Fawsley Hall Hotel and Spa is a 4 AA red star country house hotel steeped in history and with an abundance of character and charm and it set within 2000 acres of glorious countryside.
With friendly and flexible staff the facilities include an award-winning spa, Tennis court and 2 AA Rosette restaurant.
What makes a stay at Fawsley Hall Hotel & Spa unique?
Fawsley is renowned for a sense of history & grandeur combined with modern comforts and attentive yet non-intrusive service from friendly and engaging staff. A variety of food & beverage options are available throughout the bar & lounge, restaurant, spa and bedrooms with al fresco dining options during the warmer weather.
The impressive architecture is completed by the magnificent barrel-vaulted Tudor Great Hall. The spa also features an outdoor heated hydro pool set within a picturesque spa garden.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Fawsley Hall Hotel & Spa?
Fawsley Hall has 60 bedrooms, including double, twin, deluxe, feature and Suites. The Master Suite 1575 is named after Queen Elizabeth I's historic visit and features a grand four-poster bed and stunning views.
All rooms are decorated in keeping with the period style of the wing situated in the Tudor, Georgian or Victorian wings. For accommodation in the Spa and Knightley Court there is a more contemporary feel.
Fawsley Hall is also available to host weddings, private dining events and meetings in one of its 7 meeting rooms or Exclusive Knightley Court venue.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Daventry area?
Nestled in the Northamptonshire countryside, Fawsley Hall is an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding countryside and attractions. The county is known for boasting more historic houses than any other, including Althorp House, Canons Ashby, Sulgrave Manor and Deene Park, to name a few.
For a spot of retail therapy, there is Bicester shopping village and the Heart of the Shires shopping village. For an experience Silverstone racetrack is within a half-hour drive.
Being close to the border of Shakespeare's Warwickshire, there is the lively town Stratford-Upon-Avon to visit. Warwick Castle is also close by and there are many charming Northamptonshire villages and gardens to explore.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
For fine dining, the Cedar Restaurant is situated within the Tudor wing. The inglenook fireplace and flagstone floors sweep down from where the old kitchens once were, offering a relaxed and cosy ambiance to enjoy a 2AA rosette dining experience. A sumptuous breakfast is also served here, with both continental and traditional full English available.
For less formal options, the hotel has the Tudor Bar and Lounge and also offers room service.
The Tudor Great Hall offers the perfect space to enjoy afternoon teas or a hot drink next to open fire on an autumn day.
During warmer months the terraces and courtyard are the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail or snack 'al fresco'!
Fawsley Hall is also open to non-resident dining in the bar & lounge, restaurant, spa days and for afternoon tea.
Wedding event days are also hosted three times a year with regular viewing days and show rounds offered.