7 rooms from £110 per night
Photo of The Crown Inn, Chiddingfold

“Sat on the edge of Chiddingfold Green this charming coaching inn is a picture of English village life. Inside the 14th century building it is all exposed beams, flagstone tiles, roaring fires and four poster beds, yet with DAB radios, in room DVDs and bathroom mod-cons. The restaurant is AA rated. ”

“Sat on the edge of Chiddingfold Green this charming coaching inn is a picture of English village life. Inside the 14th century building it is all exposed beams, flagstone tiles, roaring fires and four poster beds, yet with DAB radios, in room DVDs and bathroom mod-cons. The restaurant is AA rated. ”

Hotel Review

One of the plus sides of being slap bang in the heart of the commuter belt is excellent transport links to London. Get on the evening train from Waterloo and you will reach Chiddingfold in time for apéritifs. Overlooking the village green this centuries old property is chocolate box worthy. Whilst some of the rooms are a little pokey (the four poster beds and exposed beams can dominate) they are overflowing with character and antique pieces. Plus the refurbished bathrooms are almost equal in size. Owners Daniel and Hannah Hall are not newcomers to the hotel game and they understand their guests needs. The real award winner is their AA rated restaurant serving hearty, gourmet meals. Pub grub would not do it justice. They have an extensive wine list as well as local ales. If you're looking for a weekend bolthole in the country, The Crown Inn would be an excellent stay.
Recommended for
  • Country Escape
  • With excellent transport links to London you can get from town to country in just over an hour.

Recommended For

  • Cycling
  • The Cranleigh Circular or for the more ambitious cycler, Box Hill, have varying levels of cycle routes.
  • Great walks
  • The South Downs, Blackdown, Leith Hill and Winkworth Arboretum provide ample scenic walking routes.
  • Country Escape
  • With excellent transport links to London you can get from town to country in just over an hour.
  • Sights nearby
  • Jane Austen's House Museum and the immortalised town of Loxwood are both a short drive away.
  • Golf
  • The picturesque Chiddingfold Golf Club on the Cowdray Estate is close by.
  • Riding
  • Riding lessons can be arranged at Thundry Farm Livery & Training Yard.
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Weekly quiz nights are arranged. Warning: they can get quite heated!
  • Other Activities
  • The nearby Cowdray Estate organises clay pigeon and game shoots.
  • Birdwatching
  • Wildlife Area
  • Wedding license
  • Owner managed
  • Quiet
  • Gourmet
  • Good wine list
  • Full of character
  • Free wifi
  • Village
  • Antiques
  • Inn
  • In/by a Nature Reserve
  • Boutique
  • Artworks
  • Restaurant
  • Child friendly
  • Four poster beds
  • Charming
  • Traditional

Facilities

  • Fireplace
  • Wedding license
  • Bar
  • Parking
  • Good wine list
  • Outdoor dining
  • Cots available
  • No pets
  • Private dining room
  • Meeting Room
  • Free wifi
  • Wifi
  • Garden
  • Restaurant
  • Child friendly
  • Sitting Room
  • Four poster beds
  • In room music system
  • Suites
  • Room service

Activities

  • Cycling
  • The Cranleigh Circular or for the more ambitious cycler, Box Hill, have varying levels of cycle routes.
  • Great walks
  • The South Downs, Blackdown, Leith Hill and Winkworth Arboretum provide ample scenic walking routes.
  • Sights nearby
  • Jane Austen's House Museum and the immortalised town of Loxwood are both a short drive away.
  • Golf
  • The picturesque Chiddingfold Golf Club on the Cowdray Estate is close by.
  • Riding
  • Riding lessons can be arranged at Thundry Farm Livery & Training Yard.
  • Hotel Entertainment
  • Weekly quiz nights are arranged. Warning: they can get quite heated!
  • Other Activities
  • The nearby Cowdray Estate organises clay pigeon and game shoots.
  • Birdwatching
  • Wildlife Area

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