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Cliveden House: Surround yourself with history on a spa break in Berkshire
Cliveden House has long been one of Britain's most luxurious hotels. It sits in a perfectly tranquil spot, overlooking a 19th-century parterre, and is surrounded by 376 acres of romantic parkland and woodlands that wind down to a snaking silver thread of the Thames.
With our exclusive offer, you´ll spend one night at Cliveden House Hotel, including a three-course dinner in the excellent Cliveden Dining Room, where the chefs serve up innovative British cuisine.
There are 47 delightfully decorated rooms in the house, decked out in dove greys, duck blues, and clotted creams, all of which are named after famous guests, from Lady Astor to the Prince of Wales and Mountbatten.
Learn more about Cliveden's distinguished guests on a butler's tour, and hear more about its colourful former owners including Nancy Astor.
Also included in your stay is £100 spa credit per room to use at Cliveden Spa, where a range of relaxing and restorative treatments are available.
- Half a bottle of champagne on arrival
- One night's stay based on two sharing, with breakfast
- Three-course dinner in the Cliveden Dining Room, £72.50pp allowance
- A butler's tour of historical Cliveden House
- £100 spa credit to use at Cliveden Spa, per room
Reasons to visit Cliveden House, Taplow, Berkshire
Historical Cliveden House
The hotel is set within 365 acres of land, so those that admire well-tendered gardens and natural countryside will be spoilt for choice. Fifteen minutes by foot is the river, where you can sit and dine al fresco. Moments by car is Windsor castle, as well as family-friendly Legoland and Odds Farm Park. Windsor is only fifteen minutes by car and is a very pretty town, along with Eton, joined by a bridge, and bars and restaurants are plentiful.
By car: around 1 hour 30 mins from London, 2 hours from Bristol and 4 hours from Manchester. There is free parking on-site.
By train: there are direct trains to Slough from London Paddington (13 minutes) and Oxford (36 minutes). The station is a 30-minute drive from the hotel. Book trains to Slough.
THE LOOK AND FEEL
With a mix of original antiques with modern touches such as Dyson heaters in the bedrooms, both glamour and comfort are catered for. Rich in sumptuous colour and detail, as you meander through the property, you'll likely discover new paintings and objet d'art you may have missed your first time round.
The service was personable and polite, from staff members remembering your name to Sebastian on reception finding out for me what type of wood panels the Great Hall was; smoked oak - it's such a beautiful colour, I wanted to check. Everyone went above and beyond and made me feel welcome.
- Two pools
- Tennis court
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
BED AND BATH
Starting from the Club Rooms with handmade Queen size beds, and named after previous guests, including Rudyard Kipling, to the Mansion House Parterre Suites, including the Lady Astor Suite, where you'll have a private terrace, original artwork and over 75 meters to call home for the night - there's something for everyone.
Room types: Club, Classic, Double Deluxe, Hot Tub, Mansion House Rooms, Junior, Deluxe, Mansion House Parterre Suites
Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with bath and shower, luxury toiletries, TV, free Wi-Fi
FOOD AND DRINK
The formal Dining Room has enticing views and food to match, such as lovingly latticed longhorn beef wellington, melt-worthy braised Roscoff onion, frisee and watercress salad. The relaxed Astor Grill has a good selection of plant-based dishes like tandoori roasted cauliflower. The spa menu celebrates good health, and the afternoon tea is renowned.
Cliveden Dining Room: three AA Rosettes, fine dining, innovative modern British cuisine. Open for lunch and dinner. Mains from £30.
Astor Grill: relaxed, refined bistro dishes. Open for lunch and dinner. Mains from £22.