Mentioned in the Domesday Book as being part of the Abbess of Glastonbury’s estate, the Moonraker (formally The Old Manor Hotel) was originally built in classic Queen Anne style before being upgraded in the 17th century to Bath stone. The Moonraker has 21 beautifully appointed bedrooms, walled gardens, bee hives, rare breed pigs and chickens. Chef Matthew Briddon (River Cafe, Paul Heathcotes) has created mouthwatering dishes using the hotel's kitchen garden and on site smokery.Read about the Legend of 'The Wiltshire Moonrakers'
On Sunday 26th July we will be putting on our wedding clothes and transforming the Moonraker into into a wedding venue for 80 guests with ceremony room and reception room all made up.
If you would like to make an appointing to view please contact Sophie Evans our events Manager who will book you an appointment.
Email Sophie Sophie@moonrakerhotel.com or call her direct line 01225 719 555