"No breakfast served on Sunday they did one for us but not very good This was quite an expensive hotel, although the room was very good and s..."
"A good clean affordable place to stay in Cirencester. With pub and food on site but plenty within reach also. Parking the only drawback as y..."
"1st time using late rooms, and just wanted somewhere to sleep for 2 nights. No bells and whistles needed. This place provided me with more t..."
"Stayed in small single room, very nice, very clean, very good value. Nice pub / restaurant...."
"I booked the compact single room at the Golden Cross and it was exactly as described - a small single room! The Inn has a great location and..."
About the hotel
Just a short stroll from the town's historic market place, The Golden Cross offers a warm welcome to all, from those seeking a thirst quenching pint of real ale to discerning diners looking for gourmet British cuisine, and of course to weary travellers looking for a bed for the night. While the pub itself dates from the mid-17th Century, The Golden Cross of today has become well known as a welcoming hostelry offering high levels of service, great contemporary food, good company and comfortable, well-equipped bedrooms and suites, including a short- or long-let apartment with flexible accommodation. The inn's town centre location makes The Golden Cross an ideal base for exploring Cirencester's historic back streets with their boutiques, galleries, coffee shops and more, while the award-winning Corinium Museum is situated just a stone's throw from our front door.
The Golden Cross Inn is also renowned for its excellent pub food, with head chef Justin Ashley and his kitchen crew offering some of the best contemporary British and European dining available in the area. Add to this a convivial bar overseen by landlord Mark Lindesay, with a choice of real ales, wide-ranging wine list and a great selection of single malt whiskys, and you have perhaps found the perfect place to stay and enjoy the magic of Cirencester and the Cotswolds.
Showing Wednesday 14 October 2015 to Thursday 15 October 2015Change Search
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Bar
- Family friendly
- Interconnecting rooms available
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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57% would recommend it to a friend
Good room size but very badly maintained
The staff at the Golden Cross were quite friendly and the room was a good size, the family room having a separated second bedroom.
Its in a nice old building and a good location so could be great ... but the room was extremely shabbily maintained especially given it was quite expensive at £155 a night. There was no lampshade in the bedroom just naked bulb, one of the wooden bed slats was on the floor under the bed and the bathroom had most of the fittings falling off the wall. The bathroom ceiling also had a large patch of unpainted plaster, presumably repair after a previous leak and the shower screen corners pretty mouldy. An ok place to stay for a night's sleep which was all we were there for but pretty bad value for a shabby room so couldn't possibly recommend.
Room was small, had to ask for shower head to be replaced because it was filthy with black sludge.
Bathroom overall was pokey and had no heating, so it was freezing cold in there. There was no seat or desk to be able to sit on or at. I had to ask for a chair, but they weren't sure I could have one. I said I wasn't happy just having a bed to sit on so I was brought one of the pubs dinning chairs.
I could hear loud music from a neighbouring building until midnight, so if you wanted to go to sleep early you wouldn't be able to.