Inns in Cirencester

Masons Arms
28 High Street
Meysey Hampton


GL7 5JT | View map

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The Masons Arms is the quintessential english pub set in the heart of the cotswolds and we provide the perfect base for exploring all that the local area has to offer. all rooms are en-suite and all room rates are inclusive of a continental breakfast.For anyone looking for adventure; the Cotswold region is deffinatley for you; within throwing distance of the front door; there are cycle paths and walking trails taking in unique wildlife and ranging across many environments from woodland and parkland to the shores of the great lakes of the Cotswold water parks. Alternitavley; if something a bit more energetic is for you; why not visit one of the many water sport arenas on the great lakes and learn to water-ski; sail or windsurf; before collapsing onto the shore with a fishing rod and making a catch of the day.The local area also has many interesting and important historical sites. just 5 miles away; is the market town of Cirencester (the ancient Roman town of Corinium.) Here; you can visit the famed Corinium Museum to learn about Roman Britain; explore the great St. Marys Cathedral and stare in wonder at the stained glass windows and ornately decorated ceilings; or just shop till you drop in one of the oldest market towns anywhere in the world!Closer still; is the iron age town of Bibury which has many boutique museums displaying artefacts from the period. There is also a trout farm and river for fishing as well as several pubs; restaurants and tea rooms.At the end of your day; you will be gratefull for a home cooked meal in our fully licencsed restaurant; or a relaxing drink by the fire where friendly staff and locals will be delighted to help you plan your next day or hear tales about the last one.

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