Good stay, but room noisy especially from floor above, they started banging around at 6am! Bed was slightly hard and sink was cracked. Good shower and plenty of fresh towels and room in the bathroom.
Good fresh cooked breakfast, eggs to order. Staff friendly and helpful.
"Beautiful, quiet grounds in a convenient location "
I stayed 2 nights at Worplesdon Place, while on a course, and found it to be a quiet pleasant hotel, very conveniently situated on the main A322. The staff I met were helpful, if not particularly friendly and the room was reasonable. However I was unable to have a proper shower as the water was permanently boiling hot and a floodlight outside the room above a barside terrace meant that sleep would have been difficult if the hotel had been more busy.
Pros: Pleasant and helpful staff. Secure car park. Close to town.
Cons: I stayed for 2 nights in a single room facing the road, hence it was noisey when the double glazed window was open and during peak traffic flows some noise passed through the closed window. Despite being delicious, the full English breakfast was not as generous as other hotels that I have recently stayed in. The room was very small, about 6 feet across and 9 feet long, hence there was no room for cupboards, therefore it is not suited for a longer stay. Better to book a double room if one is available and you don't mind spending about 30-40% more.
Stayed one night, very nice room. Pillows too soft for our personal preference but nice and clean, spacious and well decorated. Large shower. Restaurant a little pricey but food delicious, well worth the money. Would definitely stay again.
Easy to find Hotel/pub in middle of village, close to Guildford where I had some business. Large clean room with an en-suite and comfortable bed.Only fault with the room was the shower rail was wobbly and there was some sand in the carpet in the corner of the room near the en-suite which stuck to my wet feet. The en-suite window was a bit exposed to the houses opposite, I hope I didn't frighten the locals. The breakfast was fine although no fruit was available.
The rooms are the end of the pub garden. The pub is at the rougher end of the spectrum, but the twin room we had did the job. Check in at the bar, which was busy at 7pm on a Friday night. We didn't wait long and got shown to the room. It's basic, but it was basically cheaper than a cab home. Be realistic. If you're paying this little for a room you're not going to get high end toiletries and plush soft furnishings. It was clean, there was tea and coffee making bits and a moderate shower. I'd stay there again.
Guildford is a hotbed of history, performance art, and culture in southeast England. The final resting place of Lewis Carroll, this Surrey town was home to his family and provided inspiration for the “Alice in Wonderland” author. Outdoor markets draw weekend crowds and a monthly farmers market features the best in local produce. Guided garden and mansion tours are also popular with visitors.