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45 minutes by road from Central London, Coworth Park is located near to Ascot and bordering on Windsor Great Park. Coworth Park is just 20 minutes’ drive from Heathrow Airport. It also has its own helicopter pad.
Coworth Park is a 71-room luxury country house hotel and spa set in 240 acres of picturesque Berkshire parkland just 45 minutes from central London and 20 minutes from Heathrow airport. Its location, unrivalled in the UK for the ease and convenience of its transport links, is also enhanced by its own helipad. The estate includes an award-winning luxury Spa with indoor pool and three restaurants including the Spatisserie, relaxed dining in The Barn and one Michelin starred dining at Restaurant Coworth Park, serving a modern British menu by executive chef Adam Smith. It is the only UK hotel to feature its own polo fields, which are managed by Guards Polo Club, offering a full programme of polo tournaments. The hotel also offers an exceptional equestrian centre; current facilities include stabling for 30 horses together with self-contained accommodation for grooms.
Diamond Club Benefits
- Upgrade if available on arrival
- Daily Breakfast for 2
Distance from Airport
9 miles from Heathrow
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Yes The Spa at Coworth Park
Food and Drink
Under the culinary guidance of executive chef Adam Smith, Coworth Park offers a choice of exceptional dining options including Michelin Star awarded Restaurant Coworth Park. Three of the hotels gathering spots are located within the Mansion House, with stunning views through French doors across the rose terrace and croquet lawn to the meadow and rolling estate grounds beyond. Restaurant Coworth Park showcases a modern presentation of classic British flavour combinations and a commitment to quality ingredients and depth of flavour. For the fifth consecutive year, Michelin Guide UK has awarded executive chef Adam Smith a Michelin star for Restaurant Coworth Park. Service is provided with relaxed elegance in a contemporary setting.
The Bar at Coworth Park offers a finely crafted and diverse cocktail list whilst the Drawing Room is popular for its quintessentially English afternoon tea and light meals and was awarded Best Traditional Afternoon Tea in 2018. The Drawing Room terrace is the perfect setting to dine al fresco in the summer months, and is covered with heating for chillier evenings.
For relaxed rustic dining guests can choose The Barn at Coworth Park located a short stroll from the Mansion House, adjacent to the converted stables and cottages. The Barn has a full wall of windows with far-reaching views across Coworth Park’s polo fields and a large open-plan outdoor terrace, surrounded by the calm greenery of the estate.
Located in The Spa at Coworth Park, the Spatisserie serves a varied menu from healthy snacks to light meals and afternoon tea, fruit smoothies to Champagne to a backdrop of stunning views over the hotel’s grounds.
The Spa at Coworth Park provides three leading product ranges in a contemporary eco-luxury setting, decorated with natural and organic materials, flooded throughout with natural daylight and offering stunning parkland views. Guest may enjoy a celebrated range of spa products including; Germaine de Capuccini, Valmont and ishga. The spa features eight treatment rooms including two doubles, a manicure and pedicure suite, relaxation room, The Spatisserie, gym, indoor pool and outdoor sun terrace where guests can recline on sun loungers.
Boasting solid eco-credentials The Spa at Coworth Park is built predominantly out of timber structures. Emerging from the hillside it has a Living Roof with plants and herbs such as St. John’s wort, thyme, chamomile and lavender.
Children under the age of 16 years who are resident at Coworth Park are permitted into the spa and can use the swimming pool under the strict supervision of a parent or guardian from 9.00am to 10.45am and 4.00pm to 5.45pm. Non-resident children under the age of 16 are not permitted to enter the spa.
The Spa at Coworth Park was voted Best Hotel Spa UK 2012 in the Condé Nast Traveller UK Readers Spa Awards, and was voted Best UK & Ireland Destination Spa 2019 and the Best UK & Ireland Hotel Spa 2021 at the Conde Nast Johansens awards. The Spa at Coworth Park also ranked 5th in Condé Nast Traveller’s World’s Top 30 spas, the first UK spa to be listed within the round-up.
With its superb location Coworth Park offers guests a wide choice of leisure activities.
Race-goers can enjoy a day’s racing at Ascot while families have Legoland and Thorpe Park just a short drive away. For guests wishing to soak up some local history, Coworth Park is also near to the restored lakeside Roman ruins of Leptis Magna or guests can enjoy boating on the River Thames.
Coworth Park offers guests a bicycle fleet for guests to enjoy whilst staying at the property. The bikes include a Babboe cargo bike and a tandem bicycle and are offered alongside traditional bikes and with helmets.
Coworth Park’s two high goal polo fields are managed by Guards Polo Club under the name ‘Guards Polo at Coworth Park’. Both grounds and fixtures are managed by the Polo Office at Smith’s Lawn. Internationally-renowned, Guards Polo Club brings almost 60 years of hosting world-class sport and polo events to the hotel. Coworth Park is unique in that it is the only hotel in the UK that provides its own polo fields and practice facilities. Popular fixtures held at Coworth Park include the influential Indian Empire Shield and the Audi Polo Challenge.
Guards Polo Club is situated in the heart of Windsor Great Park and boasts 10 grounds, two Royal Boxes and an elegant Clubhouse, which was opened by HM The Queen in 2009. The Club was founded by HRH Prince Philip in 1955 and he remains President of the Guards Polo Club to this day, taking an active interest in all events at the Club. Guards Polo Club hosts more than 400 matches throughout the season, which runs from late April to mid September. Key tournaments include high-goal Cartier Queen’s Cup, the Al Habtoor Royal Windsor Cup, Jack Wills Varsity Day, Ganjam Jaipur Trophy Day, Laureus Polo Cup, the Archie David Cup and the Hurlingham Polo Association’s International Day, the largest spectator polo day in the world.
Equestrian at Coworth Park is available for horse-lovers of all standards to enjoy a hack around the estate.
Coworth Park welcomes children of all ages and the ‘Coworth Park Kids’ programme means there is plenty to do so they don’t get bored. What’s more a Kids Concierge is on hand 24/7 to help organise activities and keep them entertained.
Coworth Park Kids is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 12.30pm and 2pm to 4.30pm, welcoming children from age two. There is no membership fee for children under two years or over 12 years.
Teenagers can use the Den to play computer games or watch movies from the DVD library.
Special activity programmes are available throughout the year and include riding lessons.