4* Classic English Country Hotel nestling in the beautiful Wiltshire countryside just 8 miles from Bath. With a multi-award winning restaurant and 6 acres of delightful grounds, this is a great place to relax and rejuvenate, all the while offering exceptional value for money.
- 2 AA rosette award winning restaurant for fine dining
- Classic country bedrooms
- Extensive grounds where you can play croquet, tennis or just relax with afternoon tea.
- Choice of refined country house lounge or laid back "pub-style" bar for a change of scene.
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Stay in a Classic room and receive:
- Receive a complimentary room upgrade on arrival (subject to availability)
- 3 course candlelit dinner for two from the a la carte menu each night (value £35 pp)
- Your choice of either Afternoon Tea or a Champagne Cocktail and Canapes on arrival (worth £40)
- Full breakfast for two daily
- Complimentary mid-day late checkout (worth £30)
1 night stay
Package Price: £87.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £175 per room
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2 night stay
Package Price: £160 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £320 per room
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3 night stay
Package Price: £230 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £460 per room
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Facilities at Guyers House Hotel
Guyers House Hotel is a gem. A charming, comfortable, privately owned Hotel with a celebrated Restaurant and 37 pretty en-suite bedrooms surrounded by 6 acres of glorious English gardens including a tennis court and croquet lawn. The gardens are visited by gardening clubs and for many years were open to the public under the National Garden Scheme.
The Hotel is situated just off the A4 near the charming little town of Corsham and convenient for Bath, Bradford-on-Avon, Lacock Abbey, the famous picture collection at Corsham Court, the pretty villages of Castle Combe, Biddestone and the Cotswolds.
- A little shabby-chic in places and perhaps lacks the opulence of some country houses, but terrific value and food punches well above its price-point.
Good to know
- Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
- Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
A fully disabled access room is available in the annexe, there are 3 steps up to the restaurant, but a small ramp is available. A number of ground-floor rooms are available.
Children up to 10 years are accommodated on a z bed at a cost of £30.00 BB per night. Cots are available for under 3s at a cost of £20 per night.
Not a dog friendly hotel, only guide dogs at prior notice
Guyers House Hotel & Restaurant sits amidst a classic English garden designed and developed over the past 22 years by Guy and Clare Hungerford. It is a garden of contrasts but restful and easy on the mind.
It was planted to complement the different aspects of Guyers House and particularly to take advantage of the attractive ancient stone walls that occupy the grounds. Thus the seventeenth century front faces long lavender edged yew walks with secluded enclosures and gazebos leading to an orchard and a pond and a line of shrub roses, whereas the garden faced by the Georgian facade of the house has an open, sweeping, airy freedom.
The Rooms at Guyers House Hotel
Classic double and twin bedrooms are all en-suite and equipped with flat screen digital television, telephone, free Wi-fi, clock alarm and coffee and tea making facilities. Each is elegantly styled and designed to give an atmosphere of comfortable ease and well-being. Almost all have lovely views over the garden.
Superior bedrooms are more spacious than the classic rooms and are prettily furnished with larger sleigh or four poster beds. They offer additional sitting room as well as digital flat screen television, telephone, free Wi-fi, clock alarm and coffee and tea making facilities with some additional touches of elegance and mineral water and luxury hand cream. All have lovely garden views from their windows.
Guyers House Restaurant
Guyers House Restaurant has been awarded 2 AA Rosettes for its cuisine.
Settle into the pretty dining room and choose from the menu of finely cooked modern British and traditional dishes. Head Chef Gareth John and his team design and prepare these from the finest produce they can find including herbs, vegetables and fruit from their own kitchen garden and orchard.
It's a relaxing and charming place to eat. Presented with a special Breakfast Award by Visit England. The restaurant is open every day.
8am-9.30am Sat & Sun
3pm - 5pm
Guyers House Hotel Location
Map & Directions
How to get here
Guyers House Hotel & Restaurant is easily accessible half a mile off the A4 Bath Road; 10 minutes from the M4 (J17) and 75 minutes from Paddington by rail to Chippenham station, 4 miles away.
Users of Sat Navs may find it beneficial using Guyers Lane, as with some brands our postcode is not yet listed.
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Location & Local Attractions
Guyers House Hotel is a wonderfully well situated jumping off point for:
The Georgian city of Bath (8 miles away)
The film set villages of Lacock and Castle Combe
Lacock Abbey (National Trust)
Great Charlfield Manor (National Trust)
Corsham Court (superb picture collection)
The beautiful Cotswold wool town of Corsham
Tetbury and Cirencester
Bath and Salisbury racecourses
Farleigh Hungerford Castle
Bowood, Kingsdown and Castle Combe Golf Courses
Guyers House Hotel Reviews
- 58 reviews
- Member since 2011
Pickwick, Corsham, SN13 0PS
Guyers House provided a relaxing getaway to celebrate a special birthday. The hotel and room were very cosy, well decorated and provided a quiet, charming setting. The champagne canapes before dinner added a special touch served in a beautiful sitting room. The evening meal was delicious, as was breakfast. We wandered around the gardens, which were well kept and full of beautiful snowdrops. Overall a lovely, relaxing break. Thank you.
Very nice hotel with a warm welcome. However the menu was the same for two nights and only changed on the Sunday with roast replacing more al a carte items. Also be aware the service charge added to your bill for meals and drinks
Fantastic short break with exceptional food.
I would throughly recommend this hotel. We stayed for a weekend in Feb-19 and only have positive things to say about our stay. The staff are very friendly, the room we stayed in was lovely (it s an old building so don't expect everything to be pristine.). The food was truly exceptional. The best food I have ever had at any hotel to date. I could not compliment the chef and his team enough. You will not be disappointed.
a lovely place close to Bath
a lovely old farmhouse, in lovely surroundings
food was amazing, staff very friendly, great service
Our stay at the hotel was just what the doctor ordered, we were to made to feel welcome by Naomi straight away, where they had set up put afternoon tea in a cozy room with a fire.
We then had a delicious three course dinner which exceeded all expectations. The room we stayed in was a bit cold as only one little radiator however it didn t ruin our stay. Hotel was in a beautiful location we didn t stay longe enough to explore the local village however we did see a bit of Bath which was only 12 minutes drive away. I would highly recommend!!
3 night weekend break
Overall very good
When big parties at weekends for tea or dinner staff seemed to get a bit overwhelmed so that other guests did not always get the usual good service for drinks etc.
Shame the bar has to be so far from the dining room and lounge but obviously little can be done about! this.
Underwhelmed and disappointed
I wish I could tick at least one of the above descriptions as applying to Guyers House Hotel, but this is not the case. The public lounge had a tired look with the carpets and chairs needing a good clean. The central heating in our room was turned off when we arrived at about 5pm - not very welcoming on a November evening. The notice of 'fine dining' at the entrance gave us high expectations.My wife enjoyed her evening meal, but my roast lamb was piled high on the plate and had the appearance of left-overs from a carvery lunch. Breakfast was good.
I recommend that a representative from your organization books into the hotel as a private individual and checks the various aspects you think are important for your clients.