The hotel's restaurants are led by head chef Sam Bowser who oversees the down to earth menus that can be enjoyed across the dining venues. Expect wholesome, hearty dishes like roast duck, smoked haddock and pork belly, alongside light bites for afternoon tea and brunch.
Embrace the rural surroundings with an amble through the tranquil countryside – be sure to pack your boots.
The sleek 16m infinity-edged pool is lit by candles encased in glass to add a romantic touch to your swim.
Spaced across several floors, the House Spa presents a breadth of options with a thermal suite, a salt-infusion therapy room, and a rhassoul-mud room amongst other facilities. In the treatment rooms, guests can savour truffle-rich facials and massage oils infused with ginger, bergamot and geranium.
The hotel spa features two gyms, one for general workouts and the other for pre-booked personal training sessions.
Children receive goodie bags upon arrival and can choose from a creative kids’ menu that's tailored to under-12s.