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This Georgian Rectory dates back to 1780 and sits in two acres of gardens, with the church tower peeping up above magnificent trees. Set in the pretty Wiltshire village of Crudwell, the hotel underwent a huge 6-month renovation in early 2017, transforming it into an elegant and peaceful rural retreat. Step inside and it’s all deep velvet sofas, modern art, vintage maps and cosy window seats. With two comfortable sitting rooms with roaring log fires, Bridge in the new glass house, friendly ambience and great food, we are sure you will love it as much as we do. We have had many wonderful bridge breaks at the Rectory and it is now a firm favourite. Click here to see the hotel website.
'Thank you all very much for such a splendid weekend. I really was impressed with the way you organised it so that everyone had a wonderful time. The Rectory is a total winner: friendly and relaxed and great food' Minty Clinch, Freelance Travel Journalist
‘Ten best UK hotels for a winter escape’ The Times, February 2018
The hotel has 18 simply but beautifully furnished bedrooms – 15 in the main house and 3 in a separate cottage; all with king or super-king beds with goose down bedding, crisp cotton sheets and fluffy towels. Bedrooms on the first floor are slightly grander than the top floor but all have been thoughtfully designed and carefully decorated. There are tiles from Bert & May, furniture from Pinch, Benchmark, Another Country and Julian Chichester and lighting from Jamb. On the landings guests can creep down the corridor and help themselves to honesty bar treats. They all have en-suite bathrooms and all come with locally made, Bramley products.
For prices and more information, please click here to download the brochure
|Prices per person||♦||♥||♠|
|Full price, double occupancy||£520||£550||£580|
|Twin occ with 10% loyalty discount||£468
|Full price, single occupancy||£630||£660||£690|
|Single occupancy with 10% discount||£567||£594||£621|
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Tom Conway, who was Head Chef at the Rectory’s sister property, the Pot- ting Shed, has moved over to the Rectory to produce food that is traditional yet modern, as well as unpretentiously presented with emphasis on fresh, seasonal produce. The breakfasts are an absolute treat as well, with a huge choice from the buffet and a range of delicious hot breakfasts.