- Boutique Spa
- Family Friendly
- Fine Dining
- Going Solo
- Pets Welcome
- Thermal Facilities
- Horse riding
- Personal training
- Pool – Indoor
A lovingly restored former Georgian family home – just over an hour from London – Heckfield Place stands on 400 acres of secluded Hampshire countryside and offers a haven with a distinct flavour of history and escapism.
With 45 bedrooms set across the main house and including a private lodge in the grounds, this beautifully restored grand English property is also home to two restaurants by Culinary Director Skye Gyngell, a Dolby Atmos screening room and The Little Bothy Spa. All set amongst wild meadows, and ancient woodland dotted with walled wisteria, rose and heather.
Aiming to transport guests to a simpler time as they reconnect to nature’s rhythm in the estate’s hidden landscape, The Bothy offers a comprehensive treatment range using products from Wildsmith Skin, as well as specialities from wellness experts Bodyism and visiting masters throughout the year.
The Bothy by Wildsmith
The Bothy by Wildsmith
With restorative treatments from the Wildsmith Skin natural skincare range, The Bothy by Wildsmith is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate.
Spa highlights include a heated indoor pool, a steam room, and a sauna, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness studio with Technogym equipment and personal training sessions available. Guests can also take part in a variety of wellness classes, including yoga, Pilates, and meditation.
A range of holistic treatments include massages, facials, body scrubs, and wraps, all using natural and organic products.
The spa’s focus on sustainability and mindfulness is reflected in its use of natural and eco-friendly products, as well as its partnership with The Wild Carrot, an on-site farm that supplies the spa with fresh organic produce for its restaurant and spa treatments.
Overall, The Bothy by Wildsmith offers a luxurious and holistic wellness experience, combining natural beauty, relaxation, and sustainability in a stunning countryside setting.
- Treatment Rooms
- Steam Room
- Heated Swimming Pool
- Movement Space
- Relaxation Areas
- Bodyism Studio
- Sun Room
- Oak Terrace
- Wildsmith Skin
With a total of 46 rooms, guests can choose between the elegant and cosily constructed Master, Chamber, Guest and Friends rooms, which are variously nestled along characterful corridors within the house and have beautiful garden views.
Signature Rooms aim to connect guests to the history of Heckfield Place: the Lake Room with sweeping bay windows and panoramic views of the water; the sumptuous Ochre Room with its emperor bed; the striking Long Room with its original vaulted Georgian ceiling.
For the ultimate in countryside getaways, Church Lodge is a black and white timbered house within its own gardens that a windy staircase and two bedrooms that sleep a family of four.
Check out: 11:00 am
With a focus on using local and responsibly grown ingredients, the Marle Restaurant philosophy is to allow diners to experience “the immediacy of food straight from the earth”. Culinary director Skye Gyngell and his team create dishes that evolve with the seasons and feature many ingredients produced at the estate’s biodynamic market garden. Outdoor terrace dining in warmer months only strengthens the connection.
Hearth restaurant is an intimate and relaxed dining space with an outdoor courtyard that serves understated but bountiful plates. The Glass House inside a walled garden is the perfect location for afternoon tea of homemade cakes.
Later on, indulge in a cocktail at the intimate Moon Bar in the centre of the house or sample the sensational wines of the Cellar bar.
From central London: Follow the M4 towards Reading.
Take exit 11 and head south on the A33.
Turn left onto The Causeway.
At the roundabout, continue straight onto the B3011.
After 300 yards, turn left and take the drive towards Heckfield Place.
Heckfield Place is on the left.
London Heathrow is 40 miles away and hotel transfers are £165 each way.
Transfers to and from Gatwick are £244 each way.
Winchfield station is approximately a 1 hour journey from Waterloo. Heckfield Place is a 15 minute drive from the station and the hotel can arrange transfers.