Barnett Hill Surrey

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Key Features

  • Queen Anne-style country house dates back to 1905. Offering elegant interiors, contemporary and design-led, tree lined drive, set within 26 acres of verdant grounds
  • Sleeping 109 guests across 56 beautiful bedrooms
  • Countryside retreat, nestled in the Surrey Hills
  • Private secluded and tucked away just a short distance from the M25. Only 45 minutes from Gatwick Airport and London
  • 2 AA Rosette Oak Room restaurant suitable for an exclusive dining experience with private terrace

Barnett Hill is a bold re-imagining of a country house hotel. Contemporary and design-led, the 56 rooms and suites are appointed with luxurious and chic furnishings, set across the main Mansion house, Couch House, Mews and Gardner's Cottage. Revealing itself at the end of a winding tree lined drive, Barnett Hill is set within 26 acres or verdant grounds, with manicured gardens and terraces all around the magnificent Queen Anne-style building.

Descried by the Telegraph as a 'gingerbread-brick palace', Barnett Hill was originally a private estate for the Thomas Cook family before becoming a Red Cross hospital. Today, it is a thoroughly modern country house, set in the heart of the Surrey Hills with a passion for delicious food, superb service and divine rooms. It is the ideal countryside getaway, under an hour from London and minutes from Guildford. 


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