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Wyck Hill House Hotel
Stow-on-the-Wold
Gloucestershire

GL54 1HY | View map

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Looking for hotels in the Cotswolds? Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa is the hotel in the Cotswolds and, situated near to Cheltenham, Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa can offer a wonderful base for anyone wishing to explore the fantastic scenery & architecture within, and around the beautiful hamlet of stow-on-the-wold. although there are many hotels in the Cotswolds, few can match the tranquility offered by Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa, due to the 100-acre private estate which is elevated over the windrush valley offering breathtaking views of rolling english countryside. And although the traditional part of the hotel is typical of a rural manor house in the Cotswolds of the period, circa 1722-1729 (now makes up the west wing) the hotel has been extended and metamorphosed into the warm and contemporary country house hotel it is today. Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa in Gloucestershire has a traditional shell fused with the Contemporary, minimalistic interior design within the hotel bedrooms, the spa and some of the meeting rooms. whilst the main lounge, the restaurant and rooms for weddings and private dining herald a more traditional and romantic theme due to their unspoiled and conserved nature.

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Number of Rooms: 32
Number Ensuite: 32
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Restaurant

Name: The Dining Room
Cuisine: English
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes
3 RAC Dining Ribbons

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