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Ragged Cot Inn
Cirencester Road
Hyde

Stroud
Gloucestershire

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Dating in part from the 17th Century, The Ragged Cot enjoys modern facilities while retaining the charm of a traditional Cotswold Inn. Set beside 600 acres of National Trust common land and just outside the market town of Minchinhampton, The Ragged Cot offers a warm welcome both to those travelling on business and those looking for a relaxing rest or a sightseeing tour of part of Englandís finest countryside.

In addition to the amenities you would expect from a historic Inn, such as 10 en-suite bedrooms, The Ragged Cot also is the ideal venue for weddings, workshops, seminars, and special parties such as 21st and 40th - with the choice of using the restaurant, the function room or even a marquee in the beautiful gardens.

You can relax in the traditional beamed bar with its exposed Cotswolds stone walls and open fires or dine and indulge your taste buds in the stylish restaurant whilst taking your pick from hand-pumped beers, guest ales or the varied wine list.

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