Donnington Grove Hotel & Country Club

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The Donnington Grove hotel is a beautifully renovated 18th Century mansion renowned for it gothic architecture. It was designed by John Chute, the designer of Horace Walpole’s Strawberry Hill in Twickenham, and was built between 1763 and 1772. William Brummel, father of the famous Regency dandy Beau Brummel, purchased the estate in around 1785 and is responsible for the wonderful landscaping of the grounds.

The public rooms including the restaurants, bars and conference rooms are in the original part of the building.

The Hotel is located within a beautifully renovated 18th Century Gothic house where, after golf, you can wind down in a Japanese bath and take a sauna.  Then, fully refreshed, you may like to have a drink in the bar, enjoy a delicious bar snack or have a meal in the restaurant where both Japanese and European cuisine is offered.

If golf does not suit everyone there are also hard tennis courts, fishing and beautiful walks and gardens to enjoy.

There are 24 bedrooms in total, all of which are en-suite and are equipped with satellite television and tea / coffee making facilities.