Nestled in a peaceful corner of the Cotswolds but ideally placed for visits to Oxford, Cheltenham and Gloucester, this charming hotel offers Free Wi-Fi, Free Parking and an award winning restaurant in an idyllic country village setting. Having recently undergone a major renovation, the 16th Century building has been sympathetically designed to offer comfort and relaxation as standard, while maintaining the quirky charm and character so fitting for a building of its age. Bedrooms at The New Inn are made for a good night's sleep, having been individually designed to reflect a contemporary approach applied to a classic coaching inn. With ancient oