On arrival at the hotel you’ll discover a carefully restored 19th Century Country House surrounded by 40 acres of tranquil gardens and grounds, which beautifully combines period charm and modern comfort. Our award winning kitchen offers an exceptional dining experience and we host a wide variety of entertainment and events throughout the year.
Steeped in History
The very name Grim’s Dyke has its roots firmly in Roman History. It was originally a huge defensive earthwork which, over three miles long, formed the boundary of Catuvellauni territory, a tribe that fought the Romans.
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Grim’s Dyke hotel is conveniently situated in Harrow Weald, just outside the main hustle and bustle of London. However, it’s also near three train stations and, with the M1 just under 3 miles away, you can easily visit London in as little as 13 minutes by train or under an hour, if travelling by car. Read More →