Corinium Hotel & Restaurant
This delightful small hotel enjoys a quiet location in one of the oldest streets in Cirencester, the “Capital of the Cotswolds”, yet it is only a five minute walk to the Market Place, the heart of the town.
Privately owned, the Corinium Hotel operates to a three star standard and prides itself on offering the best traditions of warm hospitality, friendly service and good quality food.
Built in the 16th century as a wool merchant’s house, the Corinium Hotel offers fifteen individual bedrooms, a locally renowned restaurant and cosy popular bar, which are all full of Cotswold charm.
Our secluded walled garden provides a lovely spot to enjoy either a quiet drink or dine alfresco. The Hotel also has the benefit of a large free car park within its own grounds.
Whether dining with us, staying overnight or just popping in for a drink, on business or for pleasure, you can be always assured of a very warm welcome.
The Corinium Hotel makes an ideal centrally-located base when visiting the Cotswolds region and is easily accessible via dual carriageway from both M5 and M4 motorways, which are respectively just 15 and 18 miles away.
Visit Cirencester and find a wealth of eating establishments in the town, from Indian to Italian and from Chinese to Traditional English. Restaurants and eating establishments include Made By Bob, Côte Brasserie, The Coterie and Jesse’s Bistro.
Cirencester is the perfect base from which to explore the Cotswolds, both the town and surrounding areas have many attractions and amenities. Visitors to Cirencester often also build in trips to other towns and villages such as Tetbury, Bourton-on-the-Water, Burford, Bibury and Cheltenham.
Visit Gloucestershire from elegant spa & market towns to stately homes. Gloucestershire is home to the UK’s longest river and largest mature oak woodland, iconic film locations, walk in the footsteps of poets, and explore 4,500-year-old mines.
In addition to its county town of Gloucester, it has three lovely areas – The Forest of Dean, The Cotswolds and the Severn Vale.