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Why we love Heythrop Park Resort

A romantic spa break in a historic country house

Heythrop Park Resort is an impressive Grade II* listed manor house dating back to 1710. With its vast stone columns and intricate architecture, not to mention the surrounding manicured gardens, it sets the scene for a quintessentially romantic spa break. Here are just a few of the reasons we love it...

A hotel with history and heritage

The hotel offers modern hospitality but it's framed by its heritage, both architecturally and in terms of interior design. Inspired by Italian artist Bernini, who developed the Baroque style of sculpture, Heythrop Park Resort was designed by the same architect as Blenheim Palace, Chatsworth House and Cliveden - so it's in good company. Its residents have also left an impression, and the hotel nods to their presence. For example, in Brasserie32 the style is inspired by the Duke of Shrewsbury’s Italian wife, Adelaide, who once relaxed there.

Beautiful gardens and grounds

Surrounded by 440 acres of parkland in the tranquil Cotswold countryside the hotel is perfectly placed for a relaxing break, whether you want to watch the wildlife go by or stroll around the gardens. They have been the hotel’s great pride across the centuries and today offers guests visual inspiration as well as plenty to do. For example, there's a range of outdoor activities available, including golf, self-guided walking tours, archery, rifle shooting and laser clay sessions.

A luxury spa experience

From Prosecco as you lounge around to lengths in the 20-metre pool, the spa at Heythrop Park has been created as a destination in its own right. Soothing and stylish, you can settle into your fluffy robe and relax, roaming from the scented relaxation room to sauna, steam room and hot tub.

Spa treatments inspired by the Mediterranean

Alongside gorgeous facilities, the spa offers an indulgent collection of treatments from Mediterranean-inspired brand, Temple Spa. Enticingly named therapies range from the Go Guy facial to My Kinda Skin, All About the Glow to the Champagne & truffles deluxe treatment.

Dining in style

The hotel has not one, but three restaurants to enjoy during your visit. The Market Kitchen in The Orangery serves gold-standard breakfasts and three-course dinners and is buzzy and welcoming. The Travelling Duke Pub & Kitchen has a cosy inn vibe, and Brasserie32 is all soaring ceilings and intricate decor for that extra sense of occasion.

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