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B and Bs in Tetbury

The Ormond At Tetbury
23 Long Street
Tetbury
Gloucestershire

GL8 8AA | View map

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The Ormond At Tetbury is at the heart of the beautiful Cotswold town of Tetbury and is perfectly situated for touring the local attractions. We guarantee the friendliest welcome in town to our beautiful and historic building which has 12 ensuite bedrooms, including a luxurious four poster room. We also have a busy, traditional bar and a newly refurbished and ultra-stylish restaurant serving gutsy and delicious food using local ingredients.In addition we have a comfortable resident's lounge, cobbled courtyard for summer drinking and a versatile function room.Our menu changes on a monthly basis with daily specials, and the food is always freshly prepared using local produce from the many excellent suppliers in the area. The reputation of our chef David Cameron is spreading far and wide as he builds a loyal following among local residents.We offer a wide selection of champagnes and wines from French classics to new world highlights which suit most pallets and we stock a large range of locally produced traditional ales. As a family run hotel we believe our personal approach to providing you with exceptional service is the key to you enjoying your stay with us

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