Tylney Hall Hotel
Oak Room Restaurant c/o, Tylney Hall Hotel, Rotherwick, Hook, RG27 9AZ +44 1256371132
- Main course: £20
- Food spend: £47
Lunch very good
18 November 2016
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
See all restaurants in Hampshire
See all restaurants in Rotherwick
Customer reviews for Tylney Hall Hotel
((((( 2 December 2016 by Anne Almeida from Surrey
I was entertaining a cousin and two people aged in their late nineties. We were treated with respect and charm from the moment we entered the hotel. The food was very attractively presented - clearly cooked to order - the rolls so delicious that we had seconds. Our chosen main courses (lamb and salmon) lived up to our expectations and against the odds we were able also to enjoy the chocolate mousse and fruit crumble tart. I would not hesitate to recommend Tylney Hall and look forward to returning.
One small niggle: the dining room could have been a little warmer.
((((( 18 November 2016 by Peter Smalley from Newbury
Lunch very good
((((( 16 November 2016 by Kate Morrison from fleet
Absolutely fantastic lunch at Tylney Hall. We went for my mums birthday and she loved it. Fabulous food and attentive staff!
((((( 16 November 2016 by Alan Glanville from Reading
Wonderful evening thank you, customer service excellent food also I would have liked the food a little hotter. All in all a wonderful evening and I would have no hesitation in recommending the venue to all of my friends and we will definitely be returning.
((((* 14 November 2016 by Catherine Lawton from Godalming Surrey
some of the décor was a little jaded but overall the experience was excellent and the service and food could not be faulted
((*** 11 November 2016 by Ian Graham from London
Drinks before dinner in the lounge were very nice as were the staff there. Not so great when we moved to restaurant. Food was ok. Starters good. We all had beef for main. Waitress brought vegetables that didn't allow for us all to have some. Asked if we wanted more but there weren't enough to start with. Some Vegetables were on the raw side. Would have been nice to have some extra gravy left in a gravy boat on table. My wife had tea but had to remind waiter about petit for. Her tea arrived way before the desserts. The rest of us weren't asked if wanted tea or coffee. The bill came before I asked for it. On the positive side the wine was excellent.
((((( 8 November 2016 by Rachel Godliman from Reading
Absolutely amazing food and service. As always. Thank you to all.
(((** 1 November 2016 by Lisa from North Waltham
We have dined at Tylney Hall on several occasions and have always enjoyed the food, the service, the atmosphere, the overall experience.
Sunday (30th Oct 2016) we had invited friends to join us for lunch and unfortunately on this visit I do have one criticism, the service was extremely slow, we waited over 45 minutes for our starter and then another 45 minutes between our main and dessert. Not once did any of the staff (including Management) come over to explain the delay or to offer an apology. Yes I agree the restaurant was full and so staff were busy but out of respect for their customer’s some communication wouldn’t have gone amiss.
((((* 26 October 2016 by Susan Hornby from Hessle
Lounges stunning with lots of choice and space for pre dinner drinks.
Poor nibbles with drinks, not good enough for a quality place. There used to be superb canapés which were sadly missing on this visit.
Food good. Service technically skilled and charming especially the wine waiter.
Vegetables not quite cooked & chips cold. 3 courses inc wine £300 for 4 people.
((((( 25 October 2016 by Kevin Ahronson from Fleet
We visited the restaurant for a wedding anniversary. This is probably the best restaurant either of us have even eaten in, the food was outstanding with every dish beautifully presented and full of flavour.
Book this restaurant
Menus available at
Sorry, there are no tables for 2 available from 17:00 - 21:00.
Please try an alternative date or time.
Sorry, there are no tables available for 2 people on this date.
Try searching for an alternative date.
Sorry, there was an error completing your search.Search again
Nearly done! Please enter your details
Your Contact Details
Deals direct to your inbox!
Hear about our top offers first & book the best tables
Great deals coming your way soon