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The Grasshopper Inn, Moorhouse, Nr Westerham, Westerham, TN16 2EU, United Kingdom – Show map
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Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 10 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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With an 18-hole golf course and a leisure facility, this hotel is a luxurious base close to Lingfield Park Racecourse. Bedrooms have free Wi-Fi and some overlook the racetrack.
Score from 222 reviews Very good
The Kings Arms Hotel is in the center of the old English town of Westerham, a 5 minute drive from highway M25. Traditional food is served in the friendly bar and restaurant.
Score from 198 reviews Good
Situated in the heart of Surrey, The Lodge @ Kingswood offers hotel accommodation within the grounds of a championship golf course.
Score from 142 reviews Wonderful
Once a 13th-century coaching inn, the 3-star AA rated The Bull Hotel now offers bedrooms with breakfast included in the rate. There is free parking and free Wi-Fi access.
Score from 166 reviews Very good
This hotel has amazing character. The original wooden beams, antique pieces of furniture and fireplaces make you feel like you are in Tudor England! We stumbled upon this pub a year ago and planned to return on Sunday as it’s just so stunning. A real hidden gem! We stayed in the Henry the 8th suite and the room was huge! We had a roll top brass bath in the main bedroom and the decor was very impressive. The food here is great but the chef was a bit stressed and shouted at the staff which we over head as we were sat near the kitchen. The waitress at breakfast was super helpful and friendly. In summary this is well worth a visit and the rooms are reasonably priced.
The bed was comfortable but every single time you move it creaked...this sounds a bit picky but the noise was really loud and woke me up a few times. The staff were very friendly on the whole but it did seem a little bit like they forgot we were coming/ that we were there.
Good food and nice atmosphere.
Lovely atmosphere, comfortable, friendly and helpful staff. Good food.
Minor things but irritants - had to ask both days for 'ordinary' tea bags in our room as only flavours such as camomile, fruit etc provided. Bed side lamp not working and not replaced while we were there.
Lovely building,very good breakfast, room had a nice shower room
We were given annexe room in the car par park,so we both had very little sleep due to noise from passing traffic,which continued most of the night, and people driving away after the function that night.
The food was excellant we had a fabulous breakfast and evening meal the night before
Our rooms were very noisy and the rubbidh lorry woke us up very early on Tuesday morning
The building was incredibly interesting. The bar area is lovely
My room was very small and scruffy. The paint work all around was in poor condition and the green fire exit light was on all night which was quite annoying. For the money I expected quite a bit more from my room
Everything, Room was spotless, food excellent in the evening and morning. Good choice of ales, lagers. Staff very polite and professional. Lovely location and building. Prices comparable with elsewhere. Will stop there again.
The food was adequate and the staff were attentive although we did experience a long wait for dinner on the first night considering the restaurant was not overflowing. But would like to reiterate that the room was very disappointing as to what we expected from the website.
The room for the price £190 was excessive for what was provided. 1.Only one bedside table. 2. 3mirrors in bedroom , only one was practical which was non accessible to plugs. 3.Cups were too big for saucers. 4.Skirting board and wall dirty. 5.No opening window. 6. TV useless. 7.2 coat hangers on a hanging clothes rack. 8.Bathroom. No' heated' towel rail. 9.A very loud fan. 10. Only a tiny hand basin provided. 11. Nowhere to put toiletries for 2 people adequately, except on the floor. 12. A large walk in shower but somewhat dangerous as no grab handles provided & no textured floor. Found this a problem on a shampooed wet floor. I feel that the interior designer who was responsible for this room should seriously think about going back to design college to learn the fundamentals and practicalities of design !
Very friendly welcome, excellent food, although a limited range, and a very good, quiet night's sleep
The annex where i stayed is beautifull The Inn itself is nice The Bar and Breakfast staff are very friendly Big parking area
Rodents partying in the attic, not a very nice thought The matress where i slept on, albeit fairly new was probably the cheapest on offer by DFS and prevented me from sleeping which was the main reason for my stay!!! Having pointed this out to a very nice and friendly member of the Breakfast staff, she assured me the manager would get back to me that day. It's now three days later and i haven't had any reply. :-( My toptip: avoid the Grasshopper Inn if you want to stay and sleep. I'm not a fussy person and on average stay at an Inn/Hotel every fortnight, this is one of the worst beds i slept on.
Very welcoming , bed comfortable and lovely shower .
Finding the check-in desk was a bit confusing as it was situated in the bar area with no signage.
The location and main building was of a good standard.
On arrival to be asked to pay £170 then given a key to an outbuilding that could only be described as a glorified garden shed situated on the car park. The main problem with the interior was mold in the shower. Needless to say we asked for our money back and left minutes after arrival . Very disappointed considering it was our Wedding Anniversary
Food and Bedroom massive shower in the bathroom
Lovely bedroom; modern additions to an old building tastefully carried out. Staff friendly and helpful. Inn had a very nice atmosphere.
Visually very nice Good facilities Friendly Staff
Friendly staff. Individual style of room. Period features of property. Lovely food.
Limits on breakfast choices, for example tea and coffee or fruit juice, not both. Some aspects of rroom were a bit ttired.
A really nice place to stay with very comfortable and nicely styled rooms. The staff were great. I will go back.
Well decorated, good facilities, comfortable bed, staff very friendly and helpful, very good breakfast, good breakfast hours, good location to Tandridge Golf course where the Ladies competiton was being held.
Had requested a quiet room when booking, and had pointed out that it was absolutely vital that my daughter slept well as she was competing in the English Womens Golf Championship at Tandridge Golf Course, we were placed in the Old Pump House, which was on the car park and we could hear the road noise all though the night, all night, car's, lorries everything, it was very bad and kept us awake, the dustbin lorry also came early one morning and the noise was terrible and seemed to last forever, my daughter was so tired and after one day withdrew from the competition. We had three nights at the accommodation and were booked for four but left before the fourth night, we had paid on arrival and were refunded the fourth nights amount. The staff were lovely and we should of complained about the accommodation earlier, it certainly wasn't the quiet room we had requested, very disappointed. The outside accommodation needs more roof, window and door insulation, acoutic glass and also a chain on the inside of the door as my daughter and I felt a bit in secure with out one.The noise ruined our stay and the competition which I had driven 290 miles to. The hotel were also aware from past experience that the accommodation was noisy, so very disappointed !!
We had an excellent one night stay at this charming inn. The food and service was excellent. Staff extremely friendly. Only sorry we could not stay longer. Nice family room.
Excellent food inc large breakfast Helpful friendly staff
Room lacked basic amenities e.g no hangers or flannels and no shelf in bathroom
This Coaching Inn is unique, still with many original features. Well worth a visit. Breakfast excellent.
We chose to stay in one of the 2 annexed rooms, which unless you are a fan of "Hi-De Hi", you may not appreciate. Wi-Fi or 3G 'phone signal....forget it... Hotel cuisine....expensive & questionable!
Wonderful old building, super staff. Owen and Samantha were friendly and helpful.
Our room did not have enough air circulation and the weather was warm. I suggest that if there is not enough window area, they put in some sort of air conditioning. Without sufficient windows some of the rooms can be stuffy.
Loved our room xxxxxxx Food excellent at Dinner and breakfast.
The staff were friendly, helpful and professional. The breakfast was wonderful.
I felt second rate staying in the annex in the car park and a little vulnerable. It was a lovely ensuite although the duvet was far too thick for summer and the cups too small for a decent drink.