Hotel Old Manse Bourton on the Water
The Old Manse is a delightful English Country Hotel, Restaurant and Public House overlooking the River Windrush, which flows gently through the centre of this picture post card Cotswold village.The Old Manse was originally built for the local Baptist pastor in 1748 and encompasses plenty of traditional Cotswold charm, making it the ideal retreat at any time of year. The restaurant, bar, heated garden terrace and riverside patio all offer a seasonal menu, with a wide selection of modern and traditional British favourites, from hearty main courses to lighter snacks, complimented by a selection of real ale, carefully selected wines and speciality teas and coffees. The Hotel has 15 comfortable en-suite bedrooms of individual character ranging from a Romantic Four Poster room to character filled beamed rooms in the adjoining annexe. However you choose to spend your break at The Old Manse: exploring this historic area of outstanding natural beauty, strolling around the quaint little village of Bourton with its interesting selection of shops and attractions, or curled up in front of a roaring log fire with a news paper. One pleasure you can be guaranteed, is the inviting atmosphere, mouth-watering food, cosy rooms and unique relaxed style of hospitality, which makes The Old Manse a favourite with locals, ramblers and visitors alike.
Hotel Merrymouth Inn Bourton on the Water
The Merrymouth Inn is a 13th century stone built hostelry situated just outside the village of Fifield, 4 miles north of Burford with the Cotswold Wildlife Park, and 5 miles south of Stow on the Wold. The Inn is set in beautiful rolling countryside and is an ideal centre from which to explore the Cotswolds, whether by car, bicycle or on foot. The nine double or twin bedrooms are stylish and comfortable with ensuite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities and television. Breakfast is served until noon. The Merrymouth Inn is a 13th century stone built Coaching Inn situated 4 miles north of the antique centre of Burford and 5 miles south of the well known market town of Stow on the Wold. The Inn is set in beautiful rolling countryside and is an ideal centre from which to explore the Cotswolds, whether it be by car, bicycle or on foot. Close by can be found the famous Cotswold town of Bourton on the Water and the Cotswold Wildlife Park. Further a field are many historical places of interest such as Warwick Castle, Stratford on Avon and Blenheim Palace.
Hotel Broadlands Guest House Bourton on the Water
Broadlands Guest House is ideally located in Bourton-on-the-Water which is an extremely attractive Cotswold village situated on the banks of the river Windrush 17 miles from Cheltenham and 31 miles from Oxford making an ideal base from which to tour the area. The Cotswolds are looked upon as the heart of England. Few regions have such a unique architectural legacy as the Cotswolds with its charming villages built mainly in the warm yellow Cotswold stone. Small wonder that Bourton-on-the-Water was recently rated one of the prettiest villages in England. There are many local attractions such as the world famous model village The Pottery Birdland and Trout Farm The Cotswold Perfumery Model Railway Exhibition and Cotswold Motor Museum. Places of worship include Anglican Roman Catholic and Baptist Churches and a Christadelphian Meeting Hall. Broadlands Guest House with an English Tourist Council four star rating is situated in a quiet street a few minutes level walk from the beautiful village centre and its many attractions. We offer Double Twin-Bedded and Family Room Accommodation tastefully furnished to a high standard in a friendly home from home atmosphere. All rooms have en-suite bathroom and teacoffee making facilities colour TV hairdryer radio alarm and free WIFI. Breakfast is served in our beautiful Victorian Conservatory and for your comfort there is also a Guest Lounge. Outside there is a patio garden and private car park to the rear of the house. We trust that you will find Bourton-on-the-Water as delightful as we do and hope that your stay with us will be pleasant.
Hotel Dial House Bourton on the Water
The Hotel is situated in idyllic surroundings and is built from the famous mellow Cotswold Stone. The Dial House dates back to 1698 and is the oldest building still standing in the village - it even pre-dates the bridges over the River WIndrush.The Dial House is a beautifully decorated country house style hotel with individually designed bedrooms from luxury four poster beds to our cosy and intimate romantic room. It is an excellent base from which to enjoy the Cotwolds and villages such as Broadway, Chipping Camden, Upper and Lower Slaughter and of course the nearby Spa town of Cheltenham.
Hotel Chester House Bourton on the Water
Chester House lies in the centre of Bourton-on-the-Water the little Venice of the Cotswolds with the River Windrush running through the middle of the village.The main house dates back to the 19th Century offering a cosy and relaxing environment for our guests to unwind in.It is a privately run hotel hosted by people who are just waiting to look after you.Chester House offers 22 Bedrooms all en suite and decorated in a contemporary country style. We offer a variety of rooms from our romantic four-poster room through to family rooms that can sleep up to four.All rooms are centrally heated and have direct dial telephones. Colour television teacoffee making facilities and hairdryer are available for your comfort.We have ground floor rooms suitable for wheelchair and disabled access and one room with a roll in shower. We also welcome by prior arrangement well-behaved dogs but not in the main house or hotellounge bar.We can arrange for flowers chocolates and champagne wine to be put into the rooms and any other reasonable requests undertaken!Wireless broadband is also available.Breakfast served 8.00am - 10.00amA traditional English Breakfast is offered to all our guests and cooked fresh to order. This includes cereal yoghurts tea coffee and fruit juices available from the buffet.The hotel bar and lounge is the heart of the hotel a place to meet for a cappuccino with the papers or simply a glass of wine reminiscing over the day's activities.The bar is split level offering a cosy relaxed area withsofa's as well as a larger more formal area with oak tables and chairs.We have a wide selection of wines spirits and beers.We serve a full menu including light bites and afternoon teas until 5pm dailywe serve a traditional Sunday roast each week.The Croft riverside restaurant is open from 9am daily and served the hotel guests for Evening meals from 6pm with views of the riverside. Bourton on the Water is a small but fun packed village.It boasts it's own Model Village Motor MuseumThe Perfumery and Bird Land to name a few.There are plenty of places to eat to suit every palateand a traditional Clotted Cream Tea is a must have.There are many events happening in and aroundBourton from the Victorian Shopping Evening to Football Tournaments in the River!There is a good bus link to Cheltenham and the drive is only about 20 minutes a great shopping experience!Also on our doorstep we have Oxford steaped in history and students! and Stratford upon Avon for a bit of Shakespearian culture. Trips and theatre tickets can be arranged for most areas.For further information on the area you can call us or we can put you in touch with our local Tourist Information Office.
Hotel Harrington House Bourton-On-The-Water Bourton on the Water
Just 100 yards from the centre of the beautiful centre of this charming village Harrington House dates back to the Tudor period.Accommodation is in the main building and several stone built annexes.The house has two lounges,bar and dining room.The hotel is ideally suited to guests on activity holidays especially walking.Dining is communal with evening meals available at 7.00pm .Evening dinner and superb picnic lunch available at a charge.Arrivals please before 10.30pm and estimated arrival time helpful.Three course dinner available at approx 7.00 pm for 18 GBP pp - please arrive before 6.00pm if required.The price includes a £1 associate membership fee.