Cotswolds, United Kingdom

Kings Head Hotel

Rates from (ex tax)$109.79

Price information

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Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (GBP99.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Style

Crown of the town

Setting

Cobbled market square

On the site of a Roman ruin, and once owned by an Elizabethan baliff, The Kings Head hotel is at the heart of the charming Cotswolds market town of Cirencester. Original features of this 450-year-old building have been carefully preserved, from the bare walls and beams to the glass floor over a Roman mosaic, but the interiors offer a subtley colourful take on contemporary country cool.  

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Facilities

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Need to know

Rooms

45, including 18 suites.

Check–Out

11am. Earliest check-in, 3pm.

Rates

Double rooms from $109.79 (£83), excluding tax at 20 per cent.

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (GBP82.50), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

More details

Rates exclude breakfast (£9 each for Continental breakfast; £17.50 for a full English).

Also

Keep your eyes peeled as you walk up the wrought iron stairs to your room – the eponymous King is featured on the bannisters and, as you climb from floor to floor, he grows from a toddler, to a middle-ager (complete with bald pate) and finally to an old man.

At the hotel

Spa, lounge, gym, meeting rooms, free WiFi throughout. In the rooms: Flatscreen TV, air-conditioning, Nespresso coffee machine, tea-making kit, mini fridge (with free milk and mineral water), White Company (Classic, Superior and Deluxe rooms) or Elemis (Feature and Indulgent rooms) bath products.

Our favourite rooms

All the rooms have light, muted colours, super-soft beds and ensuite bathrooms. The Feature rooms are each individually styled to show off the Georgian, Tudor and even medieval elements of the building; some have bare beams or exposed, centuries-old brickwork. Go for a Superior room if you're travelling with little ones; 119 is a particularly good choice, and the hotel has three sets of interconnecting rooms. Room 219 is one of the hotel's most individual: it's brightly decorated in tartan, and has a conservatory-style roof. But our favourites are the Indulgent rooms: 101 is huge, with a pencil four-poster and a freestanding bath tub in the ensuite; 103 has a copper bath tub on a wooden floor next to the bed.

Spa

Down in the vast vaulted basement is the Spa, with four treatment rooms, a relaxation room, sauna, steam room, hot tub and experience shower. The experience you have is up to you, of course (though we highly recommend a massage for two in the couples' room). Treatments include massages and aromatherapy, with mother-and-daughter packages and treatments designed for those aged 12-16. Products are Monu Natural Skin Care. A two-hour session in the spa's Thermal Suite – the hot tub, steam room, infrared sauna, experience shower with a variety of jets and heated relaxation area – is £10 a person for guests (free for guests who have booked treatments), and pre-booking is essential.

Packing tips

Bring your casual clobber for muddy walks in the country (don't forget your waterproofs to stand up to the British weather). A dash of tweed wouldn't be out of place.

Pet‐friendly

Pets are accepted in all room types (excluding Indulgent) for £20 a night, and are welcome in the lounge/bar (where bowls are provided), but not the restaurant. Dogs larger than a labrador/retriever unfortunately cannot be accommodated. See more pet-friendly hotels in Cotswolds.

Children

Under-12s can stay in cots (£15 a night) and extra beds (£30 a night) on request in Superior and Deluxe rooms (some Feature rooms can accommodate extra beds, but you'll need to book well in advance). High chairs are available in the restaurant.

Food and Drink

Photos Kings Head Hotel food and drink

Top Table

For the best of the action, head towards the back, near the open kitchen. If you've got a four-legged Smith with you, ask for a table in the bar, where an extensive menu is served.

Dress Code

Smart country pub. A T-shirt wouldn't be scorned, but neither would a tweed blazer.

Hotel restaurant

The hotel's restaurant is a homey-yet-modern space serving up British food with a contemporary twist; as much as possible is locally sourced, and the open kitchen lets you see your chef at work. The dark wood interior, dim lighting and simple wooden furniture give a smartly cosy pub feel, and Laurie Plant artwork adorns the walls. The menu is in keeping with the decor, with chargrilled squid, exquisitely juicy grilled chicken, plus slickly done burgers, steaks and chunky chips. For afters, the caramel fondant is a must-try, and those without a sweet tooth will jump at the chance to peruse the enormous cheese board in the middle of the room.

