The Red Lion Inn is situated on the Thames path as it passes through historic Cricklade. The pub dates back to the early 1600’s and there are still many historic features playing a part in creating the prefect British pub atmosphere. The Red Lion combines contemporary features in its stand alone restaurant with all the traditional aspects that help make pubs so much of a British institution.
30 hotels in or near to Cirencester, Gloucestershire
The bedrooms at the Bell Inn offer a relaxing blend of traditional and contemporary to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay. As a Grade 2 Cotswold building, high ceilings and exposed beams are a key feature of the rooms. The rooms have all been furnished in a traditional style with a contemporary feel. Each room has a 32” flat screen TV with Freeview, Nespresso coffee machine with aerator, BOSE Bluetooth system.
Well Cottage is a 200 year old Cotswold cottage which has been extended to provide luxury 4 star silver Bed and Breakfast accommodation with all the latest facilities.
Oak House No.1 is a luxurious Georgian townhouse set in Tetbury’s finest square. Right in the heart of this charming market town, you are just a stroll away from a choice of designer boutiques and foodie emporiums. With its diverse selection of antique shops Tetbury has long been regarded as the antiques capital of the Cotswolds.
The Colesbourne Inn is an old coaching Inn dating back to 1827, set in the heart of the picturesque Cotswold countryside. Located midway between Cheltenham and Cirencester, it is ideally situated for visiting many of the beauty spots for which the Cotswolds are famous. Please we be aware we accepted all types of vehicles but be be a aware that we have limited access for commercial vehicles before booking please contract the Inn On 01242870376
Cardynham House is a late 15th Century Wool merchants house in a Cotswold village close to Cheltenham, Gloucester and Stroud in the delightful county of Gloucestershire.
Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, The Ragged Cot is a proper country inn with rooms, a local sanctuary with an excellent choice of food and drink.
Welcome to Cirencester's best kept secret - a traditional Cotswold inn hidden on a quiet backstreet in the heart of the old town.
Wild Garlic Restaurant & Rooms in Nailsworth provides the ideal setting for a memorable stay, an over night stop over, or a relaxing short break to recharge your batteries.
The Jolly Tar is considered one of the prettiest pubs within the Arkell's group and with its unique welcoming character and relaxed atmosphere means that it is a pub well worth seeking out. Guests can enjoy hearty home cooked food in its Cotswold Stone Conservatory or relax for drinks in its lounge bar which boasts an open log fire and traditional oak beams. Luxury ensuite accommodation is available in the converted Stables, with all double bedrooms furnished in a traditional modern style.
Surrounded by the beautiful open countryside of Minchinhampton Common, The Old Lodge makes an instant impression. Individually designed rooms, large restaurant, local ales, and roaring log fires in winter guarantee to make your stay a memorable one.
Dating back to 1554, The Falcon in Painswick is a small, select Cotswolds hotel situated in the heart of this beautiful historic village. With stylish accommodation, delicious home cooked food and a very warm welcome, the hotel provides a perfect base from which to explore the glorious Cotswold countryside, surrounding historic towns and villages and local places of interest.
The Bolingbroke Arms is tucked away in tranquil countryside near the historical town of Royal Wootton Bassett and just six miles from Swindon Town.
Welcome to The Old Brewhouse in Cirencester, a delightful 17th century town house bed & breakfast full of character. Dates back some 200 years yet has been extensively renovated to a high standard. *Please call to confirm your check in time*.
Situated on the Fosse Way, close to the Roman town of Cirencester, the Hare and Hounds offers the perfect setting to enjoy award-winning food and drink, as well as ten en-suite rooms set around a tranquil courtyard.
Set in 22 acres of woodland, gardens and an orchard, The Convent offer guests a unique opportunity to relax in gorgeous surroundings and get away from it all, and indulge in some live music or comedy in our beautiful chapel setting should the mood take them. Nestled away in The Cotswolds yet just 10 minutes drive from Stroud Railway Station and easily accessible from both the M4 and M5 motorways, The Convent makes the perfect getaway.
The Kings Arms is a late 16th Century coaching inn in the very heart of Malmesbury which, along with the town itself, is steeped in history. The hotel boasts 12 en-suite letting rooms each differing in layout. We can offer a selection of doubles, twin and family rooms with no minimum stay requirements.
The Horse & Groom Inn, Charlton, Under new ownership Nestled in the village of Charlton close to the historic town of Malmesbury, this is the perfect base to explore the many delights of both Wiltshire and the neighbouring Cotswolds. For business travellers it’s a little retreat from the hustle and bustle but close to the M4 Corridor. The Horse and Groom Inn is just 15 minutes’ drive from J17 of the M4.
A seventeenth century Cotswold coaching inn.
The Old Bear Inn is a friendly local pub conveniently located in delightful Cricklade, the first town on the Thames and close to all the local amenities that the Cotswolds and Swindon have to offer.