“No expense has been spared in the creation of this starry, yet naturally friendly, welcoming and laid back new hotel. Architects Charles Morris and Ben Pentreath and interior designer David Collins have created a beautifully crafted showpiece, serene yet happening, with glamorous interiors, two restaurants (one for fine dining, the other, the Scullery, more informal) and sybaritic bedrooms and suites, both in the elegant main house and in charming, idiosyncratic pavilions behind. A state of the art spa has recently opened. Children welcome: there’s plenty to do for all the family, from foraging to boating. Great for celebrations or just chilling time.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
"The local Ferrari dealership keeps a couple of cars at the front entrance — and guests regularly buy them.."
Originally published by Sunday Times (view article)
"145 square miles of ancient heath and woodland, where ponies, donkeys, pigs, cattle and deer still freely roam. By Fiona Duncan."
Originally published by Hotel Guru Blog (view article)
"Attention has been paid to all the little details: oaks doors, lush colours and soft lighting, giving a relaxing and content atmosphere. The spa is excellent."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)
"A posh youth dressed head to toe in tweed ushers us into a chic urbanista's fantasy of the perfect country house, the sort of place where captains of industry don self-conscious denim and owners of Soho production companies pine for a plus-four."
Originally published by The Guardian (view article)