Hotel bar

The backlit bar is a destination in its own right, pulling in thirsty Cirencesterians in search of well-mixed cocktails. It's the first thing you see on entering the hotel and feels like a more grown-up space, with leather sofas for two and elaborate booze concoctions. Go for a G&T mixed with a spirit from the hotel's extensive gin collection and a flavoured Fevertree tonic water – we like the elderflower one. Dogs are allowed here (but not in the restaurant), and there's a generous menu of burgers, sandwiches and other treats to pick at. With a nod to the town's history as a centre of the yarn trade, colourful bobbins of thread are mounted on the wall, and bare brick and flagstone tiles give a hard edge to the cosy chic.

Last orders

Dinner is served until 9.30pm.

Room service

Breakfast (7am–11am) and light bites and mains such as pot pie, risotto, burgers and steak (12pm–2.30pm; 6.30pm–9pm) are available in your room; sandwiches (we recommend the coronation chicken) are can delivered round the clock.

Location

Photos Kings Head Hotel location
Address
Kings Head Hotel
24 Market Place, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 2NW
Cirencester
GL7 2NR
United Kingdom

Planes

The nearest airport is Bristol (www.bristolairport.co.uk), which serves the UK and more than 100 European destinations. It's about 50 miles southwest of Cirencester. For further flung places, Heathrow is around 90 miles east.

Trains

Kemble is the nearest station, and a 10 minute (four-mile) drive away. It is served by First Great Western trains for destinations from London Paddington to the West Country.

Automobiles

There is a dropping-off space at the front of the hotel, and a pay and display car park at Market Place (free from 6pm to 8am) next to the hotel. Alternatively, stow your wheels at the Waterloo car park a few minutes' walk from the hotel (£6.50 for a 24-hour stay) or the Forum car park (free after 3pm, maximum 4 hour-stay). If driving from the north or west, exit M5 at junction 11a, on to A417, then A429. From the south and east: exit M4 junction 15 to A419, then A429.

Worth getting out of bed for

This is the heart of the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, and a fine base for muddy exploration of the rolling hills nearby. The Bathurst Estate is a five-minute walk away, and a good place to start for a leisurely stroll; owned by the Earl and Countess of the same name, its mix of long, straight paths and wild foliage make it a favourite with dog walkers. Just around the corner from the hotel, Black Jack Street boasts a clutch of traditional shops, including Keith’s (+44 (0) 1285 654717) – good for home-made jam – and Jesse Smith, the town’s favourite butcher. Along the same road is the Corinium Museum, a treasure trove of Roman history, and there are regular Saturday morning farmers' markets on the square in front of the hotel. Further afield, the ridiculously pretty village of Castle Combe (used in filming of War Horse) is a 40-minute drive to the southwest. The Coln Valley, to the northeast of town, has a series of equally beautiful villages strung out along the River Coln, with the nearest about a 15-minute drive from the hotel. For those who fancy a flutter on a filly there is racing at Cheltenham and curious monarchists, eager gardeners, amatuer historians or fans of Georgian architecture might like to potter around Highgrove House, home to Prince Charles and his Duchy Home Farm (open in Spring and Summer). 

Local restaurants

Just around the corner from the hotel, Food Made by Bob (+44 (0)1285 641 818) is a justly popular deli in the newly refurbished Corn Hall. It does a good line in modern British food with European flourishes, under the guiding hand of Bob Parkinson, former head chef at Bibendum in London. Jesse's Bistro on Black Jack Street is the sister restaurant to the butcher of the same name; as you'd expect, the meat is top-notch. For elaborate, two-starred Michelin munching, the Dining Room at Whatley Manor is a 20-odd-minute drive out of town. 

Local bars

Cirencester is more about cosy pubs than swanky wine bars, and among the best are close to the hotel. Head to The Black Horse to prop up the bar with locals supping pints, or The Bear for a cosy, gastropub-style atmosphere (with a menu to match).

