Corinium Hotel and Restaurant, Cirencester
With a 16th century heart, 15 newly refurbished characterful bedrooms, a town location, garden and car parking. The Corinium Hotel, courtyard bar and restaurant awaits…
The Hotel was built as an Elizabethan wool merchant's house, around 1595, not long after the nearby Abbey, once the richest Augustinian house in the country, was dissolved on the orders of King Henry VIII. A font, gargoyles and other fragments remain within the Hotel's ½ acre site.
Telephone +44 (0)1285 659711
The Fleece Hotel, Cirencester
The Fleece sits proudly at the heart of Cirencester on the Market Square, where it has been welcoming travellers to the town since 1651. It’s been a favourite for visitors to the Cotswolds for many years, and under new owners, Thwaites, it’s about to undergo a transformation to give it a new lease of life this summer.
All 28 bedrooms will be given a complete makeover including new decor and furnishings, whilst retaining the period features that many of the rooms offer.
There is a limited car park for guests, charged at £3 per car per night, alternative parking is available at the Waterloo Car Park to the rear of the hotel, which is free of charge from 6pm – 8am
Ideal base for visits to Westonbirt Arboretum.
Telephone +44 (0)1285 658507
Four Pillars Hotels including the Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel, South Cerney, Cirencester and the Witney Four Pillars
The Four Pillars is a small group of Hotels in the likes of South Cerney, Oxford and Witney.
The South Cerney hotel is a four star hotel near Cirencester enjoying a stunning location in the heart of the Cotswolds, near to Bristol, Cirencester, Swindon and Cheltenham. This luxury Cotswolds hotel has been designed to compliment its surroundings, while retaining all the features of a premier four star hotel. It offers a superb restaurant and luxury Cotswolds spa, as well as a wide range of Cotswolds outdoor activities. The state-of-the-art business facilities can accommodate up to 800 delegates.
While the Witney Four Pillars enjoys position on the edge of the town with convenient links to Oxford and Cheltenham via the A40
The Swan Hotel, Bibury
Standing proud alongside the River Coln is the picturesque Swan Hotel in Bibury. The hotel is the Cotswold idyll featuring beautifully decorated lounges, with real log fires alight during the winter months. Situated in the south Cotswold’s, the hotel is the perfect base for both leisure as well as business.
Bibury was claimed to be one of the prettiest villages in England by the famous Arts and Craft designer, William Morris. The 18 eccentric bedrooms are creatively decorated with luxurious en-suite bathrooms, some with Jacuzzi baths. The elegant Gallery Restaurant renowned for is cuisine and international selection of fine wines.
The Swan Hotel is located near to Cheltenham and Cirencester and is an enjoyable outing.
For details of The Swan Hotel, and other places to stay in Bibury, please visit the Bibury places to stay section of the Bibury website.
Bibury Court Hotel, Bibury
Bibury Court Hotel is a beautiful 18 bedroom Country House set in six acres of gardens and grounds on the edge of the village of Bibury and bounded by the River Coln.
For details of Bibury Court, and other Bibury accommodation, please visit the Bibury accommodation section of the Bibury website.
Chester House Hotel, Bourton-on-the-Water
The Chester House lies in the centre of the Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water, known as "The Venice of the Cotswolds".
The main house dates back to the 19th Century offering a cosy and relaxing environment for our guests to unwind in. It is a privately run hotel, hosted by people who are just waiting to look after you.
Chester House is a non-smoking hotel.
Kings Arms, Stow-on-the-Wold
The Kings Arms is a charming 500 year old coaching inn set in the beautiful village of Stow-on- the-Wold in heart of the Cotswolds. The coaching inn earned its place in history by providing lodging for Charles 1st on the 8th May 1645.
Retaining many of its original features the Kings Arms has two bars and dining areas providing discerning and charming people with a menu that changes daily, an extensive range of fine wines and quality English ales. Only the freshest ingredients are used, locally caught trout, Gloucester Old Spot Pork, local vegetables and fruit creating a menu that's always different, unexpected, surprising and interesting.
Stow Lodge Hotel, Stow-on-the-Wold
Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, Stow Lodge Hotel is centrally located in the historic hill top town of Stow-on-the-Wold, overlooking the market square, with its many unique, interesting, shops and galleries, including the well known Scotts of Stow. One of the hotels major features is its picturesque gardens that during the spring and summer months are full of vibrant colours and wonderful fragrances, where guests can relax, and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
Telephone 01451 830485
The Crown of Crucis, Ampney Crucis, Nr Cirencester
The Crown of Crucis is to be found in a picturesque village setting in the beautiful South Cotswolds near the town of Cirencester known as Corinium in its heyday of Ancient Roman times.
The Crown of Crucis in not just a hotel with bedrooms all overlooking a central Mediterranean Style Courtyard. There is an award-winning restaurant with a loyal following both at lunchtimes and in the evening.
Telephone: +44 (0)1285 851806
Calcot Manor, near Tetbury
Calcot Manor is one of the most highly-acclaimed of today's new breed of British country hotels. A former English farmhouse set around a pretty courtyard of lime trees and ancient stone barns and stables (dating back to the 14th century), Calcot is cuddled by beautiful gardens and its own 220 acre-estate, three miles west of the quiet Cotswold market town of Tetbury in Gloucestershire. The key to Calcot's success is its clever mix of the friendliest hospitality with sophisticated know-how, in an informal and warm fashion. With easy access from the M4 and M5 motorways, Calcot provides outstanding facilities for dining, leisure and business, alongside 30 delightfully plush bedrooms.
Telephone: +44 (0)1666 890391
The New Inn At Coln
The New Inn is located in Coln-St-Aldwyns in the southern heart of the Cotswolds.
The bedrooms are "romantic havens of peace". All the bedrooms are different and each has a charm of its own - much thought has gone into every detail, from the exceptional quality of the beds themselves to all the pampering extras that make a stay so special. Exceptionally well equipped, the bedrooms are divided between the main building and the Dovecote.
The candle-lit restaurant earns rave reviews from food critics.
Telpehone: +44 (0)1285 750651
Mill House Hotel and Restaurant, Kingham, Oxfordshire
The Mill House Hotel is the leading independent family owned country house hotel in the heart of the Cotswolds. This superbly converted stone mill house dating back to the Domesday Book of 1086 is set in ten acres of fabulous lawned gardens in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, and within easy travelling distance of many of England’s finest attractions.
The 23 luxurious en-suite bedrooms have views over the hotel gardens, the Cornwell Brook, and the Cotswold Hills. The wide range of facilities that the hotel offers make it an ideal choice for holidays, leisure breaks, wedding receptions, conferences, functions, parties and celebrations of all descriptions.
The Mill Brook Room Restaurant offers the very best in A La Carte cuisine.
Telephone: +44 (0)1608 658188
Other Cotswold hotels
Details of other hotels in the Cotswolds can be found on the individual pages of Cotswold towns and villages found on this website and on the new Cotswold Hotels website which is currently being built