Guests of Heckfield Place will live out their Jane Austen fantasies in this lovingly restored Georgian family home set on 400 acres of lush gardens, woodlands, and meadows in North Hampshire.
At this gracious 45-bedroom country residence, just about everything is rooted in the estate’s rich soil, including the biodynamic Home Farm, walled gardens, and 500-tree orchards that enrich the hotel’s cuisine.
Two distinct dining experiences curated by Chef Skye Gyngell await and the Moon Bar for a late-night rendezvous over creative cocktails. Guests can cozy up to a bottle of wine from the extensive cellar, cue up a film in the 67-seat screen room, or enjoy solitude at the Bothy Spa. Nearby, antiques are shopping in Hartley Wintney village, rowing on the Whitewater River, and quintessential British pastimes such as cycling, horseback riding, and clay pigeon shooting.
Heckfield Place is a Georgian family home lovingly restored to its classic origins and rewoven into 400 acres of Hampshire countryside. A beautiful piece of English history that redefines the idea of a hotel. A country haven – less than an hour from London – set among the own Home Farm, walled kitchen gardens, spa, restaurants, screening, and assembly rooms. Elegantly evolving, resolutely natural.
Heckfield’s a living place. They are rooted in the rhythms of nature: through the biodynamic Home Farm that feeds chef Skye Gyngell’s Marle and Hearth restaurants, to the Bothy spa, and the Assembly’s thought and creative leadership. They cultivate a space to unearth, reconnect and rediscover—a place for creative and curious minds.
At Heckfield, they celebrate the slow-and-simple now. The springboard from a storied past, creating a place guests feel at home. The house and rooms fuse the original elegant architecture with contemporary English craftsmanship through a deep passion for natural materials. The restaurants are warm gathering spaces, and the food is born out of respect for the soil.