Wolsey Lodge at Westward in Sudeley

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The views from this beautiful Georgian Cotswold stone house, once visited by George III, are only revealed on arrival, across the lovely gardens to the lake and the far side of the glorious Sudeley valley. In this tranquil setting, the Wilsons delight in sharing their very English home.

The traditionally furnished drawing room and dining room are for guests' exclusive use. In winter, the drawing room has a roaring log fire, whilst in summer, these rooms open out onto the terrace and lovingly tended garden which comes to life in vibrant colour.

Three warm, comfortable bedrooms, each with en suite bath and thermostatic shower are furnished in distinctive period style. Hot water capacity is ample, having been specified with guests in mind! All beds are king size, whilst the Blue and Green rooms can be set up with two single 3 foot beds.

Wolsey Lodge at Westward in Sudeley

Wolsey Lodge at Westward in Sudeley features on the following Unique British Tour(s):

Castles, Manors and Pubs Tour
Indulge your aesthetic pleasures in locations strictly for the romantically inclined. Historic and moated castles like Leeds, Bodiam, Arundel, Bolebroke and Hever, Great houses like Parham, Penshurst, Petworth, Uppark, Knole, Chartwell and Ightham Mote built for great Englishmen.

Ghosts, Witches and Legends
We visit England's most haunted village in Kent, a Tudor mansion that boasts fourteen ghosts and hear devilish tales of ghosts and strange happenings in ancient, half-timbered inns.

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