Rectory Road, Oakley, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG23 7EL
Oakley Hall Hotel is set in 315 acres of gardens and rural land. This elegant 18th century Georgian manor has a distinguished past with links to Jane Austen who was good friends of the Bramstons – former owners of Oakley Hall. All bedrooms are individually designed and furnished to a high standard with every modern convenience and home comfort. Dine in the 2 AA Rosette Glasshouse Restaurant, serving delicious dishes, hand picked wines from some of the finest vineyards in Europe. An ideal setting for weddings, conferences or private celebrations.
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"This Georgian manor with 315 acres of gardens and parkland stands on the site of a medieval hall that was purchased by Wither Bramston in 1795 and demolished to make way for the new fashionable style of brick-built country house. Today many of the public rooms retain a Georgian elegance to them . If you feel echoes of Jane Austen that is because she was a neighbour of the Bramstons and wrote to her sister about visiting them at the hall. Jane would have known Wither Bramston’s sister, Miss Augusta, who evidently told the young author that she thought Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice “downright nonsense”. The Conservative MP William Wither Bramston Beach was born at Oakley Hall during the Regency period and the early amateur photographer Jane Martha St. John lived on the estate in Oakley Cottage. William survived into the modern age, being killed in 1901 when he was run over by a London cab. Jane Martha was his aunt from a poorer branch of the family, a very Jane Austen character, but in later life (circa 1850) she took some of the first photographs of Rome."
"Oakley Hall was built in 1795 and its first owners were the Bramston family. Jane Austen was a friend and neighbour of the Bramstons and wrote about visiting them at the hall. On one occasion, Jane told her sister Cassandra, Miss Augusta Bramston "claimed that she thought Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice downright nonsense but expected to find Mansfield Park better”. It is thought that the domineering Mrs Elton (nee Augusta Hawkins) in Emma was named after Miss Bramston."
"Clay pigeon shooting at Oakley Hall, Hampshire: Let your dad lord it up this father’s day on 315 acres of rolling Hampshire countryside. The winding drive alone, snaking up to the elegant Georgian manor, screams: “pass me my shotgun and wax jacket!” And now your dad can don both and test out his hand/eye co-ordination whilst attempting to obliterate pigeons of the clay variety! After working up an appetite in the West Woods of the estate, he’ll then retreat to Oakley Hall for a spot of supper, and to weigh up his new country-gent status."
Information on Oakley Hall Hotel , Rectory Road , Oakley , Basingstoke
|No. of bedrooms:||
Types of room: 37 Deluxe, 6 x Executive, 2 Courtyard Suite, 2 x four poster, 1 Garden Cottage
|Room rates guide:||
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Amex, Delta, Mastercard, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: No
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 4 Star, AA 2 Rosettes
DVD & CD player, Flat screen TV, Freeview channels, Media hub with A/V, USB, HDMI, Audio & PC/VGA connectivity, telephone, Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, Air-conditioning, Built in safe, hairdryer, seating area in some rooms, Egyptian cotton bed linen, iron & board, trouser press, luxury toiletries
315 acres of gardens, AA 2 Rosette Restaurant, Civil ceremony licence, Wedding receptions, 9 meeting rooms, Conference facilities, For up to 60 delegates, Wifi internet access throughout hotel, Private dining
Reading room (library)
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Archery, Clay shooting
Golf, Tennis, Horse riding, Swimming
|Local directions:||Please see our website for directions & Map.|
Nearest major city:
Nearest major airport:
Nearest railway stn:
London (59 miles) (1 hour, 30 mins)
London Heathrow (45 miles) (1 hour) , London Gatwick (67 miles) (1 hour, 25 mins)
Basingstoke (6 miles) (10 mins)
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Fri 01 Jan 2016 – Thu 31 Mar 2016
Enjoy a three course dinner in the 2 AA Rosette Glasshouse Restaurant, an overnight stay in one of the exquisite bedrooms and full English breakfast from only £169.00 per room per night. A half bottle of champagne is also included in your bedroom on arrival.
Available until the end of March 2016, strictly subject to availability.
- Offer Code: BRITAINS-FINEST-86669
Thu 07 Jan 2016 – Sat 13 Feb 2016
Spoil your loved one this Valentine’s - make the most of the weekend by staying over on Saturday 13th or Sunday 14th February 2016, in a luxurious bedroom, from only £124.50 per person.
Start your stay with chocolate dipped strawberries in your bedroom on arrival followed by a delicious three course dinner, served in the 2 AA Rosette Glasshouse Restaurant.
- Offer Code: BRITAINS-FINEST-90553
Fri 01 Jan 2016 – Fri 30 Dec 2016
Enjoy a delicious traditional Sunday lunch at Oakley Hall every weekend between 12 - 2pm.
2 courses @ £21.95
3 courses @ £27.50
(excludes special occasions such as Mother's & Father's Day - please check prior to booking)
- Offer Code: BRITAINS-FINEST-85931
Fri 01 Jan 2016 – Wed 30 Nov 2016
Unwind on Sunday nights with the relaxing Sunday night Dinner, Bed & Breakfast offer starting from £159.00 per bedroom based on 2 guests sharing.
Offer strictly subject to availability.
- Offer Code: BRITAINS-FINEST-85846
Fri 01 Jan 2016 – Wed 30 Nov 2016
Enjoy a Romantic Getaway at Oakley Hall seven days a week all year round from only £139 per person.
The package includes 1/2 bottle of champagne on arrival in your bedroom, traditional afternoon tea, 3 course dinner, overnight accommodation and full English breakfast.
Terms & conditions apply, offer is based on 2 guests sharing and strictly subject to availability.
- Offer Code: BRITAINS-FINEST-84046
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