About The Hotel at Petwood
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Quite the homeliest and welcoming hotel I have ever come across.
Mr. M. Neale

The Hotel

Originally built as the home of an Edwardian baroness, it later became home to the 617 Squadron – more commonly known as the Dambusters – when the Petwood was requisitioned by the RAF in the Second World War. Today, the Squadron Bar is dedicated to this group of men and makes an interesting port of call for those visiting the region for historical aviation tours.

The compelling sense of history when visiting the Petwood epitomises the hotel’s appeal. Extensive oak panelling and a beautifully hand-carved staircase exhibit some of the building’s original features around which the hotel has been sympathetically developed.

The open fire in the Drawing Room invites guests to relax and unwind. The Dining Room offers a traditional dining experience for those who enjoy formality whereas the Terrace Bar offers a more relaxed dining experience.

As a hotel, the Petwood has established a reputation over many years as a popular wedding venue, offering beautiful grounds and an attractive backdrop against which to record the memories of a greatly treasured day.

Please note that the Petwood Hotel is not associated with the Petwood caravan park.


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