Юлия Смольнова
Москва, Россия. Rugby School. DLMBA Managements, Tanaka Business School, Imperial College. GDL, University of Law
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Hartwell House & Spa Hotel, Aylesbury

Hartwell House & Spa Hotel, Aylesbury

Тип размещения: Гостиница.

Расположение: Southern England. Buckinghamshire, HP17 8NR.

Stay in a beautifully restored 17th century stately home in the Vale of Aylesbury.

Стоимость за ночь: от £160 до £515.

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Stay in a National Trust House! Hartwell House is a magnificent stately home standing in ninety acres of landscaped parkland just 40 miles north west of London, and was restored between 1987 and 1992 by Historic House Hotels Ltd. It is set in rural countryside yet only one hour from central London and Heathrow and Luton Airports, and is an ideal place for a few days' relaxation. The hotel also lends itself to quick city breaks, or as a base for exploring Oxford, the Cotswolds, and the Chiltern Hills. There are forty-six bedrooms and suites and several elegant and spacious reception rooms with outstanding decorative ceilings and panelling, antique furniture and fine paintings. Hartwell's Health Spa is housed in a splendid building modelled on an orangery and contains a generous-sized swimming pool, spa bath, steam room, saunas and a well equipped gymnasium. Hartwell House welcomes children over the age of four years. Hartwell House is a member of Pride of Britain, Small Luxury Hotels of the World, has Four Red Stars and two Rosettes from the AA.

Hartwell House was first mentioned in the Doomsday Book as belonging to William Peverel, a natural son of William the Conqueror. Between 1809 and 1814, during his exile from France, Louis XVIII held his court at Hartwell, signing the constitutional document, confirming his accession to the throne, in the library. Today, portraits of King Louis and his Queen, Marie Josephine de Savoie, hang on the main staircase. Originally built for the Hampden and Lee families, from whom the Confederate General Robert E. Lee was descended. It remained in the possession of the original families until 1938, when it was purchased by the grandson of Thomas Cook, founder of Cook's Travel Agency. During the Second World War Hartwell served as an Army billet for the British and American troops. Later, in 1956, it was let to The House of Citizenship, a finish school, which remained in occupation until 1983 when the lease was taken by Historic House Hotels. In September 2008 Hartwell House Hotel and the other two Historic House Hotels became the property of The National Trust by donation, with all profits benefiting the houses and the charity. The resulting restoration, of exemplary tact and sensitivity, has set standards for such work in future. The principal Dining Room, designed in 1988 in the style of the eminent early 19th century architect, Sir John Soane, is the setting for the imaginative cooking of the chef. The selections for both A La Carte and daily menus specially feature seasonal local farms and county produce such as the reintroduction of Aylesbury Duck on the menu, together with the hotel's own Hartwell Orchards and Garden fruit, vegetables and herbs to bring the freshest of ingredients to enhance all the true flavours for the dishes. Prices are from £23.75 at luncheon and £23.75 at dinner for three courses to £67.00 for the six course Tasting menu at dinner. Also the A La Carte menu is priced to suit from a one to five course choice. In addition to dining in the restaurant, Hartwell House now offers guests the option of a more informal, value for money dinner menu every Friday and Saturday night at the Spa Bistro, situated on the first floor of the Hartwell Rooms some 150 yards from the main house. Also available are private dining rooms for that special event, while room service can be delivered to your individual room or suite. Of course, no meal is complete without a glass of fine wine. To that end, Hartwell House maintains an extensive wine cellar sure to contain the perfect wine to satisfy your palate. Dress code for gentlemen is smart please; trainers, tracksuits and shorts are not acceptable. Hartwell House stands within ninety acres of gardens and parkland. The garden was laid out, at the start of the 18th century, in the formal style with allées and garden buildings: temples, columns, an obelisk, garden statuary, canals and an amazing yew tree exedra. The designer was probably James Gibbs, who certainly designed the garden buildings, several of which are extant. By the middle of the 18th century most of the formality had been swept away and the garden landscaped by a follower of Lancelot (Capability) Brown, one Richard Woods. The Hartwell Spa is situated close to the Hartwell Rooms and Hartwell Court, about 100 yards from the hotel. Swim in the warm inviting pool, relax in the steam room, saunas and the bubbling waters of the whirlpool bath and enjoy the gymnasium, tennis courts, the Spa Café and Bar. Experienced therapists offer a wide range of beauty treatments using Clarins, ESPA, Jessica and St Tropez products. Children of residents, between the ages of 4 and 16, may use Hartwell Spa between the hours of 9.00am-10.00am and 4.00pm-5.00pm, when accompanied by an adult.

Удобства и услуги

  • 17th century buildings
  • Breakfast included
  • Free car parking (on site)
  • No smoking
  • Minimum age 5
  • 4 Star Official Rating
  • Historic Property
  • Lifts
  • Free broadband access (wired)
  • Shared gardens
  • Private/enclosed garden
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Garden furniture
  • Games pitches
  • Tennis court
  • Gym
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Woodland walks
  • Television
  • DVD library
  • Luggage storage
  • Airport transfers
  • Towels included
  • Sitting room
  • Security lockers
  • Hair dryers
  • Elevator
  • DVD player
  • Telephone
  • Open log fire
  • Restaurant
  • Tea room
  • Continental breakfast (included)
  • Cooked breakfast (included)
  • Lunch available (at additional cost)
  • Dinner available (at additional cost)
  • Bar
  • Picnic area
  • Recommended walks
  • Pub (walking distance)
  • Museums (a short drive)
  • Historic houses
  • Gardens
  • Golf course (walking distance)
  • Tennis courts (walking distance)
  • Recommended restaurants (a short drive)
  • Theatre (a short drive)

Информация о прибытии

Address: Hartwell House Hotel, Restaurant & Spa Oxford Road, Nr Aylesbury Buckinghamshire HP17 8NR Check In: 2.30pm Check Out: 11.30am Should guests require early occupation, please contact Reservations who will endeavour to make the necessary arrangements. The Porter will gladly help with storage if a late departure is planned. Directions: Only one hour's drive from central London and Heathrow Airport. By Road: In Aylesbury take A418 towards Oxford. Hartwell House is 2 miles along this road on the right hand side. Or take M40 to Junction 7 and follow A329/A418 Thame/Aylesbury roads until you reach the village of Stone. After passing through Stone watch for signpost to Hartwell House on the left. By Helicopter: Landings by prior arrangement only (at least 24 hours). Ordnance Survey Map 165/796124. Please approach from the north. N 5148.43 W00050.88. By Rail: The nearest stations are Aylesbury 2miles and Thame & Haddenham Parkway with regular services from London, Marylebone and Birmingham.

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