Saturday, May 18, 2013

Golf & Spa Breaks at Tylney Hall in Hampshire


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Tylney Hall is a four-star hotel located half way between Rotherwick and Hook, just a few miles east of Basingstoke. The hotel enjoys a privileged location in the heart of the Hampshire countryside and it offers a wide range of facilities and activities both at the hotel and in the surrounding area.

The Tylney Hall Hotel in Hampshire was built on a Grade II listed building that dates from the 19th century. The venue has a total of 112 rooms that are divided into deluxe bedrooms, deluxe superior bedrooms, executive bedrooms, junior suites, garden suites, and the exclusive Duke and Duchess master suites. Room size ranges from 326 square feet in standard deluxe bedrooms to over 700 square feet in the master suites. Room amenities include tea and coffee making facilities, a personal safe, hairdryer, irons, broadband Internet, direct dial telephone, trouser press, digital TV, luxury toiletries, and towelling bathrobes. Refrigerators and DVD players are available on request. Depending on the room category, guests can enjoy views over the courtyard, the golf course, the countryside, or the hotel's extensive gardens. Rooms are individually decorated in traditional British style using period furniture. Rates range between £250 and £530.

The hotel serves contemporary British cuisine at its Oak Room restaurant, where lunch, dinner, and a-la-carte menus are available. Sunday luncheons and children's menus are also on offer. Snacks and light meals are served at the hotel's two lounges. The Tylney Hall is also known for its afternoon teas, which are served daily from 3.30 to 5pm.

The hotel's Health Suite offers spa treatments and alternative therapies like reflexology and reiki, while the fitness facilities include a fully-equipped gym and an indoor pool. There is an 18-hole golf course on-site, as well as jogging trails, tennis courts, saunas, and snooker rooms. The hotel can arrange business events, weddings, and banquets, and it offers themed leisure breaks aimed at families, couples, and golf enthusiasts.

The surrounding area offers visitors many entertainment opportunities. These include the Hampshire Food Festival, the Basingstole Arts Festival (both held during the month of July), and the Highclere Game and Country Fair. Other nearby attractions that can be visited as part of a day trip include the National Trust West Green House Garden, Highclere castle, Legoland Windsor, the Whitchurch silk mill, Birdworld, the Jane Austen's House museum, Winchester cathedral, Windsor castle, Ascot, and the Marwell Zoo and Wildlife Trust. The hotel is also near the South Downs National Park.

5 comments:

Bless May 24, 2013 at 2:28 PM  

This is a great place to stay for sure. Love the indoor pool. It must be very relaxing to be in there.

JESSICA Cassidy May 24, 2013 at 3:48 PM  

I would love to swim in that indoor pool after a tiring walk or adventure to cool off :-)

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~Ms. Joy mH~ May 24, 2013 at 7:31 PM  

The place is exceptional. I love the idea of indoor pool. You can always have time to go there no matter what the weather is like.

""rare*jonRez"" May 24, 2013 at 9:20 PM  

The pool part of a hotel accommodation is always one of those that I look forward to ever since I got kids. That hotel sure boasts a nice pool for fun and relaxation!

amiable amy May 28, 2013 at 7:54 AM  

My eyes are glued on the jacuzzi right away :-) Hubby and I planned to have a jacuzzi in the backyard. How i wish! Anyway, that place is so relaxing. I wouldn't mind swimming indoors.

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