Ghyll Manor Hotel
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Ghyll Manor is a stunning 17th century country house hotel nestled in the heart of 40 acres of private Sussex countryside. Boasting original features throughout and an award winning restaurant, it makes the perfect venue for a romantic break, or stay in the country.
All of the room types at the Ghyll Manor feature en suite bathrooms, flat screen TV with selected Freeview channels, complimentary Wi-Fi, Ipod docking station, tea/coffee making facilities, telephone, complimentary car parking, complimentary use of gym. You can also upgrade to a Superior room for that extra special touch, some of these rooms have stunning views over the grounds or courtyard and fourposter bed and/or separate lounge. Many are in the original 16th century main house and boast original features. Or for more luxury the Feature rooms located within the original 16th century main house, are 9 Individually designed double rooms that boast original features, some with four poster bed, all oozing character, elegance and charm.
Alternatively you can stay in Ghyll Manor cottage an utterly charming 17th Centuray two bedroomed self catering cottage, set across two floors it comfortably sleeps four guest in its one twin and one double room. You will have your own private driveway and parking, downstairs you will find a gallery style kitchen, leading through to a cosy lounge and dining area as well as a secluded private garden.
Ghyll Manor is ideally located for you to enjoy many local attractions right on your doorstep, from a day trip to the seaside to exploring a National Trust Property this part of the country is a wonder to explore.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 29
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: Horsham Station
- Distance: 8 kilometres
- Name: GATWICK AIRPORT
- Distance: 13 kilometres
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 09:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Horsham Station Distance: 8 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Gatwick Airport Distance: 13 kilometres
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 5.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 503 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Lovely and relaxing
Stay Date: 13/02/2016, a customer aged 25-44 from United Kingdom who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
The hotel was lovely. We stayed in a feature room which was well worth it. It was like a large suite. The food was lovely and the staff were very friendly and efficient. It's a shame that the little details of the building maintenance aren't up to th… See more
The hotel was lovely. We stayed in a feature room which was well worth it. It was like a large suite. The food was lovely and the staff were very friendly and efficient. It's a shame that the little details of the building maintenance aren't up to the same standard. A lick of paint and a sweep round in the courtyard would make all the difference. This doesn't however distract from what a lovely building this is and so very comfortable. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 5 out of 5
- Breakfast: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
Stay Date: 02/2017, Arthur2359 wrote this review.
I moved from London to Horsham and have been dinning out in different places after having hundreds of restaurants on my door step. I was told about Ghyll manor and a new chef taking over so decided to pay it a visit. I read trip adviser and was nearl… See more
I moved from London to Horsham and have been dinning out in different places after having hundreds of restaurants on my door step. I was told about Ghyll manor and a new chef taking over so decided to pay it a visit. I read trip adviser and was nearly put off by the last review but decided to go any way. The food was stunning and beautifully presented. The flavours were great and in season! Not an asparagus in sight! We had the squash soup to start and I had the cuttlefish, which I have never had before. It was beautiful, tender, and full off flavour. Then I had the pork and my wife had the pheasant both dishes were cooked well and tasted wonderful. I didn't order sides at first but added French beans which came out hot, steaming and quick. The dessert was a dream. I had the chocolate mousse and chocolate ice cream and my wife had the tart. Both were a dream and my wife scoffed hers and stole as much of mine as she could. We had a couple bottles of wine and a coffe to finish and spent just under £100. I have eaten at the Square, Petros, last year and was blown away by them. Ghyll restaurant was up there with them and I am heading back next pay day with some friends in two weeks time. Go and check it out for yourselves and don't be put off with the review before. That guy thought lamb shank and smoked salmon starter was excellent!!!! (Look at his reviews) I will add photos of our dishes. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, HagridCambs wrote this review.
