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At a glance

Family Friendly

Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.

Leisure Break Venue

The hotel offers a range of leisure facilities and treatments although it is not a specialised spa. Children’s swimming times are restricted.

Hen Friendly

The hotel welcomes visiting groups and hen parties.

Golf Resort

Created in 1929 by designer J.H Taylor, an 18-hole golf course surrounds the hotel.

Convenient Location

Despite its rural surroundings, Selsdon Park is just 15 minutes off the M25 and is just 20 minutes from Gatwick Airport.

Architectual Excellence

Retaining many of its original architectural features, the manor house dates back to 1875.

Location

Selsdon Park

Selsdon Park, Addington Road, Sanderstead, South Croydon, CR2 8YA
CR2 8YA

Sanderstead, Surrey, 3 miles SE of Croydon.

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Spa & Leisure

Ensconced within the historic surroundings of Selsdon Park Hotel, the Beauty Rooms & Health Club have undergone major refurbishment in 2012 which has enhanced its leisure offering and increased the facilities that complement adjoining Beauty Rooms.

Incorporating the extensive grounds into the health and fitness activities, there are two tennis courts, squash courts, croquet and a jogging trail outside; while inside there is also a lagoon shaped pool, a sauna, steam room and a gym. In addition, the Beauty Rooms mean guests can enjoy a range of treatments to complete the experience as well.

Hotel & Accommodation

A Neo-Jacobean mansion set in 205 acres of Surrey countryside, Selsdon Park retains many of its original architectural features while the inside has been renovated to incorporate contemporary furnishings and facilities including 200 bedrooms that look out onto the hotel’s other key asset – the golf course.

With huge windows, which of course allow for a panoramic view of the golf course, the Cedar Restaurant is an award-winning eaterie offering a variety of choices to suit all guests. In the oak-panelled confines of The Lounge there is also space for an aperitif or after-dinner drinks by the fire.