Barnett Hill is a seriously hip destination in the Surrey Hills, if we do say so ourselves. Perched atop our Hill and revealing itself at the end of our winding tree-lined drive, Barnett Hill is (in the words of the Telegraph no less) a ‘gingerbread-brick palace’. Contemporary and design-led, the 44 boutique rooms, suites and residences are appointed with oh-so-chic designer furnishings, sure to set hearts aflutter. Spread across the main Mansion House, Courtyard and Gardener’s Cottage, we have something for everyone; from cheeky getaways in our fabulous four-poster suites to countryside escapes with the pooch in our Courtyard rooms.
Barnett Hill was originally the private home of the famed Thomas Cook family, and you’ll feel right at home the minute you arrive at the Hill. It’s a destination where friends and family come together to feast and celebrate, revel in life’s little luxuries and get some seriously deep relaxation. We think you’re going to love it.
3 things to try when you’re there
Try the Silent Pool Gin Garden experience in the summer months.
Book into the Abinger Cookery School on the Weber BBQ Academy, a short drive, to perfect your grill-skill.
Bring you bike (or borrow one of theirs) and get cycling – you’re in the heart of cycle country after all!! – and visit the chocolate-box villages surrounding us, from Cranleigh to Bramley, Albury to Wonersh.
You might not know but..
The Hotel was built as the family home for the Thomas Cook family in 1905, and has served as a Red Cross hospital in WW2.