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Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Dogmersfield
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed February 25, 2013

I took my Mum here for a spa day, on recommendation from a friend. Overall I was very pleased with how we were received and with the spa in general. The staff were lovely and friendly, the pool was clean, and there were plenty of spare towels and robes to use.

We got in on an offer, which was £100 for a spa day plus ninety minutes of treatment, although I think from looking at the website it would usually be much more expensive to come here. Based on this I think we got a very good deal. The treatments were a facial and a massage, and they were excellent. The therapist really knew what she was talking about and it was all really relaxing - I definitely felt the benefit afterwards.

There were only a couple of minor niggles that I think let the Four Seasons down as a spa location. Firstly, as the pool is shared by the hotel, you can find yourself surrounded by rowdy children at different points during the day, as we did. If you're after a snooze by the pool that can make it a bit tricky! Also, there weren't very many options in the restaurant that were either vegetarian or light. Ideally when I go on a spa day I like to have a good salad option so that I feel like I'm having a healthy day but most of the food on offer was very heavy, which wasn't great just before a massage.

That said, this is a very pretty location with lovely facilities and good staff. It's definitely a good place to go for treatments and I would recommend it on this basis. However, if you want to get away from it all and really relax, you might want something a little less family-orientated.

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Reviewed February 25, 2013

My husband and I stayed at The Four Seasons hotel, Hampshire with our 5 month old daughter. We chose the hotel because of its child friendly reviews and boy did it live up to that reputation. There are so many baby/child friendly aspects to this hotel that it is little wonder so many families were there over the Christmas period when we stayed. From the baby amenities pack to the staff who went out of their way to welcome children into the spa and restaurants, this is the perfect hotel if you want to combine luxury with a family break. As soon as we got to our room and put our baby on the king size bed, her face lit up and smiled as if to say 'are we really staying here'?! She has good taste already and I can see she is going to cost me a small fortune on future holidays.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed February 24, 2013

Booked a two night stay here for myself and my husband. We were looking for a hotel with character, relaxing spa, good food and wine. Although the Four Seasons did provide us with most of these, we could not believe how family orientated it is. At times, the bar and restaurants felt completely over run with small children running about and climbing on furniture! I had booked our break over the last weekend of February half term, perhaps it is quieter during term times. If you are looking for a couples type break and fancy trying this place, I would definitely recommend trying term time. One member of staff told us they had 50 children staying in the hotel that weekend. Most seemed to be under the age of 5. It just wasn't what were expecting!

Aspects of the hotel we liked:
- Majority of the staff were friendly and professional. It is not a stuffy hotel, probably because they do cater for so many families with young children.
- Liked our room. We booked a Grand Manor room and were allocated room 1202. Tastefully decorated, comfortable bed and fairly large. It has 3 long windows in the bedroom looking out to the grounds at the front and side of the house. We were hoping for an amazing view as described on the web site but it didn't do much for us - perhaps because our break was in February and the fields, trees and lake in front of the house looked bleak. Great en suite marble bathroom with a massive free standing roll top bath, separate shower and toilet. The Asprey Purple Water toiletries were quite nice.
- Good range of amenities in the room: tea/coffee maker - with fresh milk in the mini bar, iron and ironing board. Two big wardrobes with plenty of hangers.
- Swimming pool area was clean and attractive. Liked the outside vitality pool that you swim out to.
- My husband really enjoyed his spa treatment.
- We enjoyed most of the food at the hotel. We ate in the Spa restaurant which has more of an oriental theme to the menu - the food here was great. We ate in the the Seasons restaurant on both nights of our stay. We had a very different experience on both nights. The 'usual' Seasons restaurant was excellent. We did not enjoy the Fish themed night as much. They do this every Friday. Wasn't really the food though that was the problem. Our table was booked for 9.15pm and even at this time there were tons of children in the restaurant, it was very noisy and some were running round the tables! Breakfast was great on both mornings. The buffet has an excellent range of choice including an egg station: the chef will cook hen or duck eggs however you choose and a choice of about 6 different types of sausages along with the usual cereals, fruits, breads and pastries.

