, set in arou nd 60 acres of land amid the Surrey Downs. And the village itself is delightful - from the green and adjoining pond to the enterprising community-run shop and traditional country inn, The Merry Harriers. The station on the main London to Portsmouth line is only 1.25 miles away. A large variety of footpaths/bridleways offer both relaxing or strenuous walks. A favourite walk takes in the village church and Hydon's Ball (a hill dedicated to National Trust Founder Olivia Hill).
Only stayed 5mins! Spooky old house in the middle of nowhere and no external lighting. Cold hostess and even colder room. Freezing in fact. No TV and no kettle as advertised. Invited to use kettle downstairs in their kitchen instead! would not want to do that first thing in the morning...especially having paid £149 per night! Felt like staying with the Adams Family but without the humour. A B & B not a hotel but charging hotel prices.
If you are expecting a hotel - it ain't! It is however a wonderfully quirky guest house. Once you make this distinction the massive room, king bed and huge bathroom will make sense. Home made breakfast in the morning was very good!
Not spotless like a hotel but perfect stop over for the wedding we were attending.
Hambledon House is very different to any where I have stayed before but in a good way, it's decor is very different very cluttered with vases, pots and piles of books everywhere but that's there style. Breakfast was great. Also there are two lovely dogs that live there.
No lock's on doors and did miss not having a tv in the room but there is one down in the lounge you can watch.
The house and settings plus friendly hospitality, great breakfast. We loved our stayed, wish we could have stayed longer.
Location is fantastic a quirky interesting place great grounds fabulous breakfast
Nothing to dislike
Really beautiful place run by lovely people and the breakfast was great.
Lovely comfortable accommodation, welcoming family, excellent breakfasts and very comfortable bed.
As others have said- a quirky place.
We didn't actually stay. We arrived, had a cup of tea, went for a walk and simply decided to not go back. We had got there to find that we were apparently the only guests-there was a wedding scheduled for the weekend, so apologies were offered by the hostess for being focused on that. The garden was charming but poorly maintained, the resident dogs are friendly but poorly trained and above all there is no mention (or photo) of the scaffolding that seems to prop up one side of the house. The hostess choice of music was played loudly, workmen fixing things for the wedding. Not as described I'm afraid. Requests for a refund were ignored.
peace and quiet was great, loved the friendly dogs and the local pub. really nice house and grounds.
no cups in room for tea/coffee, the little tiny china cups on the other shelf looked for decoration, one cup had ash in it. No-one on site to greet us and show us our room, tv didn't work in the room.
A very unique place to stay, service was warm and friendly but not too much. Highly recommended for a romantic night away
Owner and Staff very friendly.
Stunning location and accommodation, and an amazing breakfast too!
An enchanting discovery, there is little that compare other than an invitation to a country house filled with character and warmth, eclectic and eccentric, books and objects left in place by absent family members. Something of a fantasy weekend, a definite must for any fans of Agatha Christie, Cammomile Lawn or just fictional perfect English life between the wars, with artistic overtones
The sense of effortless wellbeing. Little to prove; beautiful furnishings and proper family comfort. An easy stay; we almost felt that we knew the proprietors, yet it was not unwelcome intimacy, just seemed to be good natured pleasure that we were there! We loved it and, for what it is, it was quite the best we have encountered. I felt that we had stepped into something that even Evelyn Waugh would have felt was appropriate!
We could so easily have missed this beautiful house: the photo and website that we used did not do the house justice.
Comfortable bed and large rooms.
Several things did not work (hot tap in bathroom), light bulbs missing, quite 'shabby in places, torn stair carpet. Different, quirky!
The unique location and environment Friendly and relaxed hosts Professional standards A sense of luxury
The unique atmosphere. The lovely dogs. The lovely bath. The most comfortable bed on the planet. The oat granola, thanks Bron. The duck eggs, in fact just about everything, especially Vanessa's welcome.
Leaving the place............ The Lady who checked me in was friendly enough and meant well
Its difficult to find The facilities are dreadful The "suite" (which wasn't a suite more like a big room was cold The tea and coffee making facilities were dreadful, no milk and cheap brands of tea etc No plasma screen tv Non existent wifi The smelly dog which followed me around How deceiving the adverts for the place are The value for money - it isn't worth half of what I paid ok the comedy value of staying there was worth the fee but seriously GBP120 for that place your having a laugh The ladybirds and cobwebs on the wall the stack of books in French bluntly it tries to hard to be quirky and they should focus more on the basics eg for GBP120 per night high quality tea and coffee high quality plasma screen tv with ipod docking station etc also my Bentley got filthy driving to it - its seriously in the middle of nowhere and down a muddy road - not good closing - probably good for mature couples, old people or wanna be intellectuals - for cold hard core sterile business types like myself it isn't a fit and they should be more open on the advertising
It was a really magical place to stay, we loved the spacious room with its unique decor, and despite the rainy weather it was nice to look out at the grounds. We arrived pretty late but were made to feel very welcome.
Vanessa and Bron were wonderful hosts. Due to the atrocious weather conditions the hotel lost power. Bron still managed to produce a full English breakfast for us which was superb. We stayed in the Africa suite which was enormous with fantastic views. We fully intend to go and stay again and will happily recommend the hotel.
No hot water until next day! Cold room. Felt slightly in the way!
Lovely old house with bags of character, set in really nice grounds. Our room had a cracking view of the lake. Great for relaxing and getting away from it all - and yet just under an hour out of London. Would make a brilliant private party venue. It was a nice touch to be able to take the dogs for a walk and I'm always a big fan of home-cooked breakfasts !
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