If you are looking for hotel accommodation in Cirencester or the Cirencester area then here we have a list of hotels in Cirencester.
Please mention the Cirencester Web Site when contacting these accommodation establishments.
Corinium Hotel & Restaurant, 12 Gloucester Street, Cirencester
The Corinium Hotel & Restaurant (previously Corinium Court) is quietly situated in one of the oldest streets in Cirencester, yet just a 5 minutes walk into the town centre. Built in 1595 and grade 2 listed, the Hotel now offers 15 individual character bedrooms, restaurant and a cosy bar all full of Cotswold charm.
Our locally renowned restaurant offers both modern British and continental dishes alongside daily specials. Our Sunday lunches are very popular so book early to avoid disappointment. We are a free house and listed in the Good Beer guide. The Corinium also has the benefit of ample free parking within its own grounds and a pretty secluded garden to dine alfresco or just enjoy a quiet drink.
The Corinium is also a popular venue for wedding receptions and many other types of special occasions and parties.
Corinium Hotel & Restaurant
Corinium Hotel & Restaurant Map
The Swan Hotel, Bibury, The Swan Hotel, Bibury
Standing proud alongside the River Coln is the picturesque Swan Hotel in Bibury. The hotel is the Cotswold idyll featuring beautifully decorated lounges, with real log fires alight during the winter months. Situated in the south Cotswold’s, the hotel is the perfect base for both leisure as well as business.
Bibury was claimed to be one of the prettiest villages in England by the famous Arts & Craft designer, William Morris. The 18 eccentric bedrooms are creatively decorated with luxurious en-suite bathrooms, some with Jacuzzi baths. The elegant Gallery Restaurant renowned for is cuisine and international selection of fine wines.
The Swan Hotel is located near to Cheltenham and Cirencester and is an enjoyable outing.
The Swan Hotel, Bibury
The Swan Hotel, Bibury Map
The Fleece Hotel, Market Place, Cirencester
Located in the heart of Cirencester on the historic market square is The Fleece at Cirencester; a characterful inn with cosy rooms, hearty food and award winning cask ales. Our traditional coaching inn has a rich history and has been welcoming guests since 1651 and it’s been a favourite for visitors to the Cotswolds for many years.
Our inn is full of character and charm and has maintained many of the traditional features you’d expect from a building from the 17th century. However we’ve added all the 21st century comforts you need to make it a home away from home. Our rooms are spacious yet cosy, offer free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities with fresh milk – plus there’s a hearty breakfast to awake you from your slumber. Downstairs our restaurant and bar welcome guests and locals – all can enjoy our enviable range of cask ales alongside a locally sourced menu filled with seasonal dishes.
The Bear of Rodborough, Rodborough Common, Stroud
This 17th century former coaching inn offers luxurious accommodation in an area of outstanding beauty. Nestling on the top of a steep hill, The Bear of Rodborough is situated in the verdant landscape of the western Cotswold’s. The hotel has many original features such as the authentic archway entrance.
46 en-suite bedrooms are exquisite, adorned with plush carpets and beautiful fabrics, creating a tranquil atmosphere. The superb bar, popular with the locals, is renowned for its large variety of traditional beers. Elegantly furnished, the one rosette Box Tree Restaurant is enhanced by ceiling beams with a ‘running bear’ theme.
Our Chef specialises in using only the freshest local produce and seasonal ingredients in his dishes. Woodchester Mansion and Misarden Gardens are a great attraction to visit through the summer to winter months.
The Bear of Rodborough
Kings Head Hotel, 24 Market Place, Cirencester
Whether your visit is for business or pleasure there is a perfect space for you, the chic Restaurant, stylish Bar, comfortable lounges and subterranean Spa offer a range of options for indulging, a place to untwist, unravel, unwind and relax and even for the briefest of moments get back to the real you!
The Kings Head has 45 stylish bedrooms to offer, along with exclusive private meeting, dining, events and wedding facilities.
Whether you want to relax in the lounge by an open fire, or enjoy the more formal setting of our restaurant, we have an exceptional wine list and all day dining menus.
Our vaulted spa is now open.
The Crown of Crucis, Ampney Crucis, Cirencester
The Crown of Crucis is to be found in a picturesque village setting in the beautiful South Cotswolds near the town of Cirencester known as Corinium in its heyday of Ancient Roman times.
Comfortable bedrooms are invitingly furnished in an elegant country house style. All 25 en-suite rooms have full facilities with bath and shower and standard twin or double beds and surround the continental style courtyard and many overlook the stream and cricket pitch.
Cotswold Four Pillars Hotel, South Cerney
Four Pillars Hotel in South Cerney, near Cirencester