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Calcot & Spa, Tetbury, Cotswolds
Calcot & Spa is a dreamy collection of former barns, cottages and a manor house set in rolling, 220-acre grounds. There's a generous sense of space and terrific range of facilities here, from an excellent spa to tennis courts, croquet and cycling. There really is something for everyone, whether romantics, extended families, first-time parents, groups of friends or wedding parties. Room rates are high even for the Cotswolds, but then this is a treat of a hotel, with many repeat guests saving up to return again - and again.
The sweeping views at the back of this Cotswold retreat are a highlight - it's a world unto itself.
The hotel is surrounded by classic Cotswold villages and a short drive from the popular town of Tetbury.
By car: Calcot & Spa is around 2 hours 30 minutes from London, 1 hour 20 minutes from Oxford and 1 hour 40 minutes from Birmingham. There is parking at the hotel.
By train: London Paddington to Kemble takes 1 hour 12 minutes. Kemble station is a 20-minute taxi ride from Calcot & Spa. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
This is a rambling place with lots of space and secluded areas - so there's plenty of room for everyone. We love the sunny terraces in summer - and in winter the cosy fireside spaces with relaxingly stylish décor.
Service & Facilities
Borrow wellies from the hotel and try the walk through nearby Ozleworth valley.
- Tennis courts
- Heated indoor pool
- Indoor and outdoor gym
- Fitness classes
- Hot tub
- Spa treatments
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
- Tennis courts
- Bike hire
Pleasing touches include fresh milk in the fridge and homemade cookies. We love that some of the Generous Family Pads have their own private gardens.
Cosy Rooms, Comfy Rooms, Generous Rooms, Family Rooms, Family Pads, Generous Family Pads, and The Tetbury
Facilities include: Queen bed, free Wi-Fi, Nespresso coffee machine, ensuite bathroom, Aromatherapy Associates toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, DAB radio, books and magazines, TV with Sky Entertainment, safe, hairdryer, fresh fruit, homemade shortbread, pantry, mini fridge
Food & Drink
Breakfast is an exciting spread with lovely views. Our favourite dish is salt-baked celeriac and duck egg, one of the starters at The Conservatory.
The Conservatory: contemporary fine dining, seasonal menu.
The Gumstool: informal atmosphere, British pub classics.
Currently the hotel has joined both restaurants to make social distancing easier, and is serving a combined menu. Open for lunch and dinner, 12-2pm and 6.30-9pm. Mains from £16.