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Who does not dream of a country life? Imagine a charming grade 1 Elizabethan Manor House with lichen covered stone window frames, hidden from the modern world behind ancient beech woods. Beautiful Arabian horses and pheasants roam freely as you approach Combe House along a winding mile long drive through lush pastures and meadows. Many of scattered farms on the Estate's three and a half thousand acres of private woodland are mentioned in the Domesday Book and retrain the timeless beauty of a rich past. To discover Combe concealed amid its rich broad leaved woodland, surrounded by enchanting gardens and the distant murmurings of traditional rural life, is to find something very special, something you may never have known were you looking for until you found it, like falling in love for the very first time. It is easy to understand why the Editor of the Good Hotel Guide 2001 listed Combe Hotel as one of the most romantic hotels in Great Britain and why the hotel was recognised by Conde Nast Johansens 'Most Excellent Service' UK award.