Bibury

William Morris though Bibury the loveliest village in England, and he was no bad judge: medieval cottages, a water meadow, an ancient inn and a grand Jacobean house now serving as a hotel just az few of its attractions... Read More

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Hotels in Bibury - 3 places to stay

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Swan Hotel

Swan Hotel
An atmosphere of warm, convivial hospitality was established at the Swan in the 1600s. Today, The Swan has lost none of its former charm. It's warm hospitality is evidenced by the English Tourism Council awarding ... More | Double Room: From £140 | visit website
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Bibury Court Hotel

Bibury Court Hotel

Probably the best kept secret in the Cotswolds, Bibury Court Hotel offers the ultimate in peace, tranquility and comfort. Set in 6 acres and bounded by the River Coln, the Court is a beautiful ... More | visit website

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Bibury Court Hotel (0.09 miles)

Bibury Court Hotel

Probably the best kept secret in the Cotswolds, Bibury Court Hotel offers the ultimate in peace, tranquility and comfort. Set in 6 acres and bounded by the River Coln, the Court is a beautiful ... More | visit website

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The New Inn At Coln St Aldwyns (1.95 miles)

The New Inn At Coln St Aldwyns
Nestled in the heart of one of Englandís prettiest villages, The New Inn at Coln St Aldwyns offers excellent food and service, and a retreat from the pace of daily life. This charming, unspoilt Gloucestershire ... More | visit website
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Barnsley House (2.93 miles)

Barnsley House
One of the most stylish country-house hotels, Gloucestershire's Barnsley House is an imposing grade II-listed manor-house within 11 acres of grounds, designed by former owner Rosemary Verey, legendary gardener, designer and writer. The owners have ... More | visit website
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Hare & Hounds (3.73 miles)

Hare & Hounds
Nestling in the Cotswold countryside and close to the historic Fosse Way , The Hare and Hounds Inn is perfectly situated for the many attractive towns and villages of Gloucestershire and beyond. Historic Cirencester is ... More | visit website
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Waiten Hill Farm (3.92 miles)

Waiten Hill Farm
The farmhouse stands within large gardens, where you will find vegetables and soft fruit beds, cherry, plum, pear and apple trees. There are also spacious south facing lawns with tables and chairs, ideal for picnics, ... More | visit website
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Lady Lamb Farm (3.98 miles)

Lady Lamb Farm
Lady Lamb Farm - a Cotswold farmhouse, surrounded by countryside and situated less than a mile from Fairford, with it's 15th century churchand outstanding stain glass windows. Seven miles east of Cirencester and close ... More | visit website
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Bull Hotel (4.07 miles)

Bull Hotel

An historic 15th century family run hotel in the south Cotswolds. Run with charm and warmth expected from an hotel of this calibre.

This historic 15th century family run hotel is situated in Fairford's famous ... More | visit website

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Masons Arms (4.31 miles)

The Masons Arms is the quintessential english pub set in the heart of the cotswolds and we provide the perfect base for exploring all that the local area has to offer. all rooms are en-suite ... More | visit website
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Crown of Crucis (4.37 miles)

Crown of Crucis

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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 ... More

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Wheatsheaf Inn (4.98 miles)

Wheatsheaf Inn

Featuring open fires and flag stone floors, this 17th century stone Cotswold coaching inn fuses rustic and contemporary styles.
Listed in 'The Good Pub Guide' and offering recently refurbished, individually styled en suite guest rooms; The ... More | visit website

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