Beyond the magnificent facade of the Mansion House which greets guests on arrival, lies a 5 star hotel on the border of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, which is like no other in the home counties. However, their guests quickly discover that behind the imposing grandeur of Luton Hoo, the atmosphere is very relaxed and welcoming.
Excellent transport links between St. Pancras and Luton Parkway railway stations mean they are easily reached from London or Cambridge. And as one of the most convenient hotels in Luton for accessing Luton airport, they are within easy reach of cities across Europe.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
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Set amid 1000 acres of beautiful English parkland, Luton Hoo boasts a luxury spa and golf course. Just 2 miles from Luton, it offers fine dining and elegant rooms that have hosted Queen Elizabeth II.
Individually styled rooms offer views of the landscaped gardens or the River Lea. Each room includes a flat-screen TV, minibar and a seating area whilst some have a private terrace.
The championship golf course is set against Luton Hoo’s lakes and stunning landscape. The spa features an indoor pool with sauna and steam room. A range of beauty therapies can be enjoyed in one of the hotel's 6 treatment rooms.Tennis courts, jogging trails and clay pigeon shooting are also available.
Guests can sample classic British cuisine in the Wernher Restaurant, set in the original State Dining Room. Adam’s Brasserie provides informal dining, with a varied modern menu.
Luton Hoo is 10 minutes' drive from Luton Airport and 3 miles from the M1 motorway. Luton Parkway Rail Station is a 5-minute drive, providing 30-minute links to London.
Luton Hoo's 7,107 yard long and par 73 course offers a harmonious blend of inland links and mature parkland.
There had only ever been a Victorian nine-hole course on the Luton Hoo estate, so it came as a design challenge to create what is, at 7,107 yards, one of the longest 18-hole golf courses in the UK, while simultaneously preserving the Grade 1 listed parkland in which it is situated. The outcome is an immaculate course that offers a series of subtly challenging landscape features including six holes with water obstacles.
Not one tree was removed in the making of the course and in fact 1,500 oak, beech and sweet chestnut saplings were transplanted from other areas of the estate. In addition, around 50% of the acreage covered by the course is sown with wildflower, giving a more natural feel than other links.