Meaning behind our logos
Whilst we are going through renovations and modernising the hotel, it is very important to us that we do not lose sight of our history. One of the ways we are achieving this is through our logos.
Oatlands Park Hotel
The Oatlands Park Hotel logo is beautifully styled after Henry VIII’s handwriting. Oatlands Park’s magnificent grounds were originally the site of a grand Tudor palace built by Henry VIII in 1853. Henry VIII built the palace for his new Queen, Anne of Cleves.
The Mulberry is a celebration of Oatlands Park’s royal heritage and magnificent grounds. Mulberry trees have royal associations dating back to the Tudor era. Oatlands Park boasts its very own Mulberry tree – look out for it in the hotel grounds.
Henry VIII is the most famous of all the residents. He became king in 1509 when he was just 17 years old. 1509 is a fitting tribute to a king who was known for his love of socialising, entertaining and dancing.See all news