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Oatlands Park Hotel
Oatlands Drive

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Overlooking the Broadwater lake and with far reaching views over the Surrey countryside, Oatlands Park Hotel stands within ten acres of picturesque parkland. The beautiful grounds with sweeping lawns and mature towering trees provide a peaceful retreat and the perfect setting for a relaxing break.

Within ten minutes drive of the M25 and close to Heathrow, Oatlands Park is an ideal base from which to explore the River Thames, surrounding countryside and the wealth of history that this part of Surrey has to offer.

Our privately owned historic country house became a hotel in 1856 and stands on the site of the grand Royal Palaces of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. The great cedar tree to the front of the hotel was planted by Charles I to celebrate the birth of his son “Henry of Otelands”.

Enjoy four star comfort and classic English country house style at Oatlands Park. All 144 bedrooms are individually furnished and benefit from 24 hour room service, satellite television, air conditioning and free internet access.

Plan your day over breakfast in the elegant Broadwater Restaurant or on the Restaurant Terrace overlooking the lake. Indulge in a sparkling afternoon tea on the Lawn Terrace with delicious pastries created by our pastry chef or an intimate candlelit dinner for two with the best that contemporary English cuisine has to offer.

At the heart of Oatlands Park is warm, personal yet unobtrusive service designed to make your stay as relaxing as possible.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 144
Number Ensuite: 144
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Name: Broadwater Restaurant

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