Cotswold House Hotel & Spa
The Square, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6AN
Stood in the heart of the ancient market town, the honey-stone Cotswold House Hotel & Spa in Chipping Campden is home to beautiful interiors. Contemporary, boutique design mingles effortlessly with chunky beamed ceilings, stone floors, sash windows and open fireplaces.
Food & Drink
Fig Restaurant has been awarded 2 AA Rosettes and has a chic urbanity that makes dining at Cotswold House a gastronomic delight. Tantalising British dishes are created using the finest local produce that you’ll want to write home about.
For Gin Lovers
The Bistro on the Square is a laid-back brasserie serving sharing platters, tapas, irresistible cocktails and a selection of wines and gins. It’s behind the bar, here that one particular highlight of this hotel shines and that is it’s love of fine gin.
As well as a spectacularly well stocked collection of gins from around the world Cotswold House is also renowned for it’s very own gin, distilled locally and exclusively for patrons of the hotel – something for which the hotel is very proud.
Rooms at Cotswold House
A spiral staircase winds up to meandering corridors leading to 22 of 28 the bedrooms where you can flop onto the comfiest of beds. Six of the rooms can be found tucked away in the garden with their own private hot tubs.
Cotswold House Spa
The magical garden is filled with lush plants and trees which lead you to the secluded Spa. Here you can unwind in the hydrotherapy pool, Jacuzzi and steam room before enjoying a Decleor treatment in one of the seven treatment rooms.
This Grade II Listed Regency townhouse is no stranger to couples looking to tie the knot. The elegant rooms and extensive gardens make the perfect backdrop for any wedding. Cotswold House is fully licensed to host civil ceremonies and caters for exclusive use as well as more intimate, bespoke affairs.
Check out our guide to weddings in the Cotswolds
Tips from the hotel
Head up to Dover’s Hill, a local beauty spot. It’s also the site of the Cotswold Olimpicks, where country games (including shin-kicking) are held every May.
Cotswold House Hotel and Spa is surrounded by great walks (and some terrific pubs). The town is the end point of the Cotswold Way, a 102-mile Long-distance footpath.
Robert Welch Gallery, in the lower High Street, is a beautiful shop featuring kitchen and homewares. Each product is designed in the Old Silk Mill at Chipping Campden.
Leave time for afternoon tea in the garden – a well-kept secret at Cotswold House Hotel.