Hotels in Chipping Norton
Originally a 15th century coaching inn, this hotel offers a relaxing home away from home in the heart of the Cotswold's; an area steeped with history. In the past, the Crown and Cushion was owned by the legendary drummer Keith Moon from The Who and his legacy of decadence lives on today. With a new era under new ownership (it would be an understatement to say), locals have seen a vast improvement in standards, service and attention to detail of a hotel redecorated and freshened up. The Crown & Cushion is Chipping Norton's best kept secret. Once inside, you'll discover there's more to the hotel than at a 1st glance. As well as boasting en suite bedrooms, there is a cosy, traditional bar, a bistro restaurant, comfy lounge, al fresco dining on our the floral terrace, a private dining room for up to 16 guests, a function suite for up to 160 guests (with private bar and separate entrance), 2 further conference rooms, a health club. So why not come in, relax and let the surrounding peacefulness of the countryside take you away.
All residents during their stay are entitled to temporary membership of the hotel Leisure Club. Unwind after a day's sightseeing on the superb full-sized Burroughes & Watts championship snooker table or swim in the indoor heated swimming pool that comes complete with "Jetstream" where you can test your strength against the current. This unique feature also acts as a jacuzzi and is a great favourite with the children.
In the restaurant, there is a choice of 2 menus, namely the table d' hôte menu which offers a selection of starters, main courses, dessert and coffee all at a fully inclusive prices or alternatively you can choose from the à la carte menu. The food is of the quality you would expect from one of the area's best hotels, using fresh ingredients and prepared to order by our team of award-winning chefs. On Saturdays and Sundays breakfast is served until 10:00. Dinner is served 19:00 until 21:30.
Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
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