A memorable overnight break, award-winning dining, championship golf, experienced meetings and events planning and individually designed weddings and family celebrations. Surrounded by 365 acres of spectacular Cotswolds countryside, The Manor House is one of the most beautiful destinations you will discover. At the heart of the 14th century village of Castle Combe, and waiting to be explored are the carefully tended parkland, woodland and gardens and village beyond. Indulge in a traditional afternoon tea or relax at the bar.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Bed and Breakfast (1 nights)
With 50 individually designed bedrooms, located in either the Main House or the Mews Cottages adjacent to the main building, no two rooms are the same. Rooms are luxurious and perfectly combine the traditional with the modern. Each room has luxury toiletries, tea/coffee making facilities and a pillow menu.
The award-winning Michelin starred Bybrook Restaurant has a diverse, imaginative menu while The Woodbury Restaurant at the 18-hole golf club also serves exciting food including snacks. Guests can decide to eat wherever they like at The Manor House and not be confined to restaurant areas. The oak-panelled Full Glass Bar has a relaxing atmosphere.
There are many things to do at the hotel including putting, tennis, croquet and fly fishing in season. Nearby attractions include Castle Combe Skid Pan 4x4 & Kart Track which is a 5-minute drive away. Bath can be reached in 30 minutes by car and Stonehenge is an hour away.
The Manor House is a true golfing gem - designed by renowned BBC commentator Peter Alliss and his design partner Clive Clarke in 1992 it is now widely regarded as one of the finest golf courses in England. Nestling in 365 acres of spectacular Cotswold parkland and bordering the beautiful village of Castle Combe, the undulating landscape provides a great adventure for any level of golfer.
In 2006 the course was re-routed and lengthened to 6500 yards, five new tees added and three others resurrected to become one of the most spectacular and challenging 18-hole, par 72 golf courses in England.
The inviting par 4 opening hole is set on the edge of the ‘motte and bailey’ fortification of the original castle and your opening drive needs to carry over part of this.