Barnett Hill Hotel

Barnett Hill House, Blackheath Lane, Wonersh, Guildford, GU5 0RF

From £99.00 per person

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It’s time to indulge!

''Please note, this hotel has no wet facilities and offers treatments only'


Cheeky getaway? Meet dream location. Nestled in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that is the Surrey Hills, yet just 15 minutes from the connections of Guildford, Barnett Hill has 55 boutique rooms and suites, two tranquil treatment rooms and one seriously indulgent restaurant. Add hip interiors, a laid-back vibe and a glamorous cocktail bar into the mix and let the feasting, revelling and relaxing begin!

Take the winding, tree-lined driveway up to the top of the hill for your first glimpse of the red-brick mansion house the Telegraph dubbed a “magnificent gingerbread-brick palace”. Grade-II listed, the Queen Anne-style estate was built by the grandson of Thomas Cook (of travel company fame), and gloriously refurbished by Alexander Hotels in a nine-month labour of love.

Beautiful on the outside, step inside and you’ll find bold interior design touches, from the monochrome tiles at your feet to the lavishly arched ceilings overhead. Gaze through dramatic sash windows to 26 acres of glorious gardens beyond, or head out to the terrace for afternoon tea under a canopy of purple wisteria. Weather a bit British? Perch at bar 1905 for a pre-dinner cocktail before indulging in two-AA-Rosette-winning dining at the wood-cladded Oak Room Restaurant.

Like to get out and about? Lace up your walking boots, because there’s heaps to explore right on Barnett Hill’s doorstep. It’s a seven-minute ramble to Blackheath Common, or you could visit one of Surrey Hills’s postcard-pretty villages such as Shere, Abinger Hammer and Bramley. Take a fact-finding mission to the Silent Pool Distillery or Albury Vineyard, visit the woods at Winkworth Arboretum or soak up the history at Hampton Court Palace & Garden.

With a fantastic choice of contemporary Courtyard bedrooms and mansion suites to pick from, a dreamy night’s sleep is guaranteed. But, the icing on the cake has to be the Utopia Treatment Rooms themselves - two zen-like spaces offering signature massages and Templespa facials designed to energise and rejuvenate you, body and soul. 

Popular Facilities

  • 2 AA-rosette winning The Oak Room Restaurant
  • 1905 Bar
  • Stunning gardens
  • Dog-friendly rooms
  • Please note: this venue does not have wet facilities


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1 Night Renew and Refresh Break

  • 1 treatment, up to 40 minutes
  • Overnight accommodation
  • Dinner to the value of £40 per person (food only)
  • Full English breakfast
  • Check in from 3pm - Room departure 11am
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From £199.50 per person

1 Night Celebration Break

  • Overnight accommodation
  • Bottle of chilled Champagne and chocolate dipped strawberries in your room upon arrival
  • Dinner to the value of £40 per person (food only)
  • Full English breakfast
  • Check in from 3pm - Room departure 11am
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From £244.50 per person

2 Night Escape with Treatment

  • 1 treatment, up to 55 minutes
  • 2 Night accommodation
  • Dinner to the value of £40 per person each evening (food only)
  • Full English breakfast each morning
  • Check in from 3pm - Room departure 11am
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From £329.00 per person

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Towel and robes providedTowels yes, Robes and Slippers upon request, when staying
No. of treatment rooms2
Dual treatment roomsNo
Max no. in group2
Lockers availableNo
Product houseTEMPLESPA
Dress for lunchYes
Minimum age18
Local attractionsWinkworth Arboretum, Painshill Park, Surrey Hills, Silent Pool Distillery, Watt's Gallery, Hampton Court Palace & Garden, and RHS Wisley
No. of bedrooms55
Check-in time15:00
Dress codeElegantly smart in restaurant
Hotel Accessible accessYes
Electric car charging pointCan be arranged on request
Car parkingComplimentary
Pets welcomeYes, £40 per dog, per stay on request


  • 2 AA-rosette winning The Oak Room Restaurant
  • 1905 Bar
  • Stunning gardens
  • Dog-friendly rooms
  • Please note: this venue does not have wet facilities

The Spa & Wellness at Barnett Hill Hotel

With its abundance of natural beauty, the spectacular Surrey Hills are a natural tonic to those looking to unwind. But Barnett Hill offers more ways to revive you than just its beautiful location. 

