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Cotswold House Hotel
The Square
Chipping Campden
Gloucestershire

GL55 6AN | View map
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This exquisite 4-star hotel offers peace and tranquillity; sublime luxury and comfort, and exceptional food, as well as some of the most beautiful landscapes in England, right on the doorstep.

The Cotswold House Hotel in Chipping Campden has everything you have been looking for in a luxury hotel. Ideal for a relaxing, restful, restorative break, the hotel has a great location in the heart of the stunning natural beauty of the Cotswolds, surrounded by some of the finest sightseeing in the country. The hotel offers the warm welcome and friendly personalised service you would expect from a privately owned establishment, alongside an impressive contemporary style and sleek modern comforts and facilities. The superbly appointed and luxurious accommodation has made the hotel one of the most admired luxury hotels in the Cotswolds. The impressive modern interiors are complimented by the impressive service.

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Ratings/Awards: Conde Nast Johansens Most Excellent Country Hotel 2005
4 AA Red stars
Number of Rooms: 30
Number Ensuite: 30
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Name: Juliana's/Hicks' Brasserie Bar
Chef: Simon Hulstone
Awards: 3 AA Rosettes

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