For a family visit to the Cotswolds, look no further than the magnificent Grade II listed Tortworth Court Four Pillars Hotel, set in 30 acres of beautiful gardens yet just moments from the M5 providing access to the many nearby attractions.
The hotel itself has been beautifully restored and Family and Connoisseur rooms provide spacious accommodation, with original and period features, for families of any size. Tortworth Court Hotel offers dinner, bed and breakfast packages where children eat and stay free up to 12 years of age – ideal for a hassle-free trip to the south-west corner of the Cotswolds.
Guest rooms at Tortworth Court Hotel
A family of two adults and three children can easily be accommodated in some of the rooms at Tortworth Court with ample room for a double bed, double sofa bed and a single and plenty of additional space to spread out and relax. We recommend booking a Connoisseur Room; these are a little larger, superior rooms and many come with original features from this fine old building.
Activities and where to eat at Tortworth Court Hotel
The family-friendly features don’t stop in the bedrooms though – accompanied children are welcome to use the indoor swimming pool (there is also a spa with an extensive array of treatments for grown-ups and Moreton’s restaurant offers an inexpensive, albeit standard fare, two-course menu for children (with larger portions for the over-11s). Breakfast features an extensive hot and cold buffet. The Orangery is Tortworth’s fine dining restaurant and the snug, friendly lounge bar is comfortable and relaxed.
Things to do in and around Tortworth Court Hotel
Families with an eye for nature will enjoy the Arboretum that forms part of the Tortworth Court hotel grounds, and the nearby Westonbirt Arboretum (featuring 18,000 different trees!), whilst further afield are the delights of the Cotswolds and its chocolate box villages and stimulating walks. Bristol is just a short drive away and the SS Great Britain and Bristol Zoo make for excellent family trips out. Staying with the historical theme, the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway and Berkeley Castle are also a short drive away.