Hotels in Midhurst
Park House is a beautifully situated, country house hotel and spa set in extensive gardens at the foot of the South Downs in the South Downs National Park. It is renowned for its relaxed atmosphere and intimate character.
Park House offers twenty one individually designed, en-suite bedrooms, including four family suites. All rooms enjoy garden or downland views and are fitted to the highest standards.
The size and character of Park House lends itself perfectly to exclusive use of the premises.
The adjacent, converted barn provides the ideal venue for weddings, private parties and corporate use and the gardens provide a perfect backdrop for marquees to accommodate larger events.
The Barn is licensed for civil marriages.
Guests can enjoy the luxury spa, PH20, which comprises a 15 metre indoor swimming pool, sauna and steam rooms, a jacuzzi, gym & fitness suite, relaxation areas and 4 treatment rooms. Outside they can use the many sporting facilities including grass tennis courts, a 6 hole Par 3 golf course, a putting green, croquet and bowls lawns and heated indoor and outdoor pools - although the outdoor pool is only open between April - September. .
Fundamental to the dining experience at Park House is that all produce must be fresh, local and seasonal¹ and the menus change on a regular basis to reflect the seasons and produce available.
Apple iMac monitors for satellite TV, radio and internet
Keyboards and mice available from reception for monitors
Complimentary Wifi access
Number of Rooms: 21
Number Ensuite: 21
Price per Room:Price Includes: Breakfast and VAT
Double: £150 - £195
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Cuisine: A la carte - fresh, local and seasonal
Chef: Callum Keir
Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service - 24 hour
Open All Year - Open All Year - Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Da
Tennis Court - Grass
Swimming Pool - Swimming pools - outdoor only in use April-Sept
TV in Rooms
Offers posted Thu 23rd Nov 2017
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