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Riverside House
Watermoor
Cirencester
Gloucestershire

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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 road links and easy access to the M4/M5 and the many local attractions. Built some 12 years ago the hotel has recently been refurbished to offer a warm and relaxed environment, with a fully licensed restaurant and bar. There are 24 bedrooms with all the facilities of a 4 star establishment including en-suite bathrooms, colour TV (with satellite channels), direct dial telephone, trouser press and tea & coffee making facilities. The bar is open from 5.30 pm each evening where you can enjoy a relaxing drink before dining in the comfortable 60-seat restaurant, where our chefs provide menus of an exceptionally high standard with an extensive choice to tempt a variety of taste buds! Using the best local produce and only the freshest of ingredients, the chefs provide a superb variety of home style cuisine.

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