Coulsdon Manor Hotel & Golf Club

Surrey, England

Coulsdon Manor Hotel & Golf Club overview

Set in 140 acres of picturesque Surrey countryside, this 4-star manor house hotel was originally built for the Byron family in the 1850's.

Golf Courses

Designed by Harry S. Colt, of Wentworth and Sunningdale fame, Coulsdon Manor Golf Course is a mature parkland course that measures 6037 yards and winds its way around the hotel.

There is a plethora of other courses in the surrounding Surrey countryside, including Farleigh Golf Club. Situated just 25-minutes from Coulsdon Manor, this beautiful John Jacobs design includes 27-holes in a stunning woodland setting and an array of practice facilities.

Accommodation

It has been extended to 35 bedrooms yet has lost none of its intimate charm and aesthetic qualities.

Restaurant & Bars

The estate boasts a rare collection of trees collected from all over the world by Thomas Byron as well as the AA award winning Manor House Restaurant which serves fine cuisine. The Terrace Bar is also on hand to provide lighter snacks and outdoor refreshments.

Location

Coulsdon Manor & Golf Club is located in Old Coulsdon, Surrey (off Junction 7 of the M25, 15 miles from central London)

Coulsdon Manor Golf Course

Style: Parkland

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