If you have seen the movie Goldfinger, you have seen the Stoke park facilities, as they were used as the backdrop for the movie. The 300 acres private estate is located only 5 minutes from London, and is easily reachable from Heathrow. The hotel has 49 lovely five star rooms and suites to choose from, and on the grounds there are three restaurants, a spinning studio, an indoor swimming pool and 13 tennis courts, as well as an 11 treatment room spa and nail studio, should anyone in your company not be all into golfing. The Country club also offers separate conferencing rooms, in case you want to combine your work meeting with a golf experience.
The Golf Court
The Stoke Park golf court exhibits 27 holes, in three distinct sets. The original 18 holes, designed by Harry Cole, date back to early 20th century are still the favourites, and offers a slightly different landscape compared to many other golf courts in Great Britain. One of the main differences is that the natural defence for the court is provided by mature trees instead of heathers. Cunning bunkers around the swift greens are also prevalent in this worldwide famous golf court.
The hotel’s 49 stunning rooms and suites are all individually decorated, and make for a superb experience, no matter which one you select. The hotel has a warm and welcoming atmosphere and the staff is attentive to details to make every guest’s stay unique and a memory for life. The hotel guests have complimentary access to the health facilities. Should you need tuition, there are residential professionals and personal trainers that you can book at an additional fee.
On the Stoke Park premises, there are three restaurants, all open to the public.They have different menus and atmospheres, in order to satisfy a wide range of guests and taste buds. Humphry’s Fine Dining is headed by head chef Chris Wheeler, and the menu is based on modern British cooking and dishes, with an added twist, which combined with the head chef’s famous signature dishes makes it into a wonderful experience. Should you instead feel the need for a slightly more relaxed atmosphere, the San Marco italian brasserie is the place for you. Here you will find a lot of classical dishes and a children’s menu. If the weather permits, at San Marco you have the possibility to dine outside. The Orangery offers delicious meals and an afternoon tea with an exceptional view of the wonderful surrounding landscape.