As you would expect from such a beautiful building, there are some wonderful reception rooms with high ceilings, period details, chandeliers, flagstone floors and open fireplaces. The large Drawing Room is the heart of the house and embodies what Bibury Court is all about with wood panelled walls, a beautiful wooden floor, huge open fireplace, high plasterwork ceiling hung with pretty chandeliers and glorious views out of the mullioned windows, with window seats tucked snugly underneath. A little bit of laid back luxury.
The Conservatory is flooded with natural daylight and feels as though you are dining in the garden itself whilst The Oak Room is elegant and more formal, perfect for evening dining, with lovely views across the front of the property and the Great Lawn.
The Art Deco Bar is next to the Drawing Room and has plenty of comfortable seating with views across the gardens, a great place to settle down with friends for a drink or start the evening with a pre dinner cocktail whilst The Study is more intimate, ideal for private dining or some quiet time. The Billiard Room is tucked away by the Drawing Room with views out to the front and the riverside terrace - ideal for a game, a meeting, small conference or private dining.
There are 18 en-suite bedrooms in the house, with wonderful views across the grounds which wrap around the property. To the front is the Great Lawn, the rolling hills and the River Coln. To the rear are the walled riverside gardens and the pretty Secret Garden, the river and the stunning Saxon church and to the side is the riverside terrace. On the grounds floor, the reception rooms are connected by a tall, flagstone hallway and from the inner hallway a grand, sweeping staircase leads up to the bedrooms.
We get many enquiries about the striking wallpaper that you'll see at the hotel, and around this website. It is made by Lewis & Wood ( telephone 01453 878 517 ) and is called "Adam's Eden", designed by Adam Calkin.