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Oakley Hall Hoel
Rectory Road
Oakley

Basingstoke
Hampshire

RG23 7EL | View map
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With its sweeping driveway and grand Georgian Manor House Oakley Hall Hotel truly is a hidden treasure amongst the rolling countryside of North Hampshire. The building dates back to 1795 and formerly owned by the Bramston Family who were close friends with Jane Austen, it is mentioned fondly in Austenís letters to her sister Cassandra at the turn of the 19th Century.

In 2014, a major restoration project saw Oakley Hall Hotel returned to its full glory, ensuring that visitors will continue to fall in love with Oakley Hallís Georgian splendour and charm for many years to come. With 50 beautiful bedrooms, suites and even a delightful 3-bedroom Garden Cottage from which to choose, guests can indulge in a luxurious stay, enjoy a relaxing drink in the 1795 Bar & Lounge and a fine dining experience in the award-winning 2 AA Rosette Glasshouse Restaurant

Outside there are acres and acres of stunning grounds to explore. From a gentle walk to an early morning run or an afternoon of clay pigeon shooting, there are plenty of things to do..

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