Walk in and drift off, because although there are no pools, thermal or wet facilities here, you will find two tranquil treatment rooms that offer a selection of Templespa and signature Utopia rituals designed to beautify, rejuvenate or relax you.

Bursting with essential oils, Templespa treatments will transport you to the sunny shores of the Mediterranean. So you can arrive at the Utopia Treatment Rooms frazzled, and leave feeling like you’ve just had a two week-holiday somewhere sandy.

The Gym & Fitness at Barnett Hill Hotel

Unless you’ve got a will of iron, sticking to your fitness goals while you’re on a decadent mini break can be tough. But, while there’s no gym or leisure facilities at Barnett Hill, there’s so many ways to have fun and keep fit in the fresh air that you’ll want to take a few moments away from all the pampering and treating yourself. No, really! 

First stop, Barnett Hill’s 26 acres of beautiful gardens. Charge up your FitBit and wander through the pink flowers of the camellia walk, or take the forest path to spot deer. There’s also croquet and giant chess for some friendly competition that will get your pulse racing. 

Venturing further afield you’ll find some stunning Surrey countryside right on the hotel’s doorstep. In fact some of the best hiking spots in England are found nearby, including Box Hill, Leith Hill and the dramatic Devil’s Punch Bowl. 

Bring your bike (or cheat and hire an electric one) because you’ll also find a spectacular range of single-track mountain bike trails. These take you through ancient woodland to some of the highest points in Surrey.

Restaurants & Food at Barnett Hill Hotel

Barnett Hill is a great location if you’re here on an occasion when only the best will do. Get your glad rags on and start your evening of wining and dining perched at the stylish 1905 bar with a perfectly-poured Espresso Martini in front of you. 

Cocktails not your style? Why not try a locally-sourced tipple instead, like a Silent Pool gin and tonic, expertly crafted by a distillery just down the road. 

Admire the plush furnishings and beautiful garden views while you nibble on a burger or sandwich from the bar menu. But if you fancy getting fancy, the wood-cladded Oak Room Restaurant fits the bill. It’s truly something extra-special, boasting laid back luxury, divine dining and two AA rosettes.

Sun-drenched by day and aglow with flickering candlelight by night (there’s also a crackling log fire if it’s chilly) it’s perfect for an intimate rendezvous. Serving up stylish and generous food, menus showcase the best of seasonal produce, sourced from some of the incredible suppliers of the Surrey Hills.

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Barnett Hill Hotel

Barnett Hill Hotel

Barnett Hill House, Blackheath Lane
01342 859 702

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How to get to the Spa?

By train: The nearest train station to Barnett Hill is a mile and half away in Chilworth which has connections to Reading and London Gatwick. There is no taxi rank at this station. Alternatively, Guildford Station is four miles away for a regular fast service that can take you to London Waterloo in just 40 minutes.

By bus: There is a bus stop at Barnett Hill for services to Guildford

By car: Barnett Hill Hotel is about 20 miles from Junction 10 of the M25 at Junction 10, following the A3 to Guildford. The postcode for your satnav is GU5 0RF.

Parking: Guests can park free of charge on-site, and although there’s no electric vehicle charging, it can be arranged on-request at reception.


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5 / 5

The hotel is in the most beautiful setting with immaculate lawns and gorgeous plants. Our room was excellent, large and airy. We had probably the best Full English Breakfast ever! Great to stay in...... Read more

Terrible service
3 / 5

The afternoon tea was very nice, the sandwiches were fresh and the scones were warm and wrapped in a serviette.The cakes were good too. The service however was awful. We were greeted very curtly by...... Read more

Wonderful hotel!
5 / 5

Absolutely lovely hotel, with the friendliest staff! The grounds are beautiful, a stunning courtyard with a large wooded area to explore. Would highly recommend this hotel, we will be returning...... Read more

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Barnett Hill & Utopia Treatment Rooms do afternoon tea?

