Near the village of Old Sodbury, on the border of the lovely Cotswolds, is this charming 14th-century postal house. The Cross Hands is a wonderful, inviting hotel that elegantly blends old world charm with fresh, modern décor. In fact, after being stuck in a winter blizzard in 1981, even Queen Elizabeth II took advantage of the famed hospitality!
What style cuisine is on offer at Cross Hands Hotel?
The Cross Hands Hotel serves a hearty selection of pub favourites, as well as a distinctive real ale or glass of good wine, so you can unwind. The popular restaurant is laid-back, roomy, and welcoming, and it has a stellar reputation. Everything is freshly cooked, from searing steaks and luscious burgers to lighter snacks. An open fireplace may be found in the lovely oak-beamed Beaufort Bar. If you staying at the hotel, you may wake up to a delicious Full English or continental breakfast to get you ready for the day.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bristol area?
There is plenty to see and do at The Cross Hands throughout the year. Dyrham Park, Newark Park, and Bath Assembly Rooms are all National Trust sites with fascinating histories. The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers stunning scenery and superb walking, running, and bicycling opportunities. Bristol and Bath have fantastic shopping. The National Arboretum at Westonbirt has some spectacular trees and flora. Alternatively, take in a sporting event such as the Badminton Horse Trials or motorsport at the Castle Combe race track.