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The Haslemere-based Lythe Hill Hotel welcomes travellers with a Tudor facade and four-star facilities. The establishment boasts 22 acres of scenic countryside, as well as a gym, spa and health club. Guests can stay in en suite rooms sporting classic design with a contemporary touch, all equipped with ironing facilities, toiletries and TVs. Spacious beds designed to ensure a good night's sleep are there alongside coffee and tea making facilities that help to start the day with an energy boost. An array of treats ranging from burgers and handcrafted cocktails to classic afternoon tea and carvery lunch awaits foodies at the Wildebeest Restaurant, where views of the hotel's gardens and lake spice up every meal.
Beautiful location, good service and lovely food.
Beautifully decorated hotel in stunningly lush green countryside. We went for afternoon tea & these are often very similar, it was good but the homemade warm scones were to die for.
Lovely location, delicious afternoon tea and attentive staff
Lovely hotel and staff in restaurant very friendly and attentive but as stated by someone else scones hard and felt stale
Lovely afternoon tea, nice oldie Tom we served in, recommend this place.
Lovely views, very pleasant staff. Very chilled surroundings.
Had afternoon tea on two occasions with the voucher, the first was disappointing with very hard scones, the second was delightful.
We loved our stay! Amazing staff lovely room great food. The view whilst having our meals were stunning. We enjoyed it so much that we booked it again the day we got home to go back next month.
Friendly staff, very quickly came and asked if we'd like a refill on our tea. Good afternoon tea (we opted for the Prosecco version, which made it even better value!). Fresh sandwiches, good selection of mini cakes. I found the scones a little dry, but otherwise, very nice.
Had a table in the window, overlooking the grounds, which was really pretty.
The venue is beautiful. And the staff were very attentive and friendly.
The tea left a lot to be desired unfortunately. The scones and brownie were very hard and dry. For the price point it was fine but sadly not really up to a good standard food wise.
Lythe Hill Hotel