Cotswold House Hotel & Spa
- Style State-of-the-art comfort zone
- Setting Charming Chipping Campden
Your dream designer pad with all the mod cons, in a breathtaking rural village setting. Chipping Campden is the stuff that tourist-board dreams are made of – ancient, higgledy-piggledy low-lying buildings of beautiful yellow Cotswold stone. Each room at Cotswold House Hotel & Spa has its own USP, and comes equipped with a massive television, Bang & Olufsen entertainment centre, and one of the biggest and comfiest beds you will ever have the joy of sleeping in. It's child-friendly, too.
Need to know
- Rooms 28, including three suites.
- Rates Double rooms from $143.02 (£88), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
- More details Rates include breakfast.
- Facilities Spa with hammam and hydrotherapy pool, gardens, croquet lawn, DVD/CD library. In rooms: flatscreen TV, CD/DVD player, fridge, tea/coffee, free broadband internet access.
- Check–out 11.00am. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Children Cotswold House is family-friendly (although the spa is adults-only): there is a children’s menu, and cots and high chairs are free to borrow. Foldaway beds can be added to some rooms for £35 a night.
- Also Dogs can be accommodated – enquire when booking.
In the know
- Our favourite rooms All the cottage rooms are lovely; ask for one with its own fireplace. Hidcote Cottage and Longborough Suite have private gardens with outdoor hot tubs. Rooms in the Montrose House wing are all-singing and all-dancing, with in-shower mood lighting and bath tubs built for two: room 11, a suite, has a steam bath; the Sezincote suite has a stone bath.
- Packing tips Something more comfortable to slip into. Swimmers for the spa. A blanket to sit on if you plan to picnic alfresco.
- Also The Cotswold Spa uses La Saltane de Saba products; be sure to book a treatment in advance to avoid disappointment.
Food and drink at Cotswold House Hotel & Spa
- Hotel restaurant The Cotswold Grill is open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and – as you'd expect – has perfected the humble grill; mouthwatering local sausages, homemade burgers and fresh fish dishes are all on offer. There's also the hotel's fine-dining restaurant, the refined Dining Room.
- Dress code Things are nicely relaxed in the Cotswold Grill, but you may want to snazz up a little for dinner in the Dining Room.
- Top table Dine outside, weather permitting; inside, near the French windows.
- Last orders The Cotswodl Grill is open from 7.20am–3pm for breakfast and lunch; sandwiches and afternoon tea are served 3pm–6pm, and dinner 6pm–9pm Sunday–Thursday and till 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays. The Dining Room is open from 7pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
- Room service There’s a full menu until the kitchens close at 9.00pm (10pm at weekends) and cold snacks thereafter.
- Hotel bar The Pavilion Bar serves drinks and light meals on the terrace in good summer weather. Juliana’s Bar is open as long as residents are cosied up on its inviting sofas. Delicious champagne cocktails are served in the Cotswold Grill bar.
Also worth knowing
- Weddings This property is suitable for weddings. More details