Dormy House Spa Hotel in Broadway, Cotswolds
Dormy House Spa Hotel – 4-Star Luxury Hotel in Broadway, Cotswolds
from £230 per night
Dormy House Hotel’s luxury Cotswold House Spa provides a haven of tranquillity and treatments. Special offers, spa deals & breaks!
About the Dormy House Spa – Broadway, Cotswolds
The Dormy House Spa was created by the award winning London Spa designers Sparcstudio and Howard Spa Consulting. Spa facilities are gorgeous with a lavender sauna, salt-infusion steam room, hot tub, solarium and a 16 meter infinity pool on the ground floor that is candlelit on all sides. There is also a glass pavilion upstairs where you can gaze out into the scenic landscape, a state of the art gym and Champagne Nail Parlour.
Signs in the spa tell you to to, “Switch off your mobile phone and come to our senses.” Treatments at the spa are from the brand Natura Bisse, Temple Spa and Pure Massage, with over 50 treatments to choose from.
Dormy House Hotel Details
The hotel has recently had a multi-million pound refurbishment. This hotel has 40 bedrooms all individual, airy, comfortable, with all the mod cons and decorated to a high standard, many still with original features. All rooms have both contemporary and traditional furnishings.
Some of the rooms in the house feature exposed stone walls and beams. The entry-level rooms have enough space for a table and chair. Rose Cottage, of one of the 20 rooms in adjacent wings if perfect for couples with it’s own hot tub. The Courtyard suites have Scandinavian design.
All rooms offer king-sized beds, Nespresso machines, iPod docks, tablets where you can order room service and learn about the local area, and bathrooms with Temple Spa products.
- Fitness centre
- Golf course
- Room service
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free breakfast
- Free parking
- Room service
- Clay pigeon shooting
- Quad biking
- Broadway Golf Course (sessions can be arranged by hotel)
- Pets allowed
- Bicycle rental
- Non smoking rooms
Double or twin rooms for two persons per night including VAT, dinner and full English breakfast from £230. Dinner B&B from £270 including VAT.
This hotel is located on a lane near the top of the Cotswold escarpment and above the village of Broadway, offering views of the Vale of Eversham. Dormy House is part of the 400-acre Farncombe Estate, where there are tons of walking trails (long and short) with lots of woodland to explore.
Moreton-in-Marsh station is a 12-minute taxi ride south.
At the Dormy House Hotel & Spa in Broadway, you are close to the Regency terraces of Cheltenham, the theatre of Stratford-upon-Avon (25 minutes’ drive), Broadway Golf Club (one mile away) and also some of the most beautiful gardens and villages of the Cotswolds.
Style & character
Log fires, open brickwork, flagstone floors and exposed beams. Contemporary design meets Cotswold chic. The design of this property feels like a stylish home. The owners have Nordic origins and hotel furnishings are Scandi-chic. There is an emphasis on clean lines and quiet colours. At the heart of the hotel is a 17th-century farmhouse with a big stone fireplace and flagstone floors.
Service and Facilities at Dormy House Hotel & Spa
Impressive, friendly and efficient service.
Yes, the hotel welcomes families. There are cots and foldout beds, high chairs in the restaurant and a special ‘Dormy Club Grub’ menu for children. There are also kids’ hours at the House Spa pool 9.00 to 10.30am and 4.00 to 5.30pm.
Dining here is heaven since Dormy House is at the centre of the Cotswolds gastronomic map, with two incredible dining experiences. The Garden Room Restaurant offers afternoon tea and evening dining (fine dining without all the fuss). It is known for it’s tasting menu, featuring chef Ryan Swift’s signature Tamworth pig with sage and onion ice cream.
The Potting Shed Restaurant offers brasserie classics like steaks and risottos, perfect for local grub and a down-to-earth dining experience around a large welcoming bar. The Greenhouse Cafe, located in the spa, offers light salads and lunches and the opportunity for a glass of champagne.
Breakfast includes a buffet where you can expect fresh fruit, muesli, cereal, cold meats, cheese and pastries. You can also get cooked options at breakfast like eggs Florentine, waffles and porridge.
