Lingfield Park Marriott Hotel and Country Club

At a glance

  • Wheelchair

    Accessible Spa

    The venue is not large which may provide problems with wheelchair access, however it does offer shower area for anyone with disabilities and a hoist into the pool. Carer goes free to use the leisure facilities.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities.

  • Hen friendly

    Group Venue

    The size and layout of the venue as well as small but neatly formed private dining area make Lingfield Park Marriott an ideal location for group getaways of six to eight people.

  • Horse racing

    Horse Racing

    Hosting a variety of race meetings, family days and music nights, the race course is surveyed by the hotel itself.

  • Golf


    Home of the Surrey PGA Open for three years, the golf course was established in 1897 and is now 200 acres of mature trees, scenic lakes and rolling fairways.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    Purpose built in 2010; the hotel is a contemporary addition to the historic site.

  • Location


    Surrounded by Surrey countryside, Lingfield Park has the benefit of feeling remote whilst being only 45 minutes from London.


Lingfield Park Marriott Hotel and Country Club

Racecourse Road · Lingfield, Surrey

Spa & Leisure

The clue is in the title when it comes to the intentions of the Breathe Spa and Health Club at Lingfield Park: providing facilities to work out and chill out afterwards – there is a gym, swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa bath and thermal suite complete with aroma steam room, a feature shower and an ice fountain – all of which will provide the perfect preamble to a treatment or two whether you are partial to a facial, massage, or scrub, manicure, pedicure, or mud treatment.

Hotel & Accommodation

In 450 acres of Surrey countryside, the Lingfield Marriott hotel is an ultra modern venue overlooking its two sporting raison d'êtres – the golf course and Lingfield Park racecourse. The 116 rooms and suites provide a light, contemporary environment thanks to the large windows that dominate one wall, and are characterised by bright green and red soft furnishings, juxtaposing the course’s historic background having been opened in 1890 by the then Prince of Wales. Meanwhile, the Cyprium Bar & Grill restaurant provides a relaxed atmosphere with dining options including a Chef’s Table, Theatre Kitchen and a terrace overlooking – as you might expect – the golf academy and racecourse, and serving an international menu ranging from burgers to crème brûlée.