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Unicorn Hotel (The)
Sheep Street

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The Unicorn Hotel is a 17th century coaching inn with honey stone walls and flower boxes. Set in the beautiful rolling Cotswold countryside, we are located on the Roman Fosseway which runs between Cirencester and Warwick. Surrounded by some of the country's finest historic houses & gardens and the arts of Stratford and Cheltenham, the Hotel's central location is ideal.

The dining room offers modern British cooking from our award winning chef, Michael Carr, using seasonal local produce whilst the oak panelled bar serves appetising lighter meals reflecting the same high standards and imaginative flair. Afternoon tea can be taken in the relaxed atmosphere of the snug whilst soaking up the history of our rare "Spit Jack" fire. Oak panelled bar and sitting room with a 17th century fireplace.

20 en-suite bedrooms having their own character and individual style. Modern fabrics compliment the period furniture and there are both half tester and four-poster rooms.

Our Conference Room, accommodating up to 50 delegates, can also be used for private functions. A break out facility is available for smaller business or private meetings.

A civil wedding license enables guests to wed on the premises.
Golf Tours can be arranged to many of the courses in the area.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
Johansens Recommended
Number of Rooms: 20
Number Ensuite: 20
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Name: Shepherd's Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern British

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