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Inns in Tetbury

Ormonds Head Hotel
23 Long Street
Tetbury
Gloucestershire

GL8 8AA | View map

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The Ormond is at the heart of Tetbury, perfectly situated for touring the Cotswolds and Westonbirt Arboretum. We offer stylish bedrooms, award-winning food, a relaxed atmosphere, friendly and professional service and exceptional value for money.Our historic coaching inn has 15 individually designed ensuite bedrooms, many with kingsize bed and a luxurious four poster room. We have free wifi throughout and the bar is stocked with newspapers and magazines, making it the perfect venue for a delicious illy coffee, Cotswold cream tea, local ale or game of backgammon.The restaurant has recently won three awards, most notably from the Cotswold Food & Drink Awards 2008, with gutsy modern British food which uses local produce and has a daily changing menu. A comfortable resident's lounge, courtyard garden, children's play are and versatile function room are also available .As a privately run hotel we believe our personal approach to exceptional service is the key to you enjoying your stay with us

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