Woodlands Park Hotel - A Hand Picked Hotel
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Set in 10 acres of scenic Surrey countryside the Woodlands Park Hotel - A Hand Picked Hotel is a secluded retreat where you can leave behind the stresses of daily life.
The hotel is well connected with transport links, as the M25 and Cobham & Stoke d'Abernon train station are just minutes away in the car, and it is a great spot from which to access Central London. At the hotel you can spend some time relaxing, soaking up the fresh air and visiting fantastic nearby attractions such as Hampton Court Palace, Wisley Gardens and Denbies Vineyard.
All of the rooms at the Woodlands Park Hotel are designed with your comfortable stay in mind. Each of the beautifully appointed guest rooms features an en-suite bathroom, 42” plasma TV, DVD player, air-conditioning, bespoke toiletries, complimentary refreshments and free Wi-Fi internet access.
For delicious meals served throughout the day, be sure to check out both the Oak Room- and Bensons Restaurant. The Oak Room is an award-winning restaurant which is a great spot for some fine dining, whereas the Bensons Restaurant offers a more informal dining experience with plenty of tasty light bites. The Grand Hall is also a must-see at the hotel, and here you can enjoy a smooth morning coffee or indulgent afternoon tea. As a guest at the Woodlands Park Hotel - A Hand Picked Hotel, you can also make use of free on-site parking and croquet lawn.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 3
- Total Rooms Number: 57
- 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)
- Sofa Beds Children Only: 16
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: COBHAM
- Distance: 1 mile
- Name: HEATHROW
- Distance: 16 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 09:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Highchairs available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Cobham Distance: 1 mile
- Nearest Airport Name: Heathrow Distance: 16 miles
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 3.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 613 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Short Break in Cobham
Stay Date: 05/05/2007, a customer from KENT who stayed in this hotel rated this hotel.
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 3 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
Attractive hotel needs larger breakfast room
Stay Date: 01/2017, ThomasMann11 wrote this review.
This is an attractive country house hotel. Our room was adequate. We saw a suite, which was huge but some cobwebs had escaped the attention of the staff. We arrived for breakfast before 10 a.m. on a Sunday morning but could not be seated until after … See more
This is an attractive country house hotel. Our room was adequate. We saw a suite, which was huge but some cobwebs had escaped the attention of the staff. We arrived for breakfast before 10 a.m. on a Sunday morning but could not be seated until after 10.45. The staff were clearly embarrassed and brought us coffee and tea but I do not think this is acceptable. Many other guests had similar waits. Collapse
A Tired Old Lady
Stay Date: 01/2017, vince c wrote this review.
I arrived at the hotel on Friday evening. It's in the middle of the countryside but only a five minute drive from Cobham. Woodlands Park must once have been a very grand house but now she needs a complete makeover. The oak lined entrance hall leads t… See more
I arrived at the hotel on Friday evening. It's in the middle of the countryside but only a five minute drive from Cobham. Woodlands Park must once have been a very grand house but now she needs a complete makeover. The oak lined entrance hall leads to a very large reception area and bar which would seat sixty people comfortably. But even with an open fire, it's not very welcoming. Like most hotels they want a copy of a credit card at registration. This hotel does not take debit cards for that purpose!!! I dont have a credit card so had to pay up front for the room and then paid at the table for my meal taken later that evening. I was sharing a room with my son. We had room 20 on the first floor which was spacious. I imagine all the rooms are quiet given the location of the hotel. Our room was in desperate need of a makeover to bring it into the 21st Century. It had coffee and tee making facilities and a safe and WiFi and was comfortable. The bathroom was also adequate but needed some attention to browning decor and rotten woodwork. Shower was strong enough and easy to operate. We ate in the Brasserie and had a very pleasant meal where the mains are priced between £12 (Cottage Pie) and £25 Rib Eye. Good selection of deserts and good service although there were only four others in the restaurant. This could be an amazing weekend retreat but it needs someone with great vision and very deep pockets. The best thing about the visit was that I used Uber for the first time. It was simply excellent and at the other end of the scale from the concept that is Woodlands Park. Collapse
Excellent location and Service attention required to booking and administration
Stay Date: 01/2017, coatesrogerc wrote this review.
