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Mercure Box Hill Burford Bridge Hotel

Location pin

At the Foot of Box Hill, Dorking, RH5 6BX - 

  • Users

    Up to
    150 guests


Set at the foot of Box Hill, Mercure Burford Bridge Hotel is the perfect setting for your big day. From beautiful surroundings to exceptional service, the newly refurbished four-star hotel offers all you could need for a truly special wedding day.
The hotel is licensed to hold civil ceremonies and civil partnerships in three charming function suites. The hotel’s glorious grounds and landscaped gardens also offer delightful settings for relaxed drinks receptions and provide beautiful backdrops for your wedding photos.
The medieval Tithe Barn offers a unique location for your celebrations. The charming barn, complete with a high vaulted ceiling and rustic oak beams, can accommodate up to 200 guests. For smaller wedding parties, we have a fantastic selection of rooms which are perfect for more intimate, private occasions.
Our excellent chefs will work closely with you to design the perfect menu for your wedding breakfast. With a delicious variety of dishes to satisfy a range of tastes, our chefs can create anything from six-course feasts to informal buffets.
When the celebrations come to an end, you and your guests can retire to one of our superb, individually decorated bedrooms. Your guests can enjoy special rates on their rooms, some which boast four-poster beds, stunning panoramic views, exquisite oil paintings and fine antiques.
“Happy ever afters” from just £3999!
Our 2016 all-inclusive package offers you your dream day at an excellent price. The package is based on 60 day guests and is subject to availability. Don’t hesitate to ask for full details today!

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 150

Theatre

Theatre

up to 150

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 20

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 150

Space rules

Cancellation policy

100% refundable 1 day before the event

Location

Reviews

  • Enka G

    March 2024

    The food is always good, I usually am part of a conference when I visit so no comment about the rooms. When I have ordered food, make sure you have plenty of time because it takes a while to come through, also if you want to dine with more then 3 others, you need to book a table ahead of time. They aren't used to having big amounts of people it seems. Every time I have come (4 weekends now) they seem to get overwhelmed with too many people eating! If you plan your meals and book ahead, you should be fine, just don't plan to have a quick meal here!

  • Amanda

    February 2024

    Really warm friendly welcome on arrival and very pleasant and attentive service from the member of staff in the bar so that was all a good start. Have stayed in the hotel a number of times so no surprises re room etc. Decent size, thought the toiletries had been improved (am a bit choosy and rarely use the hotel offerings but these were good). Bathroom (in particular bath panel) slightly shabby and could do with repairing but shower was hot and powerful so that ticks the boxes. Dinner was fine, good choice on the set menu and the house wine as decent quality. Would be nice to be offered some bread with the starter (or maybe I just stay in too many French places where it's a given...). Breakfast slightly disappointing in terms of the 'continental' offering. Lots of Mercure hotels make a feature of using local produce so maybe this is something the hotel could think about, particularly for example jams/honey as the jams on offer weren't great quality. Positive though that cooked breakfast now cooked to order, that's much better than the serve yourself offering.

  • Jason Matthews

    May 2024

    Excellent location if you're there to hike or do anything in the surrounding countryside. The hotel is a bit ragged and needs renovating but having said that, if you don't expect a 5 star all shining experience, you won't be disappointed. The slightly run down decor etc kind of adds to the charm of it being a countryside hotel. Service was good, wifi fast and good, bed comfy, shower great, room facilities ok. I would suggest to the hotel to put room service menus in the room. Having to go to reception to order room service kind of defeats the purpose of not wanting to leave your room. Not a dealbreaker by any means tho. I'd still recommend staying here and will certainly be back myself.

  • Kimberley Pullinger

    May 2024

    I stayed for 3 nights at the hotel whilst away with work. The location was lovely, nice & close to Dorking and brilliant walks up & around Box Hill on your doorstep. The staff were friendly enough although there was a couple of occasions in the restaurant where the lady who I think was the restaurant manager had some inappropriate conversations well within ear shot. The room was very tired & the mattress was awful! I even resorted to sleeping on the floor by the 3rd night. Nice to have had a balcony though.

  • Martin Williams

    April 2024

    Stayed for one night for a wedding. Parking availability good. Check in good. Room with balcony overlooking gardens was lovely. Wedding atmosphere great. But - - service in bar (hotel area not not wedding) was woeful with a surly and sour faced server who quite frankly made us feel like an inconvenience. If this was a pub, I would have walked out and gone elsewhere. - others eating in bar area had misfortune of having food dropped over them. Yes these things happen but combined with the bar sourpuss it made it feel like Fawlty Towers - the bathroom was tired and needs an overhaul. Overall not an experience I would want to repeat until staffing improves and bathrooms upgraded.