Chewton Glen is a five-star privately-owned luxury hotel and spa situated on the edge of the ancient New Forest and a short walk from the sea in Hampshire. Located within 130 acres of gardens, Chewton Glen is renowned for continually innovating and evolving. Recent additions include the fabulous Treehouse Suites and The Kitchen, an exciting meet, eat, cook venue overseen by TV Chef James Martin. Various activities available within the grounds include a 9-hole golf course, indoor and outdoor tennis courts and a croquet lawn.
The property is easily reached by rail, road and airports, and is close to Christchurch, Bournemouth and Southampton. The nearest mainline stations are New Milton (2 miles, 10 minutes) or Brockenhurst (9 miles, 20 minutes) which both reach London Waterloo and Clapham Junction in under 2 hours. Southampton Airport is the closest airport (29 miles, 40 minutes) and flys to Manchester, Leeds-Bradford, Edinburgh, Belfast and other major European cities. London Heathrow and London Gatwick are approximately 2h away. Helicopter landings are available upon request.
A true English original
Rooms and Suites
72 rooms and suites with 14 luxury Treehouses
Food and Drink
The Dining Room + The Kitchen
The Dining Room: Spread across five rooms, including a wonderful Wine Room and Summer House, The Dining Room offers settings to suit all dining occasions, seasons and times of the day. The service matches that of the hotel, welcoming yet refined, attentive yet unobtrusive. From a light lunch or supper, to a wine tasting dinner hosted by the Chef Sommelier, or a relaxed dinner with family and friends, The Dining Room exceeds guests’ expectations with its flexibility and style. Interior designer Anita Rosato has worked her magic and unveiled a restaurant complete with vases of fresh country flowers, jugs of herbs and limed oak country furniture.Led by Head Chef Simon Addison and Executive Head Chef Luke Matthews, their talented brigade combine carefully sourced ingredients with cosmopolitan flair, to create English menus to tempt and delight. Focused around the best produce of the season, typical dishes include Thai lobster curry with coconut rice; Chalk stream trout with salad niçoise & taramasalata; and Breast of duck with hispi cabbage, shallot puree, & potato fondant; alongside hearty Chewton Glen classics such as twice-baked Emmental soufflé and Iced honeycomb parfait. And if you’re concerned about food miles, you won’t be disappointed to discover that many of the ingredients have travelled less than 100 yards from Chewton Glen’s kitchen garden. A light mirrored area with three vibrant lime green banquettes, collectively known as the ‘Oak End’ opens into the conservatory and is ideal for lunch, dinner, family gatherings and celebrations alike. Glance to the right and you will be struck by the new ‘Promenade’ which perfectly links all of the areas of the restaurant creating a grand entrance into the ‘Garden Room’, which has now been transformed into a bright and airy dining room with a fabulous collection of modern paintings. Beyond the Garden Room is the ‘Summer House’ an impressively large conservatory which joins directly onto the existing Conservatory, both rooms overlook the terrace where guests can still enjoy lunch and dinner al fresco.
The Kitchen Restaurant & Cookery School: Located on the estate, The Kitchen was officially launched in March 2017. The smart new-build space was created with a dual purpose – a cookery school and a 42-seater informal restaurant, both overseen by celebrity chef and former alumnus James Martin. The 12-station cookery school, led by Chef Tutor Steve Bulmer features a rolling roster of courses and demonstrations designed to inspire, inform, educate and, most importantly, provide an enjoyable culinary experience. James Martin, along with the restaurant’s Head Chef Adam Hart, has created the British-influenced menu of casual comfort food classics, often with a touch of luxury, ranging from wood-fired pizzas and gourmet burgers, to healthy ‘superfood’ salads and indulgent desserts. In many cases, Chewton Glen’s gardens provide the vegetables, fruit and herbs needed, and guests are encouraged to visit with the hotel’s own forager and gardeners. The open-plan interior design not only showcases the chefs at work, but also provides a glimpse into the day-to-day activity in the busy adjacent cookery school. Similarly, the accompanying lounge area is perfect for snacks or a lighter grazing experience, and a spacious outdoor terrace is also available for al fresco dining.
Spa, Golf, Tennis Courts, Cycling, Beach & New Forest Walks, Cookery School, Swimming Pool, Treehouse Kids Club
On site at Chewton Glen guests can enjoy delightful walking and jogging trails, 9-hole par-3 golf course, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, outdoor swimming pool, croquet lawn, mountain biking, shooting, archery, falconry and duck herding. Chewton Glen is the perfect stop over to enjoy The South Coast and areas from The Solent and The Isle of Wight to Southampton and Portsmouth. From Beaulieu Abbey to Stonehenge, the area surrounding Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa is filled with stunning country estates, cathedrals, museums, monuments and family attractions including Exbury Gardens, Winchester Cathedral, Stonehenge; Beaulieu National Motor Museum, Highcliffe Castle , Paultons Park, Marwell Zoo, Monkey World and Osborne House.
£370 per night B&B
Local station New Milton station offers a regular service into London Waterloo
Address: Christchurch Rd, New Milton BH25 6QS