Hotel Accommodation in Malmesbury

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This beautiful, elegantly furnished period house is set in three acres of Cotswold stone walled garden. Recently renovated, it is an ideal base from which to explore the Cotswolds, Tetbury, Bath and the ancient town of Malmesbury. The wood panelled restaurant overlooks the garden with its sunken Victorian pool. In the summer months, meals can be served inside in the dining room or outside in the beautiful

Welcome to the Kings Arms Hotel, set amidst the splendour of Malmesbury in Wiltshire, one of the most beautiful locations and reputedly the oldest borough in the entire country.The Black & White exterior of the Hotel stands out very clearly in Malmesbury's main street. Since Elizabethan times, this famous coaching inn has been a place to rest and relax after a long day's travel. Long gone are the days

Nesting on the edge of the Cotswolds in the pretty village of Crudwell, the Mayfield House Hotel is perfectly located for both leisure and business. Set amid charming countryside it is within easy reach of the towns of Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bristol, Swindon, and Cirencester. It's also surrounded by tourist attractions such as Westonbirt Arboretum, Bath and the new Bath thermae Spa, Malmesbury Abbey

The Old Bell Hotel is just a 10 minute drive from London Stansted Airport, and is situated in the Essex village of Stansted Mountfitchet. The Old Bell Hotel has 22 ensuite rooms, public bar and restaurant, with plenty of parking. Originally The Old Bell was a dairy dating back to the 15th Century, the main bar boasts many of the original features including low wooden beams and open fireplaces.

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