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Leave the city behind. Revel in the pastoral tranquillity of a unique Hotel and a refined retreat with more than a few surprises. Set in 240 acres of picturesque parkland on the borders of Windsor Great Park, Coworth Park, country house hotel and spa, blends the warmth and comfort of a contemporary country house with an eccentric spirit that is undeniably English and irrefutably modern.
The Georgian charm of the original Coworth Park’s manor house estate has been enhanced with an eccentric decorative flair that is altogether contemporary. Details such as English smoked oak flooring blend seamlessly with an understated design palette full of subtle yet playful creative accents.
The interiors at Coworth Park exhibit a distinctly modern flair. Guests can look forward to fine materials, exquisite craftsmanship and bespoke furniture. There are some delightfully playful twists, not to mention the mod cons and luxuries that make modern life bearable. So, whether you get your boots muddy or venture no further than the restaurant, make sure you have some fun.
The Suites in The Mansion House have extensive views through high Georgian windows out over gardens and parkland. The Mansion House comprises a series of intimate public rooms on the ground floor, two floors of bedrooms above and a lower ground floor beneath. Upon entering guests first enter the reception hall where an ultra-contemporary staircase in an oval design sweeps up to the bedroom floors above, such a staircase where you might want to slide down the banisters – a reminder of the many fabulous parties Coworth Park has hosted over the centuries! Guests can enjoy cocktails, afternoon tea, relax and read a book in front of open fireplaces in the enchanting Summer Room and Drawing Room, both of which enjoy stunning views out through open doors to the terraces and beyond.
Coworth Park’s stables and cottages offer contemporary accommodation, while providing the ultimate in luxury and comfort. They have a more equestrian feel, matching their former use as stables or farmers’ cottages. The colour schemes consist of rich brown leathers, earthy neutrals and warm autumnal tones. The textiles are of linens, wools and cashmeres. The furniture is contemporary, while the art features photography with an equestrian theme.