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Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa
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Reviewed March 28, 2014

Just back from a Spa break at Lythe Hill in Haslemere. From the moment of booking (directly with Nicola at the hotel), the staff were fabulous and were able to cater for our requirements. The Spa manager, Mario was great and took the extra time to book our treatments and organise our lunch. The Spa itself is great, superb facial and pedicure and lovely atmosphere around the pool. Dinner in the evening was amazing - and much more upmarket than expected - fois gras, scallops, monkfish, chateaubriand - all at a reasonable price and expertly cooked. The pianist on the Saturday evening in the bar was fantastic and clearly very talented and the bar staff were helpful, making 'off list' cocktails, such as apple martinis. The 3 of us girls shared a very adequate room with very comfortable beds.
In summary - a beautiful hotel with amazing staff and great facilities. An ideal place to book for a girl's pamper weekend or a quiet romantic dinner with a partner. Thoroughly recommend!

  • Stayed: March 2014, traveled with friends
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Thank BTatts
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Reviewed March 26, 2014

I stayed with my Mum and my sister and we had a fab time! The room was amazing - spacious & clean. The spa was often quiet, relaxing and the treatments were fab. They happily catered for my pregnant sister. Breakfast was vast and yummy, loads available - cooked breakfast, toast & jam, cereals, fruit, yoghurt etc. The staff were great fun, we had good banter with them. We had lunch there too - it was reasonably priced and tasty. The restaurant was empty so they were falling over themselves to serve us and when we said we were a little chilly they moved us to a stunning room with a beautiful open fire. Dinner looked very over priced so we didn't eat there in the evening. The surroundings are stunning - and the location was good, out of the way enough for it to be quiet but shops nearby and the Devils Punchbowl too which was great for a walk.

Overall I'd highly recommend.

  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled with family
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Reviewed March 25, 2014

Upon arriving at the hotel the reception staff were very courteous and helpful, we were however somewhat shocked at an extra £150 being automatically charged to our payment card for 'pre authorisation' (apparently for if you want to use it for any treatments etc.) but there seemed to be no choice in this so if you don't have that money on your card beware! I don't recall seeing anything about this at the time of booking, but I'm sure it's in the small print.

The room itself was lovely really comfy huge bed, nice toiletries, we didn't have robes in our room which it did state at the time of booking. The place is very quiet and we had a great nights sleep, we stayed 2 nights went out on the 2nd day but when we came back the room hadn't been made up so we had to ask reception for someone to come and do this.

The spa itself was fabulous lovely facilities nice clean pool, sauna and steam room and changing facilities very relaxing nice areas to sit outside and look over the lake. The breakfast was very nice but not very warm the restaurant was busy and it appeared there weren't enough staff as we kept having to ask for things that had run out (milk, butter etc.). We opted not to have dinner in the restaurant as it's very expensive and there are lots of nice pubs/restaurants in the nearby town.

I would return for the spa facilities but feel there are niggly things that need to be improved for these sort of prices to put it up there with the best.

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank ruthd1000
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Reviewed March 24, 2014

I booked the hotel for my wife's birthday largely on the strength of the reviews here.

All I can say is don't make the same mistake. The hotel is very ordinary, essentially a travelodge tacked on to a Tudor house of very modest scale. Just how modest you find out when you try to book the restaurant - you'll need to book well in advance to get in.

The rooms are plain and uninviting, exactly what you would expect from a run of the mill business hotel.

The spa is in an outbuilding and claims some affinity with Nefertiti but is a really just a swimming pool with a small sauna and steam room attached. It seems to be something of a haven for locals and the treatments were fully booked - again book early.

We had dinner one night; we were told rather curtly that we could eat early or late the following night so we ate elsewhere. On the night we did eat in the restaurant the food was interesting and the staff reasonably courteous but the portions were vanishingly small; my Gressingham duck garnished with red cabbage was more accurately red cabbage garnished with Gressingham duck.

One of the highlights of a country hotel is breakfast. The ingredients were good but the food was served barely warm having clearly been pre-cooked and "kept warm" much like business hotel chains up and down the country.

It wasn't unpleasant but neither was it notably enjoyable or even friendly; in fact we considered cutting the visit short, staying for one rather than two nights.

It isn't the country house hotel experience that you are led to expect by the website. It might be a good place for a conference or wedding but not so much for a relaxing romantic weekend for two.

Stayed: March 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 24, 2014

Bit of a late review, I stayed here on the valentines weekend with my boyfriend. It was our first weekend away together so we wasn't sure what to expect. On arrival we were greeted by the lovely reception staff and were instantly given an upgrade to the garden suite (Tennesey) which was lovely. The staff in the restaurant were really helpful and attentive, the food was perfect. The hotel grounds and spa are beautiful. We enjoyed every second of our weekend and for our first time it couldn't have been better. We will definitely return.

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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