Abbots Grange, Broadway
If you are seeking one of the most romantic hideaways in the Cotswolds this may well fulfil all your desires. Step back in time to Medieval England and a Manor House built c.1320 but with the comforts of the C21. 4-poster beds, log fires, Great Hall, croquet lawn, tennis court, parkland, rose gardens and helicopter pad. A mere 2-3 minutes walk to the village of Broadway. Breakfast, no Dinner.
Clapton Manor, Clapton-on-the-Hill
Stunning Grade II listed Tudor house with a beautiful garden created by your host - a garden designer, and historian who have been doing B&B for 22 years. Fab breakfasts of homemade bread, eggs, Gloucester Old Spot sausages and fruit compotes are either made on the premises or come from next door...
Dorian House, 1 Upper Oldfield Park, Bath
Think of the Dorian (Grey) that walks, and not the image trapped on canvas when you think of Dorian House. For every inch of this B&B is gorgeous, and full of period charm. From the bedrooms upstairs, to the drawing room, and gardens downstairs.
Cardynham House, Painswick
A luxurious B&B set within an enchanting C15-16 former wool merchant’s home. Each room is individually decorated from Old Tuscany to Cottage Rose, but if you seek a real treat try the Pool Room. Bistro.
Cowley House, Church Street, Broadway
A C17 Cotswold stone house offering luxurious accommodation and olde world charm. Within walking distance of the Village Green.
Frampton Court, Frampton-On-Severn
A Grade I Vanbrugh House, garden and family home. Fine panelling, original furniture and porcelain,1732. Superb Gothic C18 garden building, The Orangery for self-catering accommodation (sleeps 8). Fine landscaping with park, lake and ornamental canal. Home of the ‘The Frampton Flora’ a famous wild flower painting. C16 Wool Barn for hire. Country fair in September. Available for B&B & House Parties. Across the Village Green you have Frampton Manor. A Grade I timber-framed medieval Manor House with walled garden and barn. C12 Birthplace of ‘Fair Rosamund’ Cliﬀord, mistress to Henry II. House and garden open by written appointment, for groups of 10, or more.
Hanover House, 65 St George’s Road, Cheltenham
An attractive Grade II listed house built in a mix ofItalian and Georgian architecture. The house is beautifully light and airy inside, and the books, flowers and pictures adorning the rooms make you feel at home. Edward Elgar and his wife Alice once lived here.
Kempsford Manor, Nr Fairford
Beautiful gardens surround this charming C17-18 manor house, that is often a venue for artistic workshops, and village cricket. A place to retreat to, and to be at peace, with yourself, and the outside world.
Mill Hay House, Broadway
An imposing and elegant Queen Anne house surrounded by a stunning garden provides luxurious accommodation on the outskirts of Broadway. All three bedrooms have super king-size beds. Gourmet breakfasts to set you up for a Cotswold tour, starting at Broadway Tower. No children U-12. No dogs.
No.12 Park Street, Cirencester
If style and gracious comfort is to your liking then this Grade II Georgian townhouse offering luxurious B&B may be just what you are looking for.
Old Manor House, Halford
English country house style B&B at its finest. From lounging black Labradors to chintz and marmalade, and family antiques. Anyone for tennis?
Rectory Farmhouse, Lower Swell
This fully renovated and comfortable B&B with en-suitebedrooms has had several historical incarnations. Once a monastery whose cellars date back tothe C14. Once, a home confiscated from its owner by Henry VIII. And, before its incarnation as a B&B, the Rectory was a working farmhouse.
The Old Post House, Deddington
Beautiful and luxurious accommodation. Guest's sitting and dining rooms allow you to imagine it all belongs to you. The inner courtyard, walled gardens and swimming pool add a cherry to the top!