Reviews

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Anonymous review

This is a hotel that wears its history comfortably, but never lets it weigh the place down. The Romans set up home in the neighbourhood, attracted by the location and the thriving wool trade, and put the locals to work building neat little roads on their way to conquering Wales. The Kings Head gives a nod to the past with a glass floor at reception that reveals a Roman mosaic a metre or so into the earth below. Colourful yarns and bobbins on the walls nod to the trade that continued long after the Roman Empire faded away. There has been a building here since around 1550, and it has housed an Elizabethan baliff, Georgian cockfights, and, fleetingly, a scarpering royalist, rousted by local supporters of parliament during the Civil War. It all gets a passing nod here, through architecture or decoration, but with enough calmly cosy modern flourishes to make this a very contemporary country stay.

The Guestbook

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith Hotel with us, we’ll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what other Smith members had to say in Kings Head Hotel’s Guestbook below.

We loved

The big room and comfy bed. The bar had nice cocktails and the food was lovely, especially breakfast. The Smith Extra of a gin tray. Being situated in the middle of a quaint Cotswold town, perfect for browsing. We had a Sunday lunch at the Wild Duck at Ewen which was lovely and LBs in Cirencester was fab for a quick bite on a busy weekend.

Don’t expect

Complete peaceful luxury. The hotel is wonderful and priced perfectly but our room overlooked the street and was a little noisy on a Saturday evening as you would expect. Parking – not an issue for us and it is very clear there is limited parking but I was surprised how many guests were arriving unaware.

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Stayed on 28 Apr 2018

We loved

Big rooms.

Don’t expect

Reception weren't as helpful as they could be.

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Stayed on 13 Apr 2018

We loved

Lovely team. Lovely chilled atmosphere. Lunch and dinner were great. Breakfast was good but not as good as other meals.

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Stayed on 31 Mar 2018

We loved

The building, the decor and the service. The food was excellent. The breakfast was one of the best we've had with plenty of choice and the cooked breakfast was cooked to order. The dinner was also really good with quality ingredients and well presented. The waitresses were friendly and efficient. The gin and tonic in the room on arrival was a nice touch. The town is worth pottering round with its many interesting individual shops and old buildings. We also drove to Ewen, had a drink at the Wild Duck (it's so popular as an eating place the restaurant needs to be booked well in advance) and then walked to the source of the Thames which was an easy, well sign-posted 3 miles away.

Don’t expect

The kitchen extractor fan to be quiet! In the rooms above the kitchen (one of which was ours) the noise was quite significant. We spoke to reception who said the fans go off at 10pm but offered to change our room. We moved to one of the apartments which was very spacious, quiet and had much better WiFi than our original room. However, the apartment didnt have the same luxurious feel as the room. We were very pleased with the efficient helpful response though.

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Stayed on 31 Mar 2018

We loved

The food in the restaurant was really good and there was a really nice atmosphere in there too. The room was lovely and spacious, and the gin tray on the table was a welcome touch! On Saturday morning there was a lovely farmers market just outside along with an indoor craft market next door!

Don’t expect

To be able to walk straight into the spa. Booking definitely recommended. Car parking outside is also limited but the long stay is only a short walk away.

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Stayed on 23 Mar 2018

We loved

The proximity to Cirencester Park which is perfect for long walks and Cirencester itself is a lovely place with lots of quirky shops and some great restaurants. Staff are very friendly, breakfast was great and it's dog friendly. Rooms are nice and spacious and well equipped. No robes in the rooms but they are available in the spa. Jesses Bistro and Made by Mob. There's a great wine shop too in the Corn Mall right next to the hotel. The Bears Inn is lovely too, very cosy and dog friendly.

Don’t expect

Super luxury – feels a little bit cold in places as they still seem to be redecorating and an odd blend of old and new in the hotel which feels a bit stark in places and not so cosy as other Mr & Mrs Smith hotels.

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Stayed on 2 Mar 2018

We loved

The beautiful rooms and friendly staff.

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Stayed on 11 Feb 2018

We loved

The spa, the food, the amazing room and an especially lazy Sunday drinking cocktails in front of the fire... We had dinner and drinks in The Fleece, just opposite the hotel. Good food and excellent, attentive staff.

