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Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England

  • Dogmersfield Park, Chalky Lane, Dogmersfield, Hampshire RG27 8TD, England

    February 2005

    Andrew Harrison
Physical Features

Total Number of Rooms: 134

  • Guest Rooms: 112
  • Suites: 22
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Design Aesthetic:

  • 18th-century Georgian manor house with period-style additional wings and conservatory pool
  • English furnishings in rooms featuring classical architectural details
  • Extensive 500-acre grounds with lawns, enclosed gardens, stables and a canal

Architect: Nicolas Khalili

  • Interior Designer(s): RPW Design– Hotel (all rooms/suites apart from Royal Suite/event space)


  • Dogmersfield Park was first mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 and was the site of Henry VIII's first meeting with Catherine of Aragon
  • The main building is from the Georgian period

Location: In the heart of Hampshire country, conveniently close to Heathrow


Interior Designer: Peter Inston

Design Aesthetic: Converted 18th-century stable block with modern interiors featuring polished natural materials

Signature Treatment:

  • Ni Putu Signature Massage: This journey begins with a foot ritual and continues into a synchronized dance of massage and full body stretches. Gentle long strokes and kneading, coupled with skin-rolling using palm and thumb pressure are key techniques used in this mesmerising treatment, which will leave guests feeling restored.  (50 minutes) 
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  • Family adventure pool Sharkie’s Reef, with 3m / 13 ft slide, a rotating umbrella fountain, bubble jets and resident smiley shark, Sharkie
  • Special programs on school holidays, including Mocktails and Manicures and Junior Boot Camp

Special Features:

  • Outdoor Vitality Pool
  • Central courtyard quiet relaxation area

Restaurant: Wild Carrot

  • Cuisine: Modern British
  • Indoor Seating:150
  • Designer: Martin Brudnizki

Private Dining: Fox Hollow

  • Cuisine: Modern British
  • Indoor Seating: 25
  • Designer: Martin Brudnizki

Lounge: The Drawing Room  

  • Cuisine: Afternoon Tea
  • Indoor Seating: 40
  • Designer: Martin Brudnizki

Restaurant: Café Santé

  • Cuisine: Healthy Asian-inspired meals
  • Indoor Seating: 24
  • Designer: Richmond International


  • Number of Tennis Courts: 2
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On-site Activities:

  • Canal boating
  • Clay pigeon shooting
  • Bird watching
  • Croquet
  • Falconry
  • Fishing
  • Horseback riding

Off-site Activities:

  • Golf – 10 minutes


  • Number of Pools: 3

Fitness Facilities:

  • Special Features:
    • Set in 18th-century stable block, with gym overlooking Zen Garden
    • 20-metre (65-foot) indoor conservatory lap pool with connecting outdoor Vitality Pool
  • Sample Fitness Activities: Country sports, including horseback riding, shooting and fishing
For Younger Guests
  • Games Room @ReedsCottage
  • Henry's Hangout adventure playground
  • Kids' games room set up during school holidays, plus special themed dinners and activities
  • Pony rides and grooming
  • Infant menu available
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Meeting Rooms

Total Size: 620 sq m / 6,674 sq ft

Largest Ballroom: 258 sq m / 2,777 sq ft

Meet and Feed Capacity: 120

Banquet Capacity: 200

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Outdoor Banquet Capacity: 300

Breakout Spaces: 8

Private Dining Room Capacity: 32

Unique Meeting and Event Facilities:      

  • 16th-century walled garden for outdoor wedding ceremonies, cocktail receptions or seated breakfasts, lunches and dinners
  • Host an event in the most original part of the historic manor house with walls and fireplace from 1728 and a traditional drawing room
  • Fishing lodge for informal meetings and small dinners
  • Canal boat for up to eight people seated for a meal
Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Orchard- 200 fruit trees planted to keep the use of local produce on site
  • Tesla Points - two electric car charging points on site with up to 150 kW of power per car
  • Grass cuttings from grounds used as compost for Hotel flower beds
  • All glass bottles, cardboard and paper are recycled
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  • Lower energy light bulbs used in guest rooms and corridors
  • Energy-saving speed controllers used on all heating and chilled water pumps
  • Works with local schools on community projects (for example, hosting weekly charity riding school for disabled and donate gym equipment to schools)
  • Bio degradable covers used in laundry services
  • Press readers introduced to reduce newspaper usage - approximately 628 kg of paper
  • Staff actively works with the local community on collecting litter and promoting the environment
Special Features
  • Set in 200 hectares (500 acres) of historic parkland dating back to the Domesday Book (11th century)
  • Original features remaining, including 16th-century dovecote
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