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Oatlands Park Hotel – A Royal Re-entry

Published: 12 Aug 2020

July 6th has marked some famous Royal celebrations in the past. Both Richard the Lionheart and Richard III were crowned on this date, which heralded new beginnings for the country.

So, it is appropriate, that historic Oatlands Park, the country home of Henry VIII, should begin life again on this date.

The luxury four star hotel with connections to Royal marriages and Royal Life will open its majestic doors on the first Monday in July to re-start life and hotel splendor for guests.

Staycations were popular with the Royal Court in the day, with leisure and local pursuits key to enjoyment for visits to the regions. Oatlands Park Hotel recognises that this will be on-trend for 2020 and so have created packages filled with full, enjoyment, luxury and a little bit of decadence – Henry style.

Sumptuous weekend breakfasts will be complimentary, Sunday Lunches and Champagne Afternoon Teas will be resplendent and visits to the nearby Hampton Court Palace and Wisley Gardens will be part of the amazing Great British Summer on offer. And this very Grand experience will only cost around £80*.

Let’s forget the difficulties of the past and start to live in the future. Take it as read that the hotel and its 10-acre estate is abiding by government guidelines and has the most rigorous safety and cleaning systems in place which are independently audited.

Break away from the recent restrictions and come and enjoy the best of British; the best of service; the best of the country; and the best of history all within easy reach of the Surrey countryside.

*Two-night weekend rates start from £76 per room, per night based on single occupancy and include luxurious accommodation, complimentary full English breakfast or Continental breakfast*, free car parking, and high-speed wifi.

To book, please contact reservations on 01932 847242 and choose option 1, or email our

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