Don’t expect

Any problems at all! We had the perfect weekend.

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Stayed on 10 Feb 2018

We loved

The large bedroom with a king-size bed, comfortable sofa and chairs. The bath in the bedroom was interesting. Good restaurant with good choice of dishes and well prepared. Attentive service. Liked the open style of the bar, the lounge restaurant and the large fire in the lounge.

Don’t expect

Open countryside outside the windows – the hotel is on the High street but rooms are quiet.

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Stayed on 8 Feb 2018

We loved

How beautiful the room was, we had a superior and it was so quaint but full of character with a brick chimney breast and small seats by the window. Perfect for a night away from the hustle and bustle of home.

Don’t expect

Parking on site or out the front. You can park outside the hotel for up to two hours (if you get a spot) offer that its a public car park or pay £15 for the private garage owned by the hotel, but this is done on a first come first serve basis and is still a good walk away from the hotel.

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Stayed on 4 Jan 2018

We loved

We loved the breakfast. We paid a little extra at checkout and got this included – I'm glad as it is 17.50 per day otherwise. I can see why it is this expensive though, everything was gorgeous. The fruit was slightly lacking, but there was a choice of fruit juices, pain au chocolat and croissants and everything you need for a yoghurt breakfast. You could go up and get as much of this as you want. You make your own toast but I don't mind that. Then you can also choose from the hot breakfasts menu, which I think for breakfast is quite a big selection; all the egg florentine/benedict etcs that you would want, full english naturally, eggs on toast, bacon/sausage sandwich and a few more. They were all delicious and beautifully presented. When my poached eggs were a little too done for me (I like runny) they politely replaced them, apologised almost too much and didnt make me feel awkward or wrong for asking. The room was lovely but it wasnt as great as the pictures I'll admit. The atmosphere dining downstairs is really great as is the restaurant.

Don’t expect

Don't expect a big range on the restaurant menu. There werent many choices at all. What we got was lovely, exquisite eve...but if youre picky I don't recommend it. Also, dont expect it to look like the pictures. We got a superior suite and it was lovely but not like the pictures. Seeing the size of some of the other superiors I felt like we had a decent pick too. Don't expect incredible nightlife, it was quiet from 10pm onwards for us.

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Stayed on 2 Jan 2018

We loved

Having driven through the beautiful snow-covered Cotswolds the open fire and comfy chairs were a welcome relief. The room was large and the bath enormous with nice extra touches such as the Nespresso machine and White Company toiletries. The hotel had contacted me before our visit to book us a table in the restaurant and we were very pleased with the variety on the menu and our selections especially the Chateaubriand which was cooked to perfection. Having opted for the dinner, bed and breakfast option, despite having 3 courses and wine the additional charge was not significant and was real value for money. The bed was so comfortable we nearly missed breakfast which would've been a shame as again the variety and choices were plentiful and the quality of a high standard. Due to our unexpected lay in we unfortunately didn't have time to visit the spa but will try and fit that in on our next visit. The hotel is centrally located in the town but there was no trouble from road noise, although parking is limited so be prepared to have a short walk to a public car park.

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Stayed on 27 Dec 2017

We loved

My room was wonderfully big, as was the bathroom. Furnishings were tasteful and comfortable. The spa was amazingly relaxing – plush, welcoming and my massage was great. I loved the welcoming atmosphere in the bar area – the bar staff were lovely and friendly. And that lots of dogs were everywhere.

Don’t expect

A hand to your room. No matter how many bags you have. Or help from reception. Don't expect a heads up on parking. You'll likely have to get up and go to the car park 10 mins' walk away for 8am every morning, no matter how much you dreamt of lying in and catching up on sleep. And don't expect any minibar or snacks in your room. It's all room service or nothing.

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Stayed on 24 Dec 2017

We loved

The village, the shops, the market and the room.

Don’t expect

Luxury – the hotel is slightly tired.

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Stayed on 16 Dec 2017

We loved

The bedrooms were so cosy and comfortable – we didn't want to leave! We had an amazing lunch at Made by Bob, which is right next door to the hotel, and a lovely steak dinner at Jesse Smith's Bistro.

