Set within 66 acres of Hampshire countryside lies Tylney Hall, an independently owned, Grade II listed country house hotel awarded AA 4 Red Stars.
The 112 bedrooms are beautifully decorated and fitted with amenities including direct dial telephone with voicemail, television, modem point, safe large enough for laptop computers, trouser press, ironing board, hairdryer and bathrobes.
Tylney Hall offers 12 suites of superb quality with excellent facilities in splendid surroundings, ideal for meetings, business and private functions as well as wedding ceremonies and receptions. The magnificent baronial-style Tylney Suite has oak panelling, a stage and minstrel's gallery.
The Chestnut Suite allows private use with an en-suite reception area, bar and cloakroom. The Hampshire Suite is a self-contained building full of character, and offers three very special and exclusive venues for meetings and private dining, set in a private garden.
The individually designed conference and banqueting suites cater for up to 120 delegates providing flexibility to tailor events to your requirements.
Leisure facilities provide the perfect tonic after a busy day and include: indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts, croquet lawn, spa treatment rooms, gym, health and beauty suite, whirlpool, sauna and snooker. There is an 18-hole golf course adjacent to the hotel and horse riding, archery and clay pigeon shooting can easily be arranged.
The Italian lounge boasts original fine walnut panelling and a sixteenth century ceiling imported from the Grimation Palace in Florence. The Drawing Room and the Library Bar also feature elaborate décor from the turn of the century. The acres of landscaped gardens include water gardens designed by Gertrude Jekyll, an Italian garden and a magnificent vista reputed to offer the longest, uninterrupted view in Hampshire.
The award-winning Oak Room restaurant offers innovative menus and an extensive wine list, accompanied by attentive, yet discreet, service for those dining for business or leisure.
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