The Spread Eagle's 39 bedrooms and suites are all individually designed and decorated and many are furnished with antiques, reflecting the history of the hotel. There are fascinating stories associated with some of the rooms, such as the White Room which has a secret passage reputedly used by fleeing smugglers and the Queen's Suite with its unique feature, a wig closet that may be the last one left in a hotel in England.
The Spread Eagle offers diners a perfect balance of old and new with Head Chef, Richard Cave-Toye's accomplished menu of modern classic British cuisine served in the hotel's historic restaurant. The candlelit restaurant with its huge inglenook fireplace is a wonderful venue for every occasion from a romantic dinner for two to a family lunch.
During the summer months lunch is also served in the more relaxed atmosphere of the Conservatory and Terrace. On finer days, the hotel's inner courtyard offers a discreet spot for al fresco dining.
The Spread Eagle Spa brings a distinctly contemporary touch to this historic hotel, with excellent facilities beneath a Scandinavian-style vaulted wooden ceiling.
It is the perfect spot to swim in the indoor heated pool, or relax in either the Jacuzzi Spa Pool, Scandinavian Sauna or Steam Room. Alternatively, you can work-out in our well-equipped, air-conditioned Fitness Suite or enjoy a rejuvenating body or beauty treatment in one of the Spa's three treatment rooms, named after beautiful birds native to the South Downs..
The Midhurst district is a 'hidden jewel'. From the local antiques and tea shops to the South Downs National Park, the town is the gateway to a plethora of experiences all within a stone’s throw of the hotel.
The market town of Midhurst set in the South Downs is a popular base for walkers, fishing enthusiasts, golfers and polo players. There are grand country houses to visit, sporting events and, by contrast, all the pleasures of the British seaside in resorts like Bognor Regis and Littlehampton.