Argyll and Bute Rambling Accommodation
Walking Cottages and Accommodation in , Argyll and Bute
Old Court Hotel
Built around 1570, the Old Court Hotel has a rich history with previous owners including Thomas Gwillim who was ADC to General Wolfe at the battle of Quebec and John Graves Simcoe who was the first Governor General of Upper Canada and founder of the City of Toronto.
The Old Court Hotel retains the feel of an authentic and inviting Old English Inn, full of 16th Century character. The hotel has two well stocked bars, a beautiful Tudor Dining Room restaurant, a large function room for weddings and special celebrations, a cosy lounge, an all weather conservatory which leads on to a large patio area and beautifully kept gardens. Our hotel accommodation features many period rooms including three with Four Poster beds.
As well bed & breakfast we also offer self-catering accommodation in our holiday apartments and 3 bedroom holiday cottage. The Old Court Hotel sits within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just a short walk of the hotel is the majestic River Wye, which meanders through Symonds Yat and the magnificent Wye Gorge, providing some of the best views in Herefordshire.