Oatlands Park Hotel

View our
special offers
Located in the heart of Surrey, the origins of the Oatlands Park Hotel hail back to a luxurious palace that King Henry VIII built during the late 1530s. The king desired a special haven that his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, could use at her leisure. Most of the structure was restored in the late-17th century though, following the aftermath of the English Civil War. The Oatlands Park Hotel did not become an actual holiday destination until 1856, when James Watts Peppercorne began operating the location as the South Western Hotel. Many famous international celebrities quickly began staying at the site, including Émile Zola, Fanny Kemble, and Edward Lear. Heritage England even listed the entire estate as a Grade II-listed building. Since the 1980s, this terrific country retreat has continued to operate as the Oatlands Park Hotel to much acclaim.
Image of Guestroom Interior Oatlands Park Hotel, 1856, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Weybridge, England, Location

Location Map

Spend a day touring Surrey and see Hampton Court Palace, the Brooklands Museum, and the Wisley Gardens.

Image of Hotel Exterior Oatlands Park Hotel, 1856, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Weybridge, England, Discover

Discover

Discover the breathtaking Tudor architecture of this outstanding historic hotel.

Image of Guestroom Interior Oatlands Park Hotel, 1856, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Weybridge, England, Explore

Explore

Explore Hampton Court Palace nearby.

Image of Event Space Oatlands Park Hotel, 1856, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Weybridge, England, Experience

Experience

Experience the remarkable Brooklands Museum.

Image of Dining Area Oatlands Park Hotel, 1856, Member of Historic Hotels Worldwide, in Weybridge, England, Taste

Taste

Taste some refreshing afternoon tea at the Oatlands Park Hotel.

View Our Media Gallery

Sign up for our Newsletter

Partners

  • HHA Logo
  • NTHP Logo
  • STE Logo