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Tracy Park Golf & Country Hotel Tracy Park Golf & Country Hotel Tracy Park Golf & Country Hotel

Tracy Park Golf & Country Hotel

Near Bath
South Gloucestershire
BS30 5RN
Tel: +44 (0)117 937 1800

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The Park Resort is a hotel resort with two championship 18 hole golf courses set in an area of 'Outstanding Natural Beauty', close to the World Heritage City of Bath and the picturesque villages of the Cotswolds and South Gloucestershire.

The present apperance of the Jacobean house was created in 1808 and was the inspiration for Birtwick Park in the book 'Black Beauty, written by Anna Sewell. The resort accommodation is built of warm, honey coloured limestone and is mostly arranged around a charming courtyard, set just behind the handsome manor house. Every bedroom has oodles of character having been entirely renovated in a chic, enduring, contemporary style.

The beautiful Oakwood Restaurant once a Masonic Lodge is run by award-winning Executive Head Chef Mark Treasure, whose signature dishes include delicious crudités as well as roasted fish of the day, cooked in a Wood Stone oven. In addition, the hotel has its own popular bar, Greens. The Park Resort is one of the most stunningly located Bath hotels, and the 240 acres of attractive parkland feature streams, lakes and ancient 400-year-old oaks.

Also within the park are two of the finest golf courses in the south-west of England: the Crown Course and the Cromwell Course. An impressive setting for business meetings, conferences, social events and weddings, The Park Resort offers a choice of eight meeting and function rooms that can accommodate up to 130 guests for a banquet. Bristol is just 12 miles away from The Park Resort, with Brunel's Clifton Suspension Bridge and SS Great Britain just two of Bristol's world-famous attractions.

Other attractions within easy reach of the Bath hotel include Wells, Glastonbury, Stonehenge, Avebury, Longleat and the National Trust properties of Dyrham Park, Prior Park, Lacock Abbey and Stourhead.

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