Impney Estate A38
Chateau Impney was built in the 19th Century as a gift from local salt tycoon John Corbett to his wife and to this day retains all of the grandeur and elegance that he intended from the buildings inception. Occupying 155 acres of its own land Chateau Impney is considered one of the best hotels in the heart of England. The Chateau comprises 65 en suite bedrooms, all with TV, tea coffee making facilities and direct dial telephone as well as Jasons Carving Room which offers a wide selection of traditional cooked and carved meats as well as an impressive a la carte menu.
Corbetts Tavern provides the ideal atmosphere to relax and enjoy a beer after a long day. Chateau Impney also offers extensive conference and meeting facilities and a set of full size outdoor tennis courts
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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