Need to know
63, including eight suites.
Noon. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $163.93 (£125), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
A full breakfast and a Continental buffet is included in the room rate, with cereals, meats, cheeses and cooked-to-order egg dishes.
Feeling competitive? There’s a games room with a pool table and board games. From Monday to Thursday, guests can book spa days at sister property Dormy House (at an extra cost).
At the hotel
Four-hundred-acre grounds, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, work desk, alarm clock, kettle and teas, free bottled water and Temple Spa bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Whether you go for the room with a wood-burning stove or a private patio, you’ll find that the secluded and sprawling Big Suites are aptly named. Hang the 'Gone fishing' sign on the door and settle in.
No need to lug your wellies – the hotel has a whole kick-line of boots available for guests (both big and small) to borrow.
There are two rooms adapted for visitors with mobility issues. The reception area, restaurant and bar are all wheelchair accessible.
Eight Medium rooms, one Veranda Room, one Small Suites, one Big Suite and one Treehouse welcome pups for £30 a dog a night; check on availability with the hotel before booking. Your pooch will be pampered with a bed, bowls, treats and a dog towel. See more pet-friendly hotels in Cotswolds.
Welcome. Cots (for children two and under) are free; those aged three and over can stay for £20 a night in either existing or extra beds in Small and Big Suites and Treehouses. Babysitting is available, starting at £15 an hour.