The Cotswolds market town of Moreton in Marsh is an excellent location for exploring the north Cotswolds. If you’re planning on making this your base, here are a number of hotels and places to stay in the town.
White Hart Royal Hotel
The White Hart Royal is a wonderful example of a typical 17th century English coaching inn with many features such as old stone walls and mellow beam work.
The restaurant and bar offer a fine selection of freshly prepared meals from an extensive menu together with a wide range of traditional beers and fine wines.
The White Hart Royal is a 3 star hotel in the centre of the Cotswold town of Moreton In Marsh. It offers modern, good-value accommodation.
A former 17th-century coaching inn, King Charles I stayed at the White Hart Royal during the English Civil War.
Parts on the inn have been dated back to the 1400s and it’s known to have been an important inn since the 1600s.
Staying at the White Hart Royal
All rooms are elegantly and individually decorated. There are 28 of them in total.
The Courtyard Restaurant serves classic pub food, and there is also a courtyard terrace for al fresco dining.
The relaxed Snug Bar has a flag stone floor and large inglenook fireplace.
The Manor House Hotel
A country House style property located in the heart of Moreton in Marsh in the Cotswolds with excellent food served at the Mulberry Restaurant which has been awarded 2 AA Rosettes.
This 4 star hotel is part of the Cotswolds Inns hotel group and offers a luxury stay in the centre of Moreton in Marsh.
Staying at the Manor House Hotel
A former 16th century manor house, the hotel has 35 rooms to choose from as well as their restaurant and bar.
Each room in this 16th century building has its own distinctive charms.
Most rooms have views of the historic high street or the Manor’s gardens.
All rooms have been luxuriously decorated and have a TV, and an en suite bathroom with Molton Brown toiletries.
The Swan Inn, Moreton In Marsh
Just a couple of miles from Sezincote House, the Swan Inn offers great value dining and bed and breakfast accommodation
The Swan Inn, in Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire, is an historic coaching inn with a separate restaurant, and garden terrace offering superb value bed and breakfast hotel accommodation in the Cotswolds.
Standing on the corner of Bourton road, the Swan was opened in 1842.
Staying at The Swan Inn
There are 8 letting rooms, 5 of which are en-suite with a shower and all have TV, hair dryer, complimentary mineral water and tea/coffee making facilities and wi-fi internet access.
Although dogs are allowed in the bar and restaurant areas they do not allow dogs in the rooms.
Bed & Breakfast Rates:
Single occupancy from £60.00, Double/Twin from £80.00, Four Poster from £120.00. Room prices include traditional cooked breakfast.
Eating at The Swan Inn
Relax in the Lounge Bar / Restaurant and enjoy a drink or coffee whilst browsing the blackboard menu of traditional home cooked food and their speciality of locally sourced steaks.
They do a pie and a pint night on a Tuesday, steak night on a Thursday and a Sunday carvery as well as lunch specials throughout the week.
Food is served all day.
Functions and Business Meetings.
The function room can accommodate 50 people for a sit down meal and 70 for a finger buffet.
This room is perfect for any family occasion or business meeting. Please bear in mind that Covid restrictions currently apply.
Wi-fi internet access is available. Coach parties can be accommodated with prior notice.
Moreton in Marsh
Redesdale Arms Hotel
The Redesdale Arms Hotel is an award winning and lovely coaching house, parts of which date back to 1650.
A haven for anyone looking for traditional delights, fused with the quality of comfort set in the delightful market town of Moreton-in-Marsh.
The Redesdale Arms was originally a 17th century coaching inn, on the road from Birmingham to London. Now it is a refurbished three star hotel which mixes the traditional concepts of inn keeping with the standards of a modern hotel.
Set in the delightful market town of Moreton-in-Marsh, you are in the heart of the Cotswolds and within 10-20 minutes of places such as Stow-on-the-Wold, Stratford-upon-Avon, Bourton-on-the-Water and Broadway.
Open all year, the privately owned and managed Redesdale Arms has featured in the Good Hotel Guide. They also have a three star AA and RAC rating.
Staying at the Redesdale Arms
Staying here you can enjoy log fires in the winter, a patio garden in the summer and year round short walks in the rolling Cotswold hills.
Discounts often available midweek and throughout the year – click here for more details or to make a booking.
The Bell Inn
Standing proudly on the High street of the beautiful 18th century Cotswold town of Moreton in Marsh lies the splendid 200 year old Bell Inn, a former coach house hewn from golden Cotswold stone.
The Inn is reputedly the inspiration behind The Prancing Pony – the most famous Inn in J.R.R Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings – quite the claim to fame!
They often have live music acts performing at the Inn on Saturday evenings.
Staying at the Bell Inn
The five modern en suite rooms have free Wi-Fi.
Pets are welcome with advance notice.
They also have a beautiful 2-bedroom cottage to rent. The inn is a short walk from Moreton-in-Marsh Train Station, which has a direct service to London.