Virginia creeper branches, as thick and sinewed as a farm worker’s thigh, grow across the weathered Cotswold stone of Burleigh Court. This is a hidden gem, a charming country hotel with a superb restaurant, where old world charm marries with contemporary comfort.
Featuring 18 rooms, this boutique hotel, looks out across Gloucestershire’s Golden Valley: named after its kaleidoscope of autumnal colours, where honey-coloured farmhouses cling to steep hillsides.
This is a restful haven for country walks, books by the log-fire, deckchairs on the terrace, relaxing over afternoon tea and possibly a spot of shooting: there is space in the safe for up to four guns.
Surrounded by three acres of terraced gardens – and some of the Cotswold’s 4,000 miles of dry-stone
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