Built in the mid-1500s, this beautiful Grade I listed Tudor manor has a truly unique story. The gorgeous location has hosted occupying Romans, a Tudor tryst, and even a Civil War army, so history is literally on your doorstep. An magnificent Roman mosaic floor and village ruins can be found on the grounds. The house was where Henry VIII courted Jane Seymour and where the D-Day landings were planned.
The property also includes England's last intact Cromwellian Chapel in a private residence, as well as many other historical gems for you to explore at your leisure. All of this is complemented by excellent service, delectable cuisine in the spacious restaurant, nightly live entertainment, and a variety of activities ranging from tennis to air rifle shooting.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Littlecote House?
Every room, offers a warm and welcoming factor to give you nothing short of a great night’s sleep. You'll find nice-to-have amenities including free Wi-Fi, towels, a TV, hairdryer, safe, comfy chairs and reading lights and tea & coffee-making facilities with biscuits.
Facilities at Littlecote House include: 34 hectares of historic parklands and gardens containing an ornate Roman mosaic floor and settlement remains, Two tennis courts and an outdoor bowling green, Indoor pool, sauna and steam room.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Hungerford area?
Berkshire is a royal county with a variety of beautiful homes, parks, and towns to visit. Blenheim Palace, Ashdown House, and Highclere Castle are three of the top things to do in Berkshire, with a richness of history, enormous grounds, and, of course, as the site of Downton Abbey. These houses are ideal for a day out regardless of the weather, with acres of open area to explore and millennia of human activity to discover.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
A brand-new Market Kitchen evening menu and breakfast in The Popham restaurant is included with Dinner, Bed & Breakfast, plus a cooked or continental start to the day for guests on a Bed & Breakfast break.