Burnham Beeches Hotel

In 10 acres of gardens in the heart of Buckinghamshire,Burnham Beeches Hotel enjoys the architecture of an 18th century manor house alongside contemporary wellbeing. Close to Windsor and with easy access to London, this former hunting lodge was built in 1727 retains its historic charm alongside modern hospitality. It has an award-winning restaurant, elegant gardens and a spa offering Temple Spa therapies as well as wellness experiences that draw on the natural surroundings.

Spa Facilities

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  • Parking
  • Gym
  • Hot Tub
  • Relax Room
  • Sauna
  • Pool

Hotel Facilities

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  • Bar
  • Coffee Shop
  • Restaurant
Latest Government Advice

Spas in England are now permitted to reopen for spa days. Please note saunas and steam rooms are currently closed and guests may only attend with members of their household or support bubble until 17th May. Food and beverage facilities will be restricted to takeaway or outdoor seating, where available, until this date.

From 17th May, spas and hotels will reopen for overnight spa breaks. Remaining facilities will be permitted to reopen, food and drink can be consumed inside and guests will be able to meet in a group of up to 6 or with 1 other household.

Once spas have reopened certain facilities may require pre-booked slots or remain closed. We advise checking package details carefully at time of booking.

Latest Government Advice

Spas in England are now permitted to reopen for spa days. Please note saunas and steam rooms are currently closed and guests may only attend with members of their household or support bubble until 17th May. Food and beverage facilities will be restricted to takeaway or outdoor seating, where available, until this date.

From 17th May, spas and hotels will reopen for overnight spa breaks. Remaining facilities will be permitted to reopen, food and drink can be consumed inside and guests will be able to meet in a group of up to 6 or with 1 other household.

Once spas have reopened certain facilities may require pre-booked slots or remain closed. We advise checking package details carefully at time of booking.

from £60
per person (min 2)
Overnight break

Simply Escape

  • One night's bed and breakfast
  • Robe, towel and slippers provided
  • 1 hour pre-bookable use of the facilities
from £127.50
per person (min 2)
Overnight break

Indulgent Spa Break

  • One night's bed and breakfast
  • £30 towards dinner
  • A choice of 1 x 30 minute treatment from:
    • Manicure
    • Back and Neck Massage
    • Head and Shoulder Massage
    • Full Body Scrub
    • Craniosacral Stress Release treatment
  • Robe, towel and slippers provided
  • 1 hour pre-bookable use of the facilities
from £155
per person (min 2)
Overnight break

Two Night Ultimate Spa Break

  • Two nights' bed and breakfast
  • £30 towards dinner on the 1st night
  • A choice of 1 x 55 minute treatment from:
    • Nourish, Calm or Balance Facial
    • Full Body Scrub and Lotion
    • Swedish Full Body Massage
    • Pedicure
    • Craniosacral Stress Release treatment
  • Bottle of Prosecco in your room on arrival
  • Robe, towel and slippers provided
  • 1 hour pre-bookable use of the facilities

Please note: the spa is closed on Sundays and Mondays, therefore depending on the day of arrival, treatments and use of the facilities will be on Saturday or Tuesday

from £65
per person
Spa Day

The Indulgent Spa Day

  • A choice of 1 x 30 minute treatment from:
    • Manicure
    • Back and Neck Massage
    • Head and Shoulder Massage
    • Full Body Scrub
    • Craniosacral Stress Release treatment
  • Glass of Prosecco
  • Laura Ashley Afternoon Tea
  • Robe, towel and slippers provided
  • 1 hour pre-bookable use of the facilities

At a glance

  • Local attractions

    A host of attractions are within a short drive of the hotel, including: Windsor Castle, Windsor Great Park, Royal Ascot and Legoland.

  • Family friendly

    The hotel welcomes families and children are permitted to use the pool at select times.

  • Hotel Spa

    The historic hotel combines tranquil surroundings, historic charm and contemporary hospitality to become an accessible and relaxing hotel spa retreat.

  • Scenic location

    Set in 10 acres of picturesque gardens and looking out onto the rolling Buckinghamshire countryside beyond, Burnham Beeches provides a scenic weekend getaway.

  • Convenient location

    Close to the historic town of Windsor, the hotel is easily accessible by train or by car, especially from London.

  • Restaurant

    The hotel’s AA Rosette Award winning restaurant, Gray’s, is named for the poet, Thomas Gray, who is said to have visited his uncle here in 1737 when he owned the house, and was inspired to write his famous poem, “Elegy in a Country Churchyard”.

Spa & Leisure

  • Parking
  • Gym
  • Hot Tub
  • Relax Room
  • Sauna
  • Pool

In 10 acres of gardens in the heart of Buckinghamshire, the spa at Burnham Beeches Hotel enjoys the architecture of an 18th century manor house alongside contemporary wellbeing. Leisure facilities provide a range of relaxation opportunities, complete with a swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, and gym. Meanwhile, the SOUL Spa is a modern space in tranquil woodland surroundings offering a range of luxurious Temple Spa treatments for face and body. The wellness opportunities at Burnham Beeches are ever expanding, and the team are mindful of incorporating the rich beauty of the surrounding environment into the spa experience with dedicated wellness retreats including wellness workshops and guided meditations.

Hotel & Accommodation

  • Bar
  • Coffee Shop
  • Restaurant

Close to Windsor and with easy access to London, this former hunting lodge was built in 1727 and retains its historic charm with wood panelled walls and manicured gardens that have charmed the good, the great and even the English National Football Team when they stayed here during Euro ’96. Refurbishments have meant that while the rooms offer a sense of history with four-poster beds and rich fabrics, they also incorporate a contrasting sense of modernity thanks to a neutral palette and luxury details. The cherry on the cake at Burnham Beeches is the AA Rosette Awarded Gray’s Restaurant, named for the poet, Thomas Gray, who is said to have visited his uncle here in 1737 when he owned the house, and was inspired to write his famous poem, “Elegy in a Country Churchyard”. It is located in the original building, but the surroundings are all stucco ceilings and Georgian style, the menu is one of cosmopolitan elegance at both lunch and dinner.

Location

Grove Rd, Burnham, Slough, Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire
SL1 8DP