Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa - A Hand Picked Hotel
(Nutfield (Nr Redhill))
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- Set within 40 acres of grounds
- Pool, jacuzzi, and spa
- Free parking
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The luxurious 19th century Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa is set within 40 acres of landscaped grounds and offers a relaxing country retreat. Surrounded by the rolling Sussex and Surrey countryside, the scenic location of the Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa is second to none when it comes to peace and tranquillity.
Spend a fabulous break unwinding and being pampered at the Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa, which boasts an indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, gym and an indulgent range of beauty and massage treatments in the lavish spa.
This level of excellence flows through to the elegant Victorian lounges, where you can enjoy traditional afternoon tea, and the sophisticated Cloisters Restaurant, which serves up sumptuous modern British cuisine. Eat, drink and be merry at the Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa with the freshest food, finest wines and the highest level of service.
At the end of a pleasant day at the Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa, retreat to a relaxed and peaceful haven in the spacious, stylish and superbly appointed guest rooms. An elegant en-suite bathroom, large bed and complimentary refreshments make for a good night’s sleep - a guarantee at the Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 3
- Total Rooms Number: 60
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Multilingual Staff
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Trouser Press
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: No
- Steam Room Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: REDHILL
- Distance: 1.5 miles
- Name: GATWICK
- Distance: 5 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Highchairs available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Redhill Distance: 1.5 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Gatwick Distance: 5 miles
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 5.0 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: 4.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1072 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Birthday Surprise Weekend
Stay Date: 10/2017, Serena J wrote this review.
My husband took me here to celebrate my 40th birthday. We stayed on the 2nd floor, check in was swift and we were shown to our rooms. The room itself was a nice size and clean. It overlooked the carpark which was the only downside (will come on to t… See more
My husband took me here to celebrate my 40th birthday. We stayed on the 2nd floor, check in was swift and we were shown to our rooms. The room itself was a nice size and clean. It overlooked the carpark which was the only downside (will come on to that later) We were told nothing about where dinner or breakfast was to be served nor anything about the Spa facilities so off we went to explore. The hotel is amazing and very beautiful. The grounds are tiny we decided to go for a walk and it took about 5 mins.. Dinner was The Cloisters - very nice the food was great and not rushed at all. a special thanks to our waiter (older gentleman he was so great and very animated :) Sleep was fine on the Friday night the room gets hot so the A/C is a welcome benefit Breakfast - we had no idea where breakfast was being served so asked reception. It was served in the same place as dinner. Breakfast was amazing probably one of the nicest fry ups I have ever had! The Spa - Again had no idea about where it was or what to take - we could take our robes and change there. it is not the nicest of walks (across a car park) The Spa is separate addition, as well as having a gym too. We asked reception if we could walk round, I was surprised that no one could show us around which was a shame. I booked a treatment for the Sunday and we went off to the pool. the Pool is very small not that relaxing tbh, the sauna/steam room and jacuzzi are all adequate. Also the reception forgot to give us towels so we had to go back upstairs to get them. We decided to have lunch in the cafe but were told no food so that was a shame but the gym manager very kindly made us a sandwich and cream tea for 2. After we went back to the Pool and this is the time children are allowed so they take up quite a lot of the pool so we didn't hang around and decided to head off to Priory Farm instead. Sat night there was a wedding it was lovely to see the bride and the surroundings. What I didn't like was the drunk guests outside reception/car park shouting swearing etc... there is no double glazing so this was not a great night!. I would come back to the hotel to stay I would not bother with the spa but maybe for the treatments as the one I had was very nice. The Spa needs an upgrade and in more in keeping with the hotel and make the walk a more pleasant one from the hotel there is the space to do it and make it such a nicer experience. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2017, Simon C wrote this review.
First time in this Master Suite room and what a lovely room, with stunning views overlooking the downs, rather than the car park. Tastefully furnished, spacious and lovely bed. Would be absolutely wonderful were it not for the room squeezed into one… See more
First time in this Master Suite room and what a lovely room, with stunning views overlooking the downs, rather than the car park. Tastefully furnished, spacious and lovely bed. Would be absolutely wonderful were it not for the room squeezed into one side of the large footprint, which meant you could hear the next door occupants – and vice versa! Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, flutefairy wrote this review.
