Bibury Court Hotel: Jacobean elegance and timeless hospitality
Match a relaxing and tranquil stay in the heart of the Cotswolds with the luxurious accommodation at the Bibury Court Hotel. This impressive Grade I Listed Jacobean mansion was constructed in the late 16th century over the remains of a Benedictine monastery. The Bibury Court Hotel, in the charming village of Bibury, has six acres of scenic grounds right on the River Coln with private riverfront space for guests to enjoy. Be sure to book outdoor activities such as clay pigeon shooting and golf tournaments. There are lovely walking trails throughout the property. Guests of the Bibury Court Hotel may explore the carefully kept grounds and enjoy year-round floral displays as well as the scenic Bibury Trout Farm.
The three-star Bibury Court Hotel has 18 sumptuous, individually styled bedrooms. There are twins, doubles, kings and four-posters to choose from. Two of the Bibury Court Hotel rooms have private bathrooms. LCD TV, Wifi, hairdryers, and tea and coffee making facilities are included in each room. True to its personalized and attentive service, the Bibury Court Hotel offers allergy-free accommodation and the option of chocolates, champagne or fresh flowers delivered to your room upon request. Continental and full English breakfasts are served daily. Room service and in-room spa treatments are also available at the Bibury Court Hotel. Treatments include facials, Indian Head Massage, Reiki therapy and Hopi candles. If youre looking to bring any furry companions on vacation, the Bibury Court Hotel is pet-friendly. There is free parking right on the premises. Look for the Bibury Court Hotels budget-friendly specials, including Midweek Madness breaks, pamper packages, and romantic retreats.
The Bibury Court Hotels award-winning restaurant, The Oak Room, employs Head Chef Antony Ely to craft mouthwatering creations with local cuisines and ingredients. There is an extensive wine list and a seven course tasting menu option. You can find a list of some of the local meat and produce suppliers on the Bibury Court Hotel website. Guests will also appreciate the picturesque views of the Cotswolds rolling hills. Smaller dining venues inside the Bibury Court Hotel, for lighter but no less delicious fare, include The Conservatory and the Brasserie at Bibury. For warmer weather, the Conservatory offers summer Jazz Wednesdays and the Brasserie has riverside seating on the south terrace. To learn more about the culinary side of the Cotswolds, book one of the Bibury Court Hotels day-long cooking courses in the Country Kitchen and learn to prepare a full lunch and traditional afternoon tea.
The Bibury Court Hotel is in an easily walkable village with a wealth of historic properties. A favorite spot for tourists and locals alike is Arlington Row, a group of 17th century cottages with steep pitched roofs. If youre looking to explore more of the Cotswolds, the historic market village of Cirencester is only seven miles from the Bibury Court Hotel. There is a bus service available to all the nearby towns.
Take advantage of the sumptuous accommodation and fine dining of the Bibury Court Hotel while enjoying the natural, relaxing realm of the Cotswolds.