Paul and Sue offer you a warm welcome and comfortable bed and breakfast at The Ivy House, Cirencester.
We have four comfortable light and airy en-suite rooms, two doubles, one of which is on the ground floor, one twin and one family room.
We offer bed and breakfast accommodation with a delicious breakfast which includes a selection of fruit, cereals, yoghurts and juice from the “cold table”, followed by a cooked breakfast or a Continental breakfast with freshly cooked croissant – both with limitless cups of tea or coffee.
Built in 1870 the house occupies a prominent position within a three minute walk of the town centre. There you will find numerous restaurants and shops as well as the Corinium museum with its extensive collection of Roman artefacts. Cirencester park is just a ten minute walk away and the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) is only a five minute drive.
For guests arriving by public transport we can offer a collection service from Kemble train station, a ten minute drive away. Alternatively the National Express coach from Victoria station London and Heathrow airport stops 150 yards from the Ivy House. We have off-street parking available to guests.
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.