Barnsley House

The Cotswolds, Middle England

A romantic Cotswold Hills country retreat

Barnsley House is a romantic country house built in 1697, located in the charming Cotswold Hills village of Barnsley.  Once home to the internationally-acclaimed garden designer Rosemary Verey, this luxury hotel now offers 18 beautiful letting bedrooms, most of which overlook, or open onto the world-famous gardens and include the much photographed Laburnam Arch.  Tucked away in the secluded grounds and a short stroll down a winding path from the main house is their gorgeous Garden Spa. The Potager restaurant offers delicious food inspired by the extensive kitchen gardens.

4 AA red Star Country House Hotel
2 AA Rosettes

At a glance

  • 17th Century Country House
  • World-famous gardens and Laburnam Arch
  • 18 beautiful guest rooms
  • Accomplished dining in the Potager Restaurant
  • Secluded garden spa
  • Traditional Village Pub nearby

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