Foxhills Hotel, Golf & Spa


"Foxhills" luxury hotel, golf & spa resort in Ottershaw, Surrey is quintessentially English in its offering. The resort oozes a friendly, healthy, inspiring and �all about you� ambience. It�s a welcoming retreat set in the Surrey countryside, yet on London�s doorstep. For a welcoming place to impress clients and colleagues without intimidating, head to Foxhills.


Ideally located just 10 minutes from the M25 in 400 acres of Surrey countryside, the club is a relaxing retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city. With business in mind, Foxhills offers nine tastefully-designed meeting rooms each fully equipped with the latest technology including high speed internet with a dedicated server perfect for video conferencing and home comforts to ensure delegates feel at ease.


To keep delegates motivated all day, a menu of �boardroom booster� activities and snacks are available including face, neck and scalp massage, team lawn activities, putting competition, stretching class, a selection of board games, an ice cream interval, champagne and canap�s, chocolate fountain and a travel pack for the journey home. Spacious well-appointed bedrooms are provided in a choice of annexes that are situated a short walk from the main house.


After a pleasurable meeting, guests can take their pick from a fantastic range of leisure facilities including two championship 18-hole golf courses, one nine-hole par three course, 11 tennis courts, four swimming pools and a luxurious healthspa. For those who find it too hard to leave, there are 70 elegantly appointed bedrooms and suites to ensure a good night�s sleep.

Foxhills takes its name from the brilliant but mercurial 18th century politician Charles James Fox. The 19th Century Manor House was originally owned by Chertsey Abbey in the Middle Ages; the estate being then made up of heath and woodland making this part of the  Botleys Park estate towards the end of the 17th century.


The rooms today take their name from the venues historic owners: M.P Ivatt-Brisoce, General Hutton. A veteran of the Zulu and Boer wars alongside the  Championship Course The Bernard Hunt named after Bernard Hunt, MBE, who was former head professional in the 80�s & 90�s.Bernard won 30 times on the European PGA Tour, played in the Ryder Cup 10 times, twice as Captain, and won the Tour's Order of Merit in 1961 and 1963. 

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