Situated in an idyllic Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Haslemere is possibly one of the most attractive of Surrey's abundant small towns. A short break in a Haslemere hotel is the perfect opportunity to soak up all of the town and the surrounding countryside's charm and beauty. The hotel is situated a short distance outside Haslemere, nestled in more than 20 acres of sumptuous woodland at Branksome Place. Haslemere is easily reached from both the south coast and London making it an ideal location for businesses conferences and training days.
Haslemere rose to prominence during the reign of Elizabeth I as a market town and many of the attractive buildings, as well as the layout of the town, originate from this era. Today the town centre is filled with many independent shops, restaurants and bars, which give Haslemere a lively atmosphere. The larger town of Guildford is around 15 miles to the north of Haslemere and makes for a good day out.
The Surrey Hills that surround the town are also good day tripping options for anyone staying at a hotel in Haslemere. Blackdown and Gibbert Hill are among the highest hills in the region and much of the area is cared for by the National Trust. Blackdown was a favourite location for one of Haslemere's most famous residents, the former poet laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson. Further afield, top tourist attractions include the expansive grounds of Petworth House and the Goodwood Estate with its horse and motor racing events. A fun family day out can be had at Birdworld, the UK's largest bird park, which is just over 20 minutes from this Haslemere hotel.
Branksome Place has some of the best conference and training facilities in Haslemere, with 33 of the highest quality meeting and training rooms available for hire. Free internet access is available throughout, as well as top of the range audio visual equipment. All catering needs for up to 150 attendees can be taken care of at the venue in its stylish restaurant and bar.