Denbies Vineyard Hotel

Located in Dorking, Denbies Vineyard Hotel is within a 15-minute drive of Surrey Hills and Chessington World of Adventures. This 4-star hotel is 8.7 mi (14 km) from Epsom Downs Racecourse and 11.7 mi (18.8 km) from Sandown Park.Make yourself at home in one of the 17 guestrooms.Enjoy a meal at the r...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Located in Dorking, Denbies Vineyard Hotel is within a 15-minute drive of Surrey Hills and Chessington World of Adventures. This 4-star hotel is 8.7 mi (14 km) from Epsom Downs Racecourse and 11.7 mi (18.8 km) from Sandown Park.Make yourself at home in one of the 17 guestrooms.Enjoy a meal at the restaurant or snacks in the hotel's coffee shop/café. Wrap up your day with a drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary breakfast is included.Take advantage of recreation opportunities including a health club and bicycles to rent. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access and wed...

Denbies Wine Estate Bradley Lane - Dorking, England - UK - RH5 6AA

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Great place to stay

Reviewed 8 december, 2022

Stayed here many times over the past 4 years and have to say, it’s probably one of the best places to sleep and eat in the area. Staff are really friendly, food is good and the wine is great. Rooms are clean, spacious and well equipped. Breakfast has always been a treat and I wouldn’t hesitate to come back again should the need arise. Well done to the team.


A bizarre and disappointing experience.

Reviewed 3 december, 2022

On the afternoon of the day I was due to check in, I spoke by telephone to the hotel and said I would be arriving sometime between 8.30pm and 9.30pm. I was told this was fine. I arrived at 9.10pm, there was nobody at reception. After waiting for ten minutes I tried telephoning the hotel, leaving multiple answerphone messages. I could hear the phone ringing unanswered through a locked door! Eventually I gave up and sought assistance from the venue around the corner, where a christmas party was happening. The staff at the other venue managed to track down a manager who contacted a hotel receptionist. The staff at the other venue were really helpful and apologetic even though they weren't responsible for the hotels. When I spoke to the reception I said I had been waiting since 9.10pm (by this point it was 9.55pm), he just said he had just arrived. No apology. I eventually got in my room at 10.03am, 53 minutes after arrival at reception. The level of service I experienced would be what I may expect from a cheap hostel, not a £145 a night hotel. There was a lot right about the room. There was complimentary bottled water and a coffee machine (with coffee pods). The room was pleasant and clean. Yet there were a few things odd. There were plenty of towels provided, but none of them were very big. I am a stocky but not fat man and I could only just fit the biggest towel around my waist. I may not expect large towels at a budget hotel, but for £145 this was my expectation. The bathroom contained a large comfortable bath. But there was no bubble bath provided! Just a few tiny containers of toiletries including one described as shampoo/body wash / shower gel. So I had a bath but with nothing added. Again, I don't expect bubble bath in a budget hotel, but in a £145 hotel this is my expectation. Also I was surprised when I was in the bath to spot a shower mat folded behind the sink. I had used the shower the night before with no shower mat - it had been hidden away out of my eyeliner and was only visible from the bath! The walls were paper thin. At 1am some drunk people arrived, probably from the party next door. They weren't being particularly noisy or rowdy, just standard drunk loud talking. Yet in my room they sounded so loud. I was woken up, and I am usually a deep sleeper. It sounded like they were next to me. Even without the 53 minute check in, this hotel was not worth anything near £145. If you want to visit Denbies Vineyard, I suggest you find a chain hotel in or around Dorking and travel to the Vineyard without staying there. As a positive, it was a great breakfast. You could help yourself to tasty juices, cereal and pasties. Then there was a choice of hot food - I had the full English and it didn't disappoint. This venue is close to being a good offering, but there are too many basic mistakes. The delay in check in was unforgivable. I was considering my options of either getting a £100 uber home or getting a new hotel in Dorking, but at 9.30pm at night when you are trying to have a relaxing night away this is not what you want. I was looking forward to chilling out in my hotel room before bed watching a film, I don't get away often and was annoyed at losing an hour of relaxation. The amenities in the room are not becoming of a £145 charge. This hotel is not good value and is, from my experience, shambolically organised.


Don’t miss this brilliant small hotel. Food to die for!

Reviewed 21 november, 2022

Fabulous! I stayed here some time ago when it was a charming B&B but they have invested £££ and turned into a real destination hotel. Beautiful modern room , but the restaurant was exceptional. Lovely ambience, excellent unobtrusive but friendly service and stunning food. I can really recommend the pork belly if it is available when you visit. Obviously the wine is of excellent quality and all in all a real treat for the business traveller. Thanks to all for excellent service and unrivalled meal.


Afternoon cuppa

Reviewed 19 october, 2022

Excellent as a different place to indulge in an afternoon cuppa. Atmosphere was lovely. Tables nicely positioned to prove plenty of space between customers. It is the type of place you go up to the serving counter and choose your drink or cake or food. When you get to the till you place your order for hot drinks. Then stand just beyond the till and wait to be served. Then return or find a table to sit at.

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Reviewed 9 october, 2022

Highly recommended for a visit. We came this weekend and did both the indoor wine tasting/tour and the train tour around the estate. Both were brilliant, the staff were open, friendly and very knowledgeable, my only criticism was the actual wine tasting was a bit rushed. We also stayed overnight in the hotel, our room was lovely, the hotel and grounds were very well presented dinner and wine was amazing, breakfast was lovely and all the staff were so helpful and friendly. The estate is beautiful, with amazing views, ideal for a walk.