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The Crown Inn
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Welcome to The Crown Inn and Hotel, tucked away in a quiet Cotswold village, its mellow stone walls covered in Virginia creeper. We are a a 14th century coaching inn with cosy log fires crackling in the winter, filling the air with wonderful scents of wood smoke.

The hotel in the Cotswolds is close to all local attractions and beautiful villages such as Bourton on the Water, Broadway, Burford, Stratford Upon Avon and many others. Taking a short break in the cotswolds is ideal for everyone with so much wonderful scenery and many walks and parks. The Crown Inn is the perfect meeting place for both friends and locals alike.

There is always a choice of Real Ales and a delightful selection of individual bar snacks. Rafters Restaurant at the Crown makes dining a pleasure. Our resident chef designs his menus to tempt all palates and our superb cellar holds a fine range of classic and New World wines to compliment your meal. All of our rooms are different in style and size, with features such as fireplaces and four poster beds.


Number of Rooms: 24
Number Ensuite: 24
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