Hambleton Hall, one of the finest country house hotels in the United Kingdom, oozing luxury, style and heritage in Rutland, East Midlands.
What makes a stay at Hambleton Hall unique?
People arrive at Hambleton with good, sturdy intentions about long rambles, bird watching, shooting and other countryside activities, but most just succumb to the sheer comfort of the hotel, curling up with a book by one of the log fires. Affiliated to Relais & Chateaux, Hambleton has a Michelin-starred chef in Aaron Patterson and an impressive wine list under the watchful eye of sommelier of Dominique Baduel.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Hambleton Hall?
Every room and suite at Hambleton Hall was built to offer exceptional levels of comfort. All rooms have been designed in a distinctive style, and they are all luxuriously furnished with comfortable furnishings and rich fabrics. An experienced team strives to guarantee that customer service is at the highest level. So while the hotel retains all the charm and elegance of the days gone by, facilities and services from a world-class hotel are at the standard anticipated.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Oakham area?
Walking - For several of the guests, the Fisherman's track across the Hambleton Peninsular, accessed from the Park, is the popular first walk.
Local Towns & Village - Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford are favourite towns for visitors.
Historic Sites - Of wonderful houses and their collections, which are available to the public, Rutland is well supplied.
Birdwatching - A great starting point for a bird watching expedition is the Visitor Center at Egleton (2.5 miles from the Hotel).
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Dinner in the dining room that the gourmandising Walter Marshall built for himself in 1881 is a delight. Guests should be sure to place an order from Hambleton's own bakery the night before they leave. This bread, which runs to eight different loaves as well as muffins, tarts, fruit loaves and the exotic Rutland Pippin, will be waiting for you to take home on your departure.