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“A mid-February Break in the |Cotswolds”
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Guyers House Hotel
Ranked #1 of 4 Hotels in Corsham
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 12 February 2014

What a lovely spot this hotel is in. Despite the time of year, we enjoyed the interesting gardens around the house and it is well situated for Bath, Lacock, Bradford on Avon, etc. The room was most comfortable and spotless, the staff were lovely - relaxed and friendly - and both dinner and extensive breakfast were great. We really enjoyed this 2 night break in such a beautiful area.
Car parking free.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Angela M
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Reviewed 9 February 2014

We celebrated an 80th birthday on a Sunday at lunch time. We were a party of 16 including 2 toddlers. We were accomodated in a private dining room, which was perfect, the food, service, facilities were excellent, we finished off with coffee in the lounge.
I would definitely RECCOMEND this venue.

Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
Thank tjaWiltshire
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Reviewed 8 February 2014

Had a two night secret escapes deal. Room was fine, with shower over the bath. Full large hand wash, shampoo and shower gel was provided - no tissues though.
Food was fine although rather over cooked on the first night, but excellent on the second night. Breakfast spread was adequate, with an extensive cooked breakfast menu.
Lovely cheerful staff, young and with good manners. Non-intrusive. Very pleased to have stayed there.

Stayed: February 2014
Thank japonica60
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Reviewed 5 February 2014

Excellent hotel just outside Bath. A great mix of classic architecture with that modern twist. Good facilities in the little town just a few minutes walk away. Nice little stables bar with good snacks. Breakfast set us up for the weekends walking. Only one little issue is that the bar seemed to shut very quickly and no facilities to get a drink afterwards. Oh well an early night it was!!!

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank Trevor G
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Reviewed 2 February 2014

Booked a 2 night dinner/bb OPL Exclusive Classic Break which is really quite good value. Yes the rooms and beds in the annexe are rather small, but comfortable enough. The food is excellent and service in the restaurant impeccable.
The niggles are:
Why o why such cheap nasty tea bags at the diy breakfast table? And at a luxury hotel surely one would expect a choice of quality teas anyway, including Earl Grey etc.
Like other guests being served just before us (and the ones commenting in these reviews) we also had trouble during check-out at reception, when they tried to charge us £32 for the 'complimentary' half bottle of champagne. Surely this aspect of the management needs urgent attention, especially as the apology was not particularly effusive. It tends to leave one with a rather negative feeling on departure.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Alwyn H
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Reviewed 28 January 2014

We were given a two night dinner, bed and breakfast stay as a Christmas present by our Daughter, and didn't know quite what to expect. We arrived on the Friday in the pouring rain and cold and were pleasantly surprised, the Hotel was a loverly mix of the old and new, very Edwardian decor but decent modern amenities, our room had high vaulted ceilings and a good but small bathroom.

One of the major things that annoy us in hotels are small uncomfortable beds, not here a king-size with a high quality mattress, loverly over-stuff pillows and a big deep duvet - wonderful.

The food was of a very high quality (not cheap to be fair) and the restaurant service was quick and unobtrusive. The hotel staff were polite, friendly and efficient. If I was to make an observation I would have liked a dress code for gentlemen for dinner, some of us "older" men wore ties and a jacket, but younger men a best had a shirt, one even had trainers on for dinner!

I notice some of the recent comments from people who must have stayed at the same time as us, maybe, just maybe it was not there sort of place, especially if they don't own a tie ;-)

The website for the hotel actual doesn't do it justice to be honest - it's far better than it appears on their site...

Room Tip: Go for the superior room if you can...
  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 January 2014

We met up with a single friend for the weekend and were able to get a special deal (£20 off). Altogether it was 'fine'. Not great, not appalling. Travelodge has got better accommodation, but the food isn't so good! The deal wasn't such a bargain since they really sting you for every 'extra'. Want a cup of tea? Make it with one of the two t-bags left in your room. Want one in the lounge? £3.50 please. Four soft drinks and a glass of wine with your meal? That'll be £22 please. Vegetables with your food? £3.95 please. Which all somehow makes it a bit penny-pinching and 'cheap'. Oh, and at checkout our friend had to point out to them their single rate as they tried to charge her a double rate (luckily she's printed off the webpage). So, just OK

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled with friends
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Additional Information about Guyers House Hotel

Address: Guyers House Pickwick, Corsham SN13 0PS, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Wiltshire > Corsham
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Room Service Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 4 Hotels in Corsham
Price Range: £122 - £170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Guyers House Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 37
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Guyers House Hotel & Restaurant is a charming, privately owned Four Star country house hotel surrounded by its own outstanding gardens. It is located a mile from the pretty town of Corsham and 8 miles from Bath. The aim of the hotel is to provide friendly service, comfort and wonderful cooking. We are proud that the restaurant has been awarded 2 Rosettes by the AA and a special Breakfast Award by Visit England. The hotel has 37 en suite bedrooms, elegant dining and sitting rooms, a panelled Bar and all that you would expect of an English country house The gardens extend to over 6 acres and include a croquet lawn a hard tennis court and a small fitness pavilion. There is ample free parking. The hotel has its own dedicated conference and seminar building and its memorable architecture and lovely garden has made it a famous wedding venue. We do our very best to make your stay a happy one. Via enews ... more   less 
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