Coulsdon Manor Hotel photo #0
Coulsdon Manor Hotel photo #0

Coulsdon Manor Hotel

Location pin

Coulsdon Manor Golf Club, Coulsdon Court Road, Coulsdon, CR5 2LL - 

  • Users

    Up to
    100 guests

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

Set in 140 acres of landscaped parkland, it is the tranquillity of Coulsdon Manor that allows you to forget you are just 15 miles from the centre of London. The estate boasts a wonderful collection of rare trees gathered from all over the world by the Byron family.

Originally built in 1850 the Coulsdon Manor has been tastefully restored to its former glory. The beautiful country house retains many original features from the open fire place to the glass atrium giving a light and airy feel to the hotel. Coulsdon Manor offers all the charm you would expect from a country house making it an idyllic venue for your celebration.

Take time out for yourself with a round of golf on the challenging 18 hole par 70 golf course designed by Harry S Colt.

Capacity & layout

Dining

Dining

up to 50

Theatre

Theatre

up to 100

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 20

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 50

Classroom

Classroom

up to 40

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Catering facilities

Catering facilities

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Stage

Stage

Disabled access

Disabled access

Public transport

Public transport

Premises parking

Premises parking

Overnight accommodation

Overnight accommodation

Breakout rooms

Breakout rooms

Space rules

Cancellation policy

100% refundable 1 day before the event

Location

Reviews

  • Dave Luis (Dave M)

    June 2024

    Staff are great - they employ local people old and young, and they know the customers. Fantastic pub with a good selection of beer and wine - food standard but all reasonably priced. Fantastic pub for a drink in a lovely hotel with lots of character and history.

  • Nick Briggs

    May 2024

    Paula, on reception could not be more polite, attentive, and deservingly exceptional. Every hotel in the UK if not the world should take a leaf out of her book. She made the booking easy after I made a mistake. Catered for my needs with no hesitation and gave an excemploary service that I could not fault. The food was tasty but I prefer the sausages well done. The bar/restaurant staff all had a level of etiquette that would be difficult to be matched. Overall, a good experience. The only downside is that I got put in the wrong room. This wasn't Paula's fault as she wasn't in when I booked in. Still gets a 4 out of 5

  • PINEAPPLE XPRESS

    May 2024

    Managed to get a deal for their afternoon Teas. ThankGod It was worth it, service wonderful and great staff. The food perfect, the freshly made scones was our favourite. The views their is nice, great place to go espcially on a summers day.

  • John Shanley

    April 2024

    This hotel is a bit of a mixed bag to be blunt. Firstly, the good. The staff we have dealt with have been excellent. Friendly, helpful, and attentive. They seem to enjoy their work and like being there. Our room was an excellent size and the views were nice. The bathroom was large, and the shower was the best I've ever experienced in a hotel. The bed was comfortable and the linen fantastic. The food was good and plentiful. However, I would avoid the steak until they have changed their butcher. My sirloin was full of gristle and far too thin but cooked very well nonetheless. Secondly, the bad. Unless you play golf, there is nothing to do here. There is no lounge to relax in, no games room, no gym, no pool, no spa. It is purely a hotel for staying in and going elsewhere to do things. We stayed for two nights, and that is long enough. Thirdly, the ugly. The place is tired. It has an air of faded grandeur and gentile disrepair. The public areas are clean and tidy and well presented, but our room needed a new coat of paint to cover the damp patches in the bathroom and bedroom, the window frames need refreshing, the furniture has seen better days and the facilities need to be looked at, for example, there is no fridge in our room but there is a fridge fuse, so at one point there was one. A fridge is a good thing in a hotel room. The TV is too small for the room, given the distance from it to the bed. The iron left a bad dirty mark on a white shirt when I used it. The ironing board fell apart but was fixable. The tap in the sink tries to soak the front of your trousers, and you can't fill the very small kettle from it. Under miscellaneous points, the place is a bit of a warren and the room numbers on the "named" rooms need to be larger. There should be drinking glasses along side the kettle and cups and that's about it. My wife and I stayed two nights over the Easter weekend in the Highgrove II suite and travelled for pleasure. Would we stay again? Probably if we are in the area but we wouldn't make it a destination in and of itself.

  • kaylee rose Niedermayer

    July 2024

    Staff very friendly and lovely grounds. The hotel is very dated in the rooms and breakfast was very basic and needs Improving. Overall a pleasant stay.