With its sweeping driveway, pretty tiled hallway and an impressive & beautiful 315 acres of grounds, Oakley Hall Hotel truly is a hidden treasure in the rolling countryside of North Hampshire.
The building dates back to 1795 and was formerly owned by the Bramston Family who were close friends of Jane Austen. It is mentioned fondly in Austen’s letters to her sister Cassandra at the turn of the 19th century.
Oakley Hall Hotel has undergone an extensive refurbishment in 2014 and now offers 47 elegant bedrooms in both the main house and converted 19th century stable block along with a three bedroom gingerbread style cottage. All bedrooms have been individually designed and furnished to a very high standard complete with every modern convenience and home comfort.
The stunning 2 AA Rosette Glasshouse Restaurant offers a mouth-watering menu, based on fresh local produce including Oakley Hall Hotel’s very own kitchen garden.
The modern 1795 Bar & Lounge is where you can enjoy a relaxing drink in a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere.
Oakley Hall Hotel really does offer you the perfect country retreat set in beautiful surroundings.
Clay Pigeon Shooting
Experienced or beginner, all are welcome to try their hand at Clay Shooting. The experience is perfect for those looking for something different to do with family and friends and all levels of abilities are welcome. Providing a variety of challenges there is something for everyone. As an extra special touch and after working up an appetite, lunch, dinner or an overnight package including a shoot are also available. For more information and prices please see Oakley Hall Hotel's website.
Map & Directions
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M4 Junction 13 - Exit Motorway at Junction 13 and follow signs to A34 South – Newbury/Winchester. Continue along the A34 past Newbury signs and keep heading south towards Winchester. Exit slip road sign posted Whitchurch. Continue along road until just before the town centre. Turn left onto the B3400 signposted Basingstoke. Continue along B3400 through Freefolk and Overton. After about 4 miles pass the Deane Gate Public House on the right, continue up hill and Oakley Hall is signposted on the right hand side.
M3 Junction 6 - Exit Motorway and at roundabout, follow sign to Basingstoke and then on to the A339 towards Newbury. Continue on the A339 and straight over first roundabout towards Newbury. At second roundabout turn left onto Roman Road. At end of Roman Road at mini roundabout turn right and follow sign to Oakley on B3400. Continue along B3400 past Newfound, Oakley and under Railway Bridge. Continue past Beach Arms on the right. Oakley Hall main entrance is then located about a mile down the road on the left.
M4 Junction 11 - Follow sign to Basingstoke along the A33. Continue following signs into Basingstoke until you see the ring road signposted A339 towards Newbury. Continue on A339 and straight over first roundabout towards Newbury. At second roundabout turn left onto Roman Road. At end of Roman Road at mini roundabout turn right and follow sign to Oakley on B3400. Continue along B3400 past Newfound, Oakley and under Railway Bridge. Continue past Beach Arms on the right. Oakley Hall main entrance is then located about a mile down the road on the left.
M3 Junction 7 - Exit Motorway and at roundabout, take signpost towards Basingstoke. After 500 yards before traffic lights turn left onto A30 towards Oakley. Almost immediately turn right onto a country road signposted Oakley. Follow a 3 mile country lane until you reach a T-junction, then turn left onto Rectory Road. Follow road to the bottom and then turn left onto B3400 (Andover Road). Oakley Hall main entrance is signposted first left. If you are arriving by coach, please use Junction 6 of the M3 or contact Oakley Hall for an alternative route.
Public Transport Directions
By Train: Nearest Mainline Station is Basingstoke which is a 50 minute journey to London Waterloo. Oakley Hall is 10 minutes by taxi from Basingstoke Train Station.