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Down Hall Hotel & Spa

One of England’s most established country house hotels.
Our 98 bedrooms are all individually designed to reflect the grandeur, elegance and character of this historic property. The Classic and Executive bedrooms are spacious and comfortable, whilst Feature Rooms benefit from luxurious pencil beds and views towards the landscaped gardens.
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Italianate Mansion

Explore The Estate
The hotel’s luxury interiors, ornate ceilings and abundance of natural daylight make for an experience like no other. Take time to wander the 110 acres of surrounding woodland, parkland and landscaped gardens or sample traditional English Afternoon Tea in our historic lounge or Ibbetson’s tearoom. Why not enjoy a leisurely dinner in The Grill Room restaurant, serving modern English cooking prepared with fresh ingredients from our own vegetable garden?
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Luxury Wedding Venue In Essex
Dating back to 1322, Down Hall has a wonderful array of rooms and suites to host the most intimate of ceremonies, luxury wedding breakfasts and stunning receptions, most with panoramic views over our beautiful gardens.
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Down Hall Hotel and Spa

110 Acres Of Surrounding Woodland

Down Hall Hotel is one of England’s most established country house hotels. Located in Hatfield Heath, near Bishop’s Stortford on the Hertfordshire and Essex border, Down Hall is 45 minutes from central London and also ideally located near Stansted Airport.

Relax the body, soothe the soul and lift the spirit during your stay at Down Hall in our new, luxury Eden Spa. Dating back to 1322, this impressive Italianate mansion is a historic setting. The hotel’s luxury interiors, ornate ceilings and abundance of natural daylight make for an experience like no other. Take time to wander the 110 acres of surrounding woodland, parkland and landscaped gardens or sample traditional English Afternoon Tea in our historic lounge or Ibbetson’s tearoom.

Why not enjoy a leisurely dinner in The Grill Room restaurant, serving modern English cooking prepared with fresh ingredients from our own vegetable garden?