De Vere Tortworth Court

Cotswolds, Gloucestershire

Superior room

Junior suite

Junior suite

Superior room

Enjoy a Tudor-style Cotswolds stay at a Grade II-listed mansion with a pool and beautiful grounds – includes breakfast and a suite option

Accommodation

As imposing as its name suggests, De Vere Tortworth Court is a Grade II listed Victorian mansion towering over 30 acres of manicured parkland and its own flourishing arboretum.

Although occupying the same site for centuries, the building was designed by renowned Gothic Revival architect, Samuel Sanders Teulon in 1849. Compared to the exterior Tudor fanfare of slim turrets, chimneys and robust bay windows, the bedrooms have a comfortable and grounded present-day style.

Measuring just over 19 square metres, the Superior rooms are luxuriously appointed and replete with British charm. The more spacious Junior suites combine modern technology with luxurious, sophisticated style. All suites come with robes and slippers, as well as king-size beds and luxury bathroom amenities.

Amenities:

- Desk
- En-suite bathroom
- Wi-Fi access
- Bathrobes and slippers

Dining


Picture a studious Victorian atmosphere of days gone by while breakfasting and dining among elaborate dark oak panelling and arches in the restored library, 1853 Restaurant & Bar. You can choose from an ample menu of classic English dishes, savour an extensive wine list, and return for a traditional afternoon tea. The Atrium Bistro Bar’s high brick walls crowned with a glass roof makes for a bright, airy and rather majestic place to settle for an evening drink.

Spa

Leaf Spa provides ample pampering. You can make use of the heated indoor pool, sauna and steam room and bubble away in the spa bath. Both men and women have a long list of grooming treatments to pick from. Book your chosen treatments well in advance to avoid disappointment.

Location

De Vere Tortworth Court rises up between South Gloucestershire market towns and villages, with names straight out of Agatha Christie murder mysteries, like Wotton-under-Edge and Chipping Sodbury. It sits on the western edge of the Cotswolds, meaning you can dive into the idyllic rolling greenery of the Severn Valley and its surrounds as you fancy.

Tuck into a typical Cotswolds cream tea in the picture-postcard towns of Burton or Stow-on-the-Wold. If you need to up the pace, Bristol is positively booming in comparison, offering plenty of shopping, bar-hopping, music concerts and festivals to keep you inspired.

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