With its neo-gothic design, stylish interiors and unique artworks, a stay at Nutfield Priory is a treat for the senses. Indulge yourself in a romantic staycation, which can include fitness classes, a gym workout and game of squash if you’re feeling active, or a tranquil swim, sauna and steam if you just want to wind down. The contemporary spa, which is part of the hotel’s private members' health club, serves light lunches and delivers an array of sumptuous treatments to complete your luxury weekend experience.
Spa and hotel facilities
- Hot Tub
- Steam Room
Why people visit here
Hotel Spa VenueThe historic hotel has a good range of leisure facilities and treatments separate to the main building. The spa offers a number of treatments for mums-to-be.
Family FriendlyChildren are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.
RestaurantThe Cloisters Restaurant has two AA Rosettes for its seasonal menu and there’s a dedicated spa dining area as well.
Architectural ExcellenceInspired by the Gothic design of the Palace of Westminster, the hotel evokes a sense of history. 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.
Nutfield Priory frequently asked questions
- Who owns Nutfield Priory?
- Nutfield Priory is owned by Hand Picked Hotels, which has a group of individually styled country house properties.
- How do you get to Nutfield Priory?
- Nutfield Priory is located in Surrey near Redhill, close to the M25 and London Gatwick airport. It's easily accessible from London with a direct train service to Redhill and there is ample free parking. The nearest motorway link is M25 J6/8; the nearest airport is Gatwick (10 miles) while Heathrow is 36 miles away. The nearest train station is Redhill, which is two miles away.
- What is included in a spa day at Nutfield Priory?
- What's included in a spa day at Nutfield Priory depends on the experience that you book. The spa facilities include a gym and training zone, classes, a functional training zone, squash courts, a 13-metre swimming pool, a sauna, steam room and a Jacuzzi. Nutfield Priory has nine treatment rooms including a dual suite. Therapists use Elemis, [Comfort Zone] and Mii products in a collection of face and body treatments.
- What is near Nutfield Priory?
- Surrounded by 12 acres of garden in picturesque Surrey, Nutfield Priory is within easy reach of London and lots of popular attractions so you can turn your spa break into a weekend of entertainment. Top attractions include: - British Wildlife Centre - Discovery Land at Priory Farm - National Trust - Chartwell - Priory Park
- When was Nutfield Priory built?
- Nutfield Priory is a historic property that was originally built between 1849 and 1854 by owner Thomas Fowler Wood. It was then added to in 1855-59 for the Quaker banker Henry Edward Gurney. Having been home to various owners across the years and has also been a school. In 1988 it became a country house hotel and is now under the ownership of Hand Picked Hotels.
- What amenities does Nutfield Priory have?
- A country house hotel in a historic building that dates back to the 1870s, Nutfield Priory is surrounded by 12 acres of grounds and has 60 stylish bedrooms ranging from Classic Rooms to Luxury Suites. The hotel has two dining areas – Cloisters Restaurant is the fine dining option, with 2 AA rosettes and a modern British menu. Alternatively, there is the cosy Grand Hall Library and Bar for light lunches, afternoon tea and drinks. Spa facilities include a gym and training zone, classes, a functional training zone, squash courts, a 13-metre swimming pool, a sauna, steam room and a Jacuzzi. Nutfield Priory has nine treatment rooms including a dual suite. Therapists use Elemis, [Comfort Zone] and Mii products in a collection of face and body treatments. Accessible facilities include: - Accessible parking and a drop off area - The main hotel entrance has one step and a mobile ramp if needed - Wheelchair knee desk is available at reception - Accessible WC available by the Grand Hall - Two accessible bedrooms - DeafGard alarm is available on request - Accessible toilet by the Grand Hall - Lift to all floors - Restaurant accessible by wheelchair with a ramp - Spa reception is accessed via a set of steps however a chair lift is in place for wheelchair users - Accessible toilet/shower is available on the ground floor from spa reception - Some spa facilities are inaccessible with a wheelchair due to being down a flight of stairs and no lift
- What are the food and drink options at Nutfield Priory?
- The hotel has two dining areas – Cloisters Restaurant is the fine dining option, with 2 AA rosettes and a modern British menu. Alternatively, there is the cosy Grand Hall Library and Bar for light lunches, afternoon tea and drinks.
- How many treatment rooms are there at Nutfield Priory?
- Nutfield Priory has nine treatment rooms including a dual suite. Therapists use Elemis, [Comfort Zone] and Mii products in a collection of face and body treatments.
- What time is check in/check out?
- Check-in at Nutfield Priory is 3pm and check-out is 11am. Spa opening times are 9.00am to 9.00pm Monday to Friday and 9.00am to 5.00pm on Saturday and Sunday. It is recommended however that you check your specific spa booking times before arrival, and that you check for any changes to regular opening times, particularly relating to bank holidays, before you visit.
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