Dormy House Spa Hotel Location
Willersey Hill, Broadway WR12 7LF, England
Superb stay Stunning location , wonderful to have found this true Cotswold treasure . The attic room is a real treat .. luxury .Slight mix up with treatments however staff couldn’t do enough to resolve the issues .Thank you to Hannah for a wonderful massage , Carlos and Nicky for great bar entertainment , Suzanna for bending over backwards to look after us , the lady in the green room ( sorry I didn’t ask your name ) and all of the staff for making my birthday so memorable !Highly recommended for a relaxing and fantastic atmosphere whether you prefer to spa or lounge around an open fire !Elle T12/19/2018
Very nice hotel First impressions are that Dormy is a set beautifully and a lovely looking property. Greeted by the fire in the lounge as we made our way to reception. Given a glass of fizz while we checked in which was a nice touch. The spa is small compared to places like Pennyhill Park but has a nice pool, treatment areas and outdoor hot tub. Limited loungers around the pool but we enjoyed the chance to relax.We stayed for one night (The Den) and our room was very well appointed, a good size with lounge area. Bed was huge, comfortable with high standard of bedding.Booked dinner in the casual restaurant (Potting Shed?) and this was the only under whelming experience of our trip. We ordered the roast turkey and it was very average. Nothing wrong with it but only 3 roast potatoes not my idea of a sunday roast! Breakfast however in the garden room was a nice experience, relaxing to read the paper and order a breakfast from the menu which was very tasty.All in all, a very nice hotel, staff very pleasant and worth a visit. Perhaps I'd have dinner in the garden room if I stayed again.RJhols12/21/2018
Midweek Birthday Voucher I had heard many great things about this place over several years both pre re- development and post. We were thrilled with expectation as we pulled in to the car park. Our entry into the hotel was a little understated as we were expecting someone to rush towards us to take our luggage as we climbed the steep steps to the front door. We entered and worked out where reception is located ( there’s public rooms in the lobby area) . After waiting for several minutes due to other guests in front of us we were finally greeted and offered a very welcome glass of champagne. Pleasant touch . Rule of house- rooms never available for early arrivals which we understood. Luggage taken off us and placed in our room later .We headed off to the conservatory bar for a glass of wine and spot of lunch before making use of the spa / leisure facilities.The structure and set up of the entire place is quite splendid. The Spa is the jewel in the crown . The facilities are sumptuous.I’m not a treatment groupie but enjoyed the various steam rooms/ sauna / ice / pool and outside hot tub ( despite rain).The one criticism is that outside of good weather ie: height of Summer- when guests confined inside; there’s not much space a per pro guest ratio. We took the last 2 loungers and as new guests arrived from early afternoon you saw their faces screw up as they realised there’s nowhere to sit and relax pre or post treatments .Our room ( classed as a Cozy) was delightful. Spacious. Slight criticism - Most of rooms are outside so you brave whatever the weather is throwing at you ( yes umbrellas are provided but it’s not very dignified in keeping with setting and desired ambiance).We were there under a voucher system with dinner bed and breakfast but with a twist . Dinner was a tasting menu of Cotswolds fayre. This was all confirmed on arrival by receptionist.It’s a pity however that that wasn’t communicated to the Chef because on arrival at the restaurant we were greeted with the comments of ‘ Not available ‘ and ‘ Never heard of it ‘ and a 25 minute wait before being offered a drink.This was the major let down for us . We were expecting comparable standards in the restaurant and it’s really not there .We suffered constant inefficiencies from various staff across the hotch potch of a meal .The wine list is dramatically expensive! The wine on our in the other bars are not promoted ( as cheaper- slightly) such that entry level is well over £30 a bottle.I remembered an pleasant white we’d had at lunchtime and requested that to be brought through but it’s not offered !!!Tacky exploitation.The food that we ate was however all very well presented and attractive and delicious.Breakfast staff were in a different class. Bright . Helpful. Service all good .Yes we enjoyed our stay overall but the place as a business is underperforming in the restaurant with serving staff. It’s endemic in these types of hotel that are reaching out to high end market but can’t quite join all the dots .RedorDead5812/06/2018
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