Hare And Hounds Hotel, Tetbury, Wiltshire, GL8 8QL
Winner of The Cotswold Tourism Hotel of the Year Silver Award The Hare & Hounds Hotel at Westonbirt near Tetbury is the perfect choice for anyone seeking Cotswold accommodation in a traditional Eng ...more
Winner of The Cotswold Tourism Hotel of the Year Silver Award The Hare & Hounds Hotel at Westonbirt near Tetbury is the perfect choice for anyone seeking Cotswold accommodation in a traditional English country hotel. It is set in acres of well-tended gardens and woodland adjacent to the renowned Westonbirt National Arboretum. Situated amidst the beautiful countryside of the Southern Cotswolds the Hare and Hounds Hotel is a fine English country house hotel within easy reach of the region s numerous stately homes gardens bustling Cotswold market towns pretty Cotswold villages and visitor attractions. The Hare and Hounds Hotel is easily accessible from the M4 which is 10 miles away and the M5 which is within 15 minutes drive. The World Heritage Site of Bath is 20 miles from the Hare and Hounds Hotel and London is 2 hours away by car. The accommodation at The Hare and Hounds Hotel consists of 42 bedrooms. All bedrooms are en suite and feature televisions direct dial telephone complimentary Wi-Fi internet access tea/coffee making facilities and iron/ironing board. There is also ample free parking and croquet lawn. Golf polo and excellent walks nearby Jack Hare s is a lively English country pub with a friendly atmosphere and welcoming log fires during the cooler seasons. It is popular with locals and guests alike and offers a great selection of food. The bar menu is available throughout the day and meals range from freshly prepared baguettes to more substantial dishes such as Gloucester Old Spot Pork Sausages grilled salmon roasted cod steak and Cotswold Ploughman s. A selection of real ales and wines are available in Jack Hare s Bar. The Beaufort Restaurant recently awarded 2 AA rosettes is an elegant setting serving fine English and Continental-style cuisine cooked using local Cotswold ingredients wherever possible. Its original period architectural features include an impressive hammer-beamed ceiling wooden floors and grand bay windows that overlook the beautiful country gardens.