Resting in the picturesque town of Weybridge, Oatlands Park Hotel is an 18th-century mansion offering a convenient base for exploring Surrey. London Heathrow airport is approximately a 20-minute drive away, and there is a frequent train service running to London Waterloo from Walton-on-Thames and Weybridge railway stations.
The four star country house hotel is placed amid extensive gardens and stands on the site of the grand royal palaces of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, while the cedar tree outside the hotel was planted by Charles I to celebrate the birth of his son, Henry of Oatlands.
The spacious, individually decorated rooms offer a high level of comfort and boast views of the hotel’s grounds and lake.
The Mulberry Restaurant provides a traditional British menu with dishes prepared using local produce, and features an extensive wine list. Guests can also relax to the sound of a jazz quartet during Sunday lunch or enjoy afternoon tea with homemade sandwiches, scones and cakes.
Groupon’s Guide To Surrey
Located in the South East of England, Surrey offers numerous attractions ranging from historic buildings to contemporary art galleries.
Visitors may start their journey with a visit to the Hampton Court Palace, an imposing palace dating back to the 16th century, former home to royal families. Various animal species may be seen at the British Wildlife Centre, while outdoor activities include Daytona Sandown Park, an exciting place for kart racing enthusiasts. A scenic landscape may be admired while visiting Virginia Water, a town alluring holidaymakers with its ornamental cascade, calm lake and woodland.
Option 1: stay in a classic double room
- £109 for 1 night with dinner
- £179 for 2 nights with dinner on first night
Option 2: stay in a deluxe king room
- £139 for 1 night with dinner and Prosecco
- £209 for 2 nights with dinner and Prosecco on first night
2-course dinner is a set-menu dinner for all options
Classic double rooms have been refurbished now and they are available for Groupon guests - subject to availability