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Corse Lawn House Hotel
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Charmingly situated in the Severn Valley between the Cotswolds, the Malverns and the Forest of Dean.
Corse Lawn House Hotel is an elegant Queen Anne Grade II Listed building, set back from the village green and fronted by an unusual ornamental pond (originally built as a coach wash into which you could drive and turn a stage and four horses) and surrounded by twelve acres of its own gardens and fields.
The house has belonged to the Hine family (of Cognac fame) since 1978, and during that time has been carefully extended, refurbished and restored to create a stunningly attractive Country House Hotel with eighteen beautiful bedrooms, all individually furnished, many with antiques, and all with private bathrooms, colour TV, telephone, hair dryer and trouser press.
The hotel still revolves around the restaurant but Baba Hine who has been chef/proprietess here for over thirty years, has handed over her kitchen to Andrew Poole and Martin Kinahan, who have worked beside her for many years and are now running the kitchen with great success and keeping to food flag flying for Corse Lawn. Meanwhile Baba is running the Front of House with Gilles, Ludo and Vikki, all of whom have been at Corse Lawn for many years, and so are familiar faces to our many regulars. There is a relaxed which together with superb food and wine make the hotel a perfect place to unwind and relax.
On arrival you will find your larger-than-average bedroom, filled with Hine family antiques as well as thoughtful details such as bathrobes, a bowl of fresh fruit, freshly ground coffee, tea and home-made biscuits, all as standard.