Burleigh Court Hotel is an intimate Grade II listed manor house hotel and restaurant in the heart of the Cotswolds offering a captivating experience of country charm with a splash of luxury served by a highly skilled team.
Hidden away on a hillside overlooking the Golden Valley, Burleigh Court features panoramic views and outdoor dining within 4 acres of lush gardens. 18 bedrooms are individually styled from traditional to contemporary english country design providing a 'home away from home' feel.
The two AA rosette restaurant is situated in an atmospheric oak panelled room with fireplace alit during the colder month. Burleigh Court Restaurant serves a confident local Cotswolds menu sourced within 30 miles and has recently been recognised with the AA breakfast award.
Where is Burleigh Court located?
Burleigh Court is located just below Minchinhampton Common - a Natural Trust site and close to many Cotswolds attractions, Minchinhampton Golf Course and many scenic country walks including Rodborough and Selsley Common.
Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, the area around Burleigh Court is littered with picture postcard villages, market towns and a stunning nature. The renown Stroud Farmers Market is an 8min drive a way and offers a great culinary experience.
The hotel is closeby many National Trust sites, Gatcombe Park and Highgrove. Major annual horse trials like Badminton are not far and Cheltenham racing events are within easy reach. Westonbirt Arboretum and areas of outstanding beauty are within short distance.
For those that want to indulge in shopping, there are a wealth of antique shops in Tetbury and boutiques in Nailsworth and Cirencester. The beautiful spa town of Bath is a 45 drive away.
Guests, including families, will find there are many things to do and explore in the area including golfing, trout fishing, horse riding, cycling and a visit to the Cotswolds Water Park among many others. See Burleigh Court's website for a full list of what to do in the area.
What cuisine is on offer at Burleigh Court?
Burleigh Court serves a locally sourced Cotswolds menu with contemporary influence in its two AA rosette awarded restaurant.
Seating is available in the historic oak panelled dining room or outside with stunning views over the Golden Valley. The team is committed to serve food from their very own kitchen garden as part of the locally sourced menu drawing on ingredients within a 30-mile radius. This way local suppliers are supported and carbon footprint is kept low. Some say Burleigh Court serves one of the best Sunday Roasts in the area, others say they have the best desserts. Whilst one cannot argue taste and every pallet is different, Burleigh Court are certain to deliver quality and flavoursome food combined with exceptional service.
There is no formal dress code; guests can just make themselves at home. Lunch and an la carte dinner menu is available throughout the week. The restaurant also caters for vegetarian or vegan tastes.
What is the signature dish at Burleigh Court?
Romantic dining is a signature experience at Burleigh Court and available on a pre-book basis The restaurant offers a cosy corner table with candles and a three course meal plus a couple of special culinary surprises. The main course will be a classic french Chateaubriand to share, which is the prized cut from the fillet head, full of flavour, soft and tender. Alternative the restaurant also caters for vegetarian or vegan tastes.
What makes a meal at Burleigh Court unique?
The menu at the two AA rosette menu punches way above its head and offers very good value for money. It is locally sourced, full of quality and flavour. It can be enjoyed in either the historic oak panelled restaurant or outside on the front terrace with spectacular views over the Golden Valley.
Burleigh Court's bedrooms are individually designed to give guests a true home away from home experience blending traditional country style, antique furniture and modern features into a refreshing, unique style. Power showers and deep baths will help to unwind. Rooms are located in the main manor house and the adjacent coach house – many have double aspect views across the Golden Valley. Well behaved dogs can be accommodated upon request in some of the classic coach house rooms.