Hark back to the 15th-century at The Spread Eagle Hotel & Spa, one of England's oldest coaching inns in the historic market town of Midhurst. Full of charm, this period hotel allows you to time travel to a world away from home.
The spa facilities bring a stunning Scandinavian flavour in contrast to the hotel's oldie worldly features, like the impressive vaulted wooden ceiling that soars above the indoor pool. This spacious spa also boasts 6 treatments rooms and uses Temple Spa brand so you can indulge in complete luxury.
39 bedrooms | Free WiFi | TV | Hairdryer | Ensuite | Pet-Friendly | some Gardens Views
The hotel offers 39 fully furnished rooms, some with plush four-poster beds and classic oak furniture and windows that overlook the landscaped gardens. For your canine companions, there's a muddy-paws package with the option of a full-on groom at the prestigious pooch parlour.
Food & Drink
The Spread Eagle Restaurant | Gin Bar | Lounge bar & Conservatory
Dining at The Spread Eagle restaurant is a classy affair, using local and seasonal ingredients from the Sussex region. The place is shrouded in history with oak beams and an Inglenook fireplace to cosy up next to. The very British afternoon tea is also the perfect match for a pamper day, whilst soaking up the sun outside on the terrace.
Goodwood house | Amberly Castle | Cowdray Ruins | Blackdown Gin Distillery
From the countryside to coastline, village tours and forests walks there's plenty to keep you busy in the area. If you like to explore the great outdoors then a cycle around the South Downs National Park is a must. For a historic adventure, Cowdray Ruins is less than a mile away and gin lovers should head over to Blackdown Gin Distillery for a tour and tasting treat.
The hotel is wheelchair accessible and some of the treatments rooms are too.
Directions & Parking
Free parking | Haslemere Station | Close to A286 and A3
For anyone travelling by train, a taxi can be arranged by the hotel to take you to Haslemere station just 15-minutes drive away. The motorways are easily accessible through A286 and A3 close by.