Welcome to Woolley Grange!
We hope you will feel at home here and have a great time. If there is anything you need just ask, we are here to help.
We are delighted to be able to welcome you back safely to Woolley Grange. The safety of our guests and staff remains our number one priority and we will continue to adhere to the detailed guidance set out for the hospitality industry. Please follow the link below to find an overview of the key operational initiatives that are in place for your peace of mind.
Beatrix Potter Afternoon Tea
We’ve designed an 'edible garden' afternoon tea to celebrate Beatrix Potter’s wonderful stories and illustrations. Grown-ups and little ones will love touches like Mr McGregor's stolen vegetables, Jemima Puddle-Duck's mini eggs, and even a Peter Rabbit made using the gingerbread recipe from Potter's own recipe book. Call Reception on '0' to book.
Fancy a relaxing spa treatment? Our Spa is located by the Walled Garden and offers a range of Elemis treatments and Jessica Nails manicures and pedicures. Please see the Spa brochure for our list of treatments. Appointments are available 9-8pm daily. To book, dial the Spa Reception on 260.
History of Woolley Grange
Woolley Grange was originally built in 1665 by Francis Randolph. At the time the ground floor consisted of just three rooms but when it was later sold in 1726, the house had been extended and was described as a mansion. It was sold to the Baskerville family who were clothiers. As the years passed the house was extended and to make it what it is today.
Woolley Grange Experiences
Experiences make memories. Whether you're after adventure or relaxation, be inspired with our selection of the best experiences that Woolley and the local area has to offer. Our Woolley Country Festival includes activities such as willow weaving, mocktail making and a 'seed to harvest' garden experience. Venture further afield for kayaking, paddleboarding and climbing.
We are very lucky to be located in this beautiful part of the world. There are three World Heritage UNESCO sites on our doorstep: Bath, Stonehenge and Avebury. To the north and west are The Cotswolds with the pretty villages of Lacock and Castle Coombe on the doorstep, and not forgetting our little medieval town of Bradford on Avon. Have fun exploring!