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Country-Manor type hotel between Cardiff and London

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I'd like to end a trip to London with my 13-year old daughter at a country manor-type of hotel unlike anything she's every experienced here in the States. We have 2 nights to spend -- she'd like to do a day trip during that time to Cardiff (she's a Dr. Who fan!) and then we'll fly out of Heathrow on the 3rd day. Something between London and Cardiff would be ideal -- if not midway, I'd prefer closer to Heathrow to take the stress out of leaving. I've had some wonderful suggestions near London, but am willing to branch out a little. I'm willing to spend $500-700 a night.

Quite a few places I've researched have restrictions in the dining rooms, pools, etc. for children under 16, so I've excluded them. I am currently looking at Pennyhill Park outside London and Limewood in New Forest, but am concerned the latter may be difficult to get to and from. Other suggestions???

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