Country Inns in the Cotswolds
A break away to the Cotswolds would not be the same without a visit to one of the fabulous, country pubs. And what’s even better is staying a night or two in one of these quintessential Cotswolds country inns, in a quaint Cotswolds village location or amidst the endless countryside.
Staying in a Cotswolds country inn is a fantastic way to take a short break, particularly if you like a cosy atmosphere; great food; traditional ales and ciders; along with a great selection of wines. The high standard of accommodation within many of the Cotswold’s inns provides a luxurious boutique feel to them, whilst others are decorated to a high standard, but in-keeping with tradition.
The Cotswold stone High Streets are home to many country inns and pubs which offer accommodation with so many to choose from. Some inns also have connections to famous people, including J.R.R Tolkien and Laurie Lee.
One of the best times of the year to stay in a Cotswold country inn, is during the coldest months of the year, when you can come in from the cold and snuggle up next to an inglenook fireplace, eat a hearty supper and then head off for a good night’s sleep, ready to do it all again the very next day.
The unique beauty and atmosphere of a Cotswolds country inn, has got to put a stay on your bucket list, and once you’ve experienced it once, you will want to experience it again and again.