Dormy House Hotel
Near Broadway, Worcestershire
At a Glance
Perfectly situated for the Cotswolds, moments from Broadway Village
Forgot your wellies? The hotel has plenty to offer for that ramble over the Cotswolds Hills
The Garden Room restaurant offers award winning food and al fresco dining in the summer months
Looking for a bit more privacy? The hotel has a beautiful manor house 'Foxhill' that sleeps 16 and is located just 2-miles away
The hotel has its very own pub on site, perfect for a relaxing pint at the end of the day exploring the local countryside
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It is very difficult to predict the weather in the United Kingdom - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but the UK does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk in the country.
Call us on 858 345 1764 to start planning your vacation to Dormy House Hotel or take a look at our itineraries to Oxford Bath The Cotswolds
Dormy House is a quintessentially English hotel. A lovingly renovated 17th century farm house that blends country chic with log fires and original panelling. Located moments from the village of Broadway this is the perfect base to explore the Cotswolds.
Dormy House is a perfect boutique hotel, situated overlooking the Cotswold Hills. It is the perfect base from which to explore the delightful Cotswolds with the famous village of Broadway just moments from the hotel.
On arrival you are greeted with a warm smile, this is a hotel that feels like you have just arrived at your dream home, it is cosy, welcoming and friendly. Large log fires flank the entrance hall and offer you the perfect place to enjoy a glass of red and read the papers on the comfy sofas surrounding them.
Having been recently renovated, this hotel is beautifully finished, the forty en-suite bedrooms are of a very high standard with large beds and bathrooms. All rooms offer the modern comforts that you would expect, Nespresso machines, large flat screen TV's and an in-house ipad that you can use to explore what is in the region.
If your country walk has tired you out, then head straight to Spa. The hotel has recently opened its house spa and this is a real gem, a 16-meter infinity pool awaits you and the spa menu offers you over 40 treatments to choose from. The Veuve Clicquot Nail Parlour is perfect for a spot of pampering. Then head to the spa cafe for a healthy smoothie or green tea, for those looking for a guilty pleasure, Dormy do serve wines and champagne too.
You have two main restaurants to choose from, The Garden Room, is the more formal of the two, however has a very friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Be sure to book a table in the window, it has large floor to ceiling windows overlooking the garden, offering stunning views in the summer, in the winter it is lit up and is a very romantic fare. The second option The Potting Shed is a gastro pub offering the perfect comforting menu, the Rhubarb crumble is not to be missed!
The hotel has 40 en-suite rooms and suites. Each have been individually designed so no two rooms are the same. Rooms are split between being in the main house and in the separate building Rose Cottage, just a few steps away. Rooms all offer king size beds and have large rainfall showers larger rooms and suits offer separate large bathtubs. All rooms offer Nespresso machines. If the budget will stretch opt for the Loft Suite, a super romantic room with plenty of space and beautiful silver roll top bath.
Children of all ages are welcomed here. High chairs, cots and put-up beds are available on request and child bathrobes and slippers are put in the rooms. Children are free to use the pool between the hours of 9.00 - 10.30 am and 4.00 – 5.30pm. The hotel offers a children's meal in the Potting Shed. The hotel can organize a family visit to the Cotswold Farm Park as well.
You have two main restaurants to choose from, The Garden Room, is the more formal of the two however has a very friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Be sure to book a table in the window, it has large floor to ceiling windows overlooking the garden, offering stunning views in the summer, in the winter it is lit up and is a very romantic fare. The second option The Potting Shed is a gastro pub offering the perfect comforting menu. The Spa has a cafe offer smaller snacks and healthy smoothies and teas.
You will not be short of things to do at and around Dormy House, there is something for all paces of life.
The Cotswolds is the perfect place to take a walk, cycle, horse-ride or drive, possibly accompanied by one of Dormy's Hampers.
On your journey you are likely to discover magnificent historic houses such as Snowshill Manor and Sudeley Castle and some of the prettiest villages in the north Cotswolds such as Stow-on-the-Wold and Chipping Campden.
Other places to visit from Dormy include, clay pigeon and game shooting, visiting the golf club in neighboring Broadway, Shopping in Cheltenham and Hidcote Manor Gardens.
A day in Oxford
There is so much to see in wonderful Oxford - this is 'the city of dreaming spires' and your private guide will show you the highlights. Home to the oldest university in the English-speaking world, Oxford is packed with history and stunning architecture.
A day in the Cotswolds
The Cotswolds are rural England at its best, and a day spent exploring the ancient, honey-colored limestone villages of Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire, set amongst rolling sheep-dotted hills, stone-walled fields and country inns is simply magical.
A masterpiece of eighteenth century Baroque architecture, Blenheim Palace is home to the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough and the birthplace of Winston Churchill.
Explore Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon
On the banks of the River Avon and just to the north of the Cotswolds, lies the home of the world's most famous playwright, William Shakespeare. Discover where the Bard was born and raised, and admire the beautiful Tudor architecture of the town.
Harry Potter's Oxford & Studio Tour
Leave the land of Muggles behind and discover the real-life sets of Hogwarts, hidden throughout beautiful Oxford. After exploring the city, enter the magic of the Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio for a chance to see the props and sets from the films.
Hidcote Manor & Gardens
Located just outside the charming Cotswolds town of Chipping Campden, Hidcote is a stunning Arts and Crafts garden famous for its rare shrubs and trees and outstanding design features. It’s a perfect place to visit if you need gardening inspiration.
The gardens at Highgrove, Gloucestershire residence of the Prince of Wales, are some of Britain’s most inspiring. Strictly following sustainable and ecological methods, the gardens are both magically stimulating and a haven for local wildlife.
Famed as the Cotswold country retreat of artist, designer and writer William Morris, Kelmscott Manor is an archetypal seventeenth-century gabled manor house housing an outstanding collection of Morris artifacts and a delightful Thames-side garden.
Salisbury is an early English gothic cathedral city in Wiltshire located 8 miles from Stonehenge.
Lying in a secluded Wiltshire valley, Stourhead features one of the world’s finest landscape gardens and a majestic Palladian mansion. At its heart a magnificent lake reflects classical temples, grottoes and rare trees – a delight to explore.
Set in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds, Sudeley Castle is just eight miles from Broadway in Gloucestershire. Sudeley Castle has played an important role in England’s turbulent history, with royal connections that stretch back over 1000 years.
Walking in the Cotswolds
A walker's paradise, the Cotswolds is named as an area of outstanding natural beauty for a reason.
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle dating back to 1068 and originally built by William the Conqueror then developed over time, Warwick Castle now houses a collection of armoury to rival that on display at the Tower of London.
Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, located near the Cotswolds village of Tetbury, is one of the finest collections of temperate trees and shrubs in the world. World-famous for its explosion of autumn color, Westonbirt is a tree-lover’s paradise.
Location & directions
Near Broadway, Worcestershire
Dormy House hotel is set just outside Broadway perched on the top of Willersey Hill with beautiful views over the Cotswold hills.