Tylney Hall

At a glance

  • Child_friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.

  • Award_winning

    Award Winning

    They have been named ‘Britain’s Best Hotel with an Outdoor Pool’ by the Telegraph for the second consecutive year.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    In 66 acres of parkland, the views are spectacular and ideal for picnics in the summer!

  • Romantic

    Romantic Weekend

    The historic building and surrounding countryside make the hotel ideal for a romantic weekend.

  • Local_attractions

    Local Attractions

    Historic Winchester with its cathedral, museums and galleries, as well as Jane Austin’s house in nearby Alton, are amongst the local attractions.

  • Pre_natal


    The Health Suite offers treatments and packages tailored to mums-to-be.

  • Leisure_break

    Leisure Break Venue

    The hotel has a range of leisure facilities and treatments available but is not a specialised spa location.

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Tylney Hall

Tylney Hall Rotherwick, Hook, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom,
RG27 9AZ

35 miles NE of Southampton, 22 miles west of Guildford

Spa & Leisure

The Health Suite at Tylney Hall is housed in what used to be the old stables, and now provides a sense of luxury with facilities both inside and out. Outside is a pool sheltered by a walled garden, a tennis court, jogging trails, mountain bike hire, and a croquet lawn, while inside there is another pool, a gym, saunas, a snooker room and Molten Brown toiletries.

There are also five treatment rooms and a manicure and pedicure studio, where therapists use products from Kerstin Florian and Vitaman to offer a wide range of facial, body, and male grooming treatments.

Hotel & Accommodation

A Grade II listed building surrounded by 66 acres of parkland; Tylney Hall is a Victorian mansion richly referencing its past throughout in the form of original design features. There are 112 rooms and suites, many of which also enjoy scenic views of the Hampshire countryside, flanked by two lines of mature Redwoods leading to the horizon.

Afternoon tea is a must at Tylney Hall, in the Grey Lounge that is characterised by a Rococo feel thanks to the pale blue walls and ornate cornicing. Drinks are served in the old library, which in winter is accompanied by the crackle of logs burning in the marble fireplace, while dinner is served in the Oak Room Restaurant along with views of the gardens.