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Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens

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Venue price From £58 per person
Venue capacity 8 - 140 people

Spaces at Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens


A wood panelled suite with views overlooking the vista and a fireplace.


Located in the main mansion house The Mattingley Suite is perfect for a private dining experience.


The Windlesham Suite has recently been refurbished and offers plenty of natural daylight, a high ceiling, air conditioning and interconnects with the Rotherwick suite.


Another of our recently refurbished Suites, the Rotherwick Suite is situated in the front of our Mansion House with beautiful high ceilings, air conditioning and this can also interconnect with the Windlesham Suite.


The Old Basing has been recently refurbished and has stunning views of the front courtyard and fountain. This room interconnects with the Sherbourne Suite.


The Sherbourne Suite is a function room with natural daylight, high ceilings overlooking the courtyard and interconnects with the Old Basing Suite.


A function suite with natural daylight and views of the courtyard and fountain. Ideal for functions of up to 24 people.


The Tylney Suite is a wood panelled baronial hall with a vaulted ceiling, stage and minstrel's gallery that can accommodate a theatre style gallery of up to 120.


The Major Cayzer suite is located on the first floor of the Hampshire suite and has plenty of natural daylight with views overlooking the gardens.


Secluded away from the main hustle and bustle of the hotel, The Chestnut Suite is the perfect place to hold a private event for up to 120 people. and has its own private reception area, bar and cloakroom.


On the ground floor of the Hampshire Suite, a cosy function suite with natural daylight, that can accommodate up to 100 people.


The Viscount Catlemaine is a small syndicate room on the first floor of the Hampshire suite.

About Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens


Welcome back to an age of elegance and gracious living. Tylney Hall is a grade II listed building in a 66 acres estate with uninterrupted views of the Hampshire border.