Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa
New Milton, England
There are many magnificent hotels, but only a few of them can call themselves a true English Original. Chewton Glen is a quintessentially English, privately owned luxury Country House Hotel & Spa on the fringe of the New Forest. With some of England’s most stunning countryside surrounding the property and the calmness of the sea just moments away, Chewton Glen is an idyllic escape.
Chewton Glen is a world-renowned luxury country house hotel and spa situated less than two hours from central London, between the ancient New Forest and the sea on the South Coast of England. World famous attractions such as Stonehenge, Broadlands, and the historic cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury, are all an easy drive away, as are the famed gardens of Exbury.
Map co-ordinates: 50.745719, -1.681541
As you would expect in a world-class Country House Hotel each room and suite has been decorated to provide the ultimate in luxury and comfort. The combination of unique antique furnishings, magnificent fabrics and countless knick-knacks has created a sophisticated but relaxed style. Each bedroom is individually designed and decorated to give it a unique feel & atmosphere. Each room is equipped to the highest standard to help make your stay at Chewton Glen a wonderful, relaxing experience. Hidden in a wooded valley, 12 luxury Treehouse Suites can now be found offering 4 types of accommodation including your very own private treehouse.
- Hidden away in a wooded valley you will find 12 of the hotels suites situated in new luxury Treehouses.
- Recently voted Best Hotel Spa in Europe by Germany's Gala magazine, Chewton Glen's spa sets a new benchmark in hotel health, fitness and relaxation.
- Within the 130 acres of grounds there is a 9-hole par 3 golf course, a practice range, two indoor and two outdoor tennis courts, an outdoor swimming pool, a croquet lawn and putting green.
- From the typically English to the totally cosmopolitan, Executive Head Chef, Luke Matthews and his talented brigade create fine dining at its finest.
At A Glimpse
This 18th-century manor house was once home to the famous author Captain Frederick Marryat. To many it is the original country house, and over the last five decades it has evolved into a small resort with world-class facilities and a wide-ranging appeal.