History

The Hotel was built in the late 16th Century, when Elizabeth I ruled England. Designed originally as a coaching house, it was first known as the "Greyhound Inn" and most of the original timbers survive to this day, including the Inglenook fireplaces in the "Coach-House Restaurant" and our private dining room - "The Creamery".During the Victorian period, and until as recently as the 1950's, the buildings were converted to a dairy farm known as Garston Farm (hence "The Creamery")Since 1976, when the Coach-House Restaurant was founded, this lovely old house has been under the same ownership. Now renamed Godstone Hotel, it once again provides food, refreshment and a place to stay for the passing traveller.

Extra Information

  • Conference
  • Credit Card
  • Free Parking
  • Parking Facilities
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Wifi
  • Vegetarian
  • Wedding Functions

General Policy

Cancellations or changes should be made in writing. Changes and cancellations to bookings made up to 2 days before the arrival date/time are without charge. The total value of the booking will be charged if changes/cancellations are made with less than 48 hours notice.
PLEASE NOTE:Block booking of 4 Rooms or more have a 3 weeks cancellation policy - therefore the total value of the booking will be charged if changes or cancellations are made with less than 3 weeks notice.