Very pleasant town, quite a pleasant hotel to match. The bed was very uncomfortable and the shower head fell off twice whilst having a shower at full pressure.
Not great value for money, breakfast wasn't included however use of swimming pool was.
Traveller from billericay, Essex
Located in the heart of Haslemere, this romantic hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Haslemere Educational Museum and …More
Its a lovely setting in the countryside - with walks available into the hills if you want to. Our room was in one of the garden buildings, recently renovated and with a lovely bathroom. Very good value for £100 per night incl breakfast. Enjoyed the sap too - though book ahead as its busy, The hotel looks like it is being gradually refurbished so some areas look a bit down at heel still. The only big disappointment was the food in the restaurant - London prices and beautiful presentation, and very friendly attentive staff, just not very flavoursome! Breakfast buffet was tired. We booked out for dinner on the second night to the Duke of Cumberland in Henley which was excellent!
Jonathan from London
Luxury Accommodation, Award winning Spa and 2 Rosette RestaurantMore
Accommodation options in Cranleigh are limited so we were pleased to find this hotel when we specifically wanted to visit the village. Great location and excellent room size. Good cooked breakfast included. We stayed on a night when the pub had live music and this was very noisy until 11.30pm - however it was good music if we were up to it!! Some staff were very uninterested in customer service just fyi.
Traveller from New Zealand
Situated in Cranleigh, this inn is 3 mi (4.8 km) from Dunsfold Park and within 9 mi (15 km) of Loseley House and Winkworth …More
We used Hambleton House as a base for visiting the festival of speed at Goodwood. We were quite impressed with the house in general but it was a bit shabby in places. There was plenty of on site parking and we were greeted by two very friendly dogs. The staff were very helpful and agreed to provide a very early and very good breakfast so that we could get on our way to the festival.
On the down side there was no lock on the room door, luckily we did not have to leave any valuables in the room while we were out. There was no housekeeping on Sunday so the room was as we had left it in the morning, bed had not been made etc.There was also no TV in the room. The tea and coffee making facilities could have been better, there were mouldy dregs in the cafetiere. The house was very dark and gloomy there were no lights on the stairs or corridors.
Located in Hambledon, this guesthouse is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Oakhurst Cottage and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from West Surrey Golf …More
Jane Austen themed refurbishment provides a unique take on a country pub. We had one night on B&B basis, all worked well. Country-style furnishing of the bedroom overlooking the garden to the rear. Sizeable room with double bed but only one easy chair, so the other occupant has to sit on the bed, not a deal breaker by any means. Passing mid-week commuter traffic could disrupt sleep, if so, sensitive sleepers should request a room away from the main road. Since the inn is in the middle of a telecoms black hole, mobiles remain dead. However, phone calls from the guest rooms are gratis - nice idea.
The complimentary sloe gin in the room was not sampled but a further nice touch, as were the two malts in the coffee nook off the upstairs corridor. Not suggesting for one minute that this is a dipso's delight but it could be convenient for that fortifying nip before negotiating the by-roads. Walking naturally, not driving. Speaking of coffee, there are Nespresso machines, one for hot water plus a selection of pads and teas available all day for residents to sup in their rooms. Your choice if you wish to combine with said malts.
Sadly there was a rather restricted choice for the cooked breakfast and the portion size had been dictated by an accountant. There was no fish option. Smoked haddock or even a kipper would have worked wonders for the inner man. Toast comes in doorstep dimensions, whilst tasty make sure your dentition is up to the task.
Traveller from London
Located in Churt, this inn is within 3 mi (5 km) of Hankley Common Golf Club, Frensham Little Pond, and Hindhead Golf Club …More
Tucked away in the southwest corner of Surrey, Waverley is named for a Cistercian Abbey just outside of the village of Farnham. The area is full of rural charm and walkable villages, with the River Wey serving as a geographical landmark and perfect base for walking treks through the abundant rolling hills and historic buildings, some of which date from the 15th century.