New Place Hotel
Muddy says: Situated in a leafy part of the south coast, this Grade I listed hotel comes complete with a croquet lawn, family rooms eisure facilities and 32 acres of woodland to explore.
Tucked behind a set of beautiful wrought iron gates stands the super impressive New Place Hotel in Hampshire.
The Grade I listed building, set in 32 acres of Hampshire woodland, has a particularly interesting history. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyen, the building also incorporates the interior of a 17th-century Bristolian mansion which you can see in The Bristol Room, which is the hotel’s on-site restaurant.
Following a short stint as a boy’s school, the building was transformed into a sumptuous hotel, complete with 110 bedrooms, its own gym, pool, croquet lawn and even a cricket pitch.
The hotel is also a hub for events, boasting 33 meeting spaces, conference facilities and an award-winning wedding team. You can even catch an al fresco play or film with its impressive calendar of events.