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Rudloe Hall
Leafy Lane
Corsham
Bath

SN13 0PA | View map

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Rudloe Hall is not a large stately house but a very friendly, cosy Gothic Victorian mansion house. The house is set in 4 acres of beautiful, sheltered Victorian gardens with stunning views of the local countryside. We are romantics with an ardent love of antiques and fine old things which make Rudloe Hall an interesting place to be. With cosy working Victorian fires in almost every room of the house, you will be made to feel at home and comfortable from the moment you arrive. Our staff are friendly, casual and very eager to please. They will do all those special little extras that modern hotels do not have the time to offer. We are dedicated to making your stay pleasant and relaxing and as different as you want it to be.

Our food is all freshly prepared and baked on the premises using only the freshest of local produce. Our menu changes daily offering variety, and our food is served with wonderfully tasty wine selected from our well stocked cellar! The hotel offers the free use of Corsham leisure centre's swimming pool just 5 minutes away. We have a small selection of cardiovascular machines in our conservatory, situated in a beautiful wooded area. There is a spa pool and sauna which can be booked and used privately ensuring maximum intimacy, and you can also book a variety of indulgent, relaxing beauty and massage treatments in your room.

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