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Enjoy a charming country stay in the gentle Cotswolds, one of England’s most treasured rural retreats. Choose from historic country manors and indulgent spa getaways here at Voyage Privé!

Our best hotels in The Cotswolds

1. Lygon Arms 4*

Lygon Arms 4*
Escape to this historic 16th-century country hotel in the centre of sleepy Broadway. Once frequented by Oliver Cromwell and Charles I, it retains much of this atmosphere and is brimming with antique furnishings. Guests have access to many luxury amenities, from an indulgent spa to a fine croquet lawn and spectacular dining.

2. The Slaughters Country Inn 4*

The Slaughters Country Inn 4*
Nestled along the River Eve, this stunning pub hotel exudes countryside charm. Pick from stylish open-plan rooms and cottage stays in a pretty outdoor courtyard. Guests have access to a delectable local menu serving up the best in Cotswolds produce.

3. Charingworth Manor 4*

Charingworth Manor 4*
This picturesque centuries-old manor house is built with classic honey-coloured Cotswold stone. The sophisticated interiors feature delightful period décor, roaring lounge fires and cosy bedrooms. Enjoy a refreshing afternoon tea or take a dip in the hotel's premium swimming pool and spa.

4. The Fleece Cirencester 5*

The Fleece Cirencester 5*

Escape to the old Roman town of Cirencester at the lower slopes of the Cotswolds. The Fleece is an idyllic, Grade II-listed inn with stylish and modern rooms bursting with character and colour. The common areas exude history and charm with centuries-old beams and roaring log fires.

5. The Old Swan & Minster Mill 5*

The Old Swan & Minster Mill 5*
Enjoy a laidback stay in a 15th-century inn in the heart of Minster Lovell, a characterful Cotswolds village. Rooms are inviting with luxury bedding and warm, bright interiors. Guests have access to the Old Swan's bar and restaurant, home to cosy nooks and a spectacular menu.

Services will you find in our hotels in The Cotswolds

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities
  • Flatscreen TVs
  • Luxury bathroom amenities
  • Delicious dining options
  • Cosy bar and lounge
  • Pretty gardens
  • Swimming pool and spa

Going on holiday in The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is a popular location during sizzling weather when its hills warm up and beer gardens flourish. The peak season is from June through August, when the weather is at its best. Roads can become busy, particularly near scenic villages and star attractions. To avoid the bulk of these crowds, you can book outside of school holidays. Enjoy fine but variable weather during the Cotswolds' shoulder seasons from spring through autumn too. The weather is often more favourable for walks - just prepare for muddy trails. While winter is cold and wet, the Cotswolds remains charming. Villages burst with festive lights, and old pubs roar with log fires. Try to stay in and around major towns like Cirencester to remain close to the action during these colder periods.

Hotel offers at The Cotswolds convenient for all kind of travel

The Slaughters Country Inn 4*
With romantic fine dining in centuries-old inns and fun farm and wildlife centres, the Cotswolds is suited to all ages. Our romantic getaways make the perfect anniversary or celebratory stay with manors overlooking pretty greenery and soft, rolling hills. The landscape itself is fine for country walks suited for families, couples and friends. Pretty trails are dotted with pubs for leisurely strolls in the country. As for families, you’ll find a wealth of alluring farms, wildlife parks and steam railways to ignite the imagination. Many of the Cotswolds’ villages are renowned for their boutiques, making it a fine shopper’s getaway too. For more lively stays, seek out towns like Cheltenham with its many outdoor festivals and luxury spas.

The range of hotels we offer at The Cotswolds

  • Historic hotels
  • Country lodge hotels
  • Cosy cottages
  • Spa hotels
  • Charming inns

The Cotswolds: what should we bring for a hotel stay?

  • Charging cables
  • Guide book
  • Walking maps
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Pack-away towel
  • Evening attire
  • Sun cream
  • All-weather clothing/umbrella
  • Wellies for wet weather

Your best hotel in The Cotswolds: how to get there and make your booking

The Old Swan & Minster Mill 5*

How to get to The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is among the UK’s most accessible areas of natural beauty. Train stations in Banbury, Cheltenham, Kemble and Stroud, among others, connect throughout the country. What’s more, many border cities like Bath, Gloucester and Oxford provide excellent Cotswold links. While many visitors choose to explore by car, the Cotswolds Discoverer travel pass allows joint bus and train use. Many buses connect lesser-known villages and pretty greens. The closest airport to the Cotswolds is Bristol Airport, but fine public transport links make London arrivals easy too. As for car travel, try to avoid major centres during peak hours, particularly in summer. This will allow you to dodge congestion.

How to book your hotel in The Cotswolds

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The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on The Cotswolds

Lygon Arms 4*
Immensely scenic and dotted with picture-postcard villages, the Cotswolds is the England of your imagination. Bucolic village greens, ancient churches and undulating hills all make for a charming rural retreat. Experience the best of the landscape by staying at one of our luxury Cotswolds hotels. Take your pick from properties linked to royalty or cosy up in a pretty coaching inn. All offer access to the Cotswolds’ renowned long-distance trails and honey-coloured villages.

The Cotswolds – escape to the less-trodden southern Cotswolds

The Slaughters Country Inn 4*
Many visitors stick to the enigmatic northern Cotswolds due to their accessibility and famed sites like Broadway, Winchcombe and Burford. The south Cotswolds has its fill of adorable villages and pretty trails too. Castle Combe is exceedingly pretty, and the Cotswolds Way runs west from Bath through Painswick. You’ll discover serene villages that appear as if untouched by the last several centuries. No wonder Prince Charles spends much of his time here at Highgrove in Tetbury.

Cotswolds Hotels / Cheap Hotels , customer reviews

(Cotswolds - United Kingdom)

Customers testify
Staff were excellent - friendly and helpful. Room was very comfortable and balcony overlooking lake a bonus. The breakfast was very good though cooked items the same every day. The only disappointment was the evening meal which on a couple of occasions was overcooked. If you’re staying for several nights there’s not a lot of variety on the menu.
Reviewed on 2021-07-18 19:43:54 Elizabeth N, travelled as a couple
The Staff were so welcoming and helpful. The atmosphere round th whole complex was peaceful and the bar area/lounge was comfortable with access to the restaurant. We would love to go again next year if you make this an offer again.
Reviewed on 2021-08-06 19:15:22 Christopher B, travelled as a couple
First impressions ok, but subsequently disappointed. The Breakfast was poor, limited choice and poor quality. For the evening meal there were 2 restaurants. On the first night we were allocated into the same as where breakfast was served, again limited choice and quality. On our second night we were able to go to the other restaurant, much better choice and quality. The break was booked on an inclusive basis, but for the dinner allowance was totally inadequate and therefore involved extra payment.The presentation of the meals was poor in the main restaurant (the one where breakfast was served).
Reviewed on 2021-09-23 17:46:37 David P, travelled as a couple
We were very happy with our stay at Cotswold Water Park. The hotel is situated in such a peaceful location and we really appreciated the change of scenery after recent months. Everything was perfect including room, food, service and the staff were always ready to help if we needed it. Would certainly recommend to everyone.
Reviewed on 2021-08-09 10:27:36 Robert N, travelled as a couple
Loved the location, really serene and felt relaxed as soon as we arrived. The hotel staff were welcoming and very helpful. Our room wasn’t ready for occupation so as the weather was good, we decided to walk round the lake which was lovely.
Reviewed on 2022-05-09 13:46:43 Barbara C, travelled as a couple
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