Need a quick getaway after the Christmas chaos? Look no further. These gorgeous properties all have availability for a short break before we head into the new year!
The Swan at Bibury
The Swan Hotel is an attractive former coaching inn dating from the seventeenth century, set among beautiful surroundings in the village of Bibury, north of Cirencester. This is an enchanting, friendly and efficiently run hotel, with luxurious bedrooms and an elegant Restaurant. Wonderful local riverside walks await, with cosy accommodation and sumptuous food upon your return. The Swan Hotel is the Cotswold Idyll featuring beautifully decorated bedrooms and cosy lounges, with real log fires alight during the winter months.
The Wood Norton
The Wood Norton is an impressive Grade II listed hotel, crafted with original 19th century French decorative interiors. In a countryside setting on the outskirts of the riverside town of Evesham, in the shadows of the Malvern Hills and on the edge of the Cotswolds. Equidistant from Worcester, Stratford-Upon-Avon and Cheltenham, it is the perfect location for exploring the Cotswolds, Worcestershire and the Malvern Hills. The Wood No
Beautifully located high on the hills in the village of Charingworth with panoramic views of the surrounding Cotswold countryside, Charingworth Manor offers a seamless blend of country-house character and contemporary luxury that will make you feel completely at home. Restful bedrooms, an indoor pool, and delicious fine dining make this a luxurious and relaxing base.
Kings Head Hotel Cirencester
The Kings Head Hotel is a unique property located in the heart of the Cotswolds. This listed building has been recently renovated with a modern twist that has retained many of its original features. Relax in the subterranean spa and thermal suite, and admire the original intricate vaulted brickwork ceilings.
The Bear of Rodborough Hotel
The Bear of Rodborough is a charming, dog-friendly hotel perched neatly on top of Rodborough Common, within 300 acres of beautiful National Trust land. Dating back to the 17th Century when it started life as a coaching inn, the hotel boasts an abundance of original features! Now part of the privately-owned Cotswold Inns and Hotels collection; the Bear has been sympathetically refurbished, the interior is influenced by William Morris with cosy country interiors, a rosette-awarded restaurant and traditional bar. Explore the beautiful National Trust Land and visit the delightful Cotswold towns and villages in the surrounding area. Ramblers
Stanton Manor Hotel
Stanton Manor is a beautiful stone-built manor house in the picturesque Wiltshire village of Stanton Saint Quintin. Stanton Manor is steeped in history. The original house was listed in the Domesday Book and was once owned by Lord Burghley, chief minister to Queen Elizabeth I, and was rebuilt in 1840. Nowadays all that remains of the original manor is the dovecote, although the large stone fireplaces that adorn the present 19th-century building were salvaged from the original house. Located within 6 acres of landscaped gardens it is a haven away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. With friendly hospitality, comfortable bedrooms and quality dining right in the gateway to The Cotswolds, this is a great base for exploring all the area has to offer.
This unique 17th century town house embodies the best of boutique living and chic décor. An independent Oxfordshire hotel that is bursting with Cotswold charm and Oxfordshire heritage – not forgetting unique rooms and delicious food. The 2 Rosette Restaurant, Courtyard and Gin Bar are an ideal place to unwind after visiting the nearby attractions.
Sudbury House Hotel
Sudbury House is a thoughtfully redesigned four star Regency property delivering a beautiful juxtaposition of modern and traditional features. A grade II listed building, nestled on the edge of the Cotswolds in the pretty market town of Faringdon. Sudbury House is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
The Snooty Fox Inn
Sitting in the very heart of the bustling market town of Tetbury, a Cotswold town of charm and Royal connections, The Snooty Fox is all that a quintessential English inn should be. Vibrant bar & restaurant, as well as charming bedrooms. Step through the pillars into the hallway and you discover a bar where the locals sit and chat. A large inglenook fireplace and traditional cask beers on tap complete the scene. From here you can wander through a snug bar and into an inviting restaurant that offers hearty locally produced food.