Booked for a funeral reception as it is a lovely setting and close to the local Crematorium this hotel would have scored 5 Star + for the setting, quality of entertaining space , the excellent waiter service and excellent catering. Our guests thoro… See more
Booked for a funeral reception as it is a lovely setting and close to the local Crematorium this hotel would have scored 5 Star + for the setting, quality of entertaining space , the excellent waiter service and excellent catering. Our guests thoroughly enjoyed their experience and the food provided. As a customer the only issue I need to raise with management is the viewing ,booking , confirmation and billing arrangements which need some attention, Funerals are a stressful time with much to arrange and it would have helped if the process of booking and confirmation had been somewhat smoother. It really boiled down to pot luck who was on duty on the day when one called either by telephone or face to face. If one called at the wrong time of day one was asked to call back when someone from the events team was "in". Whilst I am sure this works for the business customers there are us poor souls - private individuals who sometimes need to use the service and this is often arranged outside 0900- 1700 especially as the Hotel is located near the crematorium. So training staff to deal with first line conference or event enquiries would really help! Another point is that when we did get into the booking process we felt we were constantly on an upsell escalator. As matters transpired we did take a larger room as our guest numbers swelled but we remained conscious of the minimum catering numbers for the rooms we were considering to avoid additional unnecessary cost. Email confirmations were slow to come and we had to chase. Hassle we could have done without. We were offered the facility to display images on the day. Naturally we assumed there would be a PC to host the images we had emailed over earlier as the conversation by telephone the previous evening had assured us that they would be loaded and ready when we arrvied. We received an email shortly before the funeral when we were travelling advising us that a Television would be provided to allow us to dock our Laptop or Ipad to it ! I must confess given the previous evening's conversation a laptop or ipad was not top of the list of items we had considered taking in the limo following the Hearse. When we arrived at the venue we had to request a laptop which was duly provided and having brought a USB stick with our images as a back up we were able to proceed. A little more clarity and consistency would help. In summary lovely location, well appointed and furnished conference rooms, fabulous food but really some work to do on the customer service front for non business users. Therefore only 4 stars. Collapse
A hotel from another time
Stay Date: 01/2017, Debbie H wrote this review.
This is a stunning hotel with a fabulous open hall with a roaring fire, comfortable sofas and with the air of a country estate from a different time. Wonderful, discreet staff who are on hand at any time.
This is a stunning hotel with a fabulous open hall with a roaring fire, comfortable sofas and with the air of a country estate from a different time. Wonderful, discreet staff who are on hand at any time. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2016, samroz3 wrote this review.
Was surprised by my wonderful partner to be brought to the hotel for Christmas Eve and Christmas. The reception staff were friendly and we were shown to our room which was was nice, i wasn't the most luxurious room I had been in it but it was ok a… See more
Was surprised by my wonderful partner to be brought to the hotel for Christmas Eve and Christmas. The reception staff were friendly and we were shown to our room which was was nice, i wasn't the most luxurious room I had been in it but it was ok and the bed was comfortable. The bath was deep, but probably needed a bit of an update. On our first night included in the package we had a champagne reception with canapés, considering we were amongst the first people in the lounge we had to wait for our canapés while everyone who was older than us appeared to get theirs first with their champagne. At dinner we ordered and had our starter, my partner bought wine one waiter kept topping up my glass 3 times and not my partners until my partner told him to stop. We waited 30 minutes and whilst again we watched older people getting served their mains, considering we were amongst the third couple into the dining room did not receive our main. When we asked we were told there was a mix up in the kitchen and that they would now cook it. Not being happy with this because no one would have noticed if we hadn't said anything, I asked how they were going to rectify the situation, as it did somewhat spoilt our mood, especially as we had hoped to have drank our wine with the dinner. To be fair the guniea fowl that we had was delicious an the Manager came over to apologise and after some grumbling from ourselves offered us a complimentary bottle of champagne. We had breakfast the next day and one of the female members of staff that served us was rather miserable, other than that breakfast was good but we did have to ask for sauces and also grab a butter on another table as we were not provided with any. Also the service never asked if we needed more toast or a top up of tea. For Christmas dinner there was too much, we had a ham hock and liver pate terrine which was nice, I don't like salmon so they allowed me to swop it for a vegetarian option of leek and potato soup which I didn't much care for, the turkey dinner was pleasant with all the trimmings, we were then given stilton cheese and crackers, I don't like stilton so I ate little of this, and for dessert I opted for the chocolate tarte with cherry ice cream, the cherry ice cream was divine and my favourite but I felt the tart base was too crisp and dense. We were then give mini mince pies, and fudge that was overly sweet. We had crackers on the table which had good quality things inside them, and also blowers and party poppers which added an element of fun. Service this time must have been told to keep a watchful eye on us after our complaint, and we were served swiftly and the service this time was personable, friendly and good. There was a buffet put on later in the evening and my partner really enjoyed the food from that, they put on a good spread and I particularly enjoyed the mini steak pies that were there. However, not many guests attended the buffet and my only hope is that they did not throw the food away as this would be a great waste as there were loads left. My partner ended our night in the lounge drinking cocktails and champagne from the bar, the bar staff were polite and gave quick service, and one lady server at the bar made me a white russian at my request because it wasn't on the menu, and it was good. My partner and I sat by the fire and there were not many other customers around, we even asked the Night Manager if we could buy a drink after the bar had closed and he allowed us to do this with it being Christmas. The music was relaxing and it was romantic to sit by the fire together, but I wish that the hotel had put on a disco or some more festive music. My partner mentioned that hotel had said there might be a visit from santa and this never happened. My partner said he also chose the hotel because it advertised acres to walk around, and there was not much of a ground to walk around so he was a bit disappointed when we went for a stretch of the legs on Christmas Day. All in all it was a pleasant stay, yes the service got it wrong and we had to complain but we were offered something as an apology eventually so I was satisfied how it was handled in the end, the service during Christmas was exemplary, but the service at breakfast was a bit hit and miss, although this was not a big thing. Overall, I feel that the stay was pleasant but could have been better in places. Collapse
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