Booking form loading...

Book with one of our team today: 0808 163 9073

The Mark of Quality

The Pear Tree at Purton

Purton, Wiltshire

back to listings
Exclusive use Golf Children welcome Fishing Wedding facilities Dogs accepted Business meetings Tennis courts Wifi facilities

sporting symbols indicate facilities either on site or nearby

Book Hotel

Check in Date

  

Check out Date

  

No. of Adults

No. of Children

Cancel / Modify

Freephone: 0808 163 9073
Outside the UK: +44 (0) 1666 824666

Inclusive
Packages

Our Best
Deal

About The Pear Tree at Purton

In the 16th century a vicarage was built next to the unique twin-towered church of St Mary's. It was partly constructed from a much older monastery, and some of the original stonework can still be seen.

In the early years of this century, the house was moved to its present location, just 400 yards away, and was later reborn as The Pear Tree at Purton, a handsome country house built of Cotswold stone. The Pear Tree at Purton is surrounded by the rolling hills of Wiltshire's famous Vale of the White Horse, and lies not far from the fabled source of the river Thames.

The peaceful atmosphere is enhanced by sunny conservatories, which house the hotel's restaurant, and by views over flower-filled gardens and green meadows from the bedroom windows. Each room is named after a character associated with the village.

Guests can tour The Cotswolds, visit Blenheim Palace and other historic homes or explore the city of Bath. The more energetic can walk over miles of pretty footpaths, or try their hand at croquet, golf and tennis, while those who prefer to take things gently can relax in the gardens, enjoying the scent of stocks, roses and thyme.

Need to Know

Check-in

Check-in at 2.30pm.

Check-out

Check-out at 11.00am.

Also Worth Knowing

Children

Some rooms are large enough to accommodate a Z bed or a cot for small children. For a Z bed there is a charge of £26 per child per night, and for a cot £15. Breakfast is included in the rate, lunch and dinner for children will be charged as taken.

Dogs Welcome

The Pear Tree is delighted to welcome well-behaved dogs. The hotel is set in 7.5 acres, and there are walks of up to a mile from the back of the hotel through woods and over streams without crossing over any roads. By crossing one small country road, there are much longer walks for the fitter and keener dogs and owners. Dogs are provided with a bowl, welcome chews, and a large bottle of mineral water. We now supply a bath towel per dog, in case they find the lily pond or wetlands and go swimming.

Hotel Facilities

Room facilities

All the rooms have private bathrooms with showers; many have spa baths. They also have direct dial telephones, digital television, ducks, hairdryer, trouser press, safes, CD radio and free Wi-Fi, kettle trays, fresh fruit and home-made shortbread.

The Gardens

The Pear Tree's beautiful gardens are a perfect place to relax with stunning herbaceous borders, and include a wild flower meadow, wetlands, and a vineyard with 600 vines.

Dining

The Award-winning Conservatory Restaurant

The award-winning Conservatory Restaurant serves modern British food using the finest, often local, ingredients. Head Chef Alan Postill specialises in modern English cooking using the very best of fresh ingredients and served in the elegant restaurant. His food has been the recipient of many awards, including two rosettes from the AA.

Opening times

  • Lunch: served daily from 12.00-2.00pm
  • Dinner: served daily from 6:30-9:30pm

Room service

Limited for hot food.

Late Bookings at The Pear Tree at Purton

Tariff at The Pear Tree at Purton

Guide price: Double room for two persons per night including a full Wiltshire breakfast, newspaper, free WiFi and VAT from £119-£205.

For best available rates call 0800 089 3929

Contact The Pear Tree at Purton

Address

Church End, Purton, Wiltshire, SN5 4ED

Reservations:

0808 163 9073

Enquiries:

01793 772 100

Email:

stay@peartreepurton.co.uk

Proprietors:

Anne Young

Website:

www.peartreepurton.co.uk

For further information or queries please contact 0808 163 9073

Directions

Directions by road

Take Junction 16 from the M4, following signs south to Wootton Bassett and then to Purton. Turn right in the village at the Spar grocery shop and after a large 'S' bend The Pear Tree is 50 metres further on, after the left turn and on the left-hand side.

The hotel is a five-mile taxi ride from Swindon railway station.

Directions by air

London Heathrow (LHR): 75 miles.

Find directions from your location

The Pear Tree at Purton - nearby attractions

Stone Circles at Avebury

The world famous, fascinating and prehistoric stone circles at Avebury are a World Heritage Site which were reopened following a major transformation for a new BBC series, The Manor Reborn. The circles can be explored via guided tours or at your own leisure. It is the largest stone circle in the world and the mystery still lies unsolved as to why this and Stone Henge were originally created. More information can be found on the National Trusts website.

Cotswolds Steam Railway Museums

In the heart of the former Swindon Railway works is the museum of the Great Western Railway. The building itself is a restored Grade II building and inside you can find out the story of the women and men who built and travelled on the railway. It is often referred to by historians and railway fans as 'God's Wonderful Railway.

Bowood House in The Cotswold

Fantastic family day outs for the whole family can be had at Bowood House & Gardens. The attraction is famous for having the UKs best adventure playgrounds, as well as the Tractor Ted's Little Farm where there is a host of friendly animals you can get face to face with. Elsewhere on the grounds there are over 100 acres of parkland, a lake, and the house itself with an extensive collection of art. The Rhododendron Walks are available during the spring (late April to early June).

Meetings at The Pear Tree at Purton

Day delegate rate: from £49.50
24-hour delegate rate: from £179.50

Maximum number of delegates:
30 (boardroom style)
60 (theatre style)

Weddings at The Pear Tree at Purton

If you are looking for an intimate and elegant wedding day then The Pear Tree at Purton is the place for you. Set in seven and a half acres of beautiful gardens including a vineyard, Buddleia Walk, copse of native oaks, wetlands and an award-winning wildflower meadow, there is no more tranquil location to celebrate your special day.

Although there is easy access from the M4, allowing guests travelling from further afield to attend your special day, the hotel itself is in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside. The Pear Tree at Purton offers that extra special personal attention to ensure your day is perfect and exactly how you imagine it will be.

Need to Know

Wedding Brochure

View The Pear Tree at Purton wedding brochure

Wedding Facilities
& Features

John Veysey Suite - max. 50 guests

The John Veysey Suite, which overlooks the garden, has two spectacular crystal chandeliers

Library - max. 12 guests

The Library which boasts a fireplace dating from 1430 can accommodate an intimate Wedding Ceremony within its walls.

Wedding Menu
Options

We offer many options for food, from a simple lunch or dinner using dishes from the Conservatory Restaurant menus, through to a bespoke wedding breakfast. For a simpler affair we can offer afternoon tea or buffet meals. These can be served either in the John Veysey Suite, the Garden Room or our Conservatory Restaurant.

Wedding Packages

Our packages are bespoke with room hire rates starting from £200.00 (not including the Registrar’s fees). We are available for exclusive use on certain weekends of the year.

Civil Ceremonies

The Pear Tree is licensed for civil ceremonies.

Wedding Planning
Services

Planning services are not available.

Exclusive use at The Pear Tree at Purton

Max Capacity: 34
Cost per night: £10000
Min cost per person: n/a