Hambleton Hall

Built as a hunting bolthole by Walter Marsh in 1881 and now one of Britain’s finest country hotels, Hambleton Hall is perfectly situated overlooking the largest man-made lake in Western Europe, Rutland Water. The hotel boasts 15 double bedrooms, all lavishly furnished with rich fabrics, elegant furniture and beautiful decor ensuring the highest standard of comfort. The proud owners of a Michelin star this is the perfect bolthole for food and wine lovers where you can expect to enjoy delicious gourmet food at Hambleton Hall’s impressive restaurant while you enjoy the tranquil surroundings.


Hambleton Hall is set in the still Rutland countryside in what was once the prime location for fox-hunting. A short drive from the town of Oakham, the hotel is approximately 90 miles north of London.

Why we like it

The hotel sits on a peninsula in a man-made lake, making for spectacular waterfront views and the perfect place to enjoy Hambleton Hall’s Michelin star cuisine while you watch the sun set over the lake.

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