Macdonald Frimley Hall

At a glance

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Break Venue

    While not a specialised spa, the hotel offers a range of leisure facilities and treatments in a separate building to the accommodation. Please note, children's swim times are: Weekdays 3.00pm-6.30pm, Weekends and Bank Holidays 9.30am-11.00am & 4.00pm-6.30pm

  • Carer

    Carer Goes Free

    Carers are invited to accompany guests and use the facilities free of charge.

  • Wheelchair

    Accessible Spa

    The hotel has accessible bedrooms and toilet facilities. However, the spa and hotel are in separate buildings and there are stairs down to the gym, changing rooms and pool. Staff are on hand to provide assistance.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    The hotel welcomes families and the surrounding area offers much by way of entertainment.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Near to many family attractions including Legoland, Chessington and Thorpe Park. Explore the 2012 Olympic venues or race to see Royal Ascot.

  • Horse racing

    Horse Racing

    Royal Ascot is within easy reach of the hotel.

Location

Macdonald Frimley Hall

Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa, Lime Avenue, Off Portsmouth Road, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 2BG
GU15 2BG

Camberley, Surrey

Spa & Leisure

The Leisure Club and Spa at Frimley Hall embody an all-round attitude to health and fitness providing facilities that include a gym, 17-metre pool, sauna, steam room, poolside loungers and a relaxation suite.

There are also five treatment rooms, and as is the tried and tested formula of the Macdonald clan to which the hotel belongs, there is a collection of face and body treatments available from Elemis, as well as using Jessica Nails products to offer manicures and pedicures.

Hotel & Accommodation

Surrounded by Surrey countryside and woodland, Frimley Hall is a Victorian manor house that was once the private abode of wildlife artist, David Shepherd. Today however it provides the bolthole for many a visitor to the Camberley area with 98 bedrooms that offer subtle but nonetheless contemporary design throughout.

Having been awarded two AA Rosettes, the Linden Restaurant provides the fine dining option at the hotel – shifting from light and bright in the day, to candlelit in the evening. The Sandhurst Bar and Gold Room on the other hand is a more relaxed environment that is open throughout the day for afternoon tea, drinks, and light bites overlooking the gardens.