We stayed here whilst enjoying a local party. we didn't have dinner but the breakfast was great. Whilst the rooms in the courtyard have everything you could want and are very well decorated it does feel a little soulless. The grounds and house are very picturesque but it felt like Marie Celeste.All the rooms seem to have high windows so don't look out onto the grounds which is a shame. We returned at 1.30am and found everywhere empty and looking a bit woebegone. The tables etc had been left from a lunch party and it felt like an abandoned ship.It just feels like it has lost it's character and doesn't seem to know if it is a convention centre or a hotel. Our bed was fantastic though.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Until 2009 Oakley Hall Hotel solely hosted weddings, meetings, conferences and events, before becoming established as one of the leading hotels in Hampshire, along with the 2 AA Rosette restaurant. In 2014, a major £4 million restoration project saw Oakley Hall Hotel returned to its full glory. With 50 beautiful bedrooms, suites and even a delightful 3-bedroom Garden Cottage from which to choose, guests can indulge in a luxurious stay, enjoy a relaxing drink in the 1795 Bar & Lounge and a fine dining experience in the award-winning 2 AA Rosette Glasshouse Restaurant. Outside there are acres and acres of stunning grounds to explore. From a gentle walk to an early morning run or an afternoon of clay pigeon shooting, there are plenty of things to do. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Oakley Hall Hotel Hampshire