Chipping SodburyCopyright Colin Smith

Chipping Sodbury sits on the western edge of the Cotswolds, a market town (Chipping means market) with two linked villages of great antiquity as the nearby hill fort evidences. Its High Street is rather picturesque, the town dotted with Georgian gems... Read More

Hotels in Chipping Sodbury - 3 places to stay

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Rounceval House Hotel

Rounceval House Hotel
Rounceval House is a stylish Grade II listed Georgian building thought to originate from the sixteenth century and redeveloped by the Georgians in about 1750 to form the house it is today.

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Moda Hotel

Moda Hotel
Situated in an unrivalled position at the top and quieter end of Chipping Sodbury's historic High Street, with unrestricted parking immediately outside. we are within easy reach of the M4 and M5 motorways. The beautiful ... More | Double Room: 72 - 80 | visit website

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Sodbury House Hotel (0.71 miles)

Sodbury House Hotel
Set in its own picturesque grounds this licensed hotel offers 17 en-suite rooms together with a conference centre and function room. All rooms have been thoughtfully refurbished to a high standard to provide excellent ... More | visit website
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Cross Hands Hotel (1.89 miles)

Cross Hands Hotel

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Queen Elizabeth ll stayed at The Cross Hands during a blizzard in 1981. It is a charming old posting house dating from the 14th ... More

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Best Western Compass Inn (2.80 miles)

Best Western Compass Inn

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The Best Western Compass Inn stands in 6 acres of beautiful grounds in the heart of the countryside, situated on the edge of the Cotswolds the walking is ... More

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Hinton Grange Hotel (3.18 miles)

Hinton Grange Hotel

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Set amongst 6 acres of grounds in a sleepy village, yet only 5 minutes from junction 18 of the M4 and 8 miles from both Bath and Bristol; this hotel ... More

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Rangeworthy Court Hotel (3.80 miles)

Rangeworthy Court Hotel

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This 16th Century Manor House Hotel welcomes you to enjoy good food, excellent service and our warm, friendly atmosphere. We pride ourselves in offering a 'home from home' experience to ... More

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Bodkin House Hotel (4.02 miles)

Bodkin House Hotel

This charming 17th century inn is full of historic character, furnished with oak panelling and boasting open fires and flagstone floors. Comfortable bedrooms combine traditional style with modern facilities. The restaurant and lounge are attractively decorated, ... More | visit website

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The Buthay Inn (4.20 miles)

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Traditionl Inn with 6 letting rooms. All major credit cards accepted.

The Buthay inn is a traditional inn located in the peaceful town of Wickwar. It offers a ... More
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Fern Cottage Bed & Breakfast (4.75 miles)

Fern Cottage Bed & Breakfast
Situated just outside of the quiet rural village of Pucklechurch Nr Bath, Fern Cottage is an Award Winning bed and breakfast run by its passionate proprietors, Sue and Pete, only 20 minutes drive from the ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Bristol East (4.97 miles)

Premier Inn Bristol East
This Premier Inn hotel is located within easy reach of the M4 and M5. Bristol city centre is just 8 miles away and closer still is indoor shopping centre The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, as ... More | visit website
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Lord Nelson Inn (5.84 miles)

The Lord Nelson can be found in the delightful village of Marshfield, 5 miles north of Bath, offering comfortable accommodation in beautifully refurbished ensuite rooms. A Grade II listed building, beautifully presented, this 17th century inn ... More | visit website

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