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Dormy House Hotel
Willersley Hill

WR12 7LF
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Dormy House aims to be a home-away-from-home and with its cosy rooms, mouth-watering cuisine, postcard pretty landscape and above all, unstuffy service and ambience, guests will wish this was their own abode.

The converted farmhouse dates back to the 17th century and the light stone walls, discreet alcoves and log fires create an inviting atmosphere which is enhanced by the warm but unobtrusive welcome from the friendly staff.

The 43 individually appointed bedrooms – inclusive of ten deluxe suites – are unique in every way. Locally-sourced produce is served in The Dining Room or al fresco on the new terrace, and the bistro menu in the Barn Owl Brasserie is always popular.

Activities abound and include relaxing in the new Moroccan sauna and steam room, exercising in the purpose-built gym, swinging a golf club or mallet on the 9-hole putting green or croquet lawn or walking the circular routes. Cheltenham, Worcester and Stratford-Upon-Avon are nearby and the beautiful Cotswolds countryside is on the doorstep; Broadway and Chipping Campden are popular daytrip options.

The hotel has extensive conference facilities and is the ideal venue for weddings.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star 85%
RAC 4 Star
HCR Merit Awards
Number of Rooms: 43
Number Ensuite: 43

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Beakfast & Dinner
Double: £175
Twin: £175
Suite: From £200
Four Poster: From £175
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Name: The Dining Room
Cuisine: Light Classical Style of British and French cuisine, with Oriental influences
Chef: Paul Napper
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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