Whittlebury Hall

At a glance

  • Hen_friendly

    Hen Friendly

    Offering regular tribute nights, Whittlebury Hall has all the elements for a proper giggle on a girly getaway.

  • Restaurant


    Murray’s Restaurant has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its fine dining experience.

  • Carer

    Carer Goes Free

    Carers are invited to accompany guests and use the heat and ice and leisure facilities free of charge.

  • Local_attractions

    Local Attractions

    The hotel is next door to Silverstone Circuit, and close to Warwick Castle and Bicester Village for shopping.

  • Hotel_spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The venue offers a complete spa experience including leisure facilities, a range of treatments and a heat and ice area.

  • Wheelchair

    Accessible Spa

    The spa and hotel will adapt treatment to suit personal requirements; there is wheelchair access to changing facilities, treatment rooms and the shop; the pool has staggered steps and a lifeguard available for assistance.

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Whittlebury Hall

Whittlebury Hall, Whittlebury, Nr Towcester, Northamptonshire,
NN12 8QH

17miles NW of Milton Keynes, 42miles SE of Coventry

Spa & Leisure

The Day Spa at Whittlebury Hall is huge. There are all-encompassing Heat and Ice Experiences complete with an aromatherapy crystal steam, caldarium, experience showers, foot spas, a hydrotherapy pool, ice cave, roman salt steam, sanarium and tepidarium.

Then there is a separate area for the gym and swimming pool which has its own sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi; and to top it all off 23 treatment rooms including a hammam chamber and rasul room, using Clarins, ESPA, Elemis, and Jessica Nails products in a wide reaching range of treatments.

Please Note the swimming pool will be closed between 3rd May and 13th May due to essential maintenance and the spa will be closed between 8th June- 19th June for maintenance

Hotel & Accommodation

A four star venue with 212 rooms and a view across the golf course, one of the things that is most striking about the hotel is the scale of it – ceilings are high, rooms are big and it has the appearance of a modern building in the style of a rather grand manor house.

When it comes to food, head to the Silverstone Bar (named for the hotel’s proximity of the race circuit next door) for a drink followed by AA Rosette restaurant Murray’s for fine dining. Astons or Bentleys offer a more casual environment serving Italian dishes, and The Spa Café serves light meals and non-alcoholic drinks throughout the day.