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Bay Tree Hotel

Bay Tree Hotel
Bay Tree Hotel
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You'll find The Bay Tree Hotel nestled on a quaint side street in the Cotswold market town of Burford. Here, history is everywhere, from the heavy oak front door to the well-worn flagstone floor, beams and roaring log fires. The boutique styling of this Cotswold hotel blends seamlessly with the tradition of the stone walls, woven tapestries, antique furniture and pictures. The end result is a Cotswold wedding venue that is truly unique.

We love our hotel and special secret walled garden, and we know you will too - so we've gone all out and arranged a license to hold civil ceremonies here too, followed by a reception for up to 90 guests! Exclusive use weddings are popular here, as we close the doors to the public as soon as the last wedding guest has checked in - The Bay Tree Hotel is then reserved for the celebration of your big day only.

The historic layout of The Bay Tree has resulted in a wonderful collection of rooms that will be perfect for your ceremony, wedding breakfast and a good party! Outside, our walled garden is everything an English country garden ought to be: romantic, intimate and secluded, and with our elegant Summer House positioned right in the middle, you don't get a location better than this for a summer wedding.

Combine all of this with delicious food and fizz, poured by courteous and experience staff, and a dedicated wedding coordinator to guide you through the whole experience, you're guaranteed a wedding to remember.

What's more, with 21 beautifully designed bedrooms and suites, there's no need for carriages at midnight, or even the next day - why not make a weekend of it!

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