Shaw Hill Hotel
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Apart from being surrounded by undulating acres of a woodland park golf course, Shaw Hill sits like a magnificent jewel at the top.
This glorious stone mansion was built circa 1700 by the Crosse family and amazingly is still a family run business. There are 30 individually styled bedrooms which vary in size and positioning, gently reflecting the period of the building. All rooms are en-suite and facilities include telephone, TV, hospitality tray and 24 hour room service. Most rooms include trouser press, ironing boards are available on request.
The accommodation is set over three floors with a spiralling staircase and glittering chandeliers. Due to the nature of the building there is no lift access to the floors so should you have difficulty with stairs please request ground floor rooms when booking. All public areas of the hotel have wheelchair access. We have a range of packages from bed and breakfast, dinner inclusive, spa and golf breaks, conference/ delegate and corporate rates.
Vardons, our fine dining restaurant offers classical dishes with a modern twist. Our head chef prides himself on using high quality locally sourced produce where possible to produce the ultimate dining experience for every occasion. Our golf course, founded in 1923 as a nine hole course, has been substantially improved to the splendid 18 hole par 72 championship golf course of today set in 192 acres of mature parkland, frequented by Nick Dougherty who grew up playing on the course. Membership now available in all categories.
In addition we have a fully equipped leisure club, housing a large swimming pool, sauna, steam room, jaccuzzi, gymnasium, fitness classes, personal trainer, tanning beds, beauty salon, hair salon and golf pro shop along with golf professional. In the main hotel we also have a snooker room - with a snooker pro available for private lessons or group tips etc on request - local charges apply for snooker pro.
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