Let’s Peep into the Lucknam Park, Wiltshire

Adorned with an Epicurean country stack style in United Kingdom, the Lucknam Park is the boutique hotel that offers all possible features that a hotel should have to attract maximum guests – spa honored with an award, restaurant with mouth watering dishes, a big parkland of 500 acres, and also an equestrian area as the abode of 35 grandiose horses. Some more embellishments in this hotel’s crown include the tranquil, but gorgeous gardens; clay tennis grounds; football zone; croquet lawn; and home cinema. In addition, a final touch to this crown is given by the setting of woodland and herbs plantations flanking all around.

Lucknam Park, Wiltshire

Lucknam Park, Wiltshire


Speaking about its rooms, there are 42 rooms of which 13 are suites. The rate ranges from £295 to £995 that includes tax. For breakfast, the price starts from £20.

Among the amenities, you can expect spa, library, gardens, gym, DVDs/CDs, equestrian centre, bicycles, lighted tennis courts, free WiFi, trails, and football pitch. In addition, in rooms, you can expect bottled water, TV, DVD/CD player, and the products of Anne Sémonin. Talking about the poolside, there are options to select from – an indoor warm pool, an outdoor saltwater dive pool, and an indoor as well as outdoor hydrotherapy pool. Further, the spa here has already been admired with an award, which is adorned with nine lavish rooms for treatment, sauna, thermal cabins, steam rooms, and a suite dedicated to fitness facilities. The check-out time is 12 pm, but it can be changed depending on the availability. Normally, the check-in time is in afternoon at 2 pm.

The hotel is also eco-friendly in the sense that it serves organic food and the garbage is recycled. It also provides a concierge and valet parking services. The Lucknam Park manages well to provide all types of entertainment to children via games, table tennis, football, riding sessions, croquet, and more.


Of all the suites, see if you can go for the Coral Suite (the Grand Master) that is just majestic both by name and look. It is a favorite of many tourists due to the striped wallpaper in yellow, sumptuous chandelier, a bed with a folded canopy and hanging cushions, and postcard vistas of the grounds. For a wallet-friendly suite, choose the Juliet Suite also known as a Grand Suite wherein the four-poster bed wraps itself in silk of cream and blue. Further, the windows here are adorned with the matching blue curtains of chinoiserie silk.


Mr. Hywel Jones, the chef, is responsible for the park’s Michelin star by dedicating his six years in offering the chic culinary formations like pancetta, passionfruit with lemongrass, mango shot, and palm sugar sorbet. Besides the cuisine, just lift your eyes upwards from the table to adore the soaring ceiling embellished in sky fresco and lavish crystal chandeliers. This is because this dining room was formerly a ballroom. And yes, the Brasserie exists sharing the edifice as the spa where relaxation is inevitable with cozy armchairs, tables with the garden views, and an open kitchen holding a stove lit due to wood burning.

You can wear jackets, chic frocks, and jewels to be in accordance with the style and elegance of the dining room. Just get rid of denim here and put it down below in your suitcase. Thinking about the top table? Well, catch a table by the windows for some admiring views of the lush grounds.

The Lucknam Park serves the guests from Tuesday to Saturday. The breakfast timings are 7.30 am to 10.30 am, while the dinner timings are 6.30 pm to 10 pm. Just taste the flavor of the Brasserie between 7.30 am and 10.30 pm.

The room service is available throughout the day and also offers the menu of the restaurant.