Set in a beautiful country garden, the house itself is a William and Mary Grade II listed building of special architectural and historic interest built around 1690, and converted to a hotel in 1976. The hotel is furnished with antiques and some original works of art.
The bedrooms are splendidly appointed; you will find a truly remarkable collection of antique beds, gorgeously caparisoned.
Attention to detail is to be found in the comfortable rooms. All nineteen are individually styled with antique furniture. Many with four poster, half tester or Victorian brass beds trimmed with Nottingham lace.
The restaurant has an excellent reputation for superb food, and reserving a table is definitely essential especially at weekends.
The Brookhouse Hotel is an independent hotel - it does not go in for awards or ratings. However, it's pedigree is assured by it's entry in the 'Best Loved Hotels' guide, alongside some of the most popular hotels in Great Britain, and by it's enviable reputation amongst locals and visitors alike.
Rolleston on Dove is the quintessential Old English village complete with thatched cottages and a babbling brook running through it. This is the setting for The Brookhouse, standing in a beautiful country garden.