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Oakley Hall Hotel

Oakley Hall Hotel
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Let the most romantic day of your life begin at Oakley Hall Hotel, an elegant 18th century Georgian manor set in 315 acres of the beautiful Hampshire countryside. It has a distinguished past with links to Jane Austen who was a good friend of the Bramstons - the original owners of the hall. It is thought that her novel, Mansfield Park, is based on Oakley Hall and the main character, Lady Bertram, based on Mrs Bramston.

Oakley Hall Hotel has a total of 50 contemporary & luxurious bedrooms located in the main house and the converted 18th century courtyard including a three bedroom cottage in the grounds. All rooms are spacious and comfortable with sumptuous furnishings.

All rooms overlook the spectacular grounds of the Hall and the Garden Room and marquee open out onto their own terraces leading onto the lawns. A magnificent chandelier adorns the vaulted ceiling - the perfect setting for your guests to raise their glasses for that all important group photograph to be taken from the gallery. Whilst the bride and groom are having photographs in the breathtaking grounds guests are welcome to have drinks at one of our oak panelled bars or on the terrace.

The terrace at the back of the hall is laid out to box hedging and overlooks a sunken garden and pond with striking fountain. An extensive lawn stretches into woodland of mature trees - beech, yew, blue cedar, wellingtonia and oak - some of which are over 200 years old.

However you choose to celebrate your special day, Oakley Hall Hotel is the perfect venue for the most memorable day of your life.

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