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This beautiful, elegantly furnished period house is set in three acres of Cotswold stone walled garden. Recently renovated, it is an ideal base from which to explore the Cotswolds, Tetbury, Bath and the ancient town of Malmesbury.
The 12 bedrooms at The Rectory are all individually designed and feature hand sprung mattresses, fine Egyptian linens, deep baths and power showers, bathrobes and handmade bathroom products from Arran Aromatics from Scotland. All rooms have views over the Victorian gardens.
The wood panelled restaurant overlooks the garden with its sunken Victorian pool. In the summer months, meals can be served inside in the dining room or outside in the beautiful Victorian formal gardens. Our chef Peter Fairclough , a member of the prestigious Master Chefs of Great Britain heads an experienced team which offers food made from only the finest, freshest local ingredients - organic where possible.
We have a beautiful well established Victorian Walled garden with sets of Croquet and boules at reception for guests to use. There is also a table tennis table beside the swimming pool. Lunch and/or dinner may be taken at our pub, The Potting Shed, just across the road from the hotel.
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12
Price per Room:Double: From £95
Twin: From £115
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Open All Year
Swimming Pool - Outdoor heated
TV in Rooms
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Finish that last minute Christmas shopping or take advantage of the sales in the beautiful nearby market towns of Tetbury or Cirencester or go further afield to the city of Bath – designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Why not take advantage of our Special Offer which is running from
1st December 2010 to 31st January 2011 (inclusive) and stay with us on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis.
Sudeley and Pennsylvania £200
Cleeve and Crickley £180
Belas Knap and Randwick £170
Nympsfield, Cam Peak and Laverton £140
Family Suite £360
Family Room £250
Single occupancy stay - £30 discount on first nights stay.
Further room details can be found on our website.
Extend your stay for a second night and you will receive a discount of £30 on our normal bed and breakfast rate.
Terms & Conditions
Beginning 1st December 2010 and ending 31st January 2011,
Sunday to Thursdays only, excluding Christmas, New Year and Bank Holidays.
Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
Subject to availability.
Dinner on the first night of the stay must be taken in the hotel – it is not transferable to The Potting Shed although dinner can be taken at the Pub on the second night of the stay.
Offers posted Fri 12th Nov 2010Click here for more info
Soup of the day £4.50
Sesame crusted king prawns served with a roasted tomato relish £7.95
Salmon fishcake with wilted spinach on a lemon & baby caper dressing £6.95
Warm goats cheese brulee with roasted peppers & pesto £6.00
Confit duck spring rolls with an oriental dressing £5.95
Tomato & basil risotto glazed with goats cheese £5.50
Roasted maize-fed breast of chicken with shallot tart, deep-fried poached egg & a cepe cream sauce £14.95
Pan-fried breast of duck with glazed red cabbage; rosti potato and a port wine sauce £16.95
Whole roasted sea bass scented with lemon grass & thyme with a lemon & baby caper sauce £16.95
Grilled Gloucestershire old spot sausages with bubble ‘n’ squeak £13.95
Braised shank of lamb with rosemary mashed potato, roasted root vegetables and a rosemary infused jus £14.95
Grilled fillet of cod with a soft herb crumb, smoked haddock brandade & saffron sauce £14.95
Risotto of wild mushrooms with a truffle & Mustard dressing (v) £13.50
Chunky Chips £2.75 Extra basket of bread £2.50
Should you have any food allergies, please discuss your requirements with a member of staff
All red meats are cooked medium-rare, however should any of our guests prefer their meat
served differently we will be delighted to accommodate
Please note that ingredients are sourced on a daily basis and as much as we try to anticipate our guest’s choices, on certain occasions, we may not be able to serve the dish of your first choice
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