10 Castle Street is a Grade II listed Palladian mansion, remodelled into a luxury hotel and private member’s club.
Nestled in the picturesque village of Cranborne, East Dorset, 10 Castle Street is within easy reach of historic Salisbury and Stonehenge, the Jurassic Coast and the New Forest. This beautiful area of the Cranborne Chase was a favourite of medieval kings as a hunting ground, and also has links to Thomas Hardy’s classic novel Tess of the D’Urbervilles.
10 Castle Street features 9 luxury bedrooms, a formal restaurant as well as relaxed drawing rooms, several private event spaces, divine bar, large terrace and stunning gardens. We also have an on-site wine shop and soon there will be a spa, currently in planning stages.
Head Chef Bill Keera creates delicious food, using ingredients sourced as local to 10 Castle Street as possible. Many vegetables are grown in the hotel’s gardens, fish comes from nearby Poole and bread from a wonderful local bakery in Cranborne Village. He serves British classics, as well as some Asian dishes inspired by his Thai heritage.
Everyone is welcome at 10 Castle Street, and all visitors and guests can enjoy the hotel’s facilities including bedrooms, bar, restaurant and gardens. Members also have access to regular, special events, reciprocal memberships at clubs around the globe, discounts and more.
Tuesday 08:00 until 00:00
Wednesday 08:00 until 00:00
Thursday 08:00 until 00:00
Friday 08:00 until 00:00
Saturday 08:00 until 00:00
Sunday 08:00 until 23:00
Becoming a member of 10 Castle Street gives you access to other like-minded people.
Members will be invited to a wide range of events from private viewings to a number of exclusive parties with our selected partners.
As a member, you and your guests have the freedom to enjoy every aspect of the club; it’s grounds, extensive facilities, luxurious bedrooms, fine dining rooms and private cellar – all at preferential club rates.
The club offers its members not only preferential rates, benefits and exclusive use, but also access to an array of truly exceptional events organised by the club and its carefully selected partners.
From wine tasting, game shooting, screenings, artist talks and private parties, members can enjoy an impressive social calendar of events throughout the year.
We believe that a restaurant should offer a lot more than a place to eat. This is a belief shared by Head Chef Bill Keera, who is incredibly produce driven when it comes to sourcing food from local amenities.
Each of the nine individually designed bedrooms in the main house have en-suite bathrooms and a specific personality. If guests need a reason to visit, the unique feel and charm, along with fabulous views, provide the ideal location for a weekend away, a holiday in the heart of Dorset, wedding or shooting party.
10 Castle Street boasts 22 acres of exceptional spaces, both stylish and versatile, for your reception and wedding breakfast. We host weddings for up to 150 guests with an outside marquee at additional costs. We can plan your wedding day to your exact specification, so please feel free to give us a call on 01725 551133 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like more details.
Situated on the edge of the stunning Cranborne Chase, 10 Castle Street is perfectly located close to a large number of England's most prestigious shooting estates such as Ashcombe, Prescombe or Gussage All Saints. Our service is personalised to the highest of standards providing anything from helicopter transfers to bespoke elevenses, with our own luxury car service to take guests to and from the shoots. We aim to make your stay as effortless and as possible.
10 Castle Street brings together, not only the magnificent sculptures on display by various artists, including Hamish Mackie and Simon Gudgeon, but also art works from Mayfair’s Messum’s gallery, Helium London and Camden’s Cob Gallery. An eclectic array of pieces, carefully placed to compliment the space.
The journey of introducing a Spa and Fitness centre to 10 Castle Street has been a project that has seen a few obstacles since its beginning in July 2016. Though we have had to change the plans on many occasions to appease Historic England, East Dorset Council and the conservation team - the exciting news is that all parties agree that we require and need this facility and are all working together to achieve this by 2020.