Hartwell House is a Grade I listed Jacobean and Georgian House (leasehold until 2111 from the Ernest Cook Trust), two miles west of Aylesbury, surrounded by ninety acres of gardens and parkland. These include many garden buildings, the iconography of which relate, like those at nearby Stowe, to 18th Century Whig Country House Politics. The most famous resident of Hartwell was the exiled King of France, Louis XVIII, with his court from 1809 to 1814. The hotel has 46 bedrooms and suites, The Old Rectory, meeting rooms, a restaurant and a Spa.
For more information please contact:
Peter Da Silva
Boutique Da Silva Public Relations
Tel: 07727 084 058
Matthew A C Johnson
Director and General Manager
Tel: 01296 746528