Absolute Brighton, UK, February 2013: “Park House has everything you could wish for in a romantic break”.
“A small, intimate hotel with spacious, stylishly decorated bedrooms that combines the best of traditional elegance with contemporary style.”
Sussex Society, UK, February 2013: “The tranquil rural location will stir the souls for lovers….”
“…and for those who need a little privacy, there are private cottages with enticing names such as Baytree Cottage and Polo Cottage in the grounds close to the luxury hotel.”
Fine Sussex, UK, February 2013: “It’s been labeled the ‘best kept secret in Sussex and it’s easy to see why”…
“The venue marries the contemporary with the classic…rooms are cosy and traditional while still having all the mod cons you need for your entertainment”.
The Lady, UK, 8 February 2013: “10 Best Hotels for all tastes – Lazy Weekends, Park House”
“Park House hotel is the sort of beautiful, relaxed place where a weekend can slide by without you noticing….”
Surrey Times, 6 February 2013: “Park House is a hotel that feels a million miles away…”
“The hotel’s homely atmosphere originates from long-time owner Ione O’Brien and has been carried on by her grandson, Seamus….”
Surrey & Hants Star Courier, UK, 31 January 2013: “Set in beautiful grounds and gardens with plenty of views of the surrounding countryside”
“…the staff who, from the minute you walk in, make you feel welcome with the offer of a morning newspaper and enquiries about when you would like to eat, before showing you up to your room..”
The Guardian, UK, 12 January 2013: “Good Spa Guide editor picks PH₂0 as 1 of 6 little known or new British Spas”
“Need a little winter bliss?” The Good Spa Guide Editor picks little-known or new British spas for those on a post-Christmas budget. PH₂0 is one of 6 recommended.”
Sussex Style, UK, Dec 2012-Jan 2013: “Park House is a hotel for today that was created yesterday”…
“It has all the elements I look for; a notable location; a sense of its legacy; lack of pretension; high standards and attention to detail. A great find”.
MSN Travel, UK, 8 November 2012: “This Sussex farmhouse-turned-luxury-hotel is impeccably designed and has a swish new spa to match.”
“Park House hotel is a quintessential English country house, located in an area of great natural beauty. Family run and family friendly, this home-from-home is warm and welcoming with a designer touch.”
Country & Town House, UK, September 2012:“This is the stuff C&TH dreams are made of….”
“….we sat for supper in the bright conservatory, the menu looking enticingly sophisticated with an emphasis on British and locally sourced fare (they have a well stocked vegetable and herb garden on site)……”
Meze, UK, July 2012:“..offers friendly, relaxed and unobtrusive service and a superb menu….”
“After experiencing the Hot Lava Shell massage, I would be reluctant to opt for any other…it was insanely good.”
Attitude, UK, June 2012: “an elegant country house that invites you to sink into its tasteful soft furnishings”
“…an idyllic spa hotel….The hotel has a spa with an indoor and outdoor pool offering distressing treatments that will whisk you right along to the best night’s sleep in the hotel’s divinely big beds.”
Director, UK, June 2012: “spa-spangled glamour: blending new and old at Park House hotel and spa makes for a charming combination of chic and cosy comfort”
“Rejuvenation can be as therapeutic to business as it is to people and that’s what the third generation owners of the family-run Park House hotel have achieved following a multi-million pound investment in a design-led day spa.”
Shooting Gazette, UK, May 2012: “One of the Top 10 Sporting Hotels in the UK”
“……The new spa is an oasis of calm, perfect for non-shooting guests when others are enjoying a day of sport at nearby shoots like Angmering, Goodwood or King’s Walk…..and there is the blissful silence afforded by the escarpment in the near distance (the hotel is right on the doorstep of the South Downs)……”
Country Life, UK, April 2012: “The conservatory is a great place for tea, with pretty views out to the gardens”
……”a group of friends had ordered full afternoon tea at the end of the day with a glass of champagne which looked terrific…. PH20 was certainly worth an extended visit …..and the head massage I had was blissful…..”
Daily Express, UK, January 2012: “The scent of aromatic oils created the perfect spa ambience…”
An elegant country house hotel, Park House was built as a traditional farmhouse and oozes soft furnishings, plump sofas and cozy nooks… attention to detail was first-class… the treatment room’s low lighting and the scent of aromatic oils created the perfect spa ambience…
ETC Magazine, UK, January 2012: “Despite the hotel’s initimate size it packs a punch with its spa…”
Offering a vast array of treatments and luxurious facilities which combine to create a haven you would normally expect to drive hours to reach…
The Lady Magazine, UK, December 2011: “privately owned and delightfully personal Park House hotel…”
The newly designated South Downs National Park in West Sussex is also home to the privately owned and delightfully personal Park House hotel…
Shooting Gazette, UK, December 2011: “an English country house Martin Puddifer would buy in a heartbeat…”
I’ll be happy if this review plays a small part in the hotel becoming West Sussex’s “worst kept secret”. What I’m trying to say is go there as soon as you can…
Sunday Mirror, UK, November 2011: “for a spa break in a stunning countryside setting…”
Head to the West Sussex village of Bepton and check in to Park House. Located in the South Downs National Park, the hotel has a Sunday Spa package for £95pp until December 30th…
Marie Claire magazine, on-line, UK, October 2011: “exactly what you want from an English country house hotel – affordable chic in beautiful surroundings….”
We make our way down to the Spa where I have the incredible Anne Semonin L’Experience Facial – one of the best treatments I’ve ever had….. Many of our fellow guests are regulars – and this is probably the best recommendation a hotel can have!
Star Magazine, UK, September 2011: “The perfect location to relax and unwind…”
Spa of the Week: Why is is so special? Park House hotel & spa is located in the lush South England countryside, and with its breathtaking views, it’s the perfect location to relax and unwind. The spa even has a heated outdoor pool.
Healthy Magazine, UK, August 2011: “If only I could have a (Deep) Sleep Treatment every day”….
I left the treatment room extremely chilled out. That night – after a delicious meal in the hotel restaurant – I couldn’t even make it for a nightcap. I was asleep by 10pm and slept like a baby all night.
Country & Town House Magazine, UK, July 2011: “Just under two hours from London is this gem of a hotel…”
Top Ten British Spa Hotels. Just under two hours from London is this gem of a hotel – family owned and perfectly cosy… And the spa is even more of a secret than the hotel with a shimmering swimming pool and treatment rooms with warmed water beds. Treatment to try: the Montezuma’s Chocolate Body Sensation…
Psychologies Magazine, UK, July 2011: “Once there, they couldn’t do enough to help us forget our worries…”
Best for…..a mother-and-daughter weekend. The PH20 Spa is beautifully designed to the highest specifications. There’s a vast heated pool (and another outside for summer months), a small but well-equipped gym, and a serene chill-out zone. My Aromatherapy Associates Age Repair Facial, £95 for 90 minutes, was deliciously relaxing to my whole body and masterfully reviving for a tired face.