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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 afternoon tea was great

Margaret 13 February 2017
from Byton

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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 139 reviews)
94% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • lunch (86)
  • dinner (83)
  • luxury (69)
  • afternoon tea (62)
  • romantic (58)
  • views (55)
  • private dining (38)
  • large parties (25)
  • value (23)
  • business (22)
  • al fresco (13)
  • breakfast (12)
  • child friendly (8)
  • entertainment (7)
  • trendy (1)
  • ((((( 20 February 2017 by Zoe Monk from Basingstoke

    Booked the 3 course Sunday lunch for my birthday and we weren't disappointed. The service was excellent and attentive as we had asked for a specific table and were given it. I was also serenaded with happy birthday and give a birthday macaroon with candle. The food was exemplary,as always, however the pork croquette starter was outstanding.

  • ((((* 17 February 2017 by Helen Axford from Old Basing

    We booked a champagne cream tea for a 50th Birthday, upon arrival and initially we were treated like Royalty. the location and ambience were exceptional. However, after our cream tea was delivered to our table we were more or less ignored for the rest of our visit, there was no offer of extra tea or champagne. I wouldn't have wanted the staff to be in our faces bit a bit more attention would have been appreciated.

  • ((((* 16 February 2017 by Daniel Taylor from Bordon

    From arrival to getting our coats the experience was very pleasant. We were offered a drink in the bar when we arrived but chose to go straight to our table. The waiting staff were very friendly and patient. The food was extremly nice and well presented. I can imagine the grounds are lovely but was dark when we were there. I would recommend tylney hall and I would go back again.

  • ((((* 16 February 2017 by Noel Mellish from Camberley

    A nice easy atmosphere but disappointed that we were sat so close to another couple, who we did not know nor ever met

  • ((((* 16 February 2017 by Martin Foley from Basingstoke

    Very nice

  • ((((( 15 February 2017 by Ray Locke from Basingstoke

    The restaurant is located within the wonderful Grade II listed Hall. The service from the welcome into the Reception and throughout the meal was exemplary. The food quality was very high, cooked to perfection and the presentation was impressive.
    The rump beef tartar with teriyaki was superb and the guinea fowl was wonderful. The crushed root side dish was delightfully creamy and sweet. All highly recommended.

  • ((((* 14 February 2017 by John Tzilivakis from Saint Albans

    Good food in the grand environment of a country house. The food was very tasty, nicely presented, with very good service.

  • ((((* 13 February 2017 by Mark Spittles from Kingsclere

    Excellent Sunday Lunch, great service and very nice traditional relaxing venue

  • ((((( 13 February 2017 by Margaret from Byton

    The afternoon tea was great

  • (((** 11 February 2017 by Gloria Efford from Basingstoke

    Very enjoyable lunch. Sat in front of a roaring fire for pre dinner drinks. Drinks were quite expensive. Chose from a delightful menu and called through to our table. Food was served by a lovely waitress from Poland who was very attentive. Back into another bar for coffee but unfortunately the fire wasn't lit and the room was cold so didn't stay long. All in all a lovely lunch.

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