Hotels in Cirencester, United Kingdom
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Hotel De Vere Cotswold Water Park Cirencester
Guests staying at the De Vere Cotswold Water Park can enjoy sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and skiing at the 40 square mil Cotswold Water Park, the United Kingdom’s largest marl lake system. Spacious rooms with contemporary décor are available in single and double configurations. Some rooms have private balconies and views of the lake. Self-catering apartments are available for guests seeking the comforts of home. Water-based activities prevail at the De Vere Cotswold Water Park. Indoors there is a large swimming pool, mood shower and water jets. Outdoors, many lake and river based activities are available. Local produce from south-central England is served at Brasserie at the buffet breakfast and on the dinner menu. The Old Boathouse Pub features traditional British fare and an outdoor deck on the lake. The resort is 90 miles from London, and easily accessible from the M4. It is two miles from the centre of Cirencester, the nearest town. more
Hotel Stratton House Cirencester
Stratton House is a boutique hotel set in a Georgian manor house in Cirencester. Spacious guest rooms boast traditional decor and lots of natural light. Free Wi-Fi, flat screen TV, direct dial phone, tea and coffee facilities and hairdryer are standard. Stratton House offers free on-site parking. Business centre, 24-hour room service and function spaces are a plus. Masters Restaurant offers upscale dining and features traditional British cuisine. The Oak Room Bar features locally brewed ales, spirits, beer, wine and a bar menu. For a grilled steak and contemporary British fare try Graze, located nearby. Indian Rasoi, also nearby, offers Indian fare. Cirencester Abbey Grounds, Corinium Museum of Roman History, Cotswold Water Park and Abbey House Gardens are a short drive away. more
Hotel The Fleece At Cirencester Cirencester
A stay at The Fleece At Cirencester, a listed property in the quaint Cotswolds' market town of Cirencester makes for a unique experience. This 17th-century inn maintains many quirky original features, including wooden beams, and is just a minute's walk from the market square. The 28 en-suite bedrooms are all unique in their own right, with some superior rooms boasting additional character and period features. Certain larger rooms also boast views over the town. A tea tray and complimentary water are provided in each room. The Fleece At Cirencester provides free Wi-Fi throughout the establishment and welcomes guests with dogs, for a small supplement. A full English breakfast is served each morning and a wide selection of international dishes are available in the restaurant and courtyard. Cask ales can also be enjoyed in the bar and beer garden. The immense Cirencester Park, hosting county shows, cricket and polo matches, is about a five-minute wander away. The Cotswold Water Park is a 15-minute drive away. more
Hotel The Crown of Crucis Country Inn and Hotel Cirencester
The Crown of Crucis Country Inn and Hotel Cirencester is a 16th-century inn which blends both modern amenities and historic atmosphere. The hotel is located in the heart of the Cotswolds with just a five-minute drive to Cirencester. En-suite room choices are twin, double, and bridal and family suites. Each room offers a work desk, digital TV, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffee making facilities. The Crown of Crucis Country Inn and Hotel Cirencester has gardens overlooking Ampney Brook and a large, free car park. Wedding packages are offered and event rooms available for up to 140 guests. The country inn has a restaurant and fireside pub on-site and offers food from breakfast to dinner. Guests may also want to take advantage of the large beer garden. The hotel is easily accessible by the M4 and M5 and centrally located to other Cotswold villages, such as Bibury and Tetbury. more
Hotel Corinium Hotel & Restaurant Cirencester
Corinium Hotel & Restaurant is set on one of the oldest streets in Cirencester. This three-star hotel is privately owned and recently went through a renovation. The building was originally put up in the 16th century as a merchant’s house. Each room has a unique charm. Free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen free view television is available for use. Ironing facilities and hospitality trays are provided for additional convenience. The hotel has a garden which can be a great venue for events like weddings and birthdays. It can hold up to 120 guests. In addition, a private parking space can be used for free. Corinium Restaurant offers delectable dishes with European and British influences. Furthermore, it offers an extensive wine list. Courtyard Bar offers great beer and other beverages. From Corinium Hotel & Restaurant, the town centre is just a five-minute walk away. The Market Place can be reached through a five-minute stroll. more
Hotel The Bathurst Arms Cirencester
The Bathurst Arms is a traditional local pub with rooms. We serve classic pub food alongside a regularly changing specials menu in our lively bar or the quieter restaurant. The pub is full of character - and characters! The rooms are cosy with a rustic feel. more