We’re often asked whether we can recommend anywhere for our clients to stay whilst visiting the Cotswolds. With a great selection of B&Bs, hotels, inns, manor houses and self-catering accommodation options throughout the northern Cotswold region, you’ll be sure to find something that works for you.
Take a look at the list below, all of whom we are proud to work with to make your visit to the Cotswolds as enjoyable as possible.
Ellenborough Park Hotel, Cheltenham
Caught between the Cotswolds’ highest point and the lush green gallops of Cheltenham Racecourse, Ellenborough Park is a destination in itself. The 15th century country estate, turned 21st century luxury retreat features 90 acres of Cotswold countryside, 2 restaurants a lounge and 61 extraordinary bedrooms. Ellenborough Park is synonymous with family retreats, romantic escapes and unforgettable weddings.
The Ebrington Arms, Ebrington
The Ebrington Arms is situated in the unspoilt village of Ebrington, a couple of miles down the road from the Cotswold market town of Chipping Campden. The village inn has been at the heart of its community since the 1640s, but more recently it won Number 1 UK Village Inn of the Year 2017 in The Times newspaper and has held 2 AA rosettes for food for the past 8 years running. They also brew their own organic beers, available in the pub. Truly independent, The Ebrington Arms’ owners Jim & Clare have been there for 11 years.
The Killingworth Castle, Wootton
The Killingworth Castle – near Woodstock and Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire – is a 17th Century coaching Inn, having undergone extensive renovations in 2012, and is the sister pub to The Ebrington Arms. It has 8 newly refurbished bedrooms in the adjoining stable block. It has an AA rosette for food and is an ideally located pub for Blenheim, Bicester Village and only a few miles from Oxford city itself.
Cotswold Bed & Breakfasts
The Olive Branch, Broadway
The Olive Branch Guest House is a 400 year old 16th Century Grade II Listed building. Throughout the guest house and 8 rooms, original structural features have been preserved, such as the original Cotswold stone, ceiling beams and inglenook fireplace. David and Pam are fantastic hosts, and since 1961 The Olive Branch has been known as being a warm and friendly, family run ‘home from home’ with many guests returning year after year.