Plan your visit
Whether it be your first time or a returning visit, there is always something different to see, taste or do at The Grove. We hope our brief guide helps you make your stay with us all the more enjoyable.
Before you arrive...
We know you have only just made your booking but so that you don't miss out, we do ask that you confirm any dining, spa or golf requests as soon as possible.
If you are travelling by car please note some SatNavs may find the postcode WD17 3NL gives a more accurate position. For detailed directions please view our Location page...
Our concierge team are here to make your arrival as stress-free as possible. Let us unload and valet park your car for you whilst you check in, before escorting you and your luggage to your bedroom.
Where to eat?
We have three restaurants, each with its own individual style and atmosphere. From the finesse of Colette's to the simplicity of The Stables; not to overlook the international theatre of cooking, that is The Glasshouse.
Where to relax?
Head to Sequoia and immerse yourself in our luxury health club and spa. From an indulgent ESPA treatment to an invigorating workout, let our therapists soothe and stimulate all your senses. Discover all our facilities...
Where to go?
There are a number of nearby attractions for you to discover. From day trips into London, local historic market villages and country pubs or discover the secrets of Harry Potter at the Warner Bros. Studios or the natural beauty of Butterfly World.
Where to play?
Head on to our Championship golf course. Our practice facilities include a driving range, short game area and putting green. We run a host of instruction clinics and have a golf shop with equipment to buy or hire.
Our 300 acres is ready to be explored with woodland trails to discover on foot or by bike. Complimentary bike hire available with bikes and helmets for children. We also have an indoor games room (in the West Wing) with classic arcade-style machines. Our Walled Garden is home to The Grove beach, outdoor pool, tennis courts and croquet lawn. Head into the Potting Shed (along the far end) for a game of table tennis, snooker or somewhere to sit and read the papers.