At a glance
The ideal location for a romantic weekend break with landscaped gardens to wander in, double treatment rooms and panoramic views.
Hotel Spa Venue
Coworth Park excels in terms of accommodation and spa facilities and strikes a stunning balance between old school style and understated modern splendour.
Forty-five minutes from London but set amongst 240 acres of gardens and countryside, the location is aesthetically unparalleled whilst benefitting from easy transport links.
A veritable feast of epicurean delights, you can choose between the main restaurant, the less formal Barn, the drawing room for tea, and The Spatisserie, and that’s just the food!
Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.
Spa & Leisure
Partially submerged in the two-hundred and forty acre grounds that surround Coworth Park, this eco-luxury spa is contrastingly modern and with its glass walls, provides a light filled sanctuary all year round. Facilities are spread across two floors and include a pool (with underwater music), steam room, experience shower, technogym, terrace with sun loungers, and eight treatment rooms including two double rooms.
As you might expect from an institution at the forefront of innovation, the treatments list is equally impressive; including Caviar facials, detox wraps, massages, pre-natal options, and a host of treatments for men as well as make-up consultations to make sure that you not only feel wonderful when you leave, you will look it as well!
Hotel & Accommodation
The rural setting a mere forty-five minutes from London is easily accessible, whilst feeling simultaneously lost in the historic, Royal County of Berkshire. The grounds in themselves are worth the visit, so couple it with the elegantly designed and sympathetically modern interiors of a beautiful, seventy-room country house, and you have a winning recipe.
Modestly described as a suite, Dower House is the Koh-i-Noor of rooms – well, actually it’s a house – with three bedrooms, a kitchen, dining room, lounge, snug and its own garden complete with swans – you would almost think they had been neatly arranged just for you. Equally delightful, are the other rooms and suites – light, elegant and contemporary whilst respecting the house’s original features.
Dining like a king is not a problem in this stately hotel – there are four dining options including a classical restaurant overlooking the gardens; the less formal Barn opening out onto a courtyard in the summer; the Drawing Room for afternoon tea; and the spa’s own Spatisserie serving homemade pastries, fresh coffee and herbal infusions.