Discover this grand stately home in the heart of England with Rococo ceilings, a relaxing spa, set in 90 acres of landscaped parkland.
Located centrally between the Cotswolds and the Chiltern Hills, Hartwell House provides a luxurious country getaway with superb views and excellent facilities. It was once home to the exiled King of France, Louis XVIII, and his court.
The Jacobean and Georgian, Grade I listed house contains the most beautiful rooms with all the contemporary comforts. With thirty bedrooms, you can choose to stay in the main house, in Hartwell Court (the converted coach house) or in the Old Rectory.
With high ceilings, fine fabrics and dreamy views over the extensive landscape, it truly is an idyllic setting. Hartwell’s spa is located just 100 yards from the main house and is an essential part of a visit to Hartwell.
While away the hours in the inviting pool, the bubbling whirlpool bath or the hydrotherapy hot tub, located on the spa sun terrace.
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