The jewel in Surrey’s Crown
Discover a historic hotel with modern charm.
Set amidst 10 acres of magnificent grounds, Oatlands Park Hotel stands on the original site of the grand royal palace built by Henry VIII. Overlooking Broadwater Lake and with far-reaching views over the Surrey countryside, our Grade II listed hotel has been carefully restored and renovated, making it the perfect setting for relaxing getaways with afternoon tea, business meetings and weddings.
A peaceful setting
Surrounded by Surrey countryside
Located in picturesque countryside in Weybridge, Oatlands Park Hotel is the jewel in Surrey’s crown. Exuding English charm, our 4-star hotel offers a rural escape with fast transport connections to central London (19 miles away) and London Heathrow Airport (9 miles away).
A hotel with history
Once the home of Kings & Queens
Our historic country house first became a hotel in 1856 and stands on the site of the grand Tudor Palace of Henry VIII. Monarchs, including Elizabeth I, James I and Charles I also resided at Oatlands during their reign. The great cedar tree at the front of the hotel was planted by Charles I to celebrate the birth of his son.
A good night’s sleep
Modern rooms with English country charm
Each of the 160 bedrooms have been individually designed, offering unique character and charm. Our rooms have a timeless elegance whilst providing the highest standard of comfort and a range of modern conveniences.
A unique dining experience
British menus full of flavour
Overlooking the grounds of sweeping lawns bordered with ancient trees is the elegant Mulberry Restaurant. Showcasing a modern British cuisine and using the very best seasonal ingredients, it’s the place to enjoy lunch, afternoon tea, Sunday lunch and dinner.