The hotel is built around an 18th century country house. It was privately owned until after WWII when it became a hotel. The current owners have had it about three years. There is a newer annex attached to the main house and two clusters of outbuildings that also house guests, a coach house and the orangerie, where we stayed. Our room was large, clean and modern. We booked it through trip advisor as a standard room. The orangerie also has rooms with patios, undoubtedly more expensive. The advantage of the orangerie is that the rooms are on the gound floor and parking is very close. The disadvantage is that it is several hundred feet to the main building and restaurant, inconvenient if the weather is wet.
The main building has a bar, an attractive library/parlor and the restaurant, nicely situated in a new conservatory. This offers views of the grounds, with lots of rabbits in the evening. The kitchen is good. One night we shared a smoked duck breast with chutney, and had sea trout and sea bream, both with flavorful accompaniments. Another night we had beef and poussin, also with good additions. At breakfast, they had one of the best black puddings we encountered. The staff was friendly and professional and it was a good stay.
The hotel is several miles outside of Stow on the Wold and a nice location from which to visit the Cotswolds. We would not hesitate to stay again. We did not use or even look at the Spa facilities
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- Wyck Hill House Hotel And Spa
- Wyck Hill House Hotel Stow-On-The-Wold
- Wyck Hill Hotel
- Hotel Wyck Hill
- Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa Stow-On-The-Wold, Cotswolds