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Stayed on 11 Nov 2017

We loved

Good location in the nicest part of the town. Dinner was nice, and there's a nice sitting room to enjoy the fire.

Don’t expect

A small hotel, the hotel is vast! Really disappointed by front of house staff, really didn't welcome us at all, left waiting for ages in reception for anyone to attend to us. When we called down to ask for something to be brought up to the room this didn't arrive. Also disappointed we could not use the spa despite having booked a treatment; the spa is too small for the size of the hotel and unless you book far in advance you are likely to be unable to use this.

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Stayed on 3 Nov 2017

We loved

The rooms were very nice, large and comfortable.

Don’t expect

Breakfast was extremely expensive! £17 per head!

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Stayed on 24 Sep 2017

We loved

The size of the room and bathroom. The service at breakfast.

Don’t expect

A peaceful night if others on your floor, or above, check in late and run a bath.

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Stayed on 17 Sep 2017

We loved

The rooms are clean, spacious and well decorated.

Don’t expect

Hot water: the boiler broke on tge second day. Parking – you have to park off site.

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Stayed on 14 Sep 2017

We loved

The friendly service and willingness to help. Our gin tray wasn't in our room on arrival as promised but that was soon resolved and in fact, we had it before dinner at the bar which was much better. Our first night was also interrupted by lots of noise out the back: bin lorries reversing, vans loading and unloading etc, but they soon moved us into another room – which was a free upgrade! The food was lovely – we had both breakfast and dinner and the quality was fantastic, plus the service was exemplary. Also, the location was great as it's centrally placed for the Cotswolds, although Cirencester has plenty there if you don't fancy exploring.

Don’t expect

To laze around, it is a town centre hotel after all! However, there is a spa but we didn't use it (out of choice only).

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Stayed on 31 Aug 2017

We loved

The room and the thermal spa. Made by Bob next door was a lovely find, as well as Oeno Wines

Don’t expect

The WiFi to work, reception to answer the phone, ice to come with your room service, or free parking.

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Stayed on 24 Aug 2017

We loved

The cosy decor.

Don’t expect

Great service. It's not especially well run and the food is just ok, but the staff make up for it by being friendly and helpful.

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Stayed on 7 Aug 2017

We loved

The food.

Don’t expect

The fire door above, which banged everytime it opened. This kept us up until the early hours and again woke us early.

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Stayed on 3 Aug 2017

We loved

Everything about the room; really large space and very comfortable bed. Great idea to have a copper bath in it as well. 

Don’t expect

For us, breakfast wasn't the best experience. Our order was served incorrectly and took 20 minutes to arrive. Customer service on this front could be improved. 

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Stayed on 23 Jul 2017

We loved

Lobby/bar/friendliness/cleanliness.

Don’t expect

A better room for more money. My friend opted for a cheaper room than I did and her room was nicer and not much smaller.

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Stayed on 6 Jul 2017

We loved

The hotel interiors and great location right in the heart of Cirencester – the perfect base for exploring the beautiful Cotswolds. The Bell at Sapperton for cozy gourmet pub grub and when you leave, have a snoop at some beautiful Cotswold homes in the village.

Don’t expect

Gourmet breakfasts. The buffet is a little lackluster, although saying that the eggs Benedict was delicious.

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Stayed on 27 May 2017

We loved

Everything. Great spaces, great service and a lovely spa to relax in. The restaurant served beautiful food and wine - great care and attention to detail was taken over every element. The best element was arguably the super kingsize bed in the room - like sleeping on a cloud.

Don’t expect

A party. This is the perfect getaway for peace and quiet and some true indulgence.

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Stayed on 18 Apr 2017

We loved

The hotel - it's beautiful - lovely rooms and facilities!

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Stayed on 10 Apr 2017

We loved

The room, the food and the staff. The market had some interesting stalls and there are some little gems of independent shops.

Don’t expect

Bad service as it was incredible!

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Stayed on 10 Mar 2017

We loved

Hotel features blending old and new. Upgrade, restaurant, fireside bar, and room presentation. Location in the market square was perfect for such a visit. Go to Made by Bob for deli food, brunch and restaurant. Xanadu for reclaimed furniture bargains, Food, drink and atmosphere in the hotel as good as anywhere else.

