Find hotels and other places to stay in Cirencester, the so called capital of the Cotswolds and what was at one time, the second largest Roman city in the UK.
For a weekend break, business trip or a romantic treat for that someone special, there are hotels in Cirencester, Gloucestershire that will suit your requirements.
Stratton House Hotel
The Stratton House Hotel combines traditional elegance and style with modern amenities. This 3 star hotel is located close to the centre of Cirencester, the recognised ‘capital’ of the Cotswolds.
The multiple amenities this traditional country house style hotel offers include luggage storage, laundry facilities and 24-hour room service.
All of the 44 peaceful rooms at Stratton House Hotel provide a private bathroom, a telephone and tea and coffee making facilities. They all have a radio, heating and an in-room closet.
Stratton House Hotel’s on-site restaurant offers British-inspired meals, which can enjoyed on the terrace. In the evening, guests are welcome to enjoy a drink in the comfortable lounge bar.
A grand building with old beams, The Fleece Inn is a 5 star hotel situated in Cirencester town centre, just off the market square.
Accommodation is provided in the form of 28 rooms and suites. Guests get a large range of eating and drinking options and parking is free.
Room rates start from £110 per night.
The 1651 Bar and Restaurant serves international dishes cooked with local ingredients.
Sandwiches and snacks are also available from the Lounge Bar and a full English breakfast is served in the morning.
The rooms are well-equipped and all have a bathroom with a bath, a shower, a hair dryer and toiletries. Guests also get tea/coffee and ironing facilities.
The Old Brewhouse
The Old Brewhouse offers 4 star B&B accommodation in a 17th Century town house.
This B&B is situated in central Cirencester, near the river Churn and is close to the area’s well-known attractions.
It also offers, private parking, luggage storage, a ticket service and a tour desk.
There are several cosy rooms at The Old Brewhouse, each offering all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
A satisfying breakfast is available each morning, and there are also numerous restaurants and cafés close by.
The Old Brewhouse Bed and Breakfast Cirencester is within easy walking distance of the centre of the town.
Corinium Hotel and Restaurant
The privately owned, 3 star Corinium Hotel is located on one of Cirencester’s oldest streets, Gloucester Street.
Despite being only 5 minutes walk from the central market place, the hotel benefits from a tranquil location.
The Corinium started life in the 16th Century as a wool merchant’s house. It now boasts a locally renowned restaurant and offers accommodation in a selection of 15 rooms.
All the rooms at Corinium Hotel provide a coffee maker, plus all the essentials for a comfortable stay. They all include wireless internet access and a desk.
The secluded walled garden provides a lovely spot to enjoy either a quiet drink or dine alfresco. The Hotel also has the benefit of a large free car park within its own grounds.
Kings Head Hotel
The Kings Head Hotel is a 4 star hotel located on the market square in central Cirencester.
This former coaching inn dates back until at least the 14th Century, although its exact age is not know.
It now provides a chic base while visiting Cirencester and is close to everything the area has to offer. It provides a spa, as well as a sauna, a safe and a beauty centre.
This 4-star hotel offers laundry facilities, massage services and meeting rooms. Welcoming and professional staff are available 24 hours a day.
The Kings Head Hotel has 45 chic rooms that are equipped with all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
On-site dining options include a restaurant, which is an ideal spot to have a meal.