Dormy House is a delightful 17th century Cotswold farmhouse that epitomises “contemporary farmhouse chic”. Converted into a stylish hotel and spa, this family run idyllic haven provides the perfect bolthole for a taste of country life. The hotel comprises of 38 en-suite rooms which have been individually designed with a keen eye for detail, to combine both a country and contemporary style. Elegant yet understated, they will knock your socks off!
One of the main aspects of Dormy House is its wonderful House Spa. This Scandinavian come cosy Cotswold spa, is equipped with a seriously stylish infinity pool, a nail parlour, over 50 treatments to choose from their spa menu, and a training studio for those who are feeling slightly more energetic. There is also a dreamy hot tub for those who just want to soak in bubbles.
In the Garden Room restaurant, you can expect informal fine dining, and a sumptuous seasonal menu which transforms country classics. The relaxed and cost atmosphere will add to your enjoyment, and the attentive staff will ensure all your needs are catered for. The Potting Shed offers a much more relaxed vibe and champions the best of British cooking. This is the perfect place to unwind at the end of the day or to enjoy a lazy brunch.
The hotel is part of the stunningly beautiful Farncombe Estate, a 400-acre stretch of English countryside, which is also home to the sister hotel, Foxhill Manor and The Fish.
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