Four Seasons Hampshire Hotel was designed by Mackenzie Wheeler Architects.
The scheme comprises two new wings to create a central garden courtyard, providing new guestroom, dining and back of house accommodation.
The existing buildings now provide reception, library, bars and guest suite accommodation with a new gatehouse entrance and scenic driveway. The old stable block has been extended to create a new spa, linked to the existing buildings via an all-glass structure to meet with operator and heritage requirements. Within the broader landscape an equestrian centre, fishing and boating lake has been created as part of a restoration programme.
Formerly the headquarters of the Systems Union Group, the project comprises the conversion of Dogmersfiled park, a grade 1 listed country estate extending to 250 acres. Mackenzie Wheeler was appointed by the developer to design a five star 135 key Hotel and Country Club.