Coulsdon Manor is set amidst 140 acres of landscaped Surrey parkland, with a large part of it laid down as a challenging 18 hole golf course - an oasis of peace and tranquillity yet just 15 miles from both central London and Gatwick, and easily accessible from all parts of the South East. Built for the Byron family in the 1850's. Coulsdon Manor has been sympathetically extended, yet only having 36 bedrooms means that it has retained a relaxing and intimate atmosphere. All bedrooms have private bathroom and are equipped with colour television, radio, direct dial telephone, hospitality tray and hairdryer. Surrounding the hotel, the golf course was developed in 1937 and was designed by H S Colt, known for his course design including Sunningdale and Wentworth West. The course boasts lush fairways and quality greens making it a fair challenge to low and high handicappers alike. Coulsdon Manor also features Reflections Leisure, with facilities including squash, a gymnasium, steam and sauna rooms and an aerobic studio. After a day visiting the sights of London or relaxing in the Reflections Leisure, you have a choice of dining in the elegant Manor House restaurant or the Terrace Bar with its attractive patio serves lighter meals. Tourist Attractions:ChartwellHever Castle,Thorpe Park, Chessington World of Adventure, Croydon Palace (once the residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury),Wisley Gardens, Brands Hatch, Wakehurst Place & Haxted MillFrom the M23/25 Junction 7 follow the M23 going north until the road becomes the A23. Proceed for 2.5 miles after which you will pass Coulsdon South Railway Station on the right. Just past the station take the right hand turn, signposted "Old Coulsdon, Caterham (B2030)". Follow this road uphill for 1 mile and turn left just past the pond, then turn left again onto Coulsdon Road (B2030 to Purley). After half a mile turn right into Couldson Court Road. At the end of this road you will find Coulsdon Manor.