High-end historic Cotswolds hotel
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An architecturally fascinating Cirencester retreat, once owned by an Elizabethan sheriff – includes breakfast and dining credit. Fully refundable - book with confidence
- Intriguing history: Once owned by an Elizabethan sheriff, with many a tale to tell dating back to the 14th century and before, Kings Head Hotel is a listed building of special architectural and historical interest. Behind its 19th-century façade lie a host of standout features, like the balustraded staircase, wood panelling and giant stone fireplace.
- Heartwarming fare: The bustling Brassiere has been designed for guests to feel part of the experience – watch the chefs cook in the open plan kitchen or cocktails being shaken at the bar. Constantly recognised by guests and Cotswold residents for offering great food and friendly service in a stylish open kitchen space.
- Luxurious accommodation: Feature rooms are one-of-a-kind in their uniqueness, but each do a splendid job of showcasing the history of the establishment. High ceilings, wooden beams, exposed brick walls are just some of the features you'll find. Superior rooms offer ample space, and ooze contemporary style.
Please note that some dining and leisure facilities may be closed. Please call the hotel before you travel to find out if facilities have reopened.
- Bar and lounge
- Dog-friendly rooms
How to get there
Kemble train station is around four and half miles (10 minutes by taxi) from the hotel and connected to London Paddington, Swindon and Cheltenham Spa.
Good to know
Please note that the spa is currently closed for renovation.
Due to COVID-19, there may be additional entry requirements in effect at your destination, which may change at short notice. Please familiarise yourself with the latest requirements before departure via your government's foreign advice service.
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