Cosy and intimate at 14sq m, these rooms are decorated in classic, neutral colours and have pretty garden views. Each room has a canopied double bed and an ensuite bathroom with a shower. All rooms have WiFi, a TV, DVD player, tea- and Nespresso coffee-making kit, True Grace bath products and free bottled water; you’ll also get biscuits, a nightcap and a hot water bottle during colder months.
At 16sqm, these rooms are slightly larger than their Cosy counterparts and decorated in traditional, English country house-style with soft colours and wooden furniture. Each room has a double bed; the ensuite bathroom has a bath tub with an overhead shower. All rooms have WiFi, a TV, DVD player, tea- and Nespresso coffee-making kit, True Grace bath products and free bottled water; you’ll also get biscuits, a nightcap and a hot water bottle during colder months.
The same size as the Elegant Doubles, these garden-view rooms (16sq m) are styled in soft, neutral hues; each has a super king-size bed that can be converted into twins on request. The ensuite bathroom has a walk-in, rainfall shower. All rooms have WiFi, a TV, DVD player, tea- and Nespresso coffee-making kit, True Grace bath products and free bottled water; you’ll also get biscuits, a nightcap and a hot water bottle during colder months.
Divine Garden Room
These rooms have delightful individual names (like Nettle, Dandelion and Forget Me Not) and unique design, with a palette that reflects the plant they're named for. Features vary from room to room, but each has a king-size bed, a soft seating area, a free-standing bath and a private enclosed garden with seating and a fire pit, perfect for cosy evenings alfresco. There's also free WiFi, a flatscreen TV, tea and coffee kit, free Belu bottled water and True Grace bath products.
These 25sq m individually designed rooms are some of the hotel's most luxurious. Each room has unique furnishings and its own name (like Angelica, Rivermint and Pinewood); some have beamed ceilings or in-room bath tubs. All have a double bed and an ensuite bathroom with a shower. There’s also free WiFi, a TV, tea-making kit, a Nespresso coffee machine, True Grace bath products and free bottled water; you’ll also a nightcap and a hot water bottle during colder months. Your room may look different to the room pictured – that’s the beauty of a period property.
This 60sq m garden suite is on the ground floor and has countryside views. Inside there’s a super king-size bed, a cosy seating area and an open fireplace; French doors provide direct access to a private garden. There’s a freestanding roll-top bath tub and a walk-in shower in the ensuite bathroom, and the room also has free WiFi, tea- and coffee-making facilities, bathrobes, nightcap kit and biscuits.
This 54sq m suite looks out across the formal Ox Barn garden. The bedroom is on the first floor and has a super king-size bed, a cosy sofa, a large walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite bathroom with a free-standing French bateau bath tub and a walk-in shower. There’s also free WiFi, tea- and coffee-making facilities, bathrobes, nightcap kit and biscuits.
This self-contained cottage is set in seclusion on the edge of the estate, about a two-minute walk from the main hotel. This rustic, weathered-stone residence has a private garden with a furnished patio for alfresco dining, and an original well. The conservatory is set for dining in chillier weather too. Interiors are classic and cosy: the beamed living room is dressed in Persian rugs and tufted couches, with a window nook and a wood-burning stove. There’s a full kitchen; the cottage is fully self-catered, but the hotel can deliver breakfast baskets. The two bedrooms, in restful pastel hues, each have a double bed (one can be converted to twins, on request); two extra beds (for children aged 12 and under) can be added to one of the bedroom’s sizeable landings too. The cottage has two bathrooms, and this is the only accommodation option for families staying with children or dogs; over–12s are welcome in the Baa (bar) and for breakfast at Thyme, but under–12s will need to breakfast in the cottage.
This honey-hued stone cottage, set by the Dairy and Ox Houses, sleeps up to eight in four bedrooms (two can be converted into twins on request). There’s a large living room and dining room, which seat up to 12 guests – with a wood-burning stove and under-floor heating for chillier months – and a private courtyard set for alfresco meals. Leading on from the living room is a full kitchen, and the cottage’s wine rack can be filled with your choice of bottles before you arrive, on request. There are three bathrooms too and cottages have a TV and DVD player, Nespresso coffee machine, kettle and a selection of teas, True Grace bath products.
A picture of peaceful rusticity, this 17th-century farmhouse has eight double bedrooms to sleep up to 16. The walled garden surrounding it was designed by RHS Chelsea Flower Show star Bunny Guinness and includes a fire pit, boules court and hammocks. Interiors are classically charming with tactile velvets, antique furnishings (chandeliers, armoires and such, all sourced in Tetbury), wood beams and restful colour schemes. Each bedroom has an ensuite bathroom (some have a freestanding bath tub by the bed), and there’s a drawing room with an open fireplace, a snug for movie nights, state-of-the-art kitchen and double-height dining room. Plus all rooms have a TV and DVD player, free bottled water, Nespresso coffee machine, kettle and a selection of teas, and True Grace bath products.