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Hotels in Burford

Bay Tree
Sheep Street
Burford
Oxfordshire

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Dating from 1584, the Bay Tree - a member of Classic British Hotels, was the home of Sir Lawrence Tanfield, a politician during the reign of Elizabeth I. Situated in picturesque Burford 'The Gateway to the Cotswolds', The Bay Tree has a heritage and charm that is the essence of 'Old England'.

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Nearest Train Station: Charlbury
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Ratings/Awards: Enjoy England Award for Excellence 2011 – ‘Small Hotel of the Year’ Gold Award
3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 21
Number Ensuite: 21
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Name: Bay Tree Restaurant
Chef: Brian Andrews
Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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Sublime Sunday Saver
Enjoy a lazy day with us in the Cotswolds.
Arrive at your leisure to enjoy a complementary glass of wine before partaking of a splendid three-course Sunday lunch in the Bay Tree Restaurant (please advise your preferred time on booking).
Relax in the lounges or garden with a choice of Sunday newspaper (one per room), please state your preference on booking, laze with a book or magazine, or take a stroll around the picturesque Cotswold villages.
>From £104.00 per room based on two people sharing a standard double/twin room on the Sunday evening.
Expires March 31st 2011

Offers posted Mon 17th Jan 2011

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