Wesley House has received a new national accolade, with a feature in an exclusive list of just fifty of Britain’s cosiest hotels! It sits alongside The Bath Priory, chic bolthole The Levin in London and Kinloch Lodge on the Isle of Skye.
The Telegraph newspapers national annual guide features a select list of cosy hotels in lovely surroundings, with warm fires, good hearty food and deliciously comfy beds. All of which Wesley House has in abundance and of course an enviable location in the heart of the glorious Cotswolds. This latest national honour really puts Winchcombe on the map, as a must visit destination for food and accommodation in the region.
Mathew Brown, owner of Wesley House is extremely proud that after 25 years, his restaurant with cosy Cotswold rooms is still wowing guests and journalists alike. He commented; “ Here at Wesley House we are passionate about great service, cosy accommodation and delicious local food, all within the surroundings of our 15th century Merchants House in Winchcombe, a quintessential Cotswold town. As an independent family owned business, we are really excited that The Telegraph has featured Wesley House in such a prestigious national list.”
View The Telegraph’s ‘Fifty of Britain’s Cosiest Hotels’ at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/hotels/ukhotels/3709733/Fifty-of-Britains-cosiest-hotels.html