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Hatton Court Hotel
Upton Hill
Upton St.Leonards

Gloucester
Gloucestershire

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This hotel is tucked away behind a bank of trees, on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment, between the city of Gloucester and Painswick. A former splendid Cotswold home, at Hatton Court you will feel eminently comfortable. Hatton Court is of reassuring size; neither large and impersonal, nor too small. Nothing is hurried. The reception is very much a lounge, with armchairs, magazines and open fires for those chillier days. Next door the bar is more a place to relax where you can take tea, read and talk rather than rush.
The peace of the surrounding Cotswold countryside and comfortable bedrooms, some with whirlpool baths, make for a good nights sleep. Hatton Court is now a completely non-smoking hotel. Hatton Court Hotel has 45 bedrooms and is built in the style of a 17th-century manor house.
The hotel has its own bar and restaurant, as well as conference and banqueting facilities.

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Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 3 Star
ETB 4 Crowns
Number of Rooms: 45
Number Ensuite: 45
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Restaurant

Name: Carrington's
Cuisine: Modern
Chef: Glyn Crosthwaite

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