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Follow in the footsteps of royalty at Luton Hoo

Guests at Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa today follow in the footsteps of royalty, with Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh among the regular visitors to the mansion house in the 20th century. They stayed with the Wernher family at Luton Hoo while on their honeymoon and continued the tradition on their wedding anniversaries as well

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The stunningly beautiful and historic Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa is nestled in over 1,000 acres of breath-taking Capability Brown-designed gardens and parkland.

Located on the Hertfordshire/Bedfordshire border, the five-star hotel today offers a slice of luxury living and is the ideal setting for a relaxing break in the countryside. It’s the epitome of high-class accommodation mixed with outstanding leisure facilities and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Great care has been taken to enhance and retain the individual period features and aesthetic ambience of each of the 228 tastefully appointed guestrooms and suites, while providing a host of modern amenities.

The Spa at Luton Hoo is the very essence of relaxation. Housed in the beautifully converted Robert Adam-designed Grade II-listed former stables courtyard, facilities include six treatment rooms, a stunning, oak-framed 18-metre pool, saunarium, steam room and gym. For the ultimate in pampering, guests can enjoy a decadent menu of therapies courtesy of luxury brand ESPA, including sensuous facials, stress-relieving massages and beautifying pedicures and manicures.

Luton Hoo Mansion House

For those keen to indulge in more energetic pursuits, an 18-hole, par-73 championship golf course is available alongside tennis courts, mapped walks, jogging trails and a clay pigeon shooting school.

Elsewhere, the Country Club houses the relaxed and informal Adam’s Brasserie. Lined with photographs of films that used the hotel as a location, the brasserie serves a range of imaginative fare, from fine dining to more traditional favourites such as the Luton Hoo burger.

For a high-end culinary experience, there can be few more spectacular settings than the Wernher Restaurant. Named after one of Luton Hoo’s most distinguished former owners, it’s been awarded two coveted AA Rosettes, and continues to forge an unrivalled reputation for creating exciting dishes with a modern twist using British produce.

Rooms at Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa start at £260 a night based on two people sharing. Price includes a traditional English breakfast, morning newspaper and unrestricted use of the spa and leisure facilities.

To make a reservation, please call 01582 698888 or visit lutonhoo.co.uk

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