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Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Dogmersfield
Certificate of Excellence
Sheffield
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“Charming Hotel - Excellent Service”
Reviewed 27 May 2010

We came to this hotel for a conference 9-13 May 2010.
I drove upto the entrance and was met by the concierge who took charge of the luggage (I was travelling with my wife too) and valet parked my car, good start. The Spanish receptionist was delightful and took us to our room. We were on the 2nd floor, no one above, very nice & spacious quiet room. The bathrooms are really well done in marble, great shower and separate bath. I found the staff, without exception to be very courteous and friendly, always professional (very well trained!). The food was good, have breakfast in the room - It is excellent!! The afternoon tea was very nice although a little expensive.
I found the food to be of a good standard and plenty of it. The leisure facilities are first class, I liked the free to use bicycles, even if it was to pop across to the tennis courts (5pm-7pm very quiet) which were astro turf, they played quite well and we used them three times during our stay.
The swiming pool is huge, you can also swim outside to a jacuzzi area which was ok.
My wife had a relaxing massage although £90 was a bit steep. There is a trail which you can walk and many outdoor activities. The shooting appealed to me but I was put off by the price. The connecting glass corridor is a bit oppressive when the sun is out, but thats a minor point in what is otherwise an exceptional hotel.
The business facilities here are first class, the private rooms for dining are really good,
i would say that the drinks are expensive, the bar area is a bit of a mish mash interspersed with diners, the outdoor patio area is good for smokers and would be really nice in the summer.
All in all an excellent venue., we'll definately be back!

  • Stayed May 2010, travelled on business
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Reviewed 22 May 2010

Excellent service and friendly staff. Rooms were huge and very nicely appointed. Only downsides was that it was very warm and I couldn't get a breeze into my room so did not sleep well.

Food was excellent quality but the bar was very expensive. The glass corridors felt like greenhouses in the heat.

  • Stayed May 2010, travelled on business
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London
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Reviewed 22 April 2010

On arrival would not get us a coffee, tried to send us off through the warren of passages to the pool cafe. Got to room, Bed collapsing, Given a room over the Air con. Not good. Rubbish tv set.
Went to bar, ordered Beer, Beer flat and I mean still. So ordered Vodka and Orange Juice. The barman actually used cordial and diluted with tap water, No Ice, no slice. Ridiculous.
sent it back, same drink came back with ice, still no slice! Told him to forget it, get me a bottle of peroni instead. Tried an Irish coffee , came all mixed up , a right mess
Dinner? forget it ..ordered a steak medium rare got a grey mass you could sole your shoe with, frozen chips. Price ? £50!!! I should point out that If there are two of you everything here costs £50. except Shooting thats £150 for a few clays. Rubbish.
Breakfast horrible bacon cooked ( barely) en masse and left to boil in it's own water. It wasn't even brown it was a pinky grey really nasty. sausages ordinary, eggs congealed. How much? yep 50 quid.
Three days cost almost $2000
THIS PLACE IS A RIP OFF.

  • Stayed January 2010, travelled as a couple
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Belfast, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 April 2010

Yet another good four seaons Hotel, situated in an English Mansion, which has been sympathetically extended to include the original stable block, which is now the Spa.
The hotel is beautiful, with varying rooms, do try to secure a room in the origanal house, to give you a sense of the period property. The service is excellent in all areas especially the Spa ( may I recommend Peter in the Spa- he is simply the best at his profession).
Breakfast is excellent with a wide variety of products and dinner is equally good.
The grounds are meticulously kept with beautiful walks and follies to amuse and keep the interest. This property is great for total relaxation, as it is in a beautiful rural location. We would totally recommend.

  • Stayed March 2010, travelled as a couple
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Dublin, Ireland
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Reviewed 13 April 2010

This place is lovely. I was glad however that I wasn't paying for it as the breakfasts are seriously expensive!!! £27 for fruit, coffee and porridge! Bit steep - even for the Four Seasons ....

The room was lovely - the staff were great. The setting is lovely and I heard tell that the spa is wonderful but unfortunately time did not permit a visit ...

  • Stayed April 2010, travelled on business
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London
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Reviewed 10 April 2010

This is a beautiful hotel. You feel like you are in a different country the minute you drive in, such is the atmosphere. The grounds are wonderful and we spent the whole morning cycling around. The spa and pool are fantastic and extremely relaxing. You can even sunbathe outside by the outdoor jacuzzi. As with all Four Seasons hotels, the staff are very friendly and welcoming and could not do more to try to please their guests. Yes, the food is expensive but that again is what you expect from a Four Seasons hotel as the quality is so good. We will definitely return!

  • Stayed April 2010, travelled as a couple
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New Jersey
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Reviewed 31 March 2010

This Hotel is the epitome of civility. It is a massive brick complex consisting of an original main building (formerly a lord's estate, then a boarding school then ultimately the Four Seasons) and several new wings all connected by lovely glass enclosed walkways. There are probably several hundred rooms all together. The monolithic estate sits on a hill overlooking beautiful countryside.

The grounds (totaling several hundred acres) are meticulously kept and punctuated with fine English gardens which are positioned just in the right places thereby allowing one to enjoy them from inside your room or outdoors. There are tennis courts, stables, ponds and streams along with lot's of jogging paths.

The decor masterfully combines traditional English formality with chic contemporary flare. The rooms are traditionally decorated and very large (even the standard rooms). There is a very nice restaurant and bar on site along with a spa and indoor/outdoor pool.

Everything is immaculate and appears polished, new and pristine.

There are two downsides to this hotel. (1) The hotel is located far away from the center of any town, and thus you must rely on ground transportation to go anywhere. There is NO nightlife whatsoever. (2) The room rates and food are very expensive.

I am very fortunate because I frequent this hotel about 4-5 times per year on business (so I don't pay for anything out of my own pocket). I do recommend this hotel for a peaceful weekend getaway, business lodging/meetings and family vacations. The property is about 45 mins from Heathrow by car, about 1 hour from Waterloo Station in London by train.

  • Stayed December 2009, travelled on business
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Property: Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England
Address: Dogmersfield Park Chalky Lane | Chalky Lane, Dogmersfield RG27 8TD, England
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Region: United Kingdom > England > Hampshire > Dogmersfield
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Dogmersfield
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££££
Hotel Class:5 star — Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England 5*
Number of rooms: 133
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Set amid 500 acres of Hampshire parkland, yet only 1 hour from central London, Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire is the perfect English-country escape. Centred on a historic Georgian Manor house, rooms feature English-style interiors with spacious, en-suite marble bathrooms. Guests can enjoy an array of country pursuits including horse-riding and clay-pigeon shooting, and outdoor activities such as tennis and cycling. The luxury Spa, situated in the renovated stable block, features a conservatory-style infinity pool and outdoor vitality pool, and a tree-top challenge, the Highwire Adventure, is situated in the estate's woodland. Seasons restaurant offers traditional British classics with a modern twist, made with the finest locally sourced produce. Adjacent to the restaurant, Bar 1086 serves a range of seasonal cocktails and Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire's own craft ale, the '1086'. Guests can also delight in Afternoon Tea in the Library, overlooking the rolling Hampshire Hills. Pets welcome. From 17th October to 2nd December 2016, Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire will be undertaking an enhancement programme of the ground floor facilities of its Manor House. During this period, arrival at the Hotel will via The Club & Spa at Four Seasons and provisions are in place to guarantee a seamless check-in experience. Afternoon Tea will during this time be served in Seasons. The Hotel Team is committed to minimising disruption to guests throughout the duration of the enhancements. ... more   less 
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