Hartwell House is a magnificent Grade I listed stately home hotel owned by the National Trust and set in 90 acres of Buckinghamshire countryside. It has 48 bedrooms (some of which are dog-friendly), four magnificent public rooms, a two AA rosette restaurant, Cafe and Spa for you to come and enjoy.
What makes a stay at Hartwell House Hotel, Restaurant & Spa unique?
Hartwell House offers you the opportunity to stay in a National Trust property. The hotel is opulent in style with the benefit of four public rooms for guests to relax in and take in the antiques and paintings expected of a house of its grandeur. The hotel offers impeccable customer service and ensures guests are looked after throughout their stay with this high level of service.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Hartwell House Hotel, Restaurant & Spa?
Hartwell House has 48 bedrooms in total, 32 in the main house and 16 in the Hartwell Court, once the old riding school, located 150 yards away from the main house. The rooms are furnished in a traditional yet stylish manner expected of an English country house.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Vale of Aylesbury area?
Buckinghamshire has more National Trust properties to visit than any other county in England. Waddesdon Manor, home of the Rothschilds is a clear favourite and 15 minutes away. Bicester Village luxury shopping village is 30 minutes away and you can pick up an additional 10% discount voucher at reception. Bletchley Park, home of the Code Breakers is a popular attraction to visit when staying at Hartwell, as is Harry Potter Studios, 30 minutes away. The Reception team are able to assist with any questions about the area that guests may have.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Breakfast is served in the Soane dining room for all residents, it includes continental and cooked English breakfast options. Luncheon is served Wednesday to Sunday in the main house and Dinner daily. Traditional Afternoon Tea is available in the public rooms daily and is a very popular choice so booking is recommended.