Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire
Dogmersfield, Hampshire, England
At a Glance
Four Seasons Hampshire is a wonderful country retreat but still within easy reach of London
Home to the Dukes of Wellington since 1817 this lovely historical house is on a classic Hampshire Estate with lots of contemporary touches
The Spa has a wealth of indulging treatments and a fantastic indoor/outdoor pool complete with sauna and steam room
Ideally located, with Windsor Castle, Stonehenge and the cathedral towns of Winchester and Salisbury all easily reached
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It is very difficult to predict the weather in the United Kingdom - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but the UK does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winter, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk in the country.
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The Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire is a restored Georgian Manor House situated in Dogmersfield in beautiful Hampshire countryside in the South of England. The Four Seasons Hotel cleverly combines modernity with tradition.
The Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire commands a superb Georgian Manor House with all the charm and elegance of its era and the comforts of contemporary styling. The ideal location of this hotel, just an hour from London, makes for a perfect escape where guests can relax and enjoy the surrounding Hampshire countryside.
The Four Seasons Hotel, Hampshire is a charming country retreat with plenty of activities on site including clay pigeon shooting, tennis, horse-riding and guests can even take a trip on a canal boat along the Basingstoke Canal which runs through the estate. There is a fantastic Spa with an indoor pool leading to an outdoor 'vitality pool' and a fully equipped gym offering a variety of fitness classes. Guests can indulge in a wealth of Spa treatments or just kick back and relax in the hot tub, sauna or steam room.
In true Four Seasons style, the hotel has a superb restaurant, 'Seasons', which has a French-European influence and an ever changing menu which is always in keeping with the seasons. Bar 1086 is the hotel's bar where guests can get cosy beside the open fire or sit out through the French windows on the sunny terrace! Traditional afternoon tea is served in the library on a daily basis.
Four Seasons has a dedicated team looking after younger guests with several daily activities to keep them interested and entertained. The chefs have created a special children's menu to cater for every taste and there is no additional charge for children staying in the same room as their parents. As well as being a family friendly hotel, dogs are also most welcome and there are plenty of lovely country walks right on the doorstep.
There are a total of 133 guest bedrooms which include 22 luxury suites. All the rooms have been decorated with classical English style and cleverly combine the Georgian period with a nod to modern day technology. All the rooms have full marble bathrooms.
All the rooms are well fitted out with wired and wireless high-speed internet access, Satellite TV with cable network, CD and DVD players, private safe, fully stocked bar fridge, complimentary newspaper and twice daily house-keeping.
Mews Rooms have one king or twin beds and have lovely views of the 18th Century stable block.
Garden Rooms have one twin or twin beds and all have a view of the garden or courtyard.
Heritage Rooms have a king bed or twin beds with a separated seating area with lovely views over the grounds.
Manor Rooms have one king bed or twin beds and are situated in the main manor house.
|Grand Manor Room||
These rooms are situated in the old Manor House with lovely views over the surrounding estate. They have a king bed and full marble bathroom.
The Executive suites all have king beds and a separate seating area with views over the woodland or courtyard.
|Oliver King Parlour Suite||
This suite has a king bed with spacious living area and is situated in the old Manor House. There are stunning views over the surrounding estate.
These suites have a king bed and marble bathroom. There is a generous living area.
These three suites have a king bed as well as a sofa bed and a roll away bed, there is a large sitting room with dining area and lovely views over the walled garden.
These suites have a king bed with living area and dining space for four adults. The three Park Suites can be interconnecting making them attractive for larger family groups.
|William Godson Suite||
This individual suite is in the old manor house and in addition to the king bed there is a large sitting room with dining and work space and lovely views over the estate.
|Ellis St. John Suite||
This suite has a lovely position in the main house with great views over the estate. There is a bedroom as well as a large sitting room with dining and work space.
There is one bedroom with a king bed, a large living room and separate dining room (for up to six people).
|The Royal Suite||
The Royal Suite has two double rooms and two full marble bathrooms as well as a large living area and separate dining room for up to six people. The balcony offers stunning sunset views over the surrounding countryside.
The Four Seasons Hampshire is extremely family friendly, offering each child (over 3 years) a complimentary invitation to join the Kids For All Seasons program. There is no extra charge for children under the age of 18 if they are sharing the same room as their parents. Extra children's beds or baby's cots are available in almost all of the rooms and baby sitting can be arranged on request. The Park Suites can be interconnecting making them ideal for larger family groups.
The renowned Seasons Restaurant has a French-European style of menu and every Friday evening guests are invited to go 'fish'ing. This is the weekly fish fest when the chef prepares the freshest catch of the day and guests can choose the fish they want to eat and how they would like it prepared and cooked. For a slightly more informal and relaxed atmosphere there is the Bistro and in the Spa complex guests can choose to eat fresh and healthy dishes in Café Santé. Bar 1086 is the hotel's spacious bar which opens onto the terrace.
On site there is an equestrian center offering riding for all abilities, hacks and lessons can be arranged as and when required. Clay pigeon shooting, tennis and a trip on a canal boat are other activities on the estate. While golf can be arranged at a range of different courses throughout Hampshire. The Spa with pool and gym and a variety of treatments also keeps guests well indulged.
The hotel has a multi-lingual concierge available 24 hours and a limousine service ready to assist in transporting guests.
The impeccable service and elegance of the Four Seasons brand have been brought down the road from London (about an hour's drive away) to almost-rural Hampshire, where 111 rooms and 22 suites have been installed in a refurbished and extended Georgian manor house on a beautiful 500-acre estate. The accommodation is traditional in style but furnished with hi-tech amenities and large bathrooms. Dining options include a formal French restaurant, Seasons, and a caf with a menu for the health-conscious.
X-factor The spa housed in the former stable block, with indoor/outdoor pools, a steam room, caf and fitness studio. Guests can also go riding and clay-pigeon shooting, play tennis, golf and croquet, try falconry or just explore the surrounding countryside.
A day in Oxford
There is so much to see in wonderful Oxford - this is 'the city of dreaming spires' and your private guide will show you the highlights. Home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world, Oxford is packed with history and stunning architecture.
Arundel is one of the longest inhabited country houses in England, a restored medieval castle in Arundel, West Sussex.
Beaulieu National Motor Museum
Set in Hampshire’s New Forest, Beaulieu National Motor Museum is a must for all car enthusiasts. Beaulieu’s 250 vehicles tell the amazing history of motoring from the earliest models to World Land Speed record-breakers and Formula 1 racers.
A masterpiece of eighteenth century Baroque architecture, Blenheim Palace is home to the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Winston Churchill.
The New Forest was once a royal hunting ground for King William I and his noblemen in the 12th century. There is much to explore in the 145 square mile New Forest in southern England and many ways to do it.
Rye is a quaint hilltop town in East Sussex, once important in the protection of the south coast of England but now harboring local fishing boats and a pleasant nature reserve offering coastal walks and wildlife.
Stonehenge and Bath
For a chance to see two of Britain's oldest sites, take a day to visit Bath and Stonehenge. Your private guide will lead you around both UNESCO World Heritage Sites, explaining the history of each and showing you beautiful countryside along the way.
Located in Hampshire at the Western End of the South Downs National Park, Winchester is most famous for its Cathedral but also home to the largest Farmers' market in the UK (occurring twice a month).
Location & directions
Dogmersfield, Hampshire, England
Four Seasons Hampshire is 48 miles from London and about an hour's drive from the city depending on the traffic!