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. Originally built in 1850 for the Byron family, The Coulsdon Manor hotel has been sensitively restored and extended to include a taxing 18-hole golf course and the award-winning Manor House Restaurant.
The Manor House restaurant has an enviable reputation for first rate food and fine wines while the Terrace Bar is just the place to wind down and enjoy a warming and relaxing atmosphere, where various drinks, snacks and light meals are available throughout the day.
Free parking is available for hotel guests.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel and is free of charge.
Breakfast is served between 07:30 and 09:30 during the week and between 08:00 and 10:00 at the weekends.
Dinner is served between 19:00 until 21:30
Dogs are welcome at a cost of £10 per dog per night.
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From the M23/M25 Junction 7: follow the M23 going north until the road becomes the A23. Proceed for 2.5 miles after which you will pass Coulsdon South Railway Station on the right. Just past the station take the right hand turn, signposted "Old Coulsdon, Caterham (B2030)". Follow this road uphill for 1 mile and turn left just past the pond, then turn left again onto Coulsdon Road (B2030 to Purley). After half a mile turn right into Couldson Court Road. At the end of this road you will find Coulsdon Manor.
Travelling south from London on the A23 - after the major intersection at Purley continue for approximately 1.1 miles then turn left into Stoat's Nest Road (B2030) signposted Caterham. Follow the road for approximately 1 mile. Turn left into Coulsdon Court Road which leads to Coulsdon Manor.
Nearest Station - Coulsdon South: 1.5 Miles
Nearest Airport - London Gatwick: 17.5 Miles