Cotswold District Council
Cotswold District Council

Cirencester celebrates its Roman heritage with an excellent museum and its amphitheatre, but will probably attract more visitors through its particular Cotswold beauty – its church often called the Cathedral of the Cotswolds reflecting the economic power of this lovely town in medieval days... Read More

Cirencester Events

May
Cotswold Highland Games & Dog Show
July
Cotswold Show
Cotswold Show & Country Fair
August
Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza
October
The Art of Cornwall
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Hotels in Cirencester - 27 places to stay

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Fleece Hotel

Fleece Hotel

The Fleece Hotel has benefited from extensive upgrading since being taken into private ownership by the Barlow family in 2001. The Fleece Hotel occupies a Grade II listed building in Cirencester's Market Place, very close ... More | Double Room: £82 | visit website

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Masons Arms

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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Best Western Stratton House Hotel

Best Western Stratton House Hotel

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The Best Western Stratton House Hotel combines traditional elegance and style with modern amenities. The hotel is located close to the centre of Cirencester, the recognised 'capital' of the Cotswolds.

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Crown Inn

Crown Inn
Nestling in the Cotswold village of Frampton Mansell lies the Crown Inn. A seventeenth century ‘cider house’ that is steeped in history and is, quite simply, a perfect village pub. Roaring log fires; delicious, traditional, home-cooked ... More | visit website
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Corinium Hotel

Corinium Hotel

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Situated in one of Cirencester’s oldest streets, this delightful, privately owned hotel and restaurant boasts an oasis of tranquillity just 5 minutes’ walk from the town centre. Located in the ‘Capital ... More

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Riverside House Hotel

Riverside House Hotel

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Riverside House offers modern and comfortable accommodation just 10 minutes' walk from the centre of the historic market town of Cirencester, also known as "The Capital of the Cotswolds". There are excellent ... More

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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 | Double Room: £77.50 (Standard) | visit website

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The New Inn At Coln St Aldwyns

The New Inn At Coln St Aldwyns
Nestled in the heart of one of England’s 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 | Double Room: £63 | visit website
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Wild Duck Inn

Wild Duck Inn
The Wild Duck is a mellow Cotswold stone Elizabethan Inn, warm and welcoming, rich in colours and hung with old oil portraits of English ancestors. Large open log fires burn in the bar and ... More | Double Room: Standard: £95 | visit website
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Crown of Crucis

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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