We Love —
- Discover the Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel, a modern luxury Cotswolds hotel set in an idyllic wonderland of lakes, rivers and rolling countryside
- The hotel perfectly complements its serene setting, with modern facilities that ensure you have a stay as peaceful as the surrounding nature
- Make use of the spa, visit the hotel restaurant, and truly enjoy the best of a UK staycation!
New Voyage Privé —
Carefully selected by our experts especially for you
Your Destination —
Local attractions include:
This delightful market town is perhaps one of the best known Cotswold destinations. Take a stroll round the fine array of Cotswold stone buildings or browse the antique shops, art galleries and craft shops.
Situated just a few miles from Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water is sometimes described as the ‘Little Venice’ of the Cotswolds. Enjoy a picnic by the River, sit outside one of the many pubs and cafes or just marvel at the beautiful, old shops and houses, which are made of local Cotswold stone.
Situated on the River Coln, about a half an hour drive from the Cotswold Water Park, Bibury is not to be missed. Once described by William Morris as ‘The most beautiful village in the Cotswolds’, the village is home to Arlington Row, a group of world-famous ancient cottages, dating back to the 16th Century.
Visiting Burford, a small town located under an hours drive from the Cotswold Water Park, is like stepping back in time. This beautiful town, situated on the River Windrush was once a wealthy wool town. Now it is a popular hot-spot for visitors who come to admire its ancient shops, houses, restaurants and pubs.
The nearby market town of Cirencester is steeped in Roman History. The second largest town in Britain during Roman times, Cirencester is now a busy town and central point for many local villages. More like a Cathedral than a church, St. John Baptist Church, which is located in the town square, is one of the largest in England and is definitely worth a visit.
Nearby Gloucester is well worth a visit, with its Norman Cathedral and restored docks. Once you have explored the town, enjoy a boat ride from Gloucester Docks and admire the Victorian warehouses, which have starred in many period films.
Your Hotel —
Welcome to the Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel, a contemporary luxury Cotswolds hotel set in a wonderland of lakes, rivers, woodland and open countryside. The hotel has been designed to complement its beautiful surroundings, while retaining all the modern features of a premier 4 star hotel. This Cotswolds hotel provides a range of luxury accommodation, and you can enjoy dining at its best in the Cotswolds Brasserie restaurant, lakeside veranda, private dining facilities or Old Boathouse Pub. This Cotswolds hotel is the perfect place for a wonderful UK retreat
- 328 rooms
- The Old Boathouse Pub
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
Your Room —
This offer is based on a Standard Room.
Please note: the bed for the 3rd/4th guest sharing is likely to be a sofa bed or camp style bed. Only a child can be accommodated this way.
Your Board Basis —
This offer is based on a bed and breakfast stay. Just for you: A 10% voucher off dinner, (per party per night, not including drinks) for the number of guests staying in the hotel. This table can be booked in the Brasserie or the Old Boat House Pub ( Dinner on Fridays and Saturdays in Dec can only be taken in the Old Boat House as Brasserie is booked for private Xmas Parties). Subject to availability - tables not guaranteed.
With its majestic position overlooking the lakes at South Cerney, the Brasserie provides contemporary charm in an idyllic setting, creating a relaxed ambience, which combined with a host of traditional Brasserie delights, makes for a rewarding visit.
The Brasserie with a lakeside view is set in the Cotswold Water Park Hotel and offers an wide variety of choices to dine from. Expert chefs use only the finest ingredients to prepare the wide range of mouth-watering dishes available, which include breakfast and dinner.
The restaurant design is sympathetic to the stunning Cotswolds surroundings, with natural materials being an integral part of the cutting-edge design. Large expanses of glass maximise the beautiful views and give the restaurant a light and airy feel. A striking feature of the restaurant is the wine wall, quite literally a glass-encased wall of our specially selected wines!
The Lakeside Decking
Make the most of fine weather with the spectacular decking, which looks out onto the Cotwolds lake, and captures the sunlight for most of the day. There is no better way to start the day than with a leisurely al fresco breakfast overlooking the stunning view. The delicious dinner menu and extensive range of wines can also be enjoyed on the decking and, with the glorious sunsets and the abundant resident wildlife, make the perfect end to the day.
The Lounge and Bar
Relax with a drink and a light meal in thecomfortable, contemporary Lounge and Bar area. It is open from early morning until late and offers a delicious range of freshly prepared snacks and light meals, as well as a wide range of drinks.
The Old Boathouse – Cotswolds Pub
Styled like a traditional Boathouse, but with a stunning contemporary twist, The Old Boathouse Pub specialises in modern British food originating from the Cotswolds area. Relax and unwind in the modern surroundings and marvel at the picturesque views with a refreshing drink and delicious, freshly prepared food.
Your Time —
Just for you:20% off prebooked Spa Treatments ( subject to availability).
Enter Spa 6, one of the most luxurious spa hotels in the UK and discover a haven for the body and mind. Spa 6 is a truly tranquil setting for an enviable range of beauty treatments and spa facilities designed to pleasure, pamper, enhance your fitness and ensure you enjoy a genuine spa experience. Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, this Cotswolds Spa Hotel is the perfect place to experience some real ‘me-time’.
Your Journey —
Transport is not included in this offer.
Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel is situated off the A419, 3 miles from Cirencester and only 20 minutes from junction 15 of the M4 and junction 11a of the M5.