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Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England in Hampshire, England
Nestled in 500 acres of Hampshire parkland, the Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire is set in a meticulously restored Georgian manor house outside of London. History and 21st-century modernity blend together at this beautiful hotel. Guest rooms feature English-style interiors with spacious marble bathrooms, premium amenities and soft earth tones that reflect the quiet country elegance of the Georgian era. An enchanting escape from the everyday, the personalized service and friendly faces will keep you coming back.
There are many outdoor activities and experiences to be had at this stunning location. Guests can enjoy an array of countryside sports like horse-riding, clay-pigeon shooting, tennis and cycling. Get pampered at the luxurious spa and experience the ultimate relaxation. For guests that are thrill-seekers, the hotel has a high-wire adventure situated in the estate's woodland. Make sure to delight the palate at the hotel’s restaurant, which offers a modern twist on traditional British classics, all of which are made with the finest locally sourced produce. Next to the restaurant, Bar 1086 serves a range of seasonal cocktails and the Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire's own craft ale, the '1086'.
Location of Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England
Nearest Airport: LHR
Amenities for Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England
- General Information
- 133 Guest Rooms
- Pet Friendly
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Pool
- Personal Trainers
- Outdoor Whirlpool
- In-Room Amenities
- DVD Players
- Satellite Television
- Marble Bathrooms
- Work Desks
- Golf Lessons
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Arts & Crafts
- Baby Club
- Baby Amenities
- Children's Clubs
- Children's Programs
Reviews for Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England
Excellent hotel and great for children. The kids club was friendly and age appropriate. It caters for everyone. The restaurants were disappointing as the service very slow, small menus and generally average food. The buffet breakfast was excellent but other meals were not what we expected for a hotel with such a good reputation. Would go back to the hotel but wouldnâ€™t rush to eat there again!
gemmaLondon_England - London, England
Booked for Sunday lunch in the private dining area. Food was delicious with lots of choice. Some non meat eaters so always a worry but lots to choose from. Staff friendly and very professional. Lovely walk in the grounds and space for the children to play. Everyone had a great time and would go back.
A wonderful hotel with service and facilities of a really high standard. Set in some beautiful countryside with plenty of space to walk in the grounds. The pool and fitness area are excellent, my wife enjoyed the treatment area a lot and the restaurant was excellent for both lunch and dinner. Save up and head here for a weekend.
jeddie44 - Horsham, United Kingdom
Great hotel, fantastic staff all around. Cafe Sante the best food. The Thai red curry today best ever I have had. I have eaten there several times and it was fantastic. Great chef !. Love the spa also, beautiful I am a spa member and everytime I come over it makes me happy.
We (myself, husband , two teenager daughters and a small dog) live in North London and we were looking for a weekend break without having to drive more than an hour and half. We had a nice break and overall it was what we were looking for, but I feel an honest review requires a few "caveat" in this case. The good things are: - it is a short drive from London, but you feel in the countryside - the grounds are really nice - the horseriding centre is very nice and well managed - all the staff are super nice and attentive -our room was nice and relatively quiet. (Although our daughters room had a screaming child next door that was not pleaseant at night and early morning) - they welcome dogs - our daughters really liked the games room in the separate cottage The not so good things are: - myself and my husband thought the whole hotel did not have much character. I mean, I don't personally think you go to Four Seasons hotels to find character as they all have a similar "fake" feeling everywhere you go, but I think in the British countryside you feel more the lack of it considering how many places full of real character are around - the wild carrot restaurant was a bit of a disappointment for us (for food and atmosphere) considering it is their main restaurant. It is not bad, but it is not good either so I advice you to keep your expectations low to avoid disappointment (bar and afternoon tea rooms were ok) - it looks in need of some refurbishments/ maintenance here and there - avoid at all costs if you dont like the presence of (a lot) small children especially in the pool area (we were there over an halfterm weekend though) - overall everything felt a bit overpriced