Cirencester is a pleasant market town in the heart of the Cotswolds. There are many wonderful things to do in the town such as exploring its Roman past to taking nearby nature walks. There are lots of excellent places to stay in Cirencester from top hotels to picturesque stone cottages.
I’ve been visiting the Cotswolds for years and always love spending time in Cirencester thanks to its interesting Roman heritage and gorgeous countryside location. If you’re looking for where to stay in Cirencester, read on and find out about some of the top accommodation options in this picturesque town.
Whether you’re looking for somewhere in the center, places with parking, budget options, or a little bit of luxury you’ll be sure to find something of interest in this list of the best areas to stay in Cirencester and its surroundings.
Best Places to Stay in Cirencester
Below, you’ll find a comprehensive list of the best places to stay in Cirencester center as well as some excellent options nearby within beautiful country settings. I’ve included a mixture of hotels, cottages, bed and breakfasts, and other unique options so there’s something to suit every kind of need and taste.
1. The Old Brewhouse
The charming Old Brewhouse is a 17th Century townhouse in the heart of Cirencester that offers four-star bed and breakfast accommodation. The en-suite rooms are decorated to a modern standard and come with either a bath or shower. Rooms come with a TV and DVD player, coffee-making facilities, and free toiletries.
A full English breakfast, (vegetarian option also available), is included in the price and will set you up for a day of sightseeing or hiking in the beautiful Cotswolds. The accommodation comes with a beautiful garden and courtyard where you can enjoy drinks or an evening meal.
The Brewhouse is located on London Road in the center of town with all major attractions and amenities within walking distance. The Market Place is just a two-minute walk away and you can check out what the stallholders have to offer on a Monday or Friday. There’s also a farmers’ market on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.
This is also the best place to stay in Cirencester for nightlife as all the excellent pubs and bars like The Bear Inn and The Twelve Bells are right on the doorstep. The town center is one of the best areas to stay in Cirencester for access to everything you need for a comfortable stay. Click here to book your…
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