DoubleTree by Hilton Cadbury House
The DoubleTree by Hilton Cadbury House is one of the nicest boutique hotels and spas in south-west England. Set within the rolling English countryside, the hotel provides a relaxing getaway only 15 minutes from Bristol Airport and 25 minutes from the city centre.
The original Cadbury House, which is still part of the hotel, was built in the late 1700s as a private residence. It remained a private residence until 1939 when it became a boy’s preparatory school. The school expanded and became co-ed in the 1950s and then in the 1970s, Cadbury house was transformed into a country club. It became a well-known destination for leisure facilities, weddings, functions, and events with many celebrities and professional athletes spending time on the grounds. Finally, in 2003, Cadbury House was purchased by businessman Nick Taplin who invested £26 million to renovate the space into the 132-room boutique hotel that it is today.
While Cadbury House is part of Hilton Worldwide, it is run independently which allows it to provide guests with a more personalised experience. There are a number of amenities available to guests including a full-size fitness centre, pool, hot tub, sauna, and solarium. The hotel is also home to a Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bardolino Italian restaurant, and Marconi Coffee and Juice Bar. A stunning combination of old and new, Cadbury House regularly hosts many special occasions, including weddings, private parties, business events, and dining experiences.