WARBROOK HOUSE HOTEL
WELCOME TO WARBROOK HOUSE HOTEL
Grade 1 listed Mansion House, nestled in 121 acres of private estate
Set in incredible surroundings, as you reach the end of the tree-lined driveway, Warbrook House Hotel sweeps into view: a magnificent Grade I listed mansion designed by renowned architect John James in 1724, set in 121 acres of Grade II listed gardens, complete with its very own Versailles-style canal.
Warbrook House Hotel is the ideal location for conferences, weddings, private parties, or a relaxing weekend in the countryside. It is conveniently located near the Berkshire-Hampshire border, and close to Heathrow Airport and Central London, which is accessible by train with connections from Reading, Fleet and Farnborough rail stations.
The Park Spa
The Park Spa at Warbrook House is an oasis of calm where it’s all about you. Contained within the spa there are six treatment rooms including three doubles rooms, a manicure and pedicure lounge, a relaxation lounge, a Rasul mud room, sauna and steam experiences, gym and weights studio, all within a tranquil setting.
Warbrook House Hotel offers 74 bedrooms which are located across the estate in The Mansion House, The Grange, and The Lodge. Our beautiful Mansion House as well as our Grange have had a lovely transformation with its bedrooms, the lounge, and restaurant stunningly redecorated.
Dining at Warbrook House
Looking to relax? Join us in the Atrium Bar. Or Enjoy an intimate evening in our Canal View restaurant.
Could there be a more enchanting setting to say I do. Choose to wed in one of our stunning Mansion House rooms and celebrate in our beautiful Garden Suite Marquee with wonderful views and its own decked terrace.
Within the extensive grounds you will also find The Grange, our purpose-built conference facility. Comprising of ground floor air-conditioned meeting rooms, coffee lounge and restaurant. Completely self-contained, with accommodation on the first floor, The Grange can offer everything your conference, meeting, away day or training requires.