Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa
What We Love
- Ornate interiors at a beautiful house in the English countryside, with breakfast and dinnerIndulging in the relaxing spa
- Being surrounded by some of England’s most adored and celebrated countryside
- Settling on goats cheese terrine and confit of duck from the hotel’s mouth-watering menu
What To Know
- The spa is small – just a sauna and steam room
- Free WiFi is very unreliable
- Rooms are quite spacious
The Cotswolds is an area of outstanding beauty and vast heritage, famed for its rolling hills, honey-coloured limestone villages and country café culture. The 18th-century Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa in the heart of Gloucestershire is set in 50 acres of grounds with breath-taking views over tree-clustered fields of the Windrush Valley.
This four-star country house hotel mixes classic charm with contemporary flair, featuring traditional fireplaces and huge windows overlooking the Cotswold Countryside. Discover a tranquil spa and an AA rosette-awarded fine dining restaurant, alongside light and airy rooms with oak-panelled walls, cosy seating and ornate ceilings, under which you can relax with afternoon tea or a glass of your favourite tipple.
Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa is situated just outside the market town of Stow-on-the-Wold and various other chocolate box villages, each offering a distinct taste of Cotswolds life. You are perfectly based to explore the area’s stunning countryside walks and landmarks as well as nearby galleries, museums and country parks – a great place to spend an afternoon.
Good to know
Please be sure to contact the hotel directly to pre-book any spa treatments and dinner reservations prior to arrival to avoid disappointment.
How to Get There
Lovely surroundings and buildings, the Orangery, where we stayed was nice and clean, comfortable and lovely views out to the grounds, with the rabbits and squirrels abound. The food was excellent and the staff friendly and very helpful. Some of the outside furniture and fittings could do with a tidying up and upgrade but in general, ok. To be expected at the end of a busy summer season. If you stay in the outer buildings, it is advisable to have a brolly and/ or coat for the inclement weather, otherwise you could get a bit wet when you need to go to the main building for food and drink but don't let this put you off. The road that runs by the grounds, is close to the Orangery, so you can get some road noise but again, not really an issue unless you are a light sleeper or noise sensitive. Hopefully, we will return one day.
It was clear the main buildings was old. it also had charm. Someone stuck a mid grade hotel onto one side. The bath was nice looking but not functional. The room itself was large but not well layed out. Service level of the staff was well below what it should have been. The grounds and location made it 3 of 5.
Lovely hotel, beautiful grounds, full of character but not stuffy. Great food and friendly staff.
Comfy beds and nice rooms.
We had s great girls reunion and will be going back.
I’m local so I’ll be popping in for lunch which I didn’t realise you could do.