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Bourton House Garden
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The little bridges crossing the pretty River Windrush, its old cottages and plentiful pubs make Bourton-on-the-Water near Stow one of the most popular Cotswold villages... Read More

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Mousetrap Inn

Mousetrap Inn
The Mousetrap Inn is a small family run Inn, set in the traditional Cotswold village, Bourton-on-the-Water.Ideally located for a relaxing break in Bourton-on-the-Water or exploring the Cotswolds, the Mousetrap Inn combines the ambience of a ... More | visit website
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Chester House Hotel

Chester House Hotel

Chester House lies in the centre of Bourton-on-the-Water, the little "Venice of the Cotswolds" with the River Windrush running through the village.All rooms are centrally heated and have direct dial telephones. Colour television; tea/coffee making ... More | visit website

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Coach & Horses

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Set in the heart of the Cotswolds within walking distance of Bourton-on-the Water and within easy reach of surrounding villages such as Stow,Broadway and Lower Slaughter making it an ideal ... More

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The Old New Inn

The Old New Inn
The Old New Inn in Bourton-On-The-Water has three bars where guests can enjoy a drink and a chat, along with a lounge reserved for residents. It also has a large sunny beer garden, and ample ... More | visit website
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Dial House Hotel (The)

Dial House Hotel (The)

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The Hotel is situated in idyllic surroundings and is built from the famous mellow Cotswold Stone. The Dial House dates back to 1698 and is the oldest building still standing ... More | Double Room: From �55

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