Dormy House Hotel
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
When you stay at Dormy House Hotel in Broadway, you’ll be next to a golf course and convenient to Broadway Tower and Dover’s Hill. This 4-star resort is within close proximity of Chipping Campden Church of St James and Snowshill Manor and Garden.
Make yourself at home in one of the 38 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring tablet computers and espresso makers. Flat-screen televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature designer toiletries and bathrobes. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as phones with free local calls.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. If you’re looking for recreational opportunities, you’ll find a health club, an indoor pool, and a spa tub. Additional amenities at this resort include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and wedding services.
Food & Drink
Grab a bite at one of the resort’s 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary English breakfast is included.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
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Our stay at Dormy House proved to be a really relaxing experience. My daughter and I were there for a one night stay and everything added to a feeling of luxury and relaxation. The spar was first class and a full body massage was treat not to be missed.
Our suite was very well appointed, extremely comfortable and offered a really good night's sleep.The staff were polite and caring and made you feel welcome and wanted at all time in many small attentions. We tried out their new dining room ,Mo's, which was a small group ( no more than twelve) intimate, dining experience. It comprised a taster menu (£90 per head ) with accompanying wine for each course as an extra if wanted. We ate together as one group in a dinner party atmosphere and the food was prepared before us with explanations as to the cooking process and the produce by the chef. This was not at all stuffy , but relaxed and informal with some beautifully cooked and tasty food. It isn't cheap but for a special occasion, well worth pushing the boat our for .
We were pleased to find that breakfast the next morning wasn't until 11:00 am,after we had swum and bubbled in the hot tub, as well as saunered and showered in a tropical rainforest experience. It was served overlooking their new kitchen garden which supports the chefs. We had a leisurely breakfast even though we didn't arrive at the restaurant until 10:50 and the waitress accommodated all our individual request and slight changes to the menu.
All in all a wonderful two days. Just one little thing disappointed me. This was my second visit to Dormy House and during my first visit I was so impressed with the standard of coffee table books and top class magazines all around the hotel. Real quality publications rather than advertising material. This added to the feeling of Home from Home rather than a commercial establishment. Unfortunately this time that experience was missing.
Nevertheless, a good time was had here and I would recommend it to others without hesitation.
We booked a family weekend at Dormy House in February for the Spring bank holiday, arriving 24th May, and departing 26th May. The booking was for 11 people in 6 rooms.My father was asked to pay a 25% deposit at the time of booking, which he did. The day before arrival, i.e. 23rd May, the hotel contacted my father and said they had made a mistake in that they hadn't realised the booking was for a bank holiday weekend, and they wanted an extra £40 per person, per night. This he argued, stating that they had agreed a price, and the deposit had been paid. Eventually the hotel conceded, but it caused my elderly father some stress, and put a slight shadow over the trip before we even got there. The hotel upon arrival, was lovely and to a very nice standard, and check in was very polite and efficient. The rooms were very comfortable, and finished to a very high standard. We had booked evening meals for each night, one in each of the two restaurants. On the Friday evening we were given the dinner menus to choose from in the lounge area, which was a very pleasant room. I realised that there was nothing that i fancied for a starter. We were shown to our table in the restaurant, which turned out to be two tables, one of six, and one of five. We questioned this, but were told it wasn't possible for us to sit all together. Anyway, a minor disappointment, and no more. However, i explained to the waiter that i didn't really fancy any of the starters, and would it be possible to choose just a starter from the other menu. I was told it was not possible, which did annoy me. My father made a comment about it being a little unfair, as the restaurants are literally next door to each other, and no doubt, share the same kitchen. I said to forget it, but i hope the bill would be altered accordingly. The other menu was then given to me rather abruptly, and an alternative starter was chosen. The food was very good, and i enjoyed it, the waiters attitude had, i feel dampened my evening somewhat however.
On Saturday morning, we were given one table for all 11 of us, which was lovely. The same waiter said, that he realised after the previous night that we wished to sit together. The males in our group had a light lunch in the bar area of the spa, which was excellent, again, a lovely room and beautifully decorated with a very nice outdoor area. We didn't use the spa at all.
On the Saturday evening we ate in the potting shed, a separate area of the other restaurant. We booked for 7.30, but didn't get our starters until 8.50, and were still eating at 11.00. Even the waitress appeared to be embarassed by this. My elderly parents are usually in bed by 10.30!
I gave feedback to the gentleman on reception when we settled the bill on departure. I just felt he wanted to move us on, and he offered us some m
bottles of mineral water for our journey home. I just said, you have my email address if you want to discus it further, but sadly, i've heard nothing. Very disappointed, as it was a lot of money. Next time we want a truly luxurious break we will return to Gilpin Lodge in Windermere!
When you walk through the doors of Dormy house, you feel immediately like a Duke, Duchess, Prince, Princess... special.
You have a feeling of warmth and welcome that makes you lose yourself in a property that knows no boundaries to customer service.
If you are sitting in front of the fire, eating in the potting shed or stopping by for a beverage during a long walk/bike ride, you will leave feeling totally overwhelmed with a feeling of wanting to return.
We stayed here before we headed down the hill to the Fish. Beautifully decorated, large rooms with attention to every detail. The perfect destination for your visit in the Cotswolds.
The Dormy House ticked lots of boxes so that we thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
Plus points: Staff on reception, in the spa and in the restaurant were very friendly and ready to help. Spa is very nicely appointed and offers plenty of treatments and types of sauna, pool etc. Food in The Potting Shed was above average comfort/pub nosh; the a la carte option, The Back Garden, is really excellent cooking at a very reasonable price (£50 for 3 courses). There’s also a tasting menu restaurant MO but we didn’t try that. Breakfast was great too with fresh fruit and yummy pastries, home made yoghurt etc. The local area is also full of super gastro pubs and postcard Cotswold villages.
Negatives: our room was a suite that was splendid but got very hot at night and there is no minibar to get a drink from.
My partner and I had a lovely two night stay at Dormy House. As soon as you’re greeted at reception with a glass of Prosecco or a mocktail, you know it’s going be good! All staff we encountered throughout our staff were approachable and helpful.
We had an intimate room, and although small, the bed was incredibly comfy, the shower was great and it had everything you needed, including plenty complimentary waters, teas, fruit, homemade biscuits...It was also a nice touch that each night when they turned down your room they left a lovely Temple Spa treat.
We ate at The Back Garden the first night, the food was delicious and on the second night we ate at The Potting Shed which had a more relaxed, pub feel to it. Also yummy food. Breakfast options were fantastic.
We used the spa facilities everyday for a swim and it was lovely and relaxing. Being pregnant, I couldn’t make the most of the sauna rooms and hot tub which was a shame, but the pregnancy massage was fantastic!
The hotel is in a fab location, definitely visit Broadway which is a lovely village just a 10 minute drive away and have a wander around the hotel as some beautiful views.
If you’re looking for a romantic, relaxing break away I would definitely recommend Dormy House.