Stay in our stunning rooms, celebrate and unwind with us, and discover that life can be good again.
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The Grosvenor Team
The Grosvenor, Stockbridge is a little gem, lovingly restored to its former glory. It sits proudly at the heart of Stockbridge, the smallest town in England, and home to the world famous River Test.
We offer a delightful mix of:
Sporting pursuits - fly fishing, shooting, walking and cycling
Tranquility - be that in the hotel's gardens or in the stunning countryside on our doorstep
Retail therapy - in the numerous independent stores, delis and galleries within a stone's throw along the High Street.
We love having your four-legged friends with us and have the most comfortable dog beds! If you're coming for an overnight stay, we would recommend our garden rooms to allow your dog easy access to outside space. Dogs are also welcome in the Hayloft and our three-bedroom Tap Cottage (a charge of £25 per dog per night applies, and this is payable upon check out). Well-behaved dogs are very welcome in our bar, and in our walled garden.
The hotel has a fascinating history, wrapped up in Stockbridge's racing past. Click here to learn more!
We have 18 stunning bedrooms in the Main House, a further 13 in the Mews to the rear and the super chic three-bedroom Tap Cottage, nestled between 15th Century St Peter’s Church and the hotel itself.
All are delightful, with an eclectic mix of antique pieces, bold colours and to die for fabrics. Each one unique and painstakingly refurbished during 2020 or 2021 under the watchful eye of Lottie Keith, perhaps Hampshire’s boldest and most talented Country House interior designer.
The Mews bedrooms
Our 6 Garden Rooms in the Mews, open onto the tranquil walled garden, with 6 Upper Test Rooms above. Each one reminding us of a special place or personality along the River Test from its source at Ashe Rectory (room 12) to Lord Louis’s beat at Broadlands in Romsey (room 1). The Garden Rooms are best for our four-legged friends (a charge of £25 per dog per night applies, and this is payable upon check out).
The Hayloft, a decadent suite, with sitting room and cook’s corner, designed by Alex Lewis, completes the line up in the Mews. This suite is also dog-friendly (a charge of £25 per dog per night applies, and this is payable upon check out).
The Main House bedrooms
14 additional Upper Test rooms are dotted around the first floor of the main house - mainly good sized doubles with a larger family room (for a couple and 2 youngsters) and the historic Mayfly Suite with its cosy and traditional four poster bed.
Find your way to the back staircase and climb to the second floor to find The Cannon, The Bibury, St Peter’s and Britannia. It will be worth the walk! The first 3 are spacious, beautifully curated rooms ideal for a romantic weekend away. Britannia is rather fun in red, white and blue, but is teeny tiny, so if space is your thing, probably not for you!
Brilliantly designed, with fun colours, cosy sitting room, bijou kitchen, quirky bathrooms and postage stamp garden, this three-bed and three-bath bolthole makes a great base for a family or group of friends for a Hampshire break. Dogs are welcome in Tap Cottage (a charge of £25 per dog per night applies, and this is payable upon check out).
All our rooms have powerful CP Hart showers, divine pocket sprung Visprung mattresses, Hampshire roasted Mozzo Coffee and tea from The Tregothnan Estate in Cornwall. Not all have baths, so if you like a spoiling soak after a day in the field or on the river, just double check when you book.
Dogs are very welcome - but in Garden Rooms, The Hayloft and Tap Cottage only (a charge of £25 per dog per night applies, and this is payable upon check out).
"Some of the most stunning hotel rooms I have ever seen in 30 years of global travel" Nick - Travel Photographer from Madrid
See our first national newspaper review in the Sunday Telegraph, by celebrated hotel critic Fiona Duncan,
and our nomination in the Times as one of the Top 100 hotels
Dining has always been one of life’s great pleasures and the best way to celebrate being with friends and family.
Come and join us with friends and family to sample the delights of our talented Head Chef in any of our eateries; the Market Room Restaurant, the recently renovated 1822 Bar, or the Terrace which is now open for the spring and summer season.
Our dining areas can be booked online but if you have any questions, please call or email.
So, whether you are seeking a fisherman's breakfast to set you up for a day on the river, a cosy lunch by a warming fire with an old friend, or a celebratory dinner, we will take good care of you.
An ideal option for the gift that needs to be 'that extra little bit special'.
Step off the bustling high street, saunter through the hotel lobby and enter a world of calm that is our walled garden.
Tucked away in a sunny spot with a book or an old friend, while away the hours with a latte or something a little stronger, and contemplate the big decisions of the day. Lobster for lunch? Seared tuna for supper? Is it too early for a glass of bubbly?
Completely enclosed, with views of 15th Century St Peter's Church to the west, and pleached hornbeams and flint walls to the east, take a step back in time.
A little oasis where, sat amongst the catmints and the peonies, today's burdens will become tomorrow's opportunities!
Things to know before visiting
We love having dogs to stay with us for a meal or an overnight stay! They are very welcome in the bar or in our walled garden. If you are bringing a dog, please let us know in advance so we can make sure you have a suitable room and have the dog bed ready. We might suggest you stay in one of our Garden Rooms with their easy access for a late night call of nature.
Children and Family
Children are more than welcome too, both in the restaurant and to stay. We have beds and cots which can be made up in some of our rooms, or adjoining rooms for a family. Please contact us directly to discuss what might suit you best.
Checking In and Out
You will have access to your room from 3pm on the day of your booking, however feel free to check in earlier and leave your luggage if you would like to explore the area or enjoy lunch. We ask that you vacate your room by 11am the next day, however we are happy to hold onto your luggage again if needed. We cannot guarantee an early check-in or late check-out, but let us know your plans and we will try our best to accommodate them.
Our ground floor has no steps or stairs and there is wheelchair access to all ground floor areas including The Market Room, La Hutte, The Terrace, the bar, the Danebury Room, the Walled Garden and the Garden Rooms. Lord Louis's and Saddlers Mill are our two most accessible rooms for those with less mobility.