Bay Tree Hotel

The charming Bay Tree Hotel (4*) is found in the picture-postcard town of Burford, the southern gateway to the Cotswolds. Set amidst the celebrated ancient black and white timbered buildings and those constructed from the beautiful honey-coloured Cotswold stone, a scene is created which beyond doubt has an aura of yesteryear. An impressive location for country breaks whatever the season, the Bay Tree Hotel is well situated for exploring the countryside, for visiting National Trust properties, and famous Cotswold gardens. Acclaimed for its unique charm, the Bay Tree Hotel in Burford has welcomed visitors through its solid oak doors since 1565. With its walls of mellow Cotswold limestone, enhanced by ancient wisterias, it is steeped in character and times past. The Cotswolds abounds in attractive villages and towns, pretty streets with a wealth and variety of antique shops, inviting small cafés and enchanting hotels and hostelries, amongst which the Bay Tree Hotel at Burford is truly outstanding. Few could resist the rustic charm of this picturesque retreat.

  • Guest RoomGuest Room

Standard Room: Each bedroom has its own individual character and charm. Antique furniture and rich, colorful fabrics have been used to give an elegant country house atmosphere. All have private en-suite bathroom with fluffy bathrobes; Molton Brown toiletries; flat screen television; radio; hair dryer; tea and coffee making facilities and direct dial telephone.

  • Bay Tree RestaurantBay Tree Restaurant
Bay Tree Restaurant

Enjoy award-winning modern English cuisine. Be tempted by a diverse choice of dishes, prepared from the freshest local produce, with seasonal twists redolent of your countryside location.

    The Woolsack Bar

    Try the traditional British and local ales or choose from the selection of fine wines. Lunch or dine in an informal atmosphere where the extensive menu is sure to tempt.

    • The GardensThe Gardens
    The Gardens and Summer House

    Adjacent to the restaurant, the patio provides an alternative venue for the enjoyment of a meal or an early evening drink. The garden includes several lawned areas and mature blossom trees, together with a large collection of perennial shrubs. The rose and lavender bushes are especially notable for their perfumes which mingle as they waft through the garden. The Summer House is the perfect place to celebrate during the warmer months. Overlooking the beautiful garden and leading onto the private terrace why not host your very own drinks reception, BBQ, afternoon tea get-together or a Pimms and croquet party.

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