Dormy House Hotel & Spa continues to give the other luxury boutique hotels in the Cotswolds a real run for their money. Relax, kick off your shoes and enjoy the roaring fires, stunning views, spoiling spa and choice of restaurants. Stylish and elegant with interiors by Todhunter Earle, this perfectly packaged Chic Retreat is the ideal place to come for great food & wine, exceptional service, a state-of-the-art spa with a 16m pool and a bit of golf (Broadway Golf Club is right on the doorstep). Children are welcome at Dormy House, and are sure to love exploring the countryside. Extra beds can be arranged for an additional fee in some of the rooms.
The spa at Dormy House opened in partnership with Temple Spa, one of Britain's finest home-grown brands. De-stress, re-balance and restore is the name of the game here with a focus on botanical extracts, soothing textures and serious results for both the mind and body. Temple Spa has created a bespoke and unique treatment using locally-sourced Cotswold Lavender, bringing a little piece of the Cotswolds inside into the spa. The pool is 16m long and there are two gyms- one for a general work out and the other for private personal training sessions. If fitness isn't your thing, take a walk around the estate, cycle along the Cotswold lanes or enjoy a day out shopping in Cheltenham or a trip to Stratford upon Avon.
Head Chef Sam Bowser, and Culinary Director Martin Burge serve up a menu of ingenious and mouthwatering creations at Dormy House. All dishes are made with fresh ingredients, with the Vale of Evesham (also known at 'The Garden of England') on their doorstep. The menu changes each season, representing local produce at its best.
The Garden Room is a fine dining restaurant, but not as you know it. Neither fussy nor formal, the atmosphere is elegant yet relaxed. A wall-to-ceiling glass window fills The Garden Room with light, allowing outdoor dining in summer.
We highly recommend tucking into The Garden Room's 'mix and match' tasting menu, which consists of three interchangeable menus. It is available in both five and seven courses, offering some delicious dishes including scallops with caramelised bacon, and hot smoked duck breast with curried leaves and heritage beetroot.
Make sure to leave room for the delicious desserts, not to mention the excellent range of cheeses, all served with freshly baked walnut and raisin bread. Vegetarians are well catered for, with a tasting menu devoted entirely to meat-free dishes.
The Potting Shed restaurant is all about unwinding at the end of the day with simple honest food. Pork belly, bangers & mash and rhubarb crumble are some of the favourites here, and brunch on Sundays is a must. With the help of Corney & Barrow, the wine selection at Dormy House is perfectly balanced with something for everyone.