Designed by the celebrated architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, New Place Hotel is a grand manor house set in 32 acres of picturesque landscaped gardens in the heart of the Hampshire countryside. From the moment you enter the ornate wrought-iron gates, feel enveloped in an atmosphere of romance, relaxation and comfort.
The interiors of this Grade I Edwardian Manor House are equally impressive – the original owner had the dining room designed to display the ceilings, fireplaces, and panelling of an early 17th-century mansion in Bristol scheduled for demolition. Dining amid the ornate historic interior of the Bristol Room is an experience in itself. Executive Head Chef Mark Grieveson sources local, seasonal ingredients to create a fine selection of perfectly judged traditional British and international dishes. The Lutyens Bar is a delightful spot for a glass of wine or bites to eat, from quick snacks to hearty mains.
The bedrooms are bright and contemporary in feel. Situated in the mews building next to the manor house, the rooms feature plush beds and calming décor alongside amenities such as free Wi-Fi, tea/coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, flat-screen TV, showers over the bath or walk-in showers.
For relaxation, enjoy afternoon tea on the lovely terrace or wander through the charming gardens or visit the on-site gym, pool, croquet lawn, cricket pitch or charming woodland trail. The charming countryside setting and flexible facilities also make New Place Hotel a popular venue for weddings and events.
South of England