Afternoon tea is one of Barnett Hill’s favourite pastimes! Whether you're catching up with friends or treating yourself and a loved one to a cosy moment, you’ll indulge in a delightful spread of dainty sandwiches, light-as-air scones with clotted cream, and a variety of delicious patisserie full of interesting flavours. 

Afternoon tea is served in the cosy lounges or out on the terrace so you can admire the purple wisteria that clings to the building. There’s even a doggy afternoon tea so your four-legged friend won’t miss out.

Is there a swimming pool at Barnett Hill & Utopia Treatment Rooms?

No, there’s no swimming pool, just two tranquil treatment rooms which offer a divine selection of Mediterranean-inspired Templespa facials, plus signature Utopia massages, Swedish massages and body scrubs.

Is there accommodation at Barnett Hill & Utopia Treatment Rooms?

Here on an overnight break? You’re in for a treat. There are 55 rooms and suites, and each one is a sumptuous haven. Once the private home of the famed Thomas Cook family, you’ll find contemporary boutique rooms, suites and even whole cottages spread across three buildings - the main mansion house, the courtyard and gardener's cottage.

Rooms range from cosy Comfy Doubles to expansive Luxury Super Kings. Turn the bells and whistles up a notch with a Suite for garden views and lavish bathrooms. But whichever room category you choose you’ll find luxurious linens, Templespa toiletries and comfortable beds for a dreamy night’s sleep.

What are check-in and check-out times at Barnett Hill & Utopia Treatment Rooms?

You can check in at 3pm, while check-out time is 11am. You can get an early check in at 12pm, or a late check out at 2pm for an extra charge. 

Is Barnett Hill & Utopia Treatment Rooms accessible?

Yes, it offers ramp access, disabled toilets and accessible courtyard rooms.

Is there a dress code at Barnett Hill & Utopia Treatment rooms?

The vibe here is very much ‘laid-back luxury’. As such, there’s no strict dress code, except for in the Oak Room Restaurant. Here the dress code is elegantly smart - by that they mean gentlemen don’t need to wear a jacket and tie, but they can’t wear sportswear.

What’s the history of Barnett Hill?

This Queen Anne-style country house dates back to 1905, when it was built by Frank Cook, grandson of the renowned travel agent Thomas Cook, as his family home. Many of Barnett Hill's original features still remain, including the summer house, tea house and greenhouse.

Is Barnett Hill & Utopia Treatment Rooms family-friendly?

While treatments are for those aged 18 and above, Barnett Hill is fabulously family-friendly, with spacious rooms and super-cute sleep teepees for little ones. Welcome rucksacks come complete with crafty kits to kick-start their Barnett Hill adventure, and if the grown-ups want a date night, the hotel can recommend babysitters. 

During the school holidays the restaurant opens early at 6pm for some stress-free family dining. The grounds feature garden games and woodland to explore. And if that’s not enough, Chessington World of Adventures is just a 35-minute drive away. 

Is the Barnett Hill & Utopia Treatment Rooms pet-friendly?

Dogs aren’t just allowed, they’re given a royal welcome at Barnett Hill. The doggy red carpet is rolled out to well-behaved small and medium sized pooches who can stay for £40 in dog-friendly bedrooms and suites, all situated in The Courtyard giving you and your pooch easy access to the acres of grounds.⁠

Dog-friendly rooms at Barnett Hill are kitted out with stylish furnishings and wood/tile flooring. They’ll get their own comfy bed and stylish bowls, and your pampered pooch can dine alongside you on the terrace or bar. They even do a doggy afternoon tea!

Is there a golf club at Barnett Hill & Utopia Treatment Rooms?

No, there’s no golf club at the hotel, but there are plenty nearby. In fact if you love golf, you’re in the right place. Surrey has more golf courses in the Top 100 than any other county. Just eight miles away, Cranleigh Golf & Country Club offers a challenging, yet playable golf course, with the beauty of the surrounding Surrey Hills a constant feature of the course.