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Ettington Park in Warwickshire, England
A world apart from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life, Ettington Park graces 40 breathtaking acres in England's splendid countryside. This impressive Neo-Gothic mansion, under the same family ownership since the Norman Conquest, is situated just outside Stratford-upon-Avon. Individually styled guest rooms and suites are furnished with exquisite antiques, fine paintings and dozens of friezes--all timeless havens that translate to a refined atmosphere offering a rich culture of fine wine and dining.
This lovely private estate promises the perfect refuge for those who seek to experience Shakespeare's England. Right on the premises, the ruins of the 12th century Norman church are yours to explore. Enjoy tennis, croquet, archery or fishing on the River Sour or plan a day of discovery with visits to Blenheim Palace, Warwick Castle and Holy Trinity Church. For an ultimate sightseeing excursion, treat yourselves to a romantic cruise on the River Avon.
Location of Ettington Park
Nearest Airport: BHX, GLO
Reviews for Ettington Park
We came here for a romantic getaway and was not disappointed! We spent the day in Stratford and returned for dinner. We were first met at the bar by a gentleman called Ashley. A very polite gentleman who recommended me an old fashioned cocktail which was outstanding. We then had our order taken by the gentleman in the suit who seemed to have a great knowledge about the menu! We were then taken into the restaurant by a lovley lady called Charlie. She asked us how our day had been and genuinely seemed interested.
We have been before. Place is amazing. Stunning grounds. Food is the best we have ever had in a hotel, it's amazing. Rooms are like paradise, and beds u fall into and sleep like a king or queen. Now it's the staff that make this place so great, they are wondering people and I can't wait to return x
Kelly O - Crawley, United Kingdom
We were impressed with this place as soon as we drove up the drive. This is a splendid example of good old British nobility and luxury. On entering we were welcomed by the receptionist who was very well presented and friendly. On being escorted to our room my a lovely youngman we were given an unofficial tour. Our room had been up graded to an executive suite and was warm and very well parented . I can't praise this hotel enough. We needed a night stop over with a difference and we got it. Bar meals are very tasty and filling. At breakfast we were served with the utmost professionalism and efficiency. The breakfast was enough to keep us going until dinner. What ever size room and whatever price you pay here, you won't be disappointed.
clive p - Worksop, United Kingdom
Stayed three nights during Easter break. Booked the Executive family room. Positives: staff, breakfast, leisure facilities and location. Negative: For kids it was a sofa bed and not a comfortable one. They spotted a small spider on the bedside lamp and there were cob webs in the corners. The upstairs room was fine. The bath tub was old and rusted. For the daily rates charged, would be good if a bit more care is given on these things.
SuNav - London, United Kingdom
Spent a couple of nights here to celebrate my wife's birthday. The imposing gothic facade of the building as you drive towards it, set the tone for an excellent stay. The hotel is a "hotch-potch" of splendid nooks & crannies, impressive rooms and quirky parts. There are a few "well used" bits, but that adds to the character of the hotel. I loved the welcoming aroma of wood smoke from the log fire in the reception area. It sets the tone for an "old English manor". Our room (35) was spacious and comfortable, albeit the mattress was a little soft for our personal preference. The friendly service from all the staff was first class and both breakfast & dinner were excellent - good choice availability, well presented and very tasty.
Wilfred M - Lincoln, England, United Kingdom