This magnificent 18th-century former home of the Earls of Clarendon is tradition with a twist, where contemporary, ‘groovy grand’ interiors sit comfortably within the 18th century mansion, and crisp, sleek design co-exists with state of the art technology. The 227 guest rooms range from the luxurious to the truly palatial, from the contemporary style and comfort of the West Wing rooms to the ultimate in luxury and decadence of the individually designed Mansion rooms. The championship golf course hosted the World Golf Championships in 2006 and with no members or clubhouse the course is one of the most accessible, ‘playable’ championship courses around.
The magnificent Sequoia Spa, offers the ultimate in relaxation and personal attention in a discrete and stylish environment with a range of treatments including Ayurvedic influenced treatments designed and created by ESPA.
Dining at The Grove is a special experience, with a choice of three venues each with a terrace offering spectacular views across the estate. Colette’s matches stunning views with modern cuisine. The Glasshouse is a ‘theatre of cooking’, serving Mediterranean, British and Asian dishes. The Stables, overlooking the golf course, features an open kitchen and wood-burning oven.
Within the glorious Walled Garden there is an outdoor heated swimming pool, 2 tennis courts and a croquet lawn. The Grove also has its very own OFSTED registered crèche and day nursery for children aged three months and upwards.
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- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Breakfast included
- Event Facilities
- Available for wedding receptions
- Breakout Rooms
- Conference rooms / Meeting rooms
- General Facilities
- Good views
- Leisure Facilities
- Golf course
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