Fawsley Hall

At a glance

  • Scenery

    Walking

    The grounds are extensive and beautiful with a number of walking trails to explore.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    The gardens oscillate between neat lawns and rural parkland, but are picturesque into the horizon and perfect for a gentle stroll.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    In keeping with the aristocratic theme, the venue is in close proximity to Bleinheim Palace and Althrop estate, and for those looking for a little retail therapy Bicester Village is nearby as well!

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The spa and hotel are located across a characteristically picturesque courtyard from one another, but you will need to go outside so don’t forget your slippers!

  • Romantic

    Romantic Weekend

    This resort is perfect for those looking for a romantic getaway

Location

Fawsley Hall

Fawsley Hall, Fawsley Near Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 3BA
NN11 3BA

Fawsley, Northamptonshire, 15miles SW of Northampton, 18miles SE of Leamington Spa

Spa & Leisure

The boutique spa at Fawsley Hall exhibits the best the brand has to offer and extolls the virtues of affordable excess. Compact and comprehensive, the achingly beautiful venue boasts thermal and relaxation rooms, an indoor swimming pool, outdoor hydro pool, a Matrix gym (an equipment brand known for their scientific approach to fitness), and Nordic walking in the surrounding countryside.

The treatments list is equally specialised, with Elemis facials, massages, wraps, reflexology manicures and pedicures alongside pre and post pregnancy treatments, and a collection of finishing touches using Jessica, and Zenspa products; not to mention bridal make-up and hair services. Additionally they stock Moroccan Oil hair and body products.

Hotel & Accommodation

A site dating back to the 7th century and periodically added to over the years as the resident Knightly family grew in noble stature and monarchs including Elizabeth I came to stay; the manor house that constitutes the body of the hotel is the stuff of historic design dreams. Decorated throughout in a manner befitting its status, there are four-poster beds and an abundance of textured fabrics and rich colours across the 58 rooms.

Meanwhile, there is a selection of dining options. The Cedar Restaurant is a 2AA Rosette option for those who prefer the finer things in life, complete with intimate surroundings and an old world feel to the restaurant. Alternatively, try the Tudor Great Hall, living up the its name with high ceilings and grand furniture. It’s the prime spot for a morning coffee, or evening coffee, with everything in between.