The Pear Tree at Purton

The Pear Tree at Purton closed down on January 2nd, 2018. More

Contact details

The Pear Tree at Purton
Church End
Purton
Wiltshire
SN5 4ED
England
01793 772100

Hotel information

Bedrooms

17. 6 on ground floor.

Open

all year except 25/26 Dec, restaurant closed Mon.

Facilities

lounge/bar, library, conservatory restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), function/conference facilities, civil wedding licence, 7½-acre grounds (croquet, pond, vineyards, wildflower meadow, jogging route).

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed, not under 12 in restaurant after 8.30 pm.

Dogs

allowed, not unattended in bedrooms, not in restaurant.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2017] per room B&B £110–£151, D,B&B £165–£220. À la carte £38.

Good Hotel Guide Review

The Pear Tree at Purton closed down on January 2nd, 2018. It has had an entry in the Guide for many years. Anne Young, the owner, who has retired after more than 30 years helping customers, says: ‘making happy memories for guests has been a pleasure.’

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The Pear Tree at Purton
Church End
Purton
Wiltshire
SN5 4ED

Guest comments

'Twelve years ago my wife and I celebrated our 60th birthdays with a weekend at the Pear Tree with 20 of our close family. It was magical because of the warmth of our welcome, the way we were looked after, and the quality of food and accommodation. This year was our 50th wedding anniversary: we decided to repeat the experience, and took over the whole hotel. We were amazed how Anne Young and her team were able to find the records of which guest had slept in which bedroom so that they could be offered the same room again. The staff were amazingly helpful. The Pear Tree is maintained to a very high standard. The gardens are beautiful. The epitome of a perfect British family-run country hotel. ' - David Leibling - August, 2016
'Every bit as excellent as the current GHG entry implies: warm welcome, efficient staff, delightful rooms (rather than numbered, each is named after a local person: we got a 19th century sprinter who worked for the railways in Swindon; our friends a local vicar, who once lived in the house); well-kept grounds, including a small vineyard; imaginative dinner. And all fairly reasonably priced at £200 for D,B & B per room. ' - Andrew Warren - May, 2016
'Room, service and food were again excellent. ' - Gwyn Morgan - November, 2014

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