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Calcot Barnsley House

Calcot Barnsley House Calcot Spa 1984 2004 1995 1984 1995 Starting in 1984, the company sprang to life In 1995, Calcot was purchased from the with the development of Calcot Manor from Ball family by Michael and Louisa Stone, a small farmhouse into a 7 bedroom country who reside near Calcot at Ozleworth Park. house hotel. Over the years as the hotel has The next generation of the family (Charles developed, it has come to offer 35 rooms, Stone, Andrew Stone and Nicky Farquhar) 2 restaurants, a fabulous Spa and moreover, are now all directors and shareholders in it has managed to carve a niche offering the business. of "luxury" stays to families. 2004 The award-winning Calcot Spa opened in 2004. Its stunning design features a wonderful internal courtyard with a wood burning fire in front of a slate-lined spa pool. The interior is flooded with natural light and includes a spa lounge overlooking the courtyard, with luxurious changing rooms, 16 metre swimming pool, gym, studio and treatment rooms.

Barnsley Spa The Painswick 2009 The Village Pub 2016 Lord Crewe 2012 Arms T H E C A L C O T S T O R Y 2009 In 2009, the company took its first steps towards becoming a collection and acquired Barnsley House just north of Cirencester, along with The Village Pub, right opposite. Barnsley is our little bit of romance and offers 18 really top-end bedrooms, a stunning Spa, idyllic gardens and an up-to-date feel, whilst the pub across the road is home to 6 "posh" rooms and some great British fayre, at affordable prices. 2012 In 2012 we decided to go a little off-piste and took on the lease of The Lord Crewe Arms in Northumberland. A short five-hour drive from the mothership, it has a beautiful backdrop and fantastic history. After two years of refurbishment, the hotel opened in the Spring of 2014 as a pub-with-restaurant-and-rooms. 2016 Number four in the Collection is our most recent purchase, The Painswick, nestled into the hillside in the village of Painswick. It positions itself as the Collection’s first restaurant-with-rooms, offering expert cooking, 16 bedrooms treated to a touch of quirky luxury and two rather lovely treatment rooms.