This award-winning luxury hotel and spa in the heart of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, which has recently benefitted from a substantial refurbishment, will appeal to discerning travellers visiting the Cotswolds, looking for tranquillity, sublime comfort, exceptional food and a stunning spa. The hotel is also available to you as an 'Exclusive Use' venue for meetings, conferences and special events.
What makes a stay at Cotswold House & Spa unique?
The contemporary style makes Cotswold House and Spa one of the most admired boutique hotels in the Cotswolds. With its idyllic location, flexible mix of spaces and immaculate service, it stands as an ideal venue for board meetings, away-day training and corporate events. Dining is available in both the informal Bistro On The Square, alongside fine dining dinner service in Fig Restaurant.
Whatever your plans - whether you're wanting a longer stay to explore the Cotswolds and Stratford-upon-Avon, a romantic weekend away, a well-deserved break in the Cotswolds with family and friends, a Cotswold conference or Cotswold wedding - Cotswold House and Spa is the perfect location.
The Spa at Cotswold House is small but perfectly formed, comprising six treatment rooms, a hydrotherapy area with a heated hydrotherapy pool and an aromatic steam room for pre- and post-treatment use.
The Spa facilities are complimentary for all Cotswold House Hotel residents. Please be aware that the busiest times of the day are generally between 2pm and 5pm so in the interests of fairness and safety we may restrict entry and or limit access to 2 hours during busy times. You are welcome to use the Spa facilities from 1pm on day of arrival up to 1pm on day of check-out. The Spa is only available to guests aged 18 and over.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Of the two dining spaces at Cotswold House, The Bistro On The Square provides the perfect informal setting in which to enjoy sharing platters, tapas, as well as a range of snacks and daily specials, while Fig Restaurant encapsulates fine dining and enables the hotel's dedicated and highly talented kitchen team to demonstrate their considerable flair and imagination.
The kitchen team take their inspiration from the generous local larder and source ingredients from passionate producers based nearby, from which they buy fantastic ingredients such as local cheeses, wholesome fresh breads and quality meats from the Cotswolds region.
The bistro has an informal atmosphere and is open seven days a week serving a range of sharing plates as well as every-changing specials. Fig Restaurant, by contrast, offers fine dining in the evenings from Tuesdays to Saturdays. The tranquil ambience also makes Cotswold House ideal for morning coffees, light lunches, afternoon teas, weekend brunches and dinner with friends, and is further enhanced by excellent service