Thursday, 2 August 2018

How to choose amongst luxury Cotswold Hotels

Here’s our luxury Cotswold hotels guide, highlighting accommodation ideas and ways to enhance your inner Kardashian. Artist Residence, in Oxfordshire, for example, is one of the new breed of cool, artist desgned English pubs. Very discreet and tucked away - try for the Barn Suite with its private terrace and log burner.

Village Pub, just over the road from sister property, Barnsley House is another discreet littl Inn, distonguished by good food and central setting on one of the smartest of Cotswold villages.

Hotels in a Cotswolds setting Calcot Manor is highly respected amongst luxury Cotswold Hotels. Your children can experience a little luxury too, with a playbarn and OFSTED-inspected nanny on the staff. Nearby Whatley Manor is yet another property with a reputation for doing things ‘right’. There’s Michelin dining and the unusual fact that the hotel has more gardens than guest rooms.

Up in the North Cotswolds, Cotswolds House has a smart contemporary feel, some suites with hot tubs. It really is in position ‘A’ too, in the heart of Chipping Campden, on the town square, yet with a wonderful hidden garden at the back.
The nearby Three Ways House hotel is popular with fans of a family-run hotel, just perfect for visits to nearby Kiftsgate Court and Hidcote Manor Garden.
There are plenty of luxury Cotswold hotels on offer, for more inspiration explore then on our website.

More luxury Cotswold hotels ideas

Hotels in the CotswoldsIn pursuit of the luxury Cotswold hotels, take a look at what is happening on Fish Hill, just outside Broadway. Here under private ownership, there are no fewer than 3 private hotels on the same slopes. 
Dormy House is the original, a beautifully restored and converted Cotswolds Farm House at the top of the hill.

Nearby Foxhill Manor is really quite different, an Arts and Crafts gem amongst luxury Cotswold Hotels. The aim here is to create a house party atmosphere. The kitchen team and hosts are on hand to serve food and drink as and when you wish. The property is often used for private bookings and the likes of Lady Gaga and Take That have stayed here. The third property in the group is The Fish, a recently refurbished hotel, with creative use of outdoor spaces - they make the most of wonderful views down over Broadway. 

You’ll find outdoor bars and chef barbecues dotted around as well as some new, luxurious treehouses which are now some of the most sought after bedrooms in the Cotswolds. So too are there Hilly Huts, Shepherd Hut style accommodation.
The Painswick is another relatively new development that has completely revitalised a former hotel. 

With views over the blissful Painswick Valley, the hotel also has one of the most peaceful outdoor spaces in the area. Last time we popped in for a drink, Jude Law was at at the next table.