Well known locally for its excellent meals and real ales, diners at this traditional inn can choose from a Forest Fayre menu, which offers such delicious main courses as Gloucester Sausage in Onion Gravy, or select from a large range of curries, vegetarian dishes and other daily specials. All eight guest rooms (including one specially adapted for disabled use) are en-suite, decorated and furnished to an extremely high standard. Various half-board breaks are also offered throughout the year. VisitEngland 4 Star Inn.
A former 17th century hunting lodge set in the heart of the idyllic Royal Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire. The hotel offers comfortably appointed bedrooms, several with four-poster beds. The beamed restaurant reflects the room's continuing use as a courthouse for the Verderers of The Royal Forest of Dean.
Dating from the 13th century, The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel is situated in the quiet village of Clearwell in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. The hotel is steeped in history and boasts a host of original features including exposed stonework, oak beams and inglenook fireplaces. There is a 2 AA Rosette fine dining restaurant and the stylish rooms include some with four poster beds and jacuzzi baths.
Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, six miles from Cirencester on the A429, this beautiful 4 star coaching inn features wonderful accommodation, four acres of beautiful grounds and fine dining. It is the ideal destination for a relaxing retreat, and is located within each reach of Cirencester, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon. Good Pub Guide 2012 Top Pub.
Welcome to the Amberley Inn, situated just 3 miles from the town of Stroud. Boasting stunning views over the Gloucestershire countryside, the Amberley Inn offers a restaurant specialising in freshly caught fish and local produce. The bar serves light meals and traditional afternoon teas. The Amberley Inn is one of those hotels that is the epitome of English hospitality. We are the ideal location for walking. Well behaved dogs welcome.
Set in the picturesque hamlet of Bibury, often described as the prettiest village in England, this ivy-clad 17th century former coaching inn overlooks the River Coln. The hotel is the epitome of a country inn, featuring beautifully decorated bedrooms and cosy lounges, with real log fires during the winter months and a stunning garden and courtyard to enjoy in the summer. The perfect place to escape, indulge and unwind at any time of year, The Swan Hotel is renowned for its outstanding hospitality, delicious cuisine and romantic setting.
Set in 26 peaceful acres in the delightful village of Birdlip. The 18th century Royal George epitomises a friendly, traditional English country hotel. Gloucester is only 8 miles away and there are many enchanting Cotswold villages nearby. All the comfortable bedrooms are en-suite.
Situated in the beautiful Gloucestershire village of Bourton on the Hill, the Horse and Groom boasts a bright and airy bar with a selection of well kept real ales and local lagers. Our beautifully restored dining room serves award winning food, from traditional favourites through to culinary innovations. There are also five sumptuous en-suite bedrooms, individually styled and decorated with flair and taste.
Set in picturesque Bourton-on-the-Water, the 'Venice of the Cotswolds', the Coach and Horses is a refurbished 400-year-old inn with fine food, Sunday lunches, five refurbished en-suite guest rooms and free parking.
This lovely country inn, just 10 minutes drive from Cheltenham racecourse, enjoys glorious views across Cheltenham towards the Malvern hills. The hotel offers a wide selection of seasonal and traditional dishes in the restaurant, bar and heated garden terrace, a great place from which to admire those stunning views.
Coln St. Aldwyns is considered one of the most beautiful villages in England. The New Inn in Coln offers stylish, individually styled bedrooms, fabulous food and a friendly, comfortable hotel bar. Relaxing and welcoming, in an idyllic Gloucestershire village. What more could you want - come and see us soon.
This beautifully restored, 17th century inn is a real gem. With its flagstone floors and wood furnishings, it's the very epitome of an English country inn. Add to this a characterful bar, award-winning restaurant and sumptuous bedrooms, and you have the recipe for a great stay.
A 17th century ‘cider house’ steeped in history, The Crown Inn is quite simply, a perfect village inn. It boasts all the right ingredients: log fires, scrumptious home-cooked food, locally brewed real ales, a stunningly beautiful building and of course, good company. Add to this 12 en-suite bedrooms, ample car parking and stunning views across the valley and you have all you need for a relaxing stay. AA 4 Star Inn.
Welcome to the Hunters Hall Hotel, a 16th century inn with a wealth of charm and character. The inn offers an extensive choice of traditional dishes in a relaxed and informal atmosphere, warmed by log fires in the winter. The 13 refurbished en-suite bedrooms are located in a separate building which was once the stables and blacksmiths shop.
The Slaughters Inn, formerly Washbourne Court, is set on the banks of the beautiful River Eye in the village of Lower Slaughter. Enjoy blazing log fires in the winter months in the informal Scholars Bar, and dining al fresco on the riverside terrace in the summer. The hotel boasts 30 en-suite bedrooms, contemporary in style. Perfectly positioned just a mile from Bourton-on-the-Water.
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