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Tortworth Court Four Pillars Hotel

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Tortworth Court is a beautiful grade 11 listed Mansion, set in 30 acres of landscaped and glorious parkland. All public rooms have been painstakingly and sympathetically restored to their former glory and these restorations are complemented by the comforts and facilities expected by our discerning business and leisure guests. We offer 189 stylishly furnished bedrooms and suites, with a variety of rooms ranging from standard to deluxe and four poster rooms, as well as those adapted to guests with special needs.

The Orangery restaurant offers an AA Rosette fine dining menu based around locally sourced and organic produce. Moretons restaurant is housed in the splendid Library and Church rooms of the main house serving an excellent table d’hote menu that changes on a daily basis, allowing the chef best use of seasonal produce. The Peel’s leisure centre has an impressive array of facilities, including a 12 meter indoor swimming pool, spa bath, gym, sauna, steam room and Langtry’s Spa offers a wide range of treatments.

The impressive array of conference rooms, range from a main suite that can seat 400 theatre style and divides into four rooms, to 10 syndicate rooms in the main house, seating from 6-40 delegates.

Additional Facilities
Brunel’s and Atrium Bars
Japanese style drawing room
Langtry’s Spa and Peels Leisure Club: gymnasium, 12 metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room and Elemis beauty treatments
Extensive conference and banqueting facilities
Outdoor and indoor team-building activities
Extensive and convenient car parking
TV in all Rooms with Satellite Channels
Arboretum and Gardens: Nestled within 30 acres of private parkland and gardens, its distinctive charm is as quintessentially English as it is extraordinary making this one of Britain’s finest Arboretums with some 300 rare and protected trees.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Stars; AA Rosette for the Orangery Restaurant; Green Tourism Business Scheme Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 189
Number Ensuite: 189

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Bed & Breakfast
Double: From £98
Single: From £69
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Name: Moretons / The Orangery
Cuisine: British food with a modern twist
Awards: AA Rosette for the Orangery Restaurant

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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
Swimming Pool
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
MiniBar - some suites
Conference/Business Facilities

Special Offers

Winter Offer
Available between 2nd January 2011 and 31st January 2011
Stay 2 nights and save 20%

Offers posted Wed 15th Dec 2010

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Sample Menu:

Watercress soup, leek and pancetta madeleine
Grilled mackerel with rhubarb and horseradish
New season English asparagus, gammon, garden mint hollandaise
Carpaccio of beef, rocket, Parmigiano (T)
Brixham scallops, Saxon Farm pork belly, fennel, bramley apple and mustard sauce
Deep fried Cerney goat cheese, Waldorf salad (V)

Steamed fillet of wild Brixham sea bass with lemon, dill, potato and pea butter sauce
Beignets of cauliflower, apple and parmesan salad, sherry and caper sauce (V)
Tortworth Estate Sirloin of beef, shallot marmalade, celeriac puree, port essence (T
Trio of Tortworth lamb, noisette, rump, faggot with savoy cabbage, white truffle mash (T)
Gressingham duck breast, spiced couscous, spinach, apricot and mint sauce
Stuffed maize fed chicken, ratatouille, tomato and onion gravy
Roast Cornish landed cod with red pepper crumb, chorizo risotto

Mascarpone and raspberry crème brulèe
Butter milk panacotta, baked cardoman and orange figs
Bitter Valrhona chocolate tart, parsnip ice cream
Baked meringue, banana, passion fruit and clotted cream
Pimms jelly, spearmint ice cream
Cheese plate: Leonard Stanley Stonehouse mature cheddar, Cerney ash goat’s cheese,
Oxford blue and Simon Weavers organic brie served with apple and rosemary jelly
and Duchy originals

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