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Welcome to Hook House Hotel

Hook House is a charming Grade II listed Georgian House set in the village of Hook, Hampshire. A privately run, family Hotel, Hook House has an established reputation for service and comfort and provides the perfect setting for Weddings, Conferences and Private functions.

The Hotel blends stylish modern décor with original features to offer guests a unique and peaceful sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether you are on holiday or staying for business, join us for a drink in a comfy wingback chair by a roaring fire overlooking our beautiful gardens and enjoy our personal service.

Welcome to Hook House Leisure Limited

Welcome to Hook House Hotel… A grade II Georgian listed building set on the A30 just east of Hook. A private Hotel, with an established reputation for service and comfort.The Hotel has ideal facilities to suit the business traveller and provides a perfect setting for Conferences, Weddings and Private functions.
All Rooms are en-suite, with modern flat screen LCD colour television, wifi, tea/coffee, complimentary mineral water, hair dryer and clock radio. Trouser press and ironing boards are also standard.
We also have one 4-Poster bedroom which has a sweeping view over the landscaped lawns and an exquisite, antique bed.
Please note all our rooms are non-smoking.

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Our History

In 1684 a local farmer by the name of Eustace Hooke built Hook House as a home for his new bride. After his death in 1699, his brother William sold the house to a Mr James Fields of Odiham. Within a few short years the house was being rented by Mr Joseph Russell & Lady Jane Russell, setting the pattern for centuries to come whereby many different owners occupied the house for short periods of time.

Around 1811/12 the Horne family moved to Hook House and ‘bought the place cheap’, as it was supposedly haunted. The family lived there for many years but after the death of John Horne in 1834 the house became too large for the family and they left in 1837.

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