Brush up on your backhand on one of our three tennis courts (two AstroTurf and a multisport court), which are available exclusively for hotel residents and spa members. Don’t worry about packing your kit – we’ll provide racquets and tennis balls.
Discover our modern spa and fitness centre, which is flooded with natural daylight. Explore the luxurious whirlpool bath, eucalyptus steam-room and saunas before experiencing a revitalising treatment with one of our talented therapists.Our Spa
Take your mind off your workout in our fitness centre by focusing on the stunning views across the River Thames. We have top-of-the-range Technogym equipment and personal trainers on hand to put you through your paces. We also run daily fitness classes in the studio, from classic yoga and Pilates to more modern workouts such as Zumba and Body Sculpture.View the Studio Timetable
Our large indoor swimming pool is the heart of the Runnymede Spa – a sleek, contemporary space that’s flooded with natural daylight through floor-to-ceiling windows, ideal for a morning dip or swimming a few lengths before your spa treatments.
A visit to our Surrey hotel and spa during the warmer months wouldn’t be complete without a dip in our spectacular outdoor swimming pool. It’s open from Saturday 12th May until Sunday 2nd September and is reserved exclusively for hotel residents and outdoor pool members. We provide you with complimentary towels and luxury sun loungers, leaving you free to while away a warm summer’s day by the pool, drink in hand.
We may be surrounded by rolling British countryside, but there’s plenty to see and do in and around the grounds. Take a stroll along the river or through our apple orchard and fragrant herb garden, where you’ll discover our very own bee hives, and visit the bustling children’s play area to keep kids entertained all day long.
Meander through our grounds and discover the Runnymede Surrey Magna Carta 800th Anniversary Garden, which was designed to commemorate the 800th anniversary of one of the most significant events in British history. It was created by acclaimed landscape designers Patricia Thirion and Janet Honour, and scooped a bronze medal at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show in 2015. The distinctive style is evocative of a typical medieval garden, complete with traditional decorative features.