A beautiful Palladian mansion house dating back to 1720, Lucknam Park is a luxurious spa and country retreat, tucked away just outside Bath on the fringes of the Cotswolds. Surrounded by 500 acres of listed parkland, Lucknam Park is home to a state-of-the-art spa, cookery school, equestrian centre, Michelin-starred Restaurant Hywel Jones and classically elegant bedrooms.
Forty-two individually designed rooms and suites are located between the main house and the courtyard, with front facing rooms afford views over the stunning double tree-lined mile long drive, manicured lawns and parkland. Many rooms feature four poster beds and open fires, and all are sophisticated and traditional in style, with large en-suite bathrooms which are complemented by a luxurious range of ESPA products.
For those looking to slow down the pace, the spa is simply stunning, with indoor and outdoor pools, heated stone beds thermal cabins and relaxation rooms all add to the sense of serenity and the range of treatments offered provides ample opportunity for pampering. Families will equally succumb to the charms of Lucknam Park with the opportunity to take part in riding activities in the equestrian centre, explore the estate by bicycle or discover the outside play area. Whatever the weather, little ones can keep entertained with the new addition of The Hideaway; set just a short walk away from the hotel, the converted cottage is a place of fun and activities that will see imaginations come to life. Family dining is perfectly served in the light and airy Brasserie and baby sitters can be arranged on request, this is a perfect location to enjoy time out as a family.
Lucknam Park is a perfect venue for a romantic country retreat, and couples will enjoy the space and luxury, or it is the perfect option for those looking to explore Bath in a slightly more relaxed fashion.
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