The Park Spa at Warbrook House ​

Spa facilities

  • Outdoor Hot Tub
  • Rasul
  • Relaxation Room
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room

At a glance

  • Scenery

    Scenic location

    The hotel is beautifully located, surrounded by 121 acres of private grounds, which include its own Versailles-style canal - a feature that can be seen from many of the rooms as well as the restaurant. The location is also convenient, being close to the Berkshire-Hampshire border, as well as Heathrow Airport and Central London.

  • Romantic


    The hotel is ideal for couples visiting on a romantic break. It sets the scene for a real sense of luxury thanks to exceptional architecture and design, while the spa invites you to spend quality time together with three dual treatment rooms and a rasul where you can relax together.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    The Park Spa is a brand new addition to the exceptional Warbrook House Hotel - a historic country house dating back to 1724. The spa is very much a luxury experience - perfect for friends, mothers and daughters or couples on a romantic break. It has all the facilities to relax and unwind. There is no swimming pool, but a luxurious outdoor hot tub, relaxation lounge, sauna, steam room and rasul.


Warbrook House, The Street, Eversley, Hampshire
RG27 0PL

Spa & Leisure

The Park Spa at Warbrook House Hotel is a brand new addition to the hotel, and as one of the newest spas in Hampshire its goals are beauty, luxury and wellbeing in exceptional surroundings. Facilities include a gym, outdoor hot tub, relaxation lounge, a sauna, steam room and a rasul.

Meanwhile, guests are provided with robes, towels and slippers to use throughout their stay, and there are six treatment rooms, three of which are dual suites - perfect for couples. Therapists use ESPA and OPI products in their range of face and body treatments.

Please note: The spa will not be open until 3rd December 2018

Hotel & Accommodation

A spectacular country house hotel set in 121 acres on a private estate, Warbrook House Hotel is a Grade 1 listed mansion dating back to 1724. Its grandeur was designed to mirror the ostentatious French style of the period, with its own Versailles-style canal in the grounds. Meanwhile, inside its 74 rooms have been refurbished to straddle a line between historic grandeur and contemporary hospitality with high ceilings, sash windows and beautiful views of the gardens.

Dining at the hotel reflects a similar fusion of the best of both traditional and contemporary. The Canal View Restaurant uses local ingredients in modern dishes served in elegant surroundings, while afternoon tea is a classic experience befitting a country house. There is also the Atrium Bar, which serves cocktails and an extensive wine list whilst offering light bites ranging from salads to home made pizzas.