Nutfield Priory

At a glance

  • Restaurant


    The Cloisters Restaurant has two AA Rosettes for its seasonal menu and there’s a dedicated spa dining area as well.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

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

  • Pre natal


    The spa offers a number of treatments for mums-to-be.

  • Architecture

    Architectural Excellence

    Inspired by the Gothic design of the Palace of Westminster, the hotel evokes a sense of history.

  • Romantic

    Romantic Weekend

    Perhaps it’s the architecture, perhaps it’s the 12 acres of surrounding gardens … either way, this is a romantic destination for a weekend getaway.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The historic hotel has a good range of leisure facilities and treatments separate to the main building.


Nutfield Priory

Nutfield Priory Nutfield, Surrey, RH1 4EL

Nutfield, Surrey – 8 miles from Gatwick Airport, 19 miles from Central London

Spa & Leisure

The health club and spa are a contemporary addition juxtaposing the design of the main hotel area. Facilities include a gym and training zone, over 50 exercise classes, a functional training zone, squash courts, a 13-metre swimming pool, a sauna, steam room and a spa pool. The spa also has its own dining area for relaxed lunches without having to change out of your robe and slippers.

Adding the relaxation factor into the equation, the spa area also includes its own dining area, a manicure and pedicure room, and a number of treatment rooms using Elemis, Bare Minerals, Fake Bake and Jessica products in a selection of treatments and finishing touches, and guests can purchase AromaWorks candles to take the spa experience home.

Please note: The Jacuzzi will be out of order from the 7th of November until the 26th of December 2016

Hotel & Accommodation

A country mansion dating back to 1872, the design of the hotel is typical of the Victorian fascination with all things Gothic. Today, the hotel, surrounded by 12 acres of garden in picturesque Surrey has 60 contemporarily decorated rooms ranging from Classic Rooms to Luxury Suites.

There are two dining areas – Cloisters Restaurant is the fine dining option, overseen by Chef Roger Gadsden and providing a modern British menu. Alternatively, there is The Grand Hall Library and Bar with its carved wooden fireplace and cosy atmosphere for light lunches, afternoon tea, teas, coffees and drinks. Last but by no means least, for those enjoying their spa time, there’s no need to change for lunch as the spa has its own dining area.