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Homewood Park Hotel & Spa
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Standing amid 10 acres of beautiful grounds and woodland on the edge of Limpley Stoke Valley, a designated area of natural beauty is Homewood Park, one of Britain's finest privately-owned smaller country house hotels. This lovely 19th century building has an elegant interior, adorned with beautiful fabrics, antiques, oriental rugs and original oil paintings. Lavishly furnished bedrooms offer the best in comfort, style and privacy. Each of them has a charm and character of its own, most have good views over the Victorian garden. The outstanding cuisine has won the hotel an excellent reputation. The a la carte menu uses wherever possible produce from both local suppliers and from Homewood itself. A range of carefully selected wines, stored in the hotel's original medieval cellars lies patiently waiting to augment lunch and dinner.

The Spa at Homewood Park is set within its very own famous gardens, surrounded by an original garden wall, herbs and honey bees. The Spa at Homewood Park not only provides an exclusive setting but also provides an exclusive facility, offering only the best of spa. Including a hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room and elegantly heated outside swimming pool with fabulous views. The luxurious treatment menu promotes a mind, body and soul philosophy and coupled with a champagne nail bar it offers a truly indulgent spa offering.

Before or after dinner guests can enjoy a drink in the comfortable bar or drawing rooms, both of which have a log fire during the cooler months. The hotel is well placed for guests to enjoy the varied attractions of the wonderful city of Bath with its unique hot springs, Roman remains, superb Georgian architecture and American Museum. Further afield but within reach are Stonehenge and Cheddar caves.

Additional Facilities: Broadband internet access in all bedrooms and WIFI in all public rooms

Directions: On the A36 six miles from Bath towards Warminster.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Red Stars
Number of Rooms: 21
Number Ensuite: 21

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast and VAT
Double: From £140
Twin: From £140
Single: From £125
Suite: From £245
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Name: Lime Restaurant
Cuisine: Contemporary European
Chef: Daniel Maudsley
Awards: 3 AA Rosettes

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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
Tennis Court
Swimming Pool - outdoor heated
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities

Sample Menu:


Pan Seared Scallops on a Fricassée of Peas and Baby Gem Lettuce
& Smoked Bacon

Cornish Crab Ravioli with Baby Spinach in a Grapefruit
& Ginger Nage

Celeriac Velouté with Goats Cheese Beignets

Foie Gras & French Quail Terrine with Agen Prunes
& Mesclun Salad

Red Mullet Tart with Artichokes
& Sauce Vierge

Croustillant of Asparagus, Serano Ham
& Beaufort with Cardamom Yoghurt

House Specials

Oak Smoked Salmon with Mesclun Salad & dill Bread

Salad “Folle” William


Roast Grey Mullet & Langoustine
With Purple Broccoli & Wild Garlic

Crisp Fillet of Gurnard, Cornish Lobster
& Courgette Flower with Tonka Emulsion

Sea Bass on Crushed New Potatoes with Peas,
Broad Beans & Chicory

Roast Saddle of Wiltshire Lamb
With Rosemary Crust,
Aubergine Caviar & Fondant Potato

Gressingham Duck Breast with Creamed Polenta,
Foie Gras & Long Pepper

Pan Roast Bresse Pigeon with Marocan Couscous,
Aubergine Chutney & Five Spice Jus


Whole Lemon Sole Grilled & Served with Asparagus, New Potatoes & Lemon Butter £22.00

Roast Rib of Beef Cutlet with Caramelised Onions, Paris Mushrooms & Perigueux Sauce £24.00


Lavender Crème Brûlée, Green Tea Sorbet,
Chocolate Marquise Flavoured with Star Anis
Rutherglen Muscat, Rosewood Vineyards, Chambers, Australia
50ml @ £2.50 per glass

Hot Mango Tart with Greek Yoghurt Sorbet
“Las Casas Del Toqui” Late Harvest Semillon, Chili,
50ml @ £2.50 per glass

Poached White Peaches & Berries Set In Demi-Sec Champagne
Pacherenc Du Vic-Bilh 2000, 50ml @ £2.50 per glass

Pressing of Roasted Bananas
With Hazelnut Crème Caramel
Loupiac “Chateau de Ricaud” 1999, Bordeaux,France
50ml @ £2.50 per glass

Selected Continental & British Cheeses
With Grapes & Celery
LBV Port Niepoort 1999 50ml @ £3.00 per glass


Pancakes Filled with Apricots & Apples Suzette Sauce £9.00

Munster Baked in a Thin Paste with Apple Compote £8.00

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