Staying at Harnham Hall

Each first floor bedroom retains original features, both have been lovingly decorated and furnished to ensure a great nights sleep.

There are modern shower rooms, complimentary toiletries, soft fluffy towels, free wifi, tea and coffee, smart televisions and much more to make your stay luxuriantly comfortable.

We have a great choice for breakfast too, choose from a locally sourced full English, vegetarian options, continental choices as well as something healthy to start your day.

The Blue Room

A Calming blue adorns the walls in this well appointed room, it emphasises the peace that prevails at Harnham Hall. The original 17th century fireplace remains an outstanding feature in the room.

Delight in the tranquil view as you lie on the comfortable king size bed and its soft Egyptian cotton bedding.

Sweet Pea Room

 Well-appointed and luxuriously decorated, the Sweet Pea room boasts its original late 16th century fireplace and has far reaching views to the south, over rolling countryside. 

This charming and spacious room has a generous super king-size bed which can also be arranged as a very comfortable twin room.

Sweet Pea Room

 Well-appointed and luxuriously decorated, the Sweet Pea room boasts its original late 16th century fireplace and has far reaching views to the south, over rolling countryside. 

This charming and spacious room has a generous super king-size bed which can also be arranged as a very comfortable twin room.

The Snug

Guest have exclusive use of the Snug, relax in front of the log fire and enjoy the tranquility that Harnham Hall has to offer.

On show in the glass fronted book case is the original window pane from the tower, which was etched by Katherine Babington with her diamond ring during her imprisonment in the tower from 1668 to 1670.

The Dragon Room

Breakfast is served in the Dragon Room and in the evening you can sit under the crest of the Babington family and relax in front of the fire. Our full English breakfast is locally sourced and will give you a great start to the day.

The crest of the dragon dates back to the Babington Family who lived in the house from 1660 to 1677. Its glass eye is the result of a previous owner from many years ago firing a shot through it.

The Dragon Room

Breakfast is served in the Dragon Room and in the evening you can sit under the crest of the Babington family and relax in front of the fire. Our full English breakfast is locally sourced and will give you a great start to the day.

The crest of the dragon dates back to the Babington Family who lived in the house from 1660 to 1677. Its glass eye is the result of a previous owner from many years ago firing a shot through it.