The Cotswolds has many fine hotels, pubs and B&B’s. The choice is very extensive and the list is endless For secluded tranquillity and location, to include fine dining and5 star cuisine, comfort, and pampering, easy access. How do I choose? Please take a look at some of the recommendations from Best Cotswold Tours.
The Old Bell Hotel enjoys a prime location next door to Malmesbury Abbey, Abbey House Manor, and quaint shops and restaurants. This market town is the oldest borough in England and our hotel is said to be the oldest hotel in England dating back to 1220.. We named our restaurant Saints & Sinners with a nod to Malmesbury Abbey next door to us and the Saints statues on display, collected by our owners on their travels to Vietnam. Food is our passion. Whatever the occasion, you can expect heavenly flavours. From our lunch menu full of classics and smaller plates to a decadent dinner full of truly wonderful dishes. Every plate is a celebration of Cotswold produce and our in-season menus incorporate local cheese makers, butchers and produce from the garden located at our cousin property, Abbey House Manor.
The Lygon Arms This charming old coaching inn sits in the heart of Broadway village – often called ‘the jewel of the Cotswolds’ – and boasts a rich history. The Cotswolds bolthole offers a range of dining experiences, from Eggs Benedict brunches and late-night drinks in the Lygon Wine Bar to a seasonal British menu in the Lygon Bar & Grill. There’s a spa tucked away in a tranquil corner of the hotel, but to unwind in the fresh air, pull on your wellies and explore those beautiful rolling hills.
The White Hart Royal Hotel and Eatery is an AA rated 4 star Inn, with individually designed bedrooms including several feature rooms. This iconic building is a former 16th.C coaching Inn and is as comfortable and elegant today as it was in its heyday. It was so well loved historically that it’s where King Charles 1 chose to stay in 1645 before the famous Battle of Naseby. Whether you are looking for a welcoming place to spend the night or would like to enjoy a drink and a bite to eat, The White Hart Royal is perfectly placed, right in the centre of the historic market town of Moreton in Marsh
Nestled in the heart of Stow-on-the-Wold, The Old Stocks Inn is a recently refurbished 17th-century coaching inn that really stands out from the crowd, overlooking the old penal stocks in Stow-on-the-Wold’s historic market square. After a recent £2m refurbishment the wooden beams, crooked staircases, and unusually shaped rooms have remained intact. There is a very successful marriage between old and new – mixing ancient floorboards with modern black and white tiles.
Set in the heart of one of the most picturesque Cotswold villages, The Slaughters Country Inn offers the authentic charm of a traditional village inn; exceptional food made with the best local produce, a fine selection of local ales, roaring log fires to warm the winter months and a stunning terrace for when the sun shines. The Slaughters Country Inn is the perfect location for a country break where wellies, walks and unwinding are the order of the day. All 31 bedrooms at The Slaughters Country Inn are comfortably appointed. Each room is individual in design and seamlessly blends the traditional features of the oldest parts of the house with contemporary design. Naturally, all come with crisp white linen, plumped up pillows and luxurious beds to guarantee that perfect night’s slumber.
Set on the village green, this traditional inn with upscale B&B lodging dates from the 16th century, and is 6.1 miles from Chastleton House and 7.7 miles from the historic village of Bourton-on-the-Water.
The elegant country-style rooms (in the main building and around a courtyard) feature private bathrooms, plus WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking.
Located in the heart of Broadway, overlooking the quaint village green; The Broadway Hotel has 19 individually styled bedrooms, a lively bar, cosy lounge and award-winning Brasserie. The hotel is dog-friendly and ideally located for exploring not only Broadway, but surrounding Cotswold villages. This half timber-framed, half Cotswold-stone hotel dates back to the 16th Century, when it was a country retreat for the Abbotts of Pershore. The Broadway Hotel is now a stylish retreat for all, boasting 19 individually designed bedrooms, a 3 Rosette awarded Brasserie and lively bar overlooking the village green.
Located on Sheep Street, in the heart of Burford; The Lamb Inn boasts 17 classic Cotswold bedrooms, with history around every corner. This dog-friendly hotel is also home to a traditional bar and comfy lounges, a beautifully manicured garden and a 3 Rosette awarded Brasserie. this charming 15th century inn started life as a row of weaver’s cottages before gradually taking shape as a Cotswold retreat over the years. The Lamb Inn places great emphasis on offering superb service and fantastic food and drink.
This magnificent 16th-century manor house is now a stylish Cotswold retreat boasting 35 beautifully designed bedrooms, a double Rosette awarded restaurant and picture-perfect gardens – home to our Mulberry Tree that’s centuries old. Located in the heart of Moreton-in-Marsh, alongside the town’s many wonderful shops and traditional tearooms; The Manor House Hotel is an ideal place to stay with great proximity to surrounding Cotswold towns, villages and attractions including Batsford Arboretum and Sezincote House.
Established in 1584, The Horse and Groom Inn is an historic traditional Cotswolds Inn. Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, providing the perfect base to explore this wonderful English landscape. We have 7 En-suite rooms, with a mix of Double and Twin Rooms. Two of our rooms are Dog Friendly.
Corsham Field Farmhouse is a charming Four Star English Bed and Breakfast away from the busy streets but only a few minutes from a flourishing rural town. We are situated on the edge of Stow on the Wold within the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds countyside. Our B&B is part of the family’s arable farm. There is a garden for guests with wonderful views of the surrounding Gloucestershire Cotswold hills .Our vista garden attracts a great variety of birds including Woodpeckers and Goldfinches. Sometimes Deer can be spotted in our fields.
The Kings Head Hotel is an elegant boutique hotel with 46 stylish rooms and six one-bedroom apartments, a unique subterranean spa and relaxed British Dining. Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, it’s the perfect place to experience the historic market town of Cirencester and all the beauty that the area has to offer. When you step inside you are immediately surrounded by colourful art and vibrant beauty.