Suitcase Magazine says: The countryside has an inexplicable capacity to tire you out through little more than a leisurely stroll. Perhaps it’s the fresh air, those afternoon slices of coffee cake, or ever-beckoning sofas. Whatever it is, Heckfield Place is more than culpable of seducing you into a leisurely stupor from the moment you roll into the drive. read more
The Telegraph says: Billionaire Gerald Chan’s luxury country house, only an hour from London and surrounded by 400 acres of grounds, is something rather magical. Rooms are homely yet stylish, Skye Gyngell is on-hand as culinary director and guests can swim in the lake, indulge in the spa or sit back in the glamorous film screening room. read more
The Evening Standard says: Heckfield Place — which opened earlier this summer and sits at the heart of a sprawling 400-acre estate — has already been a hit with the style set. With Skye Gyngell as culinary director and impeccable interiors from Ilse Crawford protégé Ben Thompson, this is hardly surprising. read more
Olive Magazine says: Under interior designer Ben Thompson’s influence, the hotel’s 46 bedrooms are decorated in a palate of soft earthy colours, with exposed plaster and distressed walnut floors interjected with chandeliers, worn Persian carpets and rush mats. Diminutive but cosy rooms along the corridor area are the most affordable but the main house is where it’s at for unadulterated elegance, with six signature rooms. read more
Vogue says: Located in the glorious rolling hills of Hampshire within 438 acres of idyllic parkland and just an hour drive from London, the Grade II-listed Heckfield Place has all of the charm of a Jane Austen novel and the modern comforts of a chic countryside retreat. read more




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