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Inns in Moreton in Marsh

Redesdale Arms
High Street
Moreton in Marsh
Gloucestershire

GL56 0AW | View map
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Visit Moreton-in-Marsh and enter the world of the Redesdale Arms where traditional concepts meet contemporary style. Dating back to the 17th Century the Redesdale Arms is a haven for anyone looking for traditional delights fused with a fresh new atmosphere of contemporary comfort. The old stable inn, once used by market traders and post coaches, is now a restaurant, bar and hotel for the local community and visiting tourists. Newly refurbished, the Redesdale Arms is about relaxing in style for any occasion, whether formal or casual. The Redesdale Arms is a haven for rest, where visitors can relax in the historical atmosphere of a Cotswolds Inn. Fourteen guest bedrooms stand where the old Inn and Stables used to be, all rooms have been individually designed in a country house style.Original beams and sloping floors give a sense of the old intermingled with quality and comfort expected in this modern age. The fabrics and upholstery are visually appealing and the traditional feel to the furniture makes staying at The Redesdale Arms a memorable experience. The Redesdale's accommodation rooms are all en suite with complimentary toiletries. Each bedroom contains satellite television, trouser press, coffee and tea making facilities.

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