With its stunning entrance, fabulous gardens and elegant style, this glorious hotel is the perfect match for a romantic sojourn. A game of golf, clay pigeon shooting, garden picnics and tennis are all on hand, but for couples wanting to relax in the ultimate luxury, indulge in some lounge time by the pool in the beautiful walled garden, then head indoors for a sumptuous spa treatment where you can choose massages and facials as well as those specifically aimed at men.
Spa and hotel facilities
- Outdoor Pool
- Hot Tub
Why people visit here
Pre-NatalThe Health Suite offers treatments and packages tailored to mums-to-be.
Local AttractionsHistoric Winchester with its cathedral, museums and galleries, as well as Jane Austin’s house in nearby Alton, are amongst the local attractions.
Romantic WeekendThe historic building and surrounding countryside make the hotel ideal for a romantic weekend.
Leisure Break VenueThe hotel has a range of leisure facilities and treatments available but is not a specialised spa location. Facilities include: indoor pool, outdoor pool and a sauna.
Tylney Hall frequently asked questions
- Who owns Tylney Hall?
- Tylney Hall is an impressive red brick property with an illustrious history. Having been the home of baronets, viscounts, lords and ladies, it became a privately run hotel in 1985.
- How do you get to Tylney Hall?
- Surrounded by 66 acres of parkland and gardens in Hook, Hampshire, Tylney Hall is just a short drive from Basingstoke and is well connected in all directions by the M3 and M4 motorways. The nearest train station is in Basingstoke, 6.6 miles (15-minutes by taxi) away, and the nearest airport is in Farnborough, 12.7 miles (20 minutes by taxi) from the hotel.
- What is included in a spa day at Tylney Hall?
- What's included in a spa day at Tylney Hall depends on the experience that you book. The spa and leisure facilities offer both indoor and outdoor experiences. They include an outdoor pool, a tennis court, jogging trails and a croquet lawn, while inside there is another pool, a gym, and a small sauna in the male and female changing rooms. No steam room. There are also five treatment rooms where therapists use Kerstin Florian products in a range of face and body therapies.
- What is near Tylney Hall?
- Tylney Hall is surrounded by acres of gardens, grounds and countryside, but is also very well connected to the surrounding sites and attractions in Hampshire. For example, you might take a trip to historic Winchester with its cathedral, museums and galleries, or head to Jane Austin’s house in nearby Alton.
- When was Tylney Hall built?
- Tylney Hall has an impressive history. Records show that a property has existed on the site since 1561, although the main house wasn't built until 1700. The Tylney family line died out in 1725 and the property was passed to different cousins. The property was demolished by one descendent, but the estate was bought by Sir Lionel Philips in 1898 and redeveloped to become the property we know today and based on a 16th-century model. It became a hospital in the First World War, a Headquarters for Lord Rotherwick's shipping interests in the Second World War, and a school in 1948. In 1985 it was finally refurbished to become a hotel and restaurant, and that's the destination we know and love today.
- What amenities does Tylney Hall have?
- A Grade II listed property, Tylney Hall is a luxurious country house hotel set in 66 acres of parkland and impressive, historic gardens (which are worth exploring in their own right). There are 112 rooms and suites at the hotel, all beautifully decorated. The main restaurant is the Oak Room Restaurant, where dinner is served by a marble fireplace with views of the gardens. There is also the ornate Grey Lounge for afternoon tea. The spa and leisure facilities offer both indoor and outdoor experiences. They include an outdoor pool, a tennis court, jogging trails and a croquet lawn, while inside there is another pool, a gym, and a small sauna in the male and female changing rooms. No steam room. There are also five treatment rooms where therapists use Kerstin Florian products in a range of face and body therapies. The hotel and spa's accessible facilities include: Tylney Hall is a historic property but it has been updated to include as many accessible features as possible. For example, it includes: - Access to the hotel via portable ramp access - Accessible toilets - Accessible rooms – rooms with ground floor access, wet rooms, assistance alert cords, specially allocated rooms for guests with dogs. - Wheelchairs for guest use - Defguard – vibrating fire alarm and alarm clock - Induction loop on all reception desks - Portable induction loop
- What are the food and drink options at Tylney Hall?
- The main restaurant is the Oak Room Restaurant, where dinner is served by a marble fireplace with views of the gardens. There is also the ornate Grey Lounge for afternoon tea.
- How many treatment rooms are there at Tylney Hall?
- Tylney Hall has five treatment rooms. Therapists use Kerstin Florian in a range of face and body treatments.
- What time is check in/check out?
- Check-in at Tylney Hall is from 4pm, and check-out time is 11am. If you're a day spa guest, the standard opening hours are: 9am to 8pm on Monday to Saturday, 9am to 5pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays, closed Christmas Day and New Years Day. It is recommended however that you check your specific spa booking times before arrival, and that you check for any changes to regular opening times, particularly relating to bank holidays, before you visit.
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