Legend has it that The Benedictine monks of Pershore Abbey kept and cured the abbey's fish stocks in caves hewn into the hillside, which soon became known as 'Fish Hill'. The monks may be long gone, but the name they left behind here lives on.
Today the hillside is home to The Fish Hotel, a new kind of value-driven, back-to-nature bolt-hole with a little touch of luxury. Laid out over several quirky buildings in a 'village style' its 68 contemporary country bedrooms are decorated in simple Scandi-style, each easy on the eye and easy on the soul. For those wanting a more unique experience, five beautiful Shepherd Huts complete the portfolio, each with underfloor heating, hot tubs and spectacular views.
why we like the fish hotel
Spectacular views over rolling hills to beautiful Broadway – you really get the feeling you are staying in your own private Cotswold village. We love the new Shepherd Huts and the cool style and relaxed atmosphere of the hotel.
Around The Fish, fields and woodland sprawl in every direction, promising limitless possibilities for adventure. From sedate country strolls along the estate’s network of nature trails to more hardcore hiking and biking, try your hand at archery or even a Segway Safari.
The games room in the Lodge makes a great rainy-day destination or evening entertainment hub; shoot pool, lob darts or just collapse into a beanbag and watch a film.
- Accommodation is in a simple stylish village house or your very own shepherd's hut with all mod-cons and hot tub
- “Feel Good Food” at the relaxed restaurant with dining terrace and outdoor barbecue
- Dedicated activity team to help you plan your own adventures
- Archery and Segway Safari on the estate
On the Farncombe Estate, a short distance from Broadway town and about an hour and a half by car from London. Sister property to Foxhill Manor and Dormy House.