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Reviews of Corinium Hotel, Cirencester

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Review by Niki North on 26th November, 2007

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We had a very enjoyable weekend, the room was lovely and your staff are very friendly. The food was fantastic, and you location is perfect for exploring Cirencester. Thank you for making our weekend perfect. Cant wait to visit again soon.

Date visited: 23rd Nov 07

Review by Eddy on 25th October, 2007

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Good Points: Cosy friendly atmosphere - good food Bad Points: Old fashioned decour in room, but comfortable General review: Well situated in the town. friendly staff - convenient car parking. Very good restaurant.

Date visited: 2007-10-25

Review by Christopher, Sunderland on 14th August, 2006

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Good Points: a small, friendly hotel with a good bar, and in a very convenient location for the town. Bad Points: nothing. General Review: This hotel lives up to its publicity. Although a little difficult to find for someone who doesn't know the town, it is within walking distance of the centre. I enjoyed my stay.

Date visited: 2006-08-14

Review by dotrothy gamble on 27th February, 2006

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Met by very friendly staff who made our mini break very enjoyable. Food was excellent as was the service and value. Setting was great and easy access to town centre.

Date visited: 25 02 06

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