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Grims Dyke Hotel
Harrow Weald


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This carefully restored country house is set within over 40 acres of beautiful gardens and woodlands, ideally situated within reach of London's West End and Heathrow airport. A world away from the tumult that is London, yet only 19 km (12 miles) from the bright lights of the West End, and just 13 km (8 miles) from Heathrow airport. This 3-star Silver Award hotel is easily accessible as it is situated close to junction 5 of the M1.

This magnificent Victorian building is the former residence of Sir William Gilbert, the writing half of the Gilbert and Sullivan partnership. The hotel and grounds have been used as a backdrop for many famous feature films and TV programmes. The beauty of this historic country house is complemented by the backdrop of the peaceful gardens and woodlands that surround it, creating an oasis. This beautiful hotel is the ideal place for a relaxing and peaceful stay for holidaymakers and business travellers alike. Gilbert's Restaurant is set in one of the most impressive rooms of the house, with its elegant decor, flamboyant stone carvings and fabulous inglenook fireplace. Here you can enjoy tranquil views of the gardens whilst enjoying the delectable AA Rosette-recommended fare, served up by award-winning chefs. The exciting yet traditional menu offers something for everyone with vegetarian options always available. Gilbert's are pleased to cater for those guests requiring special diets. Soft piano music adds to the ambiance, while you enjoy your meal and your company.

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