Don’t expect

Busy streets and lively nightlife......(ideal!)

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Stayed on 3 Mar 2017

We loved

The hotel and room decor. Luxury linen, amazing bathroom. First class food – dinner and breakfast. Lovely local shops. We arrived Sunday so it was limited otherwise great shopping.

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Stayed on 26 Feb 2017

We loved

The room, location of hotel helpful staff, good food.

Don’t expect

Parking a bit of an issue especially when we arrived early Saturday afternoon - no hotel parking, have to try and find 'pay and display' or car park in busy market town.

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Stayed on 18 Feb 2017

We loved

The hotel was beautifully designed, every last bit has been carefully appointed and well thought out. The bed was very comfortable, and the bathroom was very spacious! The Hare, just round the corner, is a great place to eat if you like BBQ. 

Don’t expect

Air conditioning, the rooms on the top floor get very warm!!!

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Stayed on 9 Feb 2017

We loved

Quiet, comfortable, large room.

Don’t expect

A selection of draughty ales.

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Stayed on 5 Feb 2017

We loved

Really loved the staff, attention to detail, the room, the food – what is there not to love about this place? We were on a winter warmer weekend and couldnt fault it. Cheers for the free Smith G&T! 

Don’t expect

...late night clubbing, but this place is still lively at midnight.

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Stayed on 28 Jan 2017

We loved

The room. Innovative reception area. No use of vinegar in the poached eggs.

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Stayed on 19 Jan 2017

We loved

Our room was outstanding!

Don’t expect

To park on site. Not good for draught beers.

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Stayed on 7 Jan 2017

We loved

We loved everything about the Kings Head hotel. It was situated right in the heart of Cirencester. Our room and the food was excellent and all the staff extremely friendly and helpful. Lots of lovely shops, cafes and small cosy pubs to have a drink and a bite to eat in.

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Stayed on 4 Dec 2016

We loved

Lovely Rooms. Helpful Staff. Fun Bar/ Foyer.

Don’t expect

Need to book spa ahead.

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Stayed on 19 Nov 2016

We loved

Great big room; lovely layout. Also the restaurant was also excellent. We went for an amazing walk in Bibury, a 15-minute drive away.

Don’t expect

...A big spa. It's a lovely little spa making the most of the space they have, but there is no pool to relax at. Breakfast was okay, but nothing out of this world. Limited options from the buffet was the main negative.

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Stayed on 11 Nov 2016

We loved

The laid-back bar. Also go to the Fleece Pub across the street.

Don’t expect

Can't think of anything!!

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Stayed on 30 Oct 2016

We loved

Lovely location right in the centre of Cirencester. Beautiful building and fab roof terrace.

Don’t expect

Scenic views - the room looked out over an air conditioning vent and the window wouldn't open. Breakfast disappointing and overpriced (gave up and went to Cote which was much better!) and service pleasant but vague and a little lacking in direction. No parking and nobody to carry bags to and from room.

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Stayed on 5 Aug 2016

We loved

Service and room, very happy with hotel and spa

Don’t expect

Likelihood of a good view from window, Free parking.

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Stayed on 24 Jul 2016

We loved

Throwing open the double doors to our room and the gin tray on arrival

Don’t expect

Parking

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Stayed on 20 Jul 2016

We loved

Big rooms, great roof terrace for drinks

Don’t expect

Cosy country pub hospitality

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Stayed on 15 Jul 2016

We loved

The excellent room, free G&T and hotel restaurant. 9/10

Don’t expect

Parking arrangements not good, municipal car parks quite a walk away.

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Stayed on 28 Jun 2016

We loved

The gin tray on arrival, and our room, which was very comfortable and well appointed with a beautifully spacious bathroom. Made By Bob is just next door and highly recommended - the food was fabulous (they are also open for dinner on Fridays).

Don’t expect

Consistent cooking from the kitchens (dinner was great, but breakfasts were poor) or polished service in the restaurant (lots of long waits, mistakes and omissions across the tables - the team seemed to lack leadership or co-ordination).

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Stayed on 3 Jun 2016