The Bay Tree Hotel, Burford, Oxfordshire, OX18 4LW
In the picture-postcard town of Burford the southern gateway to the Cotswolds is the charming Bay Tree Hotel. Set amidst the celebrated ancient black and white timbered buildings and those constructed ...more
In the picture-postcard town of Burford the southern gateway to the Cotswolds is the charming Bay Tree Hotel. Set amidst the celebrated ancient black and white timbered buildings and those constructed from the beautiful honey-coloured Cotswold stone a scene is created which beyond doubt has an aura of yesteryear. An impressive location for country breaks whatever the season the Bay Tree Hotel is well situated for exploring the countryside for visiting National Trust properties and famous Cotswold gardens for a trip to the races or just to simply relax. The hotel is proud to announce winning the Enjoy England Award for Excellence 2011 Small Hotel of the Year - Gold Award and well as the Enjoy England breakfast award. An oak staircase leads to our luxurious bedrooms each having individual character and decorated in warm traditional colours with fine often antique furniture for a true country feel generously stocked with Molton Brown products. Dining in the Bay Tree Restaurant at Burford is a unique and distinctly pleasurable experience. The tapestries flagstone floor and original leaded windows overlooking the patio and garden combine to give the dining room an elegant country feel. Here you can relax and enjoy the finest in traditional and modern English cooking and first-class service. Enjoy award-winning cuisine in an intimate candle-lit atmosphere and choose from the extensive wine list. Be tempted by a diverse choice of dishes prepared from the freshest local produce with seasonal twists redolent of your countryside location. Alternatively lighter meals can be enjoyed in the hotel s country-style Woolsack Bar. With their open log fires stone flagged floor and comfortable armchairs the Woolsack Bar at The Bay Tree Hotel Burford and adjoining library are ideal for relaxing with the newspaper taking afternoon tea or enjoying your coffee and liqueurs.