The Manor House Hotel is a 14th-century building set in 365 acres of secluded parkland, with an 18-hole golf course, luxurious bedrooms and award-winning food. Parking is free. (124703)
Minimum room rate: £190 GBP
Earliest check in time: 15:00
Latest checkout time: 11:00
Take exit 17 of the M4 and follow chequered flag signs to Castle Combe Racing Circuit. After the Upper Castle Combe sign, proceed a further 500 metres and follow the signs to Castle Combe Village. The entrance to hotel is situated on the right immediately over the bridge. The entrance gate is automatic.
Its decadent, it's cosseting, it doesn't get much grander than The Manor House Hotel at Castle Combe, a country house with a difference. Smothered in 365 acres of parkland, a Peter Alliss designed golf course, Italian gardens and lawns sweeping down to the river Bybrook make the Manor a haven of peace and calm. Steeped in dramatic history and totally hospitable, the charming 14th century Manor House Hotel and Mews Cottages combine 21st century comforts, fine food, a battalion of friendly staff and unique touches that turn a simple break into a serious treat. A stylish maze of quirky hidey holes and spacious rooms some with impressive open fires, are fabulous to enjoy afternoon tea, light snacks or simply some peace and quiet. Pretty terraces and 365 acres of stunning gardens and woodland, add to the choice of intimate space to create your own occasion, you can really Lord it at this Manor. We have some stunning rooms and extravagant bathrooms that will certainly impress! What are you waiting for? We are ready to welcome you with open arms so pack your overnight bag and jump in the car. The Bybrook RestaurantThe Michelin Starred Bybrook Restaurant, led by Richard Davies and his brigade of chefs, carefully combines the finest local ingredients with produce from our very own kitchen garden to create a culinary masterpiece. This year has already seen the Bybrook receive the accolade of Wiltshire restaurant of the year , retain its Michelin star for the third year running, reach the final of the AA Wine Award for the second year running and achieve the Top City and Country Hotel Tea Award of Excellence by the Tea Guild for afternoon tea. Named after the river crossing the estate, Bybrook is an elegant restaurant affording some of the finest views across stunning gardens and woodland. Befitting the gorgeous Manor, the restaurant maintains plenty of grand original features including occasional stained glass windows and carved stone work. A superb and varied al-a-carte menu and guest gourmet suppers make it the perfect venue for lunch or dinner