09 December 2008 Last Updated: 27 June 2013

By TG staff writer

A brand new, purpose built 43-bedroom hotel and spa is set to open at Bowood G&CC in Wiltshire next May.

The new addition to the impresssive  2,000 acre Bowood estate will harness its breathtaking landscape and wide open spaces to present a unique destination resort within rolling Wiltshire countryside.

Historic Bowood has been home to the Lansdowne family since 1754 and features Capability Brown’s Grade I listed parkland.  

Linking up with the existing Bowood Golf & Country Club and set back from the 18-hole championship golf course here, the Bowood Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort will offer six luxury suites among its bedroom inventory, an 82 seat restaurant, a bar and two lounges.

Each of the two lounges will have wood burning fires, with The Morning Room just set back from the hotel entrance and The Library leading into the Shelburne Bar and Restaurant.

With an open, theatre kitchen serving Modern British food, the Shelburne Bar and Restaurant will curve round to join the hotel with the existing golf clubhouse. On the other flank of the hotel, near to the golf course’s driving range will be the Spa, featuring a 15x6 metre swimming pool; gym; rock sauna; crystal steam room and aromatherapy showers.


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