Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa

Address: A424 Burford Road, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, GL54 1HY, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on A424 Burford Road, Stow-on-the-Wold, is near Birdland, Cotswold Motor Museum, The Model Village, and Moreton in Marsh.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa Stow-on-the-Wold



      We visited this lovely establishment on 13th August for a evening meal. The house itself is stunning with large rooms, vast sweeping staircase, and wonderful ambience.

      We very much enjoyed our meal and found all the staff to be extremely courteous. The menu is varied and our options of oysters, crab & salmon starters with beef and duck to follow - all excellent. The desserts were also mouthwatering and an excellent selection of cheeses offered also.

      We will definately visit this hotel again and this time will make use of their luxurious accommodation.

      Not Good


      Not good - not clean, very run down in parts, needs money spent on all areas, new owners I think so may improve over time (but in the meantime!)

      Fantastic - but pack some ear plugs!!!


      My Husband and I have just returned from a wonderful weekend at Wyck Hill House. The house and grounds are stunning, the staff pleasant and helpful and the food delicious. Wyck Hill House is ideal for touring the Cotswolds. Our room which was in the main building and overlooked fields as far as the eye could see was spacious and clean, though we felt some of the furniture was looking rather tired and could do with some updating. The bathroom was very nice indeed and the bed was large enough to play hide and seek in! It was lovely to lie in bed in the morning watching the sun rise through the big windows. The restaurant was fantastic and served up some great food (though at £100 for three courses with wine, you expect it to be). The only thing which spoiled our stay at this hotel was the noise on the Saturday night. We were unable to get to sleep till after 3am due to a group of people "celebrating" in the bar. Unfortunately, it seems that noise travels extremely well in such an old building. Feeling tired and frustrated at 1am, I telephoned reception to alert them to this problem though it did not make any difference - hence we did not get to sleep till this group of people had retired for the evening. Fortunately the Sunday evening was lovely and peaceful and all slept soundly. We would stay at Wyck Hill House again, though would definitely pack some ear plugs just in case and would advise potential guests to do the same. We have stayed in many hotels and Wyck Hill House has been one of the best - try it!!!

      Fantastic Views


      I found this hotel on Last Minute. We enjoyed a tour of the Cotswolds, then spent one night at Wyck Hill House. The hotel is an old English country manor. The hotel was delightful. Very luxurious with huge rooms and large bathrooms. Our view of the countryside from our room was wonderful. The meals were excellent, but dinner was overpriced. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful.

      Charming, Beatiful, Relaxing, Amazing Location


      My fiance and I took two short trips to the Wyck Hill House from London. Rented a car both times, and driving around the Cotswolds and walking through the small towns is simply fantastic in every way. Wyck Hill is beautiful, the rooms are huge and lovely, the grounds are superb and the food is lovely. Breakfast is a real treat. Even though it is early, we would suggest waking up at the last possible minute, going to breakfast and then getting back into bed to relax.

      The location is outstanding a short drive to all of the glorious little towns, stow-on-the-wold, chipping camden, broadway etc. If you can go midweek they give you a great room for standard price!

      Would highly recommend to anyone looking for some quality rest and relaxation in the magnificent English countryside.

      Stately, luxurious


      Set in a green valley, very peaceful, our room was in the carriage house, not the main building, large, comfortable, vast bathroom. We spent 2 nights there and wallowed in the peace, quiet and luxury.



      This hotel is fantastic! Situated conveniently in the middle of the Cotswolds with good access to all the attractions and walks.

      Everything from the welcoming arrival to our check out was first rate.

      Our room was light and beautiful, and even though we had our dog with us, the service we received was excellent.

      The restaurant was also amazing - with it's two AA rosettes well deserved.

      If you are looking for a weekend away, you could do a lot worse!

      Stunning, friendly and luxurious


      What a fantastic hotel!! The service we received was wonderful, we stayed in a junior suite which was everything you would expect and more!! The food was divine, we didn't want to leave.



      My husband treated us to a stay at wyck hill as our planned trip to Venice was cancelled last minute. From the moment we arrived we were made to feel very welcome. Although only a standard room was available it was beautifully furnished and very comfortable. Our meal was one of the nicest we've had in a long time. Well done Wyck Hill for getting it right, it wasn't Venice but it was the next best thing.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Wyck Hill House Hotel & Spa Stow-on-the-Wold

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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