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Hotel Review: Tylney Hall Hotel, Hook, Hampshire, England

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It’s a longish, well-manicured, tree-lined winding driveway resulting in the imposing Victorian, Grade II listed Tyney Hall lodge. The former stately house of Lord Windlesham after which Lord Rotherwick as soon as served because the HQ of a delivery line, after which Tylney Hall turned a college.

Eventually, in 1985 it turned a lodge. The inside is as stately as a stately constructing could be, with loads of wooden panelling, marble fireplaces, a sweeping staircase, portrait work, and excessive ceilings, lots of that are artworks in themselves.

The most luxurious ceiling, an authentic function, is the darkish blue and gold hexagonal ceiling within the Italian room. They imported the ceiling from the Grimation Palace in Venice, and it’s a imaginative and prescient price tilting your head again for a second or two to admire.

The Italian lounge with its beautiful ceiling

I bought there one sunny day for a 3.30pm check-in, however a bumper night the evening earlier than. – I feel a marriage social gathering might have been the wrongdoer – meant a 30-minute delay for me.

Reflecting on what a romantic atmosphere Tylney Hall is, I  took tea on the terrace and loved the views over attractive lawns and gardens whereas I waited.

And there’s loads to admire inside its 66 acres of grounds, together with an Italianate backyard, a walled backyard and a few lovely lakes. I misplaced myself for fairly some time simply ambling round these grounds.

Who for

When romance is within the air, this lodge absolutely beckons. It’s for {couples}, household get-togethers, or only a evening away from house for a cheeky change of scene.


Tilney Hall has 113 rooms some are in the primary home, others across the grounds, all positioned in fairly environment. Mine was Lord Rotherwick (room 6) in the primary home, an especially spacious bed room. It comes with a beautiful marble toilet with each a free-standing bathtub with a beautiful view and a moist room bathe. The balcony is a fantastic place to drink an early morning espresso.

Mod cons embody a Nespresso, TV, dressing robes and Molten Brown toiletries.

Food and Drink

Meals are served within the opulent Oak Room Restaurant, although room service is offered. Breakfast is a buffet with fruit, cereals and pastries with two cooked choices: a Full English (I had the veggie model) and porridge. The dinner menu gives 5 starters and 7 mains. I selected the slow-cooked cod fillet with batter scraps, tartare butter sauce and minted peas. The foremost meal was a really flavoursome, juicy corn fed rooster breast, tarragon and motel mousse “faggot”, peas, broad beans, a herb emulsion and crushed jersey royals.

I noticed a Chateaubriand that got here with hand-cut chips, bearnaise sauce and stuffed mushrooms at £85 per couple. Unfortunately, I used to be alone that day.


Thee’s loads happening at Tlyney Hall. The spa gives 5 remedy rooms and a menu of therapies and a completely geared up gymnasium, a sauna and a whirlpool.

There are two lovely swimming pools one indoor and the opposite out of doors and each are heated. You might strive your hand at tennis on the out of doors tennis courtroom or swap the racket for a mallet and play croquet on the garden as an alternative.

Or swap that for snooker cue and luxuriate in a spherical of snooker. However, if it’s a brief keep, discover the grounds. They are so huge you’ll be able to really guide a tour or go it alone with a map you’ll be able to choose up from the concierge.

Incidentally, canines are welcome too.

How a lot?

Deluxe rooms begin at £195.00.

What is close to to Tylney Hall Hotel?

The quaint village of Hook is close by, and you could possibly go to the Pennybridge Farm Alpacas and spend time with these odd-looking however pleasant animals. Or pop into the ruins of Oldham citadel simply over two miles away.


Verdict: Tylney Hall Hotel is within the Hampshire countryside close to the quaint village of Hook. It’s unlikely that it would be best to depart the lodge as you can be too busy enjoyable.

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