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Tylney Hall Hotel

Oak Room Restaurant c/o, Tylney Hall Hotel, Rotherwick, Hook, RG27 9AZ +44 1256371132

(((() British
Average
Main course: £20
Food spend: £47

The dining experience was a pleasant surprise
It's not the first time I have visited such a beautiful place but food was not always the best. Yesterday it was perfect. All courses. The staff is always pleasant and attentive to the guests needs. It was wonderful. Thank you very much.

I.R. 07 January 2017
from Basingstoke

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Winner of 2 AA Rosettes under chef Stephen Hine, the luxurious Tylney Hall Hotel boasts a stunning Grade II-listed setting. Overlooking 66 acres of Hampshire parkland, this Victorian country house serves classic British cuisine including fulsome Sunday lunches and afternoon teas.

The seasonal Tylney Hall Hotel menu uses the finest British produce, including succulent Gressingham duck, Buccleuch Scottish beef and Dover sole. Homemade pumpkin and sage ravioli with toasted chestnuts is just one of its luxurious vegetarian dishes.

Tlyney Hall's quintessential English setting is perfect for Sunday roasts with tempting desserts like rhubarb crème brulee and almond biscotti. Alternatively, end your meal with distinctive cheeses made in the southern counties, including Hampshire Rose, or a selection from the extensive wine list.

A stunning domed dining room is lavishly styled, with the restaurant's full length windows affording beautiful views of the grounds. Tylney Hall Hotel is a 6-minute drive from Hook Train Station.

Tylney Hall Hotel

Oak Room Restaurant c/o, Tylney Hall Hotel, Rotherwick, Hook, RG27 9AZ

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Customer reviews for Tylney Hall Hotel

4.5 (((() (based on 120 reviews)
93% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (72)
  • luxury (61)
  • afternoon tea (55)
  • romantic (50)
  • views (48)
  • private dining (34)
  • large parties (23)
  • business (21)
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  • al fresco (12)
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  • child friendly (8)
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  • (((** 19 January 2017 by Diane Brown from Fleet

    For the only time in the many times, over about 15 years, that we have visited Tylney Hall we were a little disappointed by our lunch experience yesterday! It was a bitterly cold day, and this clearly caused a problem with the heating in the Oak Dining Room, where our party of 4 felt very cold during our meal. One person had the partridge breast starter, and this was considerably overcooked and was tough.The heating issue clearly also caused problems for keeping food hot , and all our main courses were only luke warm. We were also dusappointed with the general cleanliness srandards in the lounge , where surfaces were very dusty and some immense cobwebs were discernible. We were especially disappointed as we had with us a guest who is a chef and pâtissière from Singapore, who, we were confident, would be impressed with our much loved Tylney Hall! ( Sadly, this was not the case yesterday!) i decided to write this as, in the past, I have never had occasion to give you anything but 100% positive feedback, and I felt you would want to know!

  • ((((* 15 January 2017 by vicky Sheppard from Reading

    We had a lovely lunch, the food was great and the staff who served us were really friendly, this is our fourth time here for lunch and would definitely come back again.

  • ((((* 14 January 2017 by Neville from Basimgstoke

    Food is good, but needs to be a cut above to command prices charged.

  • ((((* 11 January 2017 by David Perry from Southampton

    The food was excellent with one exception, a blackcurrant dessert which was so cold and solid it appeared to have been served directly from the freezer instead of being allow to warm slightly (there was time for this as one of us ordered a soufflé which took 15 minutes to cook). Apart from this every dish was beautifully cooked and presented, and thoroughly enjoyed by all of us.
    The location and environment were also excellent, it would be great on a summer day to be able to eat outside.
    We ordered a bottle of Cheverny rose wine but were given a bottle of rose wine from Provence, which we did enjoy, but there was no explanation for the substitution.
    One common thread was that despite there being many front of house staff in reception many of them seemed either unwilling to help, unable to help (suggesting we go to another member of staff) or keen to have a chat with a colleague - this really isn't good enough for a hotel of this quality.
    Having said all that we hope to go again either for lunch or dinner.

  • ((((* 9 January 2017 by Theresa Chubb from Southampton

    Lovely location, with good food and excellent service.

  • ((((( 7 January 2017 by I.R. from Basingstoke

    The dining experience was a pleasant surprise
    It's not the first time I have visited such a beautiful place but food was not always the best. Yesterday it was perfect. All courses. The staff is always pleasant and attentive to the guests needs. It was wonderful. Thank you very much.

  • ((((( 6 January 2017 by Robin Howard from Newnham

    Service very good
    Guinea fowl vg
    Merlot VG
    Fire vg

  • ((((( 5 January 2017 by Mike Lang from Alton

    Treated my wife to afternoon tea as a birthday celebration.

    Had not been to Tylney hall before.

    The tea was great.

    Selection of finger food was great.

    The service was great.

    The setting was wonderful.

    Would not hesitate to return.

    Excellent value for money.

  • ((((( 4 January 2017 by Valerie Mcelhinney from Portsmouth

    A very attractive restaurant with an excellent standard of service. We enjoyed a pre-lunch coffee in delightful surroundings and all in our party felt no pressure to rush, even though we went beyond our booking time. The food was well cooked and well presented, imaginatively assembled. Slightly larger portions would have been welcome!

  • ((((( 31 December 2016 by Eric Davies from Crowthorne

    Our forst visit was very successful the Oak Room was very nice ( a bit chilly by the window, but as i am visually impaired the light compensated and was much appreciated. The welcome and service were impeccable from the front door to departure. The staff throughout the hotel were extremely polite and welcoming and went out of their way to please us. We felt very comfortable in the hotel and will visit again when we can visit the grounds because today it was very foggy. Date of visit was 30th. December. The food quality and wine were of a high standard and our request to have our coffee in the Lounge resulted in a table being reserved for us in front of the fire which rounded off our lunch very nicely especially on such a bleak afternoon.

    We did find the roadside signs a bit confusing as we came from the Rotherwick direction we went into the Golf Club first because we did not see any directions to the hotel entrance.

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