Standing in a clearing, surrounded by dense clusters of silver birch and oak you spot the enchanting Château Bel Air. You tread the path through its formal garden entrance and, soon, you realise this is no ordinary hotel. Its solitary standing belies the wealth of everything beyond. 

The striking early 20th century building is home to 8 suites, a restaurant housed in a two-storey glass orangery to the rear, a screening room, a cigar, whisky and wine bar. 72 further exquisite suites are nestled in the surrounding 100-acre arboretum. Then, just a short stroll under the canopy of trees, the spa.