Cotswold House - Chipping Campden52.05054, -1.78178
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best 4 Star Hotels in United Kingdom
The contemporary Cotswold House Hotel & Spa is a 4-star hotel in Chipping Campden offering a sunbathing terrace, a private garden and a golf course. Featuring regency architecture, Cotswold House Hotel & Spa was renovated in 2012.
The venue is 7 km away from Batsford Arboretum. Guests will find Chipping Campden city center within a 10-minute walk from the property.
The hotel offers a superb location close to hills and parks.
Cotswold House Hotel & Spa is 40 minutes drive away from Gloucestershire airport.
The property provides en-suite guestrooms including king suite, spacious one-bedroom junior suite and romantic one-bedroom double room. The guestrooms offer a traditional interior and carpet floor.
Eat & Drink
The 24-hour restaurant provides excellent meals. Guests can enjoy French, Mediterranean and Vegetarian meals served in Joel's Restaurant and The Campden Pantry 50 meters away from the hotel.
Cotswold House Hotel & Spa offers housekeeping, newspaper service and porter service.
On-site children facilities feature cots and a special menu. Various activities, including hiking, horse riding and cycling, are available on site.
High-speed internet access is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2012. Number of rooms: 28.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
On-site car park
Late check-in/ -out
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor dining area
Coffee/Tea in lobby
Indoor swimming pool
Spa & wellness centre
Sports & Fitness
- Horseback riding
- Golf course
- Room service
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Wedding services
- Wake up service
- Newspaper service
- Continental breakfast
- Restaurant buffet
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Outdoor dining area
- Coffee/Tea in lobby
- Catering service
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Business centre
- Exhibition space
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Business services
- Babysitting/Child services
- Board games
- DVDs/ Videos for children
- Children's menu
Spa & Leisure
- Indoor swimming pool
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Spa & wellness centre
- Turkish bath
- Garden view
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Turndown service
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Bath/ Shower
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Paid films
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
16 years or adultsExtra bedGBP 35Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 1.
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed
165 sq. feet
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 1 Single bed, 2 Single beds
1 Single bed1 Single bed, 1 Double bed
1 King-size bed1 King-size bed, 1 Single bed, 1 Double bed
345 sq. feet
1 King-size bed1 King-size bed, 1 Double bed, 1 Single bed
250 sq. feet
1 Single bed1 Single bed, 1 Double bed
2 Single beds or 1 King-size bed
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 1 Single bed
1 King-size bed
- City landmarks
Rating by category:
Very luxurious, not cheap but well worth the price. An excellent breakfast. Good parking, good wi-fi, terrific location.
The service was pleasant, efficient and courteous. The food was excellent. It was reasonably quiet considering its location in the centre of the town. We were not there long enough to make further judgementts.
The hotel is inadequately signed, merely a faded name over the front door. Unless one was familiar with the trade-mark "C", it was very difficult to find the carpark, There is then a longish walk to enter the hotel.
It was a fantastic for a romantic weekend with great food, in the dining room and service to match. Loved it
The bed room room 17 was lovely but there was an obvious drainage problem which left a bad smell in the bathroom
A convenient location just in front of the town hole centre in Chipping Campden. Luxurious atmosphere entertains you while you stay for nights, and you can relax in a considerable-sized room. The town itself is a typical village of Cotswolds. You can just stride on the pavement from one end of the village and to the another side quite easily, so to stay and to walk in the village is a recommended way of stay.
A bit expensive for its quality comparing another hotel I stayed before in Cotwolds.
I thought the staff were very very helpful and friendly. The food was also great and although travelling on my own I really felt comfortable in this hotel. Very nice indeed.
Nothing, it was great.
Central position. Parking.
Spa, hike across garden, (cold and wet in winter). Staff slightly disorganised, not particularly clued up on basic things.
Faded Glory, Stunning rooms, unfortunately many things broken or falling off!
Friendly , helpful Staff . Well-appointed rooms and an excellent Chef.
The staff were helpful and the room was very comfortable and relaxing
The older style rooms eg room 5 needs updating
It was a warm and friendly hotel. We were greeted by lovely reception staff and made to feel welcome from the minute we arrived. We ate in Hicks bar and restaurant on our first night and the food was lovely and the staff were very friendly and made us feel very relaxed.
Lovely location in heart of the Cotswolds, not too far away from several attractions E.G. Hidcot Manor & Stow on the Wold. Staff friendly and helpful. Rooms very comfortable and nice little touches like slippers and robes. The weather was good so we were able to make use of their lovely garden. We had a very relaxing time and we would return to this hotel if visiting the area again.
Spa busy and could not get an appointment so think you really need to book treatments at time of booking your stay at the hotel.
The Cotswold House hotel is a fairly stylish boutique hotel. Whilst we certainly enjoyed our stay, the room decor and facilities did not meet the expectations we had on booking the room, and we did not feel they justified the relatively expensive room rate.
Position within the town. Ambience.
Found the bar prices much too high - a large malt whiskey at close to £15 and a service charge of £2 creates a feeling of being taken advantage of - little wonder we were the only people drinking in there at 10pm.
This is an attractive hotel, centrally located although parking is difficult unless you undertake a circuitous route to the rear of the hotel. The staff are pleasant but run around like headless chickens without any managerial direction or control. Service is very slow as a result. Bugs in my whisky was not a nice introduction to the place. However, I reserve my most damning comments for the lauded cuisine. It was awful. Lamb shoulder with fancy sounding herbs/vegetables turned out to be tasteless meat with an amorphic grey/brown over-cooked mass of indeterminate flavour. Blackened pollock had to be sent back by my partner as the whole dish was over-salted. Even the simple starters of cold meats had a strange side dish of coleslaw. Probably the worst meal I've ever had in any hotel. The owners need to get a grip on matters pdq otherwise this bespoke hotel will end up as an equivalent to a Sunday morning boot sale.
Staff could be a little more friendly and smiley!