- 117 guest reviews
"The place was lovely, clean. Loved the fact that the room was separate from the pub. Ate on site both nights, both dinner and breakfast were..."
"The Accomodation was superb absolutely faultless was very clean and the heating in the room superb lovely and warm. The only thing I would l..."
"Hi, Just such a lovely place, the staff are always great and willing to help, the accomadation is superb and clean, beeds comfortable, have..."
"All I can say is what a find, such a lovely place to stay, the staff were excellent, and the choice of food and standard was very high indee..."
About the hotel
The Colesbourne is an old Coaching Inn dating back to 1827, set in the heart of the picture postcard Cotwold countryside. Located 14 minutes from Cheltenham Spa Englands`s most complete Regency town and 14 minutes from the Roman town of Cirencester, `Captial of the Cotswolds`. Not all the surrounding villages are well known, and today many still hold their secrets.
Amongst the treasures to be found are Painswick, Biddestone and Winchcombe all hidden villages off the beaten track. The National Waterways Museum Gloucester (7 Miles) unveils the mystery and history behind the 200 year old tale of inland waterways and fortunes lost and gained. Cotswold Farm Park (13 Miles) has over 50 breeding flocks and herds of fascinating British Breeds of sheep, cattle, pigs, goats, horses, poultry and waterfowl. Owelpen Manor (12 Miles) one of the most romantic small tudor manor houses in the West of England Occupying two acres, the Colesbourne Inn has nine "totally refurbished" letting rooms, a restaurant, traditional bar including a drinks terrace with stunning Cotswold country views and extensive gardens. The accommodation offers contemporary luxury in a traditional setting. If you are bringing the family we have interconnecting rooms. all our TV`s are flat screened with 12 channels. Pure ground coffee and cafetieres for cofee enthusiasts and a selection fo teas in all the bedrooms. Presented with the Visit Britain Breakfast Award for the most important meal of the day in recognition of the quality and choice, service and hospitality where the manager, chef and staff have gone the extra mile to ensure that your breakfast will exceed expectations.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 15:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- 28/06/2010 to 16/08/2010 - The Hotel rooms will be closed due to a full refurbishment The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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97% would recommend it to a friend
The Colesbourne Inn
The place was lovely, clean.
Loved the fact that the room was separate from the pub. Ate on site both nights, both dinner and breakfast were great, cooked well, served well and by very friendly staff. A pleasure to get away from the world in such a lovely spot. Shame the cups in the rooms are always so small though.
The Accomodation was superb absolutely faultless was very clean and the heating in the room superb lovely and warm.
The only thing I would like to remark on was the food My wife loved everything but I am a bit of a fussy eater and the only thing I could eat was the fish and chips on the menu, would have been be nice if they did something like steak pie or gammon on the menu as well, having said that the breakfast was superb plenty of choice and was always coming round to ask if you wanted anything else. I would also like to say how very friendly all the staff were and and nothing was too much troublefor them.