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Pear Tree at Purton
Church End
Purton

Swindon
Wiltshire

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Formerly the Vicarage, this elegant Cotswold stone hotel is set in seven acres on the outskirts of the Saxon village of Purton which nestles in the Vale of the White Horse between the Cotswolds and the Marlborough Downs.

The Pear Tree sits in over 7 and a half acres of formal gardens, a wild flower meadow, wetlands. a vineyard, giant chess and croquet. Purton is famed for its unique twin towered Parish Church and the ancient hill fort of Ringsbury Camp. The hotel is surrounded on all sides by Wiltshire farmland with dozens of interesting country walks across fields, over streams and through woodlands.

The award winning conservatory restaurant is the perfect setting in which to enjoy excellent English cuisine using the best of fresh ingredients cooked with style and flair often seasoned with herbs from the hotel's own kitchen garden.

Luxury accommodation. Each of the seventeen individually decorated rooms and suites is named after a character associated with the village of Purton. All are fitted to a high standard and have hairdryer, trouser press, bathrobes and a host of other luxuries.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars 81%
AA 2 Rosttes
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Number of Rooms: 17
Number Ensuite: 17

Price per Room:

Price Includes: accommodation, full Wiltshire breakfast, newspaper, free wi-fi and VAT.
Double: 109
Suite: 139 - 200
Four Poster: 149
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Restaurant

Name: Conservatory
Cuisine: Modern British
Chef: Alan Postill
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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