The Guyers House Hotel

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The Guyers House Hotel, Corsham

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Guyers House is a charming Cotswold stone house set in 12 acres of lovely gardens and grounds surrounded by farmland. It is perfect for relaxing wether you are for business or leisure. The garden is classically English with lovely spacious green lawns rose hoops lily ponds orchards avenues of clipped yew and colourful walled herbaceous borders.

Our newly opened Restaurant which has just been awarded rosette status from the AA offers superb cooking at reasonable prices. Our restaurant has also been bestowed with a Breakfast Award from Visit England. A set and a la carte menu are available for lunch and dinner.

A lounge and bar menu is also available. Guyers House has the highest standards of service and cuisine and the majority of our guests that stay come from personal recommendations. Guyers house has its own conference suite and is also a perfect location for weddings.

 4 star rating

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