North Street, Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5PS
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, feather duvets, fresh flowers and natural products. Rooms are also clutter-free which means no televisions but scrabble and playing cards instead. Our bathrooms feature Bramley products which contain the highest grade pure essential oils, 100% natural botanicals and rich cocoa and shea butters.
As a true country pub, they also serve delicious home-cooked, locally sourced food and a great selection of ales, wine and spirits in a beautiful environment that dates back to the 15th Century. The constantly changing menu can also be enjoyed al fresco in the large, sunny well-stocked garden. We are proud to be part of ‘Pub group of the year 2016’ by the Good pub Guide.
The Lion Inn is an ideal base from which to explore some of the most beautiful locations in the Cotswolds. There is stunning countryside, beautiful walks and cycle routes, open gardens, festivals, country fetes, races, vintage car hill climbs, local cider, perry and beers, pick your own fruit, and fields of Cotswold lavender. Broadway is only 15min away.
The Lion Inn Winchcombe also has a Restaurant:
The Lion Inn Winchcombe is part of the following Travel Ideas:
"A 16th century coaching inn and a favourite stop for hikers, the Lion Inn has that cool country thing going on – with bags of history evident but renovated to appear cosy and bright at the same time. With four bedrooms in the main pub building and a further four set around the garden, demand is high with the quirkiness of the features making them all the more appealing (think retro phones, antique rocking horses etc). Food is excellent here – homemade bread and chutneys are much loved and the breakfast eggs Benedict is awesome while Sunday dinner has become a bit of an institution to make sure to book."
"Sitting on the Cotswold Way, the ancient Lion at Winchcombe is a classic British pub in the nicest possible way. Should your idea of a perfect weekend away involve a Cotswold village, a pub with open fires, good food and an amiable landlady with two enormous dogs, then this is the place for your rural getaway.
There are just seven bedrooms up above along corridors that slope alarmingly (no, you haven’t had too much to drink) and best of all there’s no television when you get to your room. Be honest, if you’ve come all this way for a touch of Richard Curtis movie-inspired romance the last thing you want is for your partner to be glued to the telly. Come to think of it, there’s no TV in the bar either. This is a pub that focuses on what matters: food, booze, log fires, and cosy bedrooms. What more do you need?"
Information on The Lion Inn Winchcombe , North Street , Winchcombe
|No. of bedrooms:||Total: 8|
|Room rates guide:||
Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Mastercard, Visa
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted
Romantic Details: Two Suites perfect for a romantic trip away
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes
Accreditation/Awards: AA 4 Star Inn, 1 AA Rosette, Part of 'Pub Group of the Year 2016' by The Good Pub Guide
Wi-Fi, Scrabble and playing cards, Power shower
Garden, Restaurant and Bar, Snug, Private dining room, Wi-fi
|Outdoor activities on site:||
Cycling, Vintage car hill climbs, Walking
|Local directions:||Easy to find as there are only two main streets in Winchcombe and the Lion Inn is on one of them – North Street. If you are travelling down the high street look for the Museum (with the original town stocks outside) – North Street runs down the side of the Museum.|
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Nearest railway stn:
Bristol (66 miles) (1 hour, 20 mins)
Cheltenham (7.5 miles) (20 mins)
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