The Manor House Hotel Castle Combe: The Cotswolds Fine Dining and Golf Hotel
The Manor House Hotel Castle Combe is one of the finest hotels in the Cotswolds and combines luxury country house style accommodation with golf, fine dinning and extensive grounds and gardens. As such, the Manor House might be seen as the Cotswolds very own total country retreat for those looking to get away from it all for a day or two.
Rooms at the hotel are available both in the main house itself, as well as in the attached “Mews Cottages” providing a more traditional way of experiencing the Cotswolds surroundings.
Rooms are nothing is not traditional and sympathetically decorated to reflect the style of the local area.
Rooms are a showcase of oak beams, exposed Cotswold buff stone walls and some rooms contain traditional hardwood four poster beds. A range of rooms are available, each one individually designed from the standard “traditional” guest rooms right the way up to the three luxurious master suites available.
When it comes to dining, book at table at Richard Davis’s one Michelin Star restaurant, the Bybrook restaurant where you will be able to sample a range of menus created from local seasonal produce, including vegetables and herbs grown in the hotels very own kitchen garden.
Need to relax, then why not book a round of golf or take a walk around the hotels extensive grounds? The hotel hosts its own gold course designed by Peter Alliss and is now considered to be one of the finest in the Southwest.
If sports seem too energetic then there’s always a walk around the well kept grounds of the hotel, the hotel is set in a staggering 365 acres of woodland and parks, which includes many items of interest such conservation areas with over 100 varieties of native wild flowers and grasses.
So if looking for a total country retreat in the Cotswolds, the Manor House Hotel is defiantly at strong contender for further investigation.
The Manor House Hotel