Woolley Grange

At a glance

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Part of the Luxury Family Hotels collection, Woolley Grange has a host of activities for children as well as an Ofsted registered crèche.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The hotel has good leisure facilities and a wide collection of treatments. Including outdoor swimming pool and terrace

  • Restaurant


    Catering to children but without compromising on style, the restaurant serves a fusion of British and international cuisine.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Located just outside the medieval wool town of Bradford-on-Avon, and within driving distance of the beautiful city of Bath, there are plenty of places to visit.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Surrounded by fourteen acres of private land and the Wiltshire countryside beyond, part of the appeal here is the view across rolling green countryside.


Woolley Grange

Woolley Grange Hotel, Woolley Green, Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire,
BA15 1TX

Spa & Leisure

Surrounded by a walled garden, the contemporary spa is a soothing environment that is quite literally characterised by earthy hues having been constructed from bath stone and natural oak timber. Full length glass windows surround the pool, while other facilities include a sauna, steam room, relaxation area, juice bar and outdoor decking area to enjoy with a book in the summer months.

The treatments embody a similarly earthy ethos using organic [Comfort Zone] products that draw on herbs, flowers and vegetable ingredients to provide naturally glowing effects. Catering to every individual, there are also teen collections, bootcamp treatments, facials and massages for men, and Mama Mio treatments especially for mums-to-be.

Hotel & Accommodation

Having been created on the premise of giving families a luxury hotel option, Woolley Grange boasts a crèche and child-friendly environment throughout including large, contemporary suites to provide ample space and interconnecting rooms. Most rooms are in the main building of the Jacobean Manor House, looking out onto fourteen acres of landscaped gardens and Wiltshire countryside! Additional rooms are in the modern outbuildings that include the Stone Cottage and Coach House.

Providing food that suits the whole family when you are away from home is always a bit tricky, but Head Chef Mark Bradbury prides himself on creating a menu that fuses the best of British with international trends in a more formal dining area for grown-ups, as well as a children’s menu available in The Orangery, and for very little ones, a children’s High Tea at 5.30pm.