Spa facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Steam Room

At a glance

  • Architecture


    The building as it stands today was built in 1849 from local stone and depicts the era’s fascination with Gothic design.

  • Restaurant


    There are two restaurants using locally sourced produce and showcasing British interior design across the centuries.

  • Golf


    The hotel can arrange for guests to play at nearby Thornbury Golf Centre during their stay.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    In 30 acres of private gardens, the hotel has its own arboretum, while the vista continues into the wider surrounds of the Cotwolds, and remains within easy reach of Bristol.

  • Romantic

    Romantic Location

    The building itself makes Tortworth Court extremely special, with all the fairytale romance of a castle; and that’s before you add in the service and landscaped gardens.

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Break Venue

    The hotel has a range of leisure facilities and treatments, but is not a specialised spa.


Tortworth Court, Wotton-under-Edge, South Gloucestershire,
GL12 8HH

Spa & Leisure

Surrounded by the grounds and design of the 19th century mansion, Peels Spa, Health & Fitness Club at Tortworth Court is a contemporary juxtaposition to the rest of the building. Providing facilities that include a 12 meter swimming pool, a gym, sauna, steam room and spa bath there is space to work out before winding down. Using Jessica and Decléor product lines they also offer a range of treatments including massages, facials, wraps, scrubs, manicures, pedicures, finishing touches, and a collection of treatments for men as well.

Hotel & Accommodation

A Grade II listed Victorian mansion in 30 acres of private gardens, Tortworth Court has a history dating back to 1343 and also played host to Queen Elizabeth on her visit in 1978. Today the four star hotel has three key elements – its gothic architecture, location in the famously picturesque Cotswolds, and all held together by its four star service. Rooms are in three categories, from Standard to Four Poster Double Bedrooms which convey a sense of historic grandeur.

There is one restaurant at the hotel – the oak panelled Moreton’s Restaurant featuring ornate archways and an impressive fireplace, is the fine dining option; while the Atrium Bistro Bar features altogether more contemporary design and a 60 foot high atrium thus morphing from light and airy for lunch and afternoon tea, to a creative hub using lighting effects in the evening.