Tylney Hall Hotel
Oak Room Restaurant c/o, Tylney Hall Hotel, Rotherwick, Hook, RG27 9AZ +44 1256371132
- Main course: £20
- Food spend: £47
Rib eye steak was amazing
04 July 2018
Winner of 2 AA Rosettes, 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
((((( 17 July 2018 by Angelina from Hook
A group of friends had Champagne afternoon tea at Tylney Hall on 14th July and had a wonderful time. The sandwiches, cakes and scones were delicious and the service excellent. It was a perfect afternoon in beautiful surroundings.
(**** 11 July 2018 by Bill from Lindford
We have dined at Tylney Hall several times and always book there for special occasions and have thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Regretfully this time it fell far short of what we believe to be your high standard and what we expected. On arrival we had drinks in the lounge and after ordering 6 drinks only 4 were brought I had to chase the others.
Into the Oak Room for lunch and although we had followed the dress code 'jackets and collared shirts' it was clear that some of the other diners had not. Also as the side door was open guests, who were using the swimming pool or sunbathing, traipsed through the dinning room in swim suits, shorts or sports wear. Completely inappropriate and not what we expect when dining in the Oak Room and completely against your dress code. Clearly there was no supervision which allowed the standards to slip, it felt like we were eating in a cafe and spoiled the whole occasion for us. We did speak to the Duty Manager who attempted to rectify the situation. Our bill was reduced but this is not what we wanted. Our previous dining experience was the reason we booked again and we were looking forward to the service and ambiance of again dining in the Oak Room. The cost of dining is of second consideration, we expected great service and high quality attention as experienced on previous visits.
For post dining drinks in the lounge I ordered coffee and champagne. The coffee took time to arrive, the champagne DID NOT and once again I had to chase it. Then when it did arrive there was no glasses! A poor end to a disappointing afternoon.
There were 2 good points, the food was excellent and the waitress who served us, Louise, was very pleasant and attentive.
I have considered submitting a review on Trip Adviser but am prepared to wait the response of the Hotel.
The next question would I recommend the restaurant to a friend is difficult to answer as things stand it has to be No
((((* 11 July 2018 by Lou from Winchester
Beautiful location and grounds. Staff welcoming and attentive but discreet. Afternoon tea selection was very good, including gluten free requirements (made at time of booking). Relaxed surroundings and all made for a super afternoon.
(((** 9 July 2018 by Frank from Yateley
Food this time was average but service was poor. Wonderful location but not surecI would recommend the luncheon service. Not as good as previous visits.
((((( 4 July 2018 by Julie from Eastbourne
Rib eye steak was amazing
((((( 3 July 2018 by Christopher from Reading
We had an excellent afternoon at Tylney Hall. Our lunch was perfect. We walked the gardens, such a lovely peaceful setting. The whole experience was wonderful.
((((( 30 June 2018 by Deborah from Hook
Friendly and welcoming and beautiful surroundings
(**** 28 June 2018 by Joseph from sandhurst
As usual, the food was lovely and carried, even for a Sunday lunch. The service was, as it has been increasingly, very poor. Had to ask twice for drinks before lunch and then waited almost twenty minutes before they were served, at the point of going in to dine. After lunch, having ordered coffees at our lunch table, waited about half an hour for these to be served, and had to ask one of the staff at the end of this half hour where our coffees were. This is not what I call service for an hotel which says it is rated four stars. Regrettably, I don't think we will be using Tylney Hall again, either for dining or residence.
((*** 27 June 2018 by Stephen from Swanwick
Great environment. However we were kept waiting a very long time between courses. We did make an enquiry with the waitress but she could only apologise. Indicating that there was a Wedding Party to attend to. We sat down at the table about 1:20 and didn't finish until close to 4pm. We did feel a bit neglected and in hindsight we should have asked to talk to the Manager.
((*** 26 June 2018 by Michael from BLANDFORD FORUM
The Hotel was good, the room excellent although the shower was tricky to operate, the gardens were very good although some parts needed a bit of TLC and the amount of Knotweed worrying for an RHS partner garden. There did not seem to be any effort to get rid of it. The public rooms were all a bit dowdy and window much in need of paint and cleaning. However the whole stay was spoilt by the restaurant, which was not good , poor choice, very small portions, cold plates and the food was just warm. We only had a main course which was poor , meat quality reasonable but the veg accompanying it was laughable. We did not bother with a desert. Finally the whole menu was grossly overpriced for the quantity served, and the quality of the food. Sad really it could have been so much better. Staff tried very hard but were hampered by lack of training.
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