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Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
Hotel check-out time: 12:00 PM
6.00pm - 9.00pm (Sun-Thurs)
6.00pm-9.30pm (Frid & Sat)
Weekdays: 2.00pm - 5.30pm
Weekends: 3.30pm - 5.30pm
They have free guest parking and also disabled parking within the courtyard area.
The hotel has one fully accessible room on the ground floor with a walk in shower, please call to check availability.
There is a lift in the main hotel.
There are no rooms in the main house with a walk in shower.
Children are welcome. Cots are provided free of charge. Child beds are charged at £65 per night (5-16 years) and £80 (17 years) on a B&B basis.
There are three dedicated Family Rooms within the hotel. Each room contains a Queen sized bed as well as a double sofa bed.
Children aged 5-16 are permitted to use the pool and changing rooms from 2-5pm daily and also 8-9am on Saturdays and Sundays, but are not permitted in the spa at other times.
Children are welcome in the Orangery.
Spa and Swimming pool policy:
Children are permitted in the spa (swimming pool) from the age of 5 years old at the following times and must have adult supervision:
Weekdays - 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Weekends - 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
An impressive tree lined drive of Hornbeams under the Clock Tower is the first display of the magnitude of the 65 acres of parkland and formal gardens surrounding the house. The gardens have been restored and renovated from the middle of 1989 until the present day, a variety of beautifully tendered and most unusual plantings now flourish and can be found. Covering many part of the houses exterior is a masterfully pruned Wisteria, flowering in a purple cascade during May and June. On walking out onto the terrace you will see formal gardens, consisting of towering Yew topiary and box hedging filled with varieties of English and French Lavender, of which there are five different varieties within the grounds. Central to this formality a three tier fountain, a cherubim standing on an oyster shell tops this magnificent centre piece.
History of the hotel
Danesfield House that we see today was completed in 1901 as a family home for Robert William Hudson. The house is the third property to have been built within this glorious setting, amidst 65 acres of formal gardens with outstanding views over the River Thames and the Chiltern Hills beyond.
There are two pet friendly Superior rooms available at Danesfield House Hotel and Spa (subject to availability and upgrade charges may apply).
Dog charge of £25 per dog, per night is applicable.
Dogs are permitted to be walked around the grounds on a lead and in the room. They are not permitted to enter restaurant area or Spa Facilities.