Rounceval House Hotel
Rounceval House is a stylish Grade II listed building first built around 1670 and redeveloped by the Georgians in about 1750 to form the house it is today.
It is rumoured that at one stage prisoners were accommodated in our cellar overnight! We can of course promise a much more pleasurable stay.
Rounceval House Hotel opened in 2003 following an extensive refurbishment which turned this magnificent building into a very comfortable country house hotel. The House has a welcoming relaxed atmosphere - a real home from home.
The 10 bedrooms, all en-suite, have been tastefully modernised to a high standard and include colour TV, direct dial telephone with free wireless broadband access, clock radio alarm and tea/coffee making facilities. We offer an extensive breakfast using fresh local produce. Most importantly we have our own on site car park.
The house has a wealth of character with old oak beams, original fireplaces, and an oak staircase. There is also a bar and sitting room with cable TV, and a garden, for guests to enjoy. Bedrooms and the dining room are non-smoking.
Our extensive breakfast each day is produced using fresh local produce.
Opening Hours: Check in from 2pm
Check out before 11am
Breakfast weekdays 7am to 9.30am
Breakfast weekends 8am to 9.30am
Last Check in 10pm