A Victorian house elegantly converted into a prestigious hotel, Hambleton Hall is hidden away in Rutland, in the heart of the Midlands. England’s smallest county is also home to the largest artificial lake in Europe. It is a geographical detail further enhancing the seductive powers of this hotel, which is perched on a hill overlooking the water.You will appreciate the incomparable hospitality of Tim and Stefa Hart and succumb to the charms of the sumptuous interior decor and the cuisine that is quite simply unique. When departing this magnificent setting, you will have only one thing in mind: to return as soon as possible for another interlude of calm and well-being.
One of Britain’s finest country house hotels. A Victorian house, hidden away in the heart of the Midlands, in England’s smallest county of Rutland. The hotel is perched on a hill overlooking Rutland water, the lakeside setting and stunning garden are spectacular. Owners, Tim & Stefa Hart have acquired a loyal following for over 35 years, there is a calm and confident atmosphere, created by a team of experienced staff. The sumptuous interior is sophisticated yet deeply comfortable, each of the 17 bedrooms have been individually decorated. The restaurant is a haven for gourmets, brilliant seasonal and locally sourced cooking by Michelin-starred chef, Aaron Patterson and an award winning wine list, overseen by sommelier Dominique Baduel.