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Welcome to Lingfield Park Marriott Hotel and Country Club

Address: Racecourse Road, East Grinstead, RH7 6PQ

Hotel Description

Lingfield Park Marriott Hotel & Country Club is set in 450 acres of beautiful Surrey parkland, just 10 miles from Gatwick Airport and close to the surrounding towns of East Grinstead, Crawley and Royal Tunbridge Wells. With an 18-hole Championship Golf Course and an on-site Spa & Leisure Club, guests can enjoy a luxurious stay in peaceful surroundings. The Spa features a swimming pool, whirlpool bath, sauna and steam room and five treatment rooms as well as a fitness suite. Many of the bedrooms also overlook Lingfield Park Racecourse which is a popular activity for guests to enjoy, with horseracing fixtures all year round. Each room has air conditioning, Sky satellite TV, a fridge, in-room safes and Egyptian cotton bedding. WiFi is also offered free of charge in all bedrooms and public areas of the Hotel. The Cyprium Restaurant is open for Breakfast and Dinner service, whilst the Cyprium Bar Lounge offers lunch, bar snacks and drinks until late. Lingfield train station is a 10-minute stroll from the Hotel, on a 45-minute direct link to London Victoria. The Hotel is easily accessed by road from the M25 (Junction 6) and the M23 motorways (Junction 10).

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Lingfield Park Racecourse - Lingfield - Racecourse

Lingfield Park Racecourse - Lingfield - Racecourse

Distance 0.11 miles (0.18 km)
Lingfield Park Race Course is located in the heart of the Surrey countryside and very easily accessible from central London by train or car. Lingfield Park Race Course is not just a racecourse but also have a 18 hole championship golf course and a leisure club. They can cater for every need from race day hospitality, conferences, weddings, sponsorship and much more! Lingfield Park Race Course is owned and operated by Arena Leisure who also own / manage 5 other race courses in the UK. They have recently invested over 9 million into Lingfield Park on a new grandstand which now proudly overlooks 600 acres of the race course.

Copthorne Golf Club - Crawley - Golf

Copthorne Golf Club - Crawley - Golf

Distance 5.07 miles (8.12 km)
Copthorne, a lovely old course set in attractive woodland, has been a private members club ever since its founding in 1892. Situated half way between East Grinstead and Crawley and only five minutes from Junction 10 on the M23, the Club is very accessible but also offers a haven away from the hustle and bustle of life in the area. The quiet atmosphere is created by the trees, many of them hundreds of years old, which absorb the noise of the world about them. The Clubhouse, which overlooks the 18th green, offers friendly and up to date accommodation both for golf and social events.

Emerson College - University

Emerson College - University

Distance 5.31 miles (8.5 km)
Emerson College is an international centre for adult education based on the work of Rudolf Steiner. Students aged 18 to 80 come from all over the world for courses in anthroposophy, arts, language, agriculture, storytelling, education and social therapy.

Hever Castle Golf Club -

Hever Castle Golf Club -

Distance 5.43 miles (8.68 km)
The setting alone is inspiration enough at Hever Castle's 250 acre 27 hole course and traditional Tudor style clubhouse, nestling among the hills straddling the counties of Kent, Surrey and Sussex. A subtle blend of Historic charm, excellent service and facilities to accommodate all occasions gives Hever Castle Golf Club the reputation as one of the finest Golf and Hospitality Venues. The Hever Castle Estate reveals a rich and fascinating past. The oldest parts of the Castle date from the 13th century and later in the 1500s it was the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. It was here that one Henry VIII first courted the young Anne and started the Royal connection with its ownership, which included Henrys fourth wife Anne of Cleves. An important transition for the Castle occurred in 1903 when it was purchased by William Waldorf Astor one of the richest men in America at the time, who invested his time, money and imagination in restoring the Castle and building the incredible Italian gardens and the Tudor Village which is now known as the Astor Wing.