We visited Nutfield Priory on the weekend of the 29th /30th September. The hotel is an attractive, Victorian Gothic building with impressive public rooms and is set in a rural location. We booked a standard room – it wasn’t particularly large but was… See more
We visited Nutfield Priory on the weekend of the 29th /30th September. The hotel is an attractive, Victorian Gothic building with impressive public rooms and is set in a rural location. We booked a standard room – it wasn’t particularly large but was clean, comfortable, well- furnished and equipped with all one might need for a short stay. We were pleased to see the room had a safe and air conditioning. The bed was comfortable and we both slept well. Everything in the bedroom was in working order apart from one bedside light – the bulb had blown, however, we reported the matter and the bulb was replaced promptly. Our bathroom was a good size, very clean and had a bath with a shower. We had dinner in the Cloisters restaurant on the first evening. The restaurant is justifiably popular with residents and locals alike so it is advisable to book a table as soon as possible, especially if a particular time is important to you. We didn’t book for dinner until we arrived at the hotel (about 5.00.p.m.) by this time many bookings had already been made and so we were not offered a table until 8.45 pm. which was a little later than we’d hoped for. However, we decided we’d just go to the bar about 8.00 p.m. and have a drink whilst we waited. This proved to be a good idea, firstly, one could browse the menu and order your dinner in advance of sitting down in the restaurant, which saved a little time. Furthermore, our table was made ready for us early, so we were able to sit down about half an hour earlier than planned which suited us very well. The Cloisters restaurant is very attractive and at night is rather romantic with its candle lighting and gothic arches. The food was excellent in every way – quality, quantity, taste and presentation. Service matched the food – excellent throughout the entire evening. Needless to say, we enjoyed ourselves. After our meal we chose to have a drink – one can sit in a variety of places: the bar itself, the grand hall (most attractive with stained glass windows and high ceilings) or the library – another attractive room – less grand than the hall but cosier. We chose the library and enjoyed browsing through some of the books. We ate breakfast in the Cloisters restaurant, we had a window seat and enjoyed the wonderful views over the countryside. A cold buffet is provided and one can also have cooked items brought to your table. The service and quality of the food was very good on both the mornings we were there. The hotel has its own health centre and spa in a separate building about a two- minute walk from the hotel. We used the swimming pool during our stay. The changing rooms were clean and have lockers which require you to punch in your own choice of pass code so you don’t have to worry about getting a coin for the locker or carry a key. The pool itself was a good size (for a hotel pool) and clean. The centre allows children to swim at certain specified times, I think this is a good idea and fair to all guests. We were given information regarding swimming times when we arrived. On the day we visited the pool, about 4.45 on a Saturday afternoon, the pool was virtually empty so it was very easy to have a pleasant, quiet swim. On the Saturday evening we attended a Murder Mystery evening held at the hotel. The entertainment was provided by an outside company but the meal and service was provided by the hotel. This was enjoyable event in all respects: food, entertainment and service were all very good. The hotel has plenty of free parking but the signs to it are currently a little misleading. As one heads up the drive one reaches a junction with the Health Centre sign posted left and the Reception basically straight on. As we were checking into the hotel we took the road towards reception where we found a small car park on our right which was full, parking directly outside the hotel seemed to be reserved for disabled guests or cars just dropping passengers off. We retraced our route and went to the Health Centre car park where there were plenty of spaces and very easy access to the hotel. It seemed to us that the Health Centre car park was actually the main car park for the entire venue although it is not sign posted as such. Overall, we had a very good stay at Nutfield Priory and are likely to visit again in the future. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, mario931 wrote this review.
This property is breath taking and the staff is outstanding: very professional and attentive. The food is flavorsome and the dishes are well presented. The only down side about this property is the spa not being inside the hotel itself, making it in… See more
This property is breath taking and the staff is outstanding: very professional and attentive. The food is flavorsome and the dishes are well presented. The only down side about this property is the spa not being inside the hotel itself, making it inconvenient especially when it rains. Unfortunately the pool area is dated and it desperately needs a refurbishment. Collapse
Evening meal with friends
Stay Date: 07/2017, Nigel010456 wrote this review.
We had not been here for a while, food, service great, nice to have a good fine dinning place local. If you like steak its to die for The building is really a great venue for a 5 star evening or weekend. Will be back in November.
We had not been here for a while, food, service great, nice to have a good fine dinning place local. If you like steak its to die for The building is really a great venue for a 5 star evening or weekend. Will be back in November. Collapse
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