The Jetsetter rate includes daily full English breakfast and access to the spa plus 20 percent off prebooked spa treatments and 10 percent off in the Grill restaurant
Charming interiors feature beam ceilings, nooks and crannies, crackling fires
The spa is located in a converted coach house, separated from the hotel by a beautiful garden
What To Know
The spa can get busy; you should book treatments in advance
Children 17 and under are not permitted in the spa
The Grill restaurant serves a traditional afternoon tea
Parking on site
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Charming country house in a quintessential Cotswold town with an awarding-winning spa in a converted coach house
A revamped 19th-century townhouse with a handsome stone façade, the Cotswold House Hotel is as charming as its location in Chipping Campden, an ancient market town lined with traditional inns, afternoon tea shops and independent boutiques. The lobby features comfy armchairs and a crackling fire, and a grand spiral staircase leads up to 28 guestrooms that combine rustic touches (beam ceilings, nooks and crannies) and a contemporary color scheme of deep purples and mustard-yellows. They all feature swank Bang & Olufsen TVs, tea- and coffeemaking facilities and Ren toiletries. A beautiful garden separates the hotel from the award-winning spa, which is located in a converted coach house and features a light-flooded hydrotherapy lap pool. The Grill restaurant is a laid-back all-day dining room that serves dishes made from locally sourced ingredients and a traditional afternoon tea loaded with scones and clotted cream.
In the Area
A medieval wool town in the heart of the Cotswolds, Chipping Campden is one of the U.K.’s prettiest spots. Stroll along the high street to see houses dating from the 14th century and pop into the Eight Bells for a local ale, Badgers Hall for a spot of afternoon tea and Orchard Layne for gifts and trinkets. Grab a pair of hiking boots and explore the glorious surrounding countryside. Follow the Cotswold Way, a 100-mile trail that runs the length of the Cotswold Escarpment. It’s a 40-minute drive to the Georgian spa town of Cheltenham, and you can reach the historic city of Oxford in around an hour.