Stayed here for two nights. The staff were friendly and helpful. The building and grounds are very picturesque. There are a number of areas to sit and enjoy a drink. Our room was very good, clean and tidy with a view over the grounds. We have stayed … See more
Stayed here for two nights. The staff were friendly and helpful. The building and grounds are very picturesque. There are a number of areas to sit and enjoy a drink. Our room was very good, clean and tidy with a view over the grounds. We have stayed at a number of country house hotels and this was as good as most. We had booked a dinner bed and breakfast break. The breakfast was the usual cereals ,toast, pastries etc. and there were also hot choices, such as a full English breakfast (which was good and tasty). The evening three course meal was disappointing. Firstly, we found that if you wanted veg, chips etc. with your meal these were charged at three pounds each. The portions were big enough for two, however, did not expect this extra charge. The food was not particularly exciting to the point where I had the same both nights. The food varied from lukewarm to piping hot. The main courses we ate were fairly bland and lacked any colour as if they had been cooked in a water bath. The fish (cod) had skin that had not been seared and as a result looked watery. As stated earlier we have stayed at a number of country house hotels, this was probably the least exciting menu I have seen. I would return, but, only on a bed and breakfast basis. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, tattoowidow wrote this review.
Visited yet again. This time for my husband's birthday. We absolutely love this place. We always feel so relaxed here and we have got to know the staff pretty well. Thank you so much to all. A special thanks to Pat (who lovingly made a birthday … See more
Visited yet again. This time for my husband's birthday. We absolutely love this place. We always feel so relaxed here and we have got to know the staff pretty well. Thank you so much to all. A special thanks to Pat (who lovingly made a birthday fruit cake for my husband) and got Bruno to join in and sing happy birthday to him! Would also like to give our compliments to the new head chef on a fantastic new menu (this is the first time that I have tried cuttlefish and thoroughly enjoyed it) and also whoever put together my husband's favourite (cauliflower cheese and mash) - thank you. We shall be back, but not sure yet when. Thank you all again. Collapse
could do better
Stay Date: 02/2017, Daniel P wrote this review.
Nice hotel. Good grounds . Sadly under Gatwick flight path. Beds bit on short side in outside accommodation. The worst thing is evening dining . They have a set menu ,but then expect you to pay £3 a portion for vegetablesand £6 for a cheese selecti… See more
Nice hotel. Good grounds . Sadly under Gatwick flight path. Beds bit on short side in outside accommodation. The worst thing is evening dining . They have a set menu ,but then expect you to pay £3 a portion for vegetablesand £6 for a cheese selection which is very steep and old fashioned in this modern era. Will put me off dining there again Collapse
Room good, dinners quirky
Stay Date: 02/2017, AlbertfromDorset wrote this review.
As expected, this is a country house hotel in massive gardens, some of which are neglected. We were upgraded to a better room as there was a wedding the day after we arrived. It was a courtyard "cottage" - actually a very well appointed, quiet, ver… See more
As expected, this is a country house hotel in massive gardens, some of which are neglected. We were upgraded to a better room as there was a wedding the day after we arrived. It was a courtyard "cottage" - actually a very well appointed, quiet, very long room with bathroom (with fittings for the disabled), and sleeping space and lounge combined but separated by a proper wardrobe. Despite being only single-glazed (probably like the rest of the older parts of the premises) it was very warm inside - very welcome as the weather was very cold. There were 2 tvs, kettle, tea and coffee, and two wineglasses. It suited us well. Breakfast had a good varied buffet for cold food, but we found the dinner food rather strange. The first and main courses were of similar size, and the vegetable seemed to be mainly Asian-style. The food was quite highly flavoured, which was not to our liking, and extra vegetables are charged extra. Indeed, vegetables and fruit were not very evident in the menus. Food was hot, and service was as you would expect for food cooked to order, but frankly we were not keen on the dinners. The menu was unchanging during our stay of 3 nights - surprising for a place of this style - and the charge of around £35 charge for dinner if not on inclusive terms was, to our minds, well over the top. Drinks were rather expensive, too, but what infuriated me was the inclusion on the bill of a "discretionary gratuity" - which on the first night was £5.00 for two glasses of wine! I had this removed, but nobody could explain how the £5.00 was calculated. This seems to me to be a rip-off, and it took the edge off what otherwise would have been an excellent stay, and in a country-house hotel quite inexcusable.. Other people may have different views about the food, but I would not come here again for the dinners - or to be insulted by the attempts to inflate the bills. Hence my low rating. Collapse
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