Oatlands Park Hotel Front Garden
Refurbished Lobby Lounge at Oatlands Park Hotel
Lobby view from the Balcony at Oatlands Park Hotel
Cedar Tree at Oatlands Park Hotel
View of the Back Garden at Oatlands Park Hotel
Oatlands Park Hotel Front Garden Refurbished Lobby Lounge at Oatlands Park Hotel Lobby view from the Balcony at Oatlands Park Hotel Cedar Tree at Oatlands Park Hotel View of the Back Garden at Oatlands Park Hotel

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Will you be my Valentine?

From afternoon tea to a romantic dinner in our Mulberry Restaurant with live entertainment and an overnight stay in one of our elegant and stylish rooms, treat a special loved one this Valentine’s Day or make it a weekend to remember. Valentine’s Weekend Package with a Michael Bublé tribute night Valentine’s Afternoon Tea
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History

Regal Roots

 

Oatlands Park Hotel is steeped in royal history. The magnificent grounds were originally the site of a grand Tudor palace built by Henry VIII in 1538. Other monarchs, including Elizabeth I, James I and Charles I, also resided at Oatlands during their reign.

Over the centuries, the house and grounds have been rebuilt and remodelled several times, and in different styles, by a string of wealthy tenants. Oatlands Park opened as a hotel for the first time in 1856. The South Western Hotel, as it was known then, played host to a number of world-famous guests including writer Emile Zola, novelist Anthony Trollope and artist and poet Edward Lear.

The current owners bought the hotel in 1986 and have lovingly restored and refurbished it, retaining the unique character of the listed buildings and grounds.

History