As with all of the Dorchester Collection, Coworth Park is a truly luxury property. However, the quality that makes Coworth Park stand out is the utterly peaceful atmosphere of this countryside retreat. Whether you visit on a Saturday night or midweek, you can say goodbye to the sound of traffic and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
Coworth Park has 69 guest rooms, split across two unique sites. The Manor House is a classic example of luxury British Estate Hotels with plush carpets, deep copper bathtubs and spacious beds. The classic style of these rooms is offset by the modern tech, including panel-controlled lighting and a television which emerges from the end of the bed.
The Stables, just a short walk or golf buggy ride from the Manor House, offers more unique accommodation. The rooms have the same amenities as the Manor House Suites, but feel more homely and residential, perfect for group retreats looking for a little more privacy.
With Michelin-starred Chef Adam Smith overseeing all of Coworth Park's food and beverage, his touch of genius can be seen in everything from group menus to room service. His main restaurant, Woven, is beautifully decorated and second to none when it comes to service and presentation. Woven has a stunning Conservatory available to privately hire for small groups. Your other restaurant option is The Barn, located (you guessed it) right by The Stables accommodation. This excellent restaurant unites a casual atmosphere with luxury cuisine. Offering an extensive wine list, seasonal menus and a semi-private mezzanine space, this is a great option for those looking to diversify dinner options for longer stays or offer something more casual than Woven.
The Spa at Coworth Park is flawless yet understated. From the changing rooms with personal vanities, hairdryers and straighteners to under-water speakers, they strike the perfect balance between luxury and simplicity.
Now to the main event! Coworth Park's event spaces look brand new and all have delicate features inspired by the seasons. Downstairs is the Oval Room, with its unique shape and gorgeous glass doors which open onto a sun terrace. This space has private facilities, cloakrooms and an adjacent breakout room for catering. The Oak Room is an equally intriguing space, with large sculpted ceilings and views of the grounds.
If you're looking for something a little different, the historic Tower House is a stunning space with a vaulted ceiling. It overlooks the polo fields and has a unique breakout space / viewing point at the top of its tower.
If you are planning a small group retreat or an exclusive experience for up to 70 guests, this is truly a wonderful destination. Just a short drive from Heathrow and an hour out of London, it gives a taste of the English countryside with all the convenience you could wish for. Get in touch with Chew and we'll be more than happy to send across a proposal or arrange a viewing for you.
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