With 112 rooms on offer, across nine categories situated in the Mansion House and the surrounding gardens. Luxury hotels come in many guises, but what makes Tylney Hall special is its period ambience, and walking into your room or suite for the first time is a little like stepping back in time.
Each room is a little world unto itself, and has been decorated and furnished individually with period pieces to enhance its own particular charm. Sweep back the heavy drapes that frame the high period windows in many of the rooms and you will be rewarded with breath taking views of the rolling Hampshire countryside.
Exquisite dishes served in beautiful surroundings. Food is a key ingredient in the Tylney Hall experience from the Oak Room restaurant to the Italian Lounge.
THE OAK ROOM
It’s only natural that one of England’s grandest country house hotels should prepare and serve the finest British cuisine. The Oak Room gets its name from the rich oak panelling that creates an elegant ambience. The room is crowned with a domed ceiling with beautiful views across the gardens and lawns.
The menu boasts both seasonal specialities and signature dishes, and naturally everything is prepared to order. The cuisine is complemented by a carefully chosen wine list, and the quiet and attentive service completes a memorable experience.
THE ITALIAN OR GREY LOUNGE
Sitting in the lounge by a cosy fire in winter is just as much as delight at Tylney Hall as is feeling the light breeze coming in from gardens in summer. The spacious and elegant lounges offer a most relaxing way to enjoy morning coffee or afternoon tea, and light snacks, sandwiches and salads are served throughout the day.
Tylney Hall stands in 66 acres of glorious parkland and boasts the longest uninterrupted view in Hampshire which is flanked by two lines of mature Redwoods that march to the distant horizon. Pride of place though belongs to the individual historic gardens.
Tylney Hall may be inspired by the past but it is certainly not locked in it. Offering all the facilities and levels of luxury associated with 4 Red Star status, including luxurious rooms and suites, gourmet dining, a beautifully appointed Health Suite with Spa treatment rooms and leisure facilities including both an indoor and an outdoor pool.
Ideally located close to the M3 and M25 motorways, makes us very accessible from London, Heathrow Airport and the M4 corridor. However you get to Tylney Hall, it will be the relaxed style of attentive service that you’ll remember and return for.
In easy reach are a host of England’s most noticeable historic landmarks. From the official royal residence of Windsor Castle to a behind the scenes tour at the home of television royalty at Highclere Castle; the real Downton Abbey.
Take the family for a fun-filled day at Legoland Windsor, or dress up and back a winner trackside at Ascot Racecourse.