Aspects of the hotel we did not like:
- Many more very young children that we expected. I suppose this place is excellent for families but it was not the type of break we were hoping for. At times the pool and restaurants were very noisy.
- It took a long time to get served in the bar.
- Our room was not serviced until after 4pm. House keeping did not replace tea or coffee but did remember to replenish the fresh milk
- They like to play fairly loud music in the restaurants and bar areas. It really got on my nerves in the restaurants, especially over breakfast. The Fish night in Seasons was accompanied by a guitar player belting out tunes and the usual Seasons dining experience by a pianist which was quiet nice but why do we need to have loud Jazz/Swing music played over breakfast? I understand that most hotel bars will have some kind of ambient music playing but the volume was annoying.


I feel slightly mean awarding 3 stars. It could have been a great break for us but unfortunately it was so busy with young children it spoilt the experience for us. I would recommend this hotel to families but I would warn couples that they should take care when they book. It was an expensive two night stay, it would have been worth every penny if it had been relaxing, I guess our timing was wrong!

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 20, 2013

My third mid-week January visit and I'm already looking forward to the fourth. We were on a preferred rate with Whatahotel which included breakfast. Enjoy the Four Seasons experience without leaving the country!
The spa and pool area is lovely (and really quiet in the afternoon/ evening when the local members have gone home). Breakfast is great and they made us anything from the a la carte menu on days when the hotel was so empty there was no buffet. Service was personal and warm throughout.
My only comment is that this is a totally different hotel during the holidays and at week-ends when Londoners use it as their country house and there are hundreds of children. Do check the school calendar before booking...

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed February 17, 2013 via mobile

This exquisite country estate has been tastefully converted into a first class hotel by Four Seasons and is highly recommended by this recent guest.

Service was as expected top quality. The menu did not disappoint.

The room I had was very nice consisting of a decent sized bedroom, living room and large bathroom with bath and walk in shower.

I can't wait to go again.

  • Stayed: December 2012
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Reviewed February 13, 2013

We regularly stay at the Four Seasons Hampshire as it always offers such a memorable weekend getaway for the family. It is a perfect setting for a relaxing country side retreat. It has something for everyone as it offers an extensive range of activities to keep the kids busy while the adults enjoy the various health club, sports and spa facilities. The Spa menu is constantly evolving to include new treatments. I especially enjoyed the variety of pre / post natal treatments. Oliver, the hotel's black Labrador, is an absolute treat!

Room Tip: Try the special Friday Fish Menu at the Seasons Restaurant. Book early as it is extremely popular.
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  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed February 13, 2013

Beautiful location, great food, amazing spa, lovely room, lots of things for the kids to see and do. The only fault that I could possibly find was the lack of tea and coffee making facilities in the room. But everything else more than made up for that! I would go back in a heartbeat.

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Address: Dogmersfield Park Chalky Lane | Dogmersfield Park, Dogmersfield RG27 8TD, England
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Location: United Kingdom > England > Hampshire > Dogmersfield
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Dogmersfield
Price Range: $369 - $974 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, England 5*
Number of rooms: 133
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Set amid 500 acres of Hampshire parkland, yet only 1 hour from London, Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire is the perfect English-country escape. Centred on a historic Georgian Manor house, rooms feature English-style interiors with spacious, en-suite marble bathrooms. Guests can enjoy an array of country pursuits including horse-riding and clay-pigeon shooting, and outdoor activities such as tennis and cycling. The luxury Spa, situated in the renovated stable block, features a conservatory-style infinity pool and outdoor vitality pool, and a tree-top challenge, the Highwire Adventure. Our brand new restaurant and bar, Wild Carrot is now open and sees Executive Chef Dirk Gieselmann joining forces in the open kitchen with Restaurant Chef Adam Falgrin to create a menu championing the best of locally and regionally sourced seasonal produce. The Bar at Wild Carrot features an exceptional list of classic cocktails and artisanal concoctions inspired by the intriguing history of the local area. ... more   less 
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