Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire sits on a gentle hill in Dogmersfield Park, a large estate of pasture, lakes, and woodland that dates from Saxon times and is mentioned in the Domesday Book (compiled in 1086).
Within the park, there are 23 acres of authentic period gardens listed in the English Heritage Register. The hotel is centered around a sensitively restored 18th-century Georgian manor house and a carefully integrated contemporary addition that complements the elegant, country ambience. Interiors are restful and gracious. Features include a sweeping oak staircase, fireplaces, and thoughtfully crafted details.
The historic stable block has been reborn as a spa and fitness club offering a selection of ESPA treatments, steam rooms, saunas, and a Zen studio.
Guest rooms are spacious and reflect the quiet charm of the Georgian era, with attractive views of the inner courtyard or the gardens and rolling hills beyond. Spacious marble baths feature a deep soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed shower, large vanity, and separate bathroom facility.
Four Seasons Hotel,
Chalkey Lane, Dogmersfield, Hampshire, UK
Four Seasons Hotel, Hampshire UK
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