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awarded 4 stars by the AA hotel guide and 2 AA rosettes for the ‘Oak Room restaurant’.


Barnett Hill now boosts 18 ‘new look’ luxury bedrooms including 4 splendid master suites.


The newly renovated ‘Garden Room’ is now bookable for conferences for up to 60 delegates, as-well as the bespoke ‘Pavilion’, a private and exclusive dining space set within the hotel’s gardens, perfect for creative, intimate summer meetings or after dinner drinks.


Each bedroom and public space you enter will fill you with excitement and even a little sexiness and oozes personal touch where each design element and piece of furniture is hand-picked by the hotel to deliver on ‘ultimate guest experience’.


The historic Hog’s Back Hotel and Spa Farnham is moving forward with beautiful refurbishments reinstating it as the pride of the community. The Ballroom is now the perfect venue for all, with modern wireless technology and ceiling mounted screen and projectors making an enormous impression on conference delegates and the decadent mirrored wall giving the room a grand atmosphere for weddings and parties alike. Couples can now also take advantage of the stunning views of the Surrey Hills,


capturing some photos of their special day in the new wedding pavilion. The experience doesn’t stop there as their leisure and spa facilities have also been refurbished, alongside the conservatory which is a beautifully atmospheric setting for afternoon tea.


For information on these and other hotels and conference venues in the Guildford and Surrey area, go to:


www.visitguildford.com


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