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A south Gloucestershire country hotel with a history dating back to the 11th-century, when Torteword Manor was recorded in the Domesday book, the estate at Tortworth has been the ancestral seat of the Ducie family for 350 years and counting.
Today, on the north-west edge of the estate, the Grade II* listed De Vere Tortworth Court hotel brings together a wealth of original features along with 21st-century style.
SPA & Gym
Open to guests and members alike, a fully equipped gym, sauna, steam room and swimming pool are available daily along with 6 fully renovated treatment rooms.
The gym offers a range of cardiovascular and resistance training equipment suited to most levels of fitness. There are also personal training sessions, fitness assessments and a programme of classes led by fully qualified instructors.
At Peel Spa, appointments are available for a range of specialist beauty treatments along with manicures and pedicures, facials, massages and special occasion packages.
Dining at De Vere Tortworth Court showcases the exceptional quality of ingredients found in the south-west of Britain.
The 1853 Restaurant & Bar serves up classic British dishes and is found in the original library of the mansion house. At the Atrium Bistro bar, guests dine under a 60-foot high glass roof with light wooden floors, indoor trees and plenty of original features. Or join us in our new Library bar, where soft furnishings and feature walls filled with books combine to create a welcoming, comfy spot for a few drinks.
And no stay would be complete without sampling afternoon tea. Served daily in the 1853 Restaurant & Bar, tea can be taken traditional or with a glass of champagne or prosecco.