Set amidst acres of Surrey parkland, De Vere Horsley Estate has history and heritage at every turn. Designed and built in 1820 by Sir Charles Barry; the architect of the Houses of Parliament, the house was later the seat of the Lovelace family who enhanced it with the bold architectural features that can still be seen throughout.
Today, the addition of a contemporary management centre, Horsley Place and the renovation of the estates original stables has created modern spaces, including some of our bedrooms, that effortlessly combine with the 19th-century charm of the mansion. From a business meeting to an elegant wedding day, this unique backdrop sets the tone for a memorable event.
Dining here is a relaxed affair, with a modern restaurant and two bars to choose from that serve up the very best of local and seasonal food.
When it’s time to unwind, our collection of modern bedrooms await, whether you choose to stay in the historic towers or contemporary Horsley Place. Or take a stroll through our beautifully-kept grounds. Complete with a terrace, lawn, and lake, they are the ideal place for wandering and relaxing and exploring.
Located just 10 minutes from J10 of the M25 and 6 minutes from Guildford and Dorking, both with direct train routes in London Waterloo.
Free, superfast Wi-Fi with a maximum bandwidth of 100Mb is available throughout the hotel.