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 Bear of Rodborough, Rodborough Common, Stroud
Retreat to the Bear of Rodborough, a cosy, dog-friendly hotel located in the enviable location of Rodborough Common within several acres of beautiful National Trust land. The hotel itself is a 17th Century former coaching inn, and boasts a number of original features, which blend seamlessly with today’s stylish, country décor.
Each of the 46 en-suite bedrooms are individually designed and finished to a high standard with a mix of antique and contemporary furniture, and unrivalled views of the Cotswolds countryside.
Downstairs, in the Bear Bar, you’ll find a large selection of local beers and ales, along with wine and fizz from around the world, and of course plenty of spirits. Here you can dine and drink with a mix of residents and locals, who both enjoy the bar in equal measures – quite often with their four-legged friends!
In the Library restaurant, you’ll find elegant furnishings and fine dining as the rosette-awarded kitchen team serve a selection of delicious seasonal dishes using fresh, local produce wherever possible.
The Bear of Rodborough
The Swan Hotel, Bibury, The Swan Hotel, Bibury
The Swan Hotel is nestled peacefully on the enchanting banks of the River Coln in the heart of Bibury Village. Home to the famous Arlington Row and Bibury Trout Farm; Bibury is often thought of as the prettiest village in England, as once quoted by Arts and Crafts Designer, William Morris.
The hotel itself is quintessentially Cotswolds, with a beautiful exterior, stunning riverside gardens and stylish, comfortable interiors.
Inside the hotel, there are stunning sitting rooms to enjoy afternoon tea in front of open log fires, as well as a contemporary bar and brasserie, which of course specialise in the local Bibury trout, along with a wide selection of other seasonal dishes, using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.
Each of the 22 bedrooms are individually designed and boast, large, modern bathrooms with luxurious full-size Molton Brown toiletries. If you really want to treat yourselves, there are even three garden cottages to savour - one with its own kitchenette and one with a private outdoor hot tub for your enjoyment.
The Swan Hotel, Bibury
The Swan Hotel, Bibury Map
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.