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Stayed at hotel for a one night Jolly with my friend. Had a twin room nice and clean, warm, beds lovely and comfy.Had a lovely meal in the hotel restaurant and a great breakfast this morning. Need to give a massive shout out to Terry...More
We stayed for 3 nights at the end of our Christmas holiday. It was low season, so the hotel was relatively empty. We were upgraded to a junior suite in the main building, which was small, but suitable. Staying in the main house was a...More
Hotel and rooms are lovely, thats were it ends, we visited for 3 nights with sercet escapes , november 2018.
Hotel is not up to standard , caters for large corporte companys, dinning room large v noisy, bar more like a a wetherspoons, dinner okay,...More
The setting and main building are lovely, but all in all I have to say I was a disappointed with my stay.
I paid about £250 (for one night) for a junior suite for my boyfriend's birthday, I was told this would ensure we were...More
It started well a large bedroom with a quaint staircase to the bathroom located in the bell tower . The 2 dead flies lying on the light coloured vinyl flooring may not have appreciated it ,but they did stay for the same 2 nights as...More
With a history dating back to the 11th century, when Torteword Manor was recorded in the Domesday book, the estate at Tortworth has been the ancestral seat of the Ducie family for 350 years and counting. Today, on the …Morenorth-west edge of the estate, the Grade II* listed De Vere Tortworth Court hotel brings together a wealth of original features along with 21st-century style. Having recently undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment, business, weddings and training events here are anything but usual. Found at the southern fringes of the Cotswolds, rural England's foodie capital, local, fresh produce is sourced from good suppliers and served daily at both restaurants, one housed in a 60-foot high atrium. Heading upstairs, the recent refurbishment has created elegant guest bedrooms and suites to reflect modern British heritage. 30 acres of estate grounds with access to an extensive arboretum housing more than 300 plant and tree specimens make a great walk out. Less
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