The Grove Hotel
Set in 300 acres of Hertfordshire countryside and only 18 miles from central London, the former home of the Earls of Clarendon has over 200 bedrooms and suites, a championship golf course home to the 2016 British Masters supported by Sky Sports, award-winning spa, three restaurants and extensive function space for corporate and social events.
Lovingly restored to stunning effect, the property fuses contemporary design and original period architecture with exceptionally caring and professional service.
What truly makes The Grove is the feeling of space. Guests can escape outside into the extensive gardens designed by the Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medallist Michael Balston, or spend time in the original Victorian Walled Garden with its open-air heated pool, urban beach, croquet lawn and tennis courts.
Visitors to The Grove sink into gorgeous, grand interiors, adorned with antique and modern furniture, and exquisite art. The Mansion Lounges offer four elegant drawing rooms for hotel guests leading onto private terraces.
There are also three restaurants to choose from: Colette’s – sophisticated with breath-taking views, The Glasshouse – an international theatre of cooking, and The Stables – an informal place to enjoy heart-warming fayre set in the original stable block.
The more active can enjoy a challenging round on the stunning 18-hole championship golf course designed by the highly acclaimed Californian designer Kyle Phillips. Or sink into Sequoia; with 18 treatment rooms, therapeutic saline water vitality and indoor swimming pool, fitness studio, aerobic studio, Jacuzzi, heat experiences; luxurious relaxation rooms.
The Grove, London’s country estate, is a place with open views and a modern outlook.