Heckfield Place is one of our personal favourites as we had the privilege to visit in September 2020 to investigate. It was absolutely wonderful!
Once a Georgian family home, the restored estate of Heckfield Place is now a stunning hotel retreat on 400 acres of secluded and charming landscape. With a strong drive for sustainability and natural home living, Heckfield Place makes for the perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of life’s stresses. A beautiful piece of English history in the heart of the rolling Hampshire countryside.
In the House and the Corridors, each bedroom offers a different aspect and connection to the grounds. From bespoke English oak furniture to mats handwoven from rushes harvested on the River Ouse, comfort and character are written in the natural materials and meticulous craftsmanship found throughout.
Enjoy plenty of dining options and a luxurious spa
Marle at Heckfield Place is one of the restaurants on site. Using the freshest ingredients from the land with traditional cooking techniques, guests and non-guests can enjoy the best of English cuisine.
Centered around an open fire and using traditional and simple cooking methods, Hearth at Heckfield Place is the other restaurant option available to guests. Using the freshest local ingredients for the seasonal menus, there is a wide variety of excellent food on offer.
If that was not enough, you can have afternoon tea at the Glasshouse, an upper walled garden conservatory serving freshly baked cakes and treats made with local ingredients. And once the sun sets, head to the Moon Bar, an intimate meeting place nestled in the centre of the house where guests can enjoy a wide selection of handmade cocktails and collection of spirits.
The Little Bothy Spa offers guests a range of fresh treatments and massages, as well as personal training, pilates, yoga, and bodyism.