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Luxury Accommodation in or near Winchcombe

The Cotswold town of Winchcombe lies in a valley and is surrounded by beautiful countryside. The town has a number of pubs, restaurants and tea rooms. Nearby is Suddley Castle famous for being the home of Kathrine Parr one of Henry V111 six wives and she is buried in the Chapel of the castle. Other places of interest in the area are Hailes Abbey and Belas Knapp and ancient burial chamber. Accommodation in or near Winchcombe No 61. Winchcombe and The Lion Inn Winchcombe are listed below.
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0 miles from centre of Winchcombe
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No61 is a well furnished mid terrace cottage, located in the Cotswolds. The cottage has a Master bedroom with a kingsize bed. The Garden bedroom has a single bed and can accommodate a cot upon request. Both bedrooms have a wardrobe and chest of drawers. The kitchen is newly fitted with a pull-out breakfast bar that can seat four for casual dinners and lunches. The lounge has seating for 4 with a log burner. A basket of logs is provided in the winter. In the summer the decking at the re...
0.2 miles from centre of Winchcombe
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At The Lion Inn you can enjoy delicious home-cooked, locally sourced food and a great selection of beer, wine and spirits in a beautiful, relaxing environment that dates back to the 15th Century. Each of the eight double en-suite rooms have their own individual character including a converted hayloft, two with their own stone stairway and one with a vintage mural of Mickey Mouse. The team are passionate about the little things; simple and stylish décor, power showers, comfortable beds,...
4.4 miles from centre of Winchcombe
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If walls could speak, a tumult of activity would be heard at Temple Guiting, a historical luxury self-catering house quietly tucked away with Stow-on-the-Wold,
5.5 miles from centre of Winchcombe
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Cotswold Grange is a charming period property located in a beautiful part of Cheltenham between the Town Centre and the famous Racecourse. Situated in a quiet tree-lined avenue yet only a short walk from Cheltenham's many attractions, the hotel exudes character and charm: Cotswold Grange has the generous comfort of a large period house with many enchanting features including high ceilings; beautiful decorative cornicing; the original cantilevered staircase; and a secluded garden with an or...
5.6 miles from centre of Winchcombe
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With 21 bedrooms and 5 studio apartments The Cheltenham Townhouse accommodation suits most Cheltenham hotel requirements. On the northern edge of the Town Centre with free parking the property is ideally located for the Racecourse, Centaur and Pittville Pump Rooms. Complemented by the scrumptious breakfasts, free Wi-Fi and exceptional value for money for the the corporate and leisure traveller. The Cheltenham Townhouse Hotel is so close to everything Cheltenham has to offer that you ca...
5.7 miles from centre of Winchcombe
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One of the most beautiful hotels in the Cotswolds, Buckland Manor is set in ten acres of grounds in a peaceful corner of the village of Buckland.
6.2 miles from centre of Winchcombe
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The 4 star Crossways Guest House is ideally situated in the centre of Cheltenham, within a few minutes walk of festival sites, theatres, excellent shopping, the Promenade with its fine Regency terraces, and some of Cheltenham's excellent restaurants. The Guest House is a classic Regency Grade II listed building, decorated with a subtle blend of period furniture and panache to help make your stay as pleasant as possible. Each room includes, a remote control TV, radio alarm and IPod dock, W...
6.7 miles from centre of Winchcombe
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The Frogmill Hotel has 28 luxurious bedrooms with a restaurant offering seasonal dining, free private parking, a bar and rolling landscapes in the heart of the Cotswolds.
7.1 miles from centre of Winchcombe
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Be charmed by the Cotswolds, this old coaching inn sits in the heart of Broadway village – often called ‘the jewel of the Cotswolds' – and boasts a rich history
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