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Wild Duck Inn
Drakes Island
Ewen

Cirencester
Gloucestershire

GL7 6BY | View map
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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 the oak panelled residents lounge.

The country style dining room offers fresh seasonal food, produced by our AA Rosette awarded chefs, the menu is extensive and covers everything from a small bar snack to an extravagant restaurant meal. The bar offers a variety of real ales and a wine list which is extensive and innovative.

There are eleven bedrooms, two of which have four poster beds and overlook the garden. All rooms are en-suite and have adequate facilities for business clients or weekenders.

We are within perfect distance for many events. Whether your interest is the Polo at Cirencester, the racing at Cheltenham, or horse trials at Badminton and Gatecombe, we are ideally situated.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 2 Star
Inn of the Year
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12

Price per Room:

Double: Standard: 95 - Directors double: 120
Single: 70
Suite: Chinese Suite: 165
Four Poster: Standard: 110
Superior: 135
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Restaurant

Cuisine: Traditional British and European
Chef: Richard Mann
Awards: AA Rosette

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