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The Crown Of Crucis Corinium Hotel & Restaurant Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Apartments
The Crown Of Crucis
Ampney Crucis, Cirencester
Corinium Hotel & Restaurant
12 Gloucester Street, Cirencester
Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Apartments
Lake 6, Spine Road East, South Cerney, Cricklade
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Best Western Stratton House Hotel The Wild Duck Inn Fleece Hotel
Best Western Stratton House Hotel
Gloucester Road, Cirencester
The Wild Duck Inn
Ewen Cirencester, Cirencester
Fleece Hotel
Market Place, Cirencester

A traveller who has spent time touring the United Kingdom will notice something interesting about accommodation. Many guest houses were once stately homes or barns. The same can be said for Cirencester hotels, many of which were once owned by private families. Some were barns. Others were mill houses. Certain homes date from the Victorian period while others are far older. This means that the rooms are often unusual as they had to be converted from their former purpose. Another consequence of these kinds of transformations is that a hotel will frequently offer only a limited number of rooms.

In spite of their age, these inns and lodges are comfortably appointed for modern guests. Several provide tea and coffee making facilities in each of their rooms. A lot of them are fitted with satellite television, DVD players, even a trouser press. Many feature en suite facilities, though it is also common for a bed and breakfast or guest house to offer shared bathrooms. If you happen to lodge at a bed and breakfast, take advantage of a home-cooked meal which will be hearty and filling. Lots of places offer alternatives for vegetarians and healthy eaters, but fried eggs and sausages are readily available too.

Finding an indoor or outdoor pool and spa at one of these Cirencester hotels is quite rare, as is the case in many parts of the country. Their structures were not built to house such a facility originally. If there are gardens at the back, these are highly coveted and carefully maintained. Guests will find at least one example of a seasonal outdoor pool, however. Visitors who like the water are in the right part of England too. The Cotswolds provide ample opportunity to get onto or into the water.

Cotswold Water Park is a short drive away. Amid its many acres of walking trails and trees there are over a hundred man-made lakes. Boaters and anglers regularly visit here, while ramblers and nature lovers have plenty to look forward to as well. Many guest houses and Cirencester hotels feature extensively landscaped gardens, several of which are rich with decades-old shrubs and trees. Some are so lush with shrubbery, flowers, and hanging baskets, they provide a relaxing retreat without guests having to seek-out other garden sanctuaries like the arboretum which is within driving distance of the town. Birds and butterflies come right to the patio where guests take tea during the afternoon.

Then again, not everyone has the same idea of what a retreat should look like. Some visitors prefer a spa resort. Certain holiday-makers expect golf to be included in their activities. Fine wines and high-class dining are also essential parts of the list where particular guests are concerned, and they will find all of these if they research Cirencester hotels carefully. Most inns post their own websites, making it easy to explore rooms and amenities or to check the availability of rooms and make a reservation online.

The River Coln flows through here. At least one guest house is situated virtually on its banks. When guests want to wake-up to a fabulous view, this is just one way to get it. Another way is to stay in one of the rooms on a large estate or farm. These are sometimes raised-up, providing views down into town or around to other wild and beautiful features. A relaxing environment could be the ideal place to host a conference. On the other hand, it helps to be near corporate centres. Business visitors can book use of meeting rooms then end their working day with drinks and a meal in the adjoining lounge or an elegant conservatory.

Many Cirencester hotels are also restaurants. They serve home cooked suppers and some also serve lunches. When all you want is a snack, finding a tea shop is not hard. Tea is a sacred ritual in England and many establishments will offer a pot plus scones and other baked goodies. Alternatively, stop by a bakery for a sandwich, or even a candy shop for that other important food group: chocolate. Visit the high street or covered shops to find other goodies besides chocolate such as jewellery, toys, and fragrant lotions.

There are lots of ways to spend an afternoon near Cirencester hotels. Gloucestershire is not far for shopping. Horse racing, cricket and football are all within easy reach by car or train. If a visitor is house-hunting prior to a job transfer, he might take time to find-out where the schools, churches, and recreation centres are located. His accommodation options include some locations geared towards long-stay visitors with their economical weekly rates and self-catering amenities. A self-catering cottage makes a budget-conscious choice too.

Parents arriving at Cirencester hotels with children will want to take note of the numerous family-friendly attractions. Cotswold Wildlife Park if filled with exotic beasts. These include lions, gibbons, and rhinos. A farmyard is also set-up for kids so they can get closer to the animals. Some children and lots of adults are fascinated with ancient history, and there are plenty of examples all over the country. Cirencester hotels are situated within an easy walk or drive from some Roman sites of interest. This was a Roman town, and visible remnants worth seeing include an amphitheatre and a villa. Cirencester Museum provides an in-depth look through more than a thousand years of history.

An Abbey once stood near by amid lush grounds, but it was demolished. A Norman church remains, and though the Romans were earlier, the Normans came to Britain only a few hundred years after them. The grounds themselves offer a beautiful location for quiet reflection.

Sudeley Castle originated around the same time as that Norman church, but it was destroyed centuries later. Today, owners continue the restoration work begun more than a century ago. Visitors can come and admire the work being done while also exploring the grounds. Blenheim Castle is one of the most famous in England. Cirencester hotels place tourists within easy reach of this popular destination. Though relatively young when compared Sudeley, it is still over three hundred years old. The building and grounds are open to tours and a cafe serves refreshments.