Coworth Park, Dorchester Collection’s country house hotel and spa is nestled amidst 240 acres of Berkshire parkland on the borders of Windsor Great Park and combines the intimacy of a private country estate with sophisticated modern appeal. The 70 guestrooms, situated in the Mansion House, cottages and stables blend traditional and contemporary design, with bespoke furnishings and equestrian-inspired artwork. The scenic route to five-star bliss. Coworth Park offers idyllic relaxation in many guises, from a rural detox to an indulgent, romantic escape. Here you’ll find an experience to refresh every sense within the welcoming oasis of calm. A hotel for all seasons - The wildflower meadow in summer. Winter evenings in front of the fire. Long walks through golden autumn and the vivid bluebells of spring.
Coworth Park and Ascot - With 240 acres of picturesque parkland, an equestrian center, polo fields, kids’ club, and plenty of outdoor pursuits, Coworth Park, has more than enough to keep even the most active guest entertained. Nearby you can also discover breathtaking vistas, cultural gems, and heritage sites in the local Berkshire towns and countryside.
Rooms & Suites - Rural charm garnished with modern delight. These graceful rooms feel as fresh and bright as a new spring morning. Personally allocated to suit each guest, the range of rooms and suites reflect the pastoral idyll waiting beyond the window. Rich in country house charm, but blended seamlessly with a modern and fresh aesthetic. Throw open your window and breathe in the sweet, clean air—suites - The height of elegant luxury and sublime charm. Make yourself at home in one of the most exclusive suites.
Dining - An award-winning range of restaurants as different as the seasons. The eclectic dining choices at Coworth Park make sure there’s always something fresh to dazzle your appetite. From fine dining to fish and chips, the restaurants are here to serve you all day. ''Restaurant Coworth Park''- Proudly awarded the Michelin star of excellence, the relaxed elegance of Restaurant Coworth Park, led by executive chef Adam Smith, showcases a modern outlook on classic British dishes with stunning views of the gardens. ''The Barn'' - For a more relaxed and rustic dining experience, muddy boots are most welcome at The Barn, which offers a delicious brasserie-style menu of comfort food, such as Fish & Chips, in an informal setting. ''Drawing Room'' - A cozy, elegant room, graced by glorious views of the grounds. This is the place for afternoon tea, light meals and drinks, or linger happily with coffee and a newspaper. In the warmer months, enjoy a spot of al fresco dining for the perfect summer’s treat. ''The Spatisserie'' - To complete a spa day in style or enjoy a spot of peaceful indulgence, guests are reminded that ‘a little of what you love is good for you. We’re not currently serving food but are offering a selection of herbal infusions, fresh detox fruit juices, or champagne for you to enjoy.
The Spa at Coworth Park - Be relaxed or revitalized. For a moment to yourself. A soothing of the senses. What to expect from your visit - Wanting your experience at The Spa at Coworth Park to be a wonderful one, a time when you can completely relax, unwind and forget the outside world.
Coworth Park Grounds - Leave the hustle and bustle of busy life behind and immerse yourself in the pastoral tranquillity of the picturesque parkland. The 240 acres give you plenty of space to unwind and relax in, and for the more adventurous, there are plenty of activities to take part in. ''Edible Garden'' - The executive chef Adam Smith is understandably proud of his kitchen garden. Having fresh ingredients literally on his doorstep gives him an abundance of freshly-picked local ingredients for his delicious seasonal dishes. He loves that diners discover the beauty they witness on arrival recalled on their plate. ''Magnificent Meadow''- The summer meadow is the first view to greet you on your drive up to the mansion house and is a memorable sight to behold. It’s filled with a vibrant array of traditional English country flowers. Cornflowers, poppies, and red campions create a colorful display. Wander through and enjoy at your leisure.
''Garden Delights'' - Having so many delightful areas to explore that even the own head of gardens, Terri Crow, can’t decide on her favorite place. Some days it’s the scenic rose garden and gazebo. Other days it’s the shady lime grove or the estate’s original sunken garden. Local artist Carol Peace’s beautiful bronze statues are also well worth looking out for. ''Lakeside Living'' - A walk to the outer edge of the estate rewards you with the discovery of the tranquil lake, which is home to the resident swan named Chukka, inspired by the polo fields he overlooks. This is a place of true serenity in which to enjoy a relaxed moment of calm.
''All things Equestrian'' - Home to eight friendly horses, the equestrian center welcomes both beginners and seasoned riders. Take a leisurely hack around the grounds, head off for a canter, or try your hand at dressage - the choice is yours. ''The Sport of Kings''- As the only UK hotel with two professional polo fields, offering a unique opportunity to enjoy this quintessentially English sport. The fields are managed by the prestigious Guards Polo Club, with fixtures throughout the summer social season, including major tournaments.
Country Pursuits - For guests looking to stay active, walking and jogging maps and mountain biking are offered, tennis and croquet on the upper lawn. You can also look forward to delicious picnics in your favorite area of the grounds.