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Stoke Park
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Stoke Poges

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Stoke Park, Europe’s leading country club and hotel, is set amidst 350 acres of glorious parkland, lakes and historic gardens with the finest sporting, business, spa and leisure facilities.

Founded in 1908, Stoke Park offers luxurious 5* hotel accommodation within easily accessible reach of London, Windsor and Heathrow. Enjoy spectacular views over the estate and Windsor Castle in the 28 new luxury bedrooms which opened in Spring 2008 above the £20 million Health and Racquet Pavilion bringing the total to 49 bedrooms.

Stroll in the opulent surroundings, enjoy the splendour of the world-famous 27 hole Championship parkland Golf Course and 13 tennis courts (6 grass, 4 hard and 3 indoor) and home to Jonathan Yarwood's Golf Academy. Or unwind in the award-winning SPC Spa and Salon offering the ultimate in luxury pampering and boasting a contemporary nail bar and leading beauty boutique providing luxury brands such as SPC (Stoke Park Collection).

The elegance is continued through private bars, cosy lounges and the finest restaurants in the magnificent Palladian Mansion including The Dining Room, The President Room, The Park Room and Orangery Restaurant as well as the new Garden Lounge in the Pavilion opened in Spring 2008.


Ratings/Awards: Small Luxury Hotels
AA 5 Star
Number of Rooms: 49
Number Ensuite: 49
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Name: The Dining Room
Cuisine: British with a European twist
Chef: Chris Wheeler
Awards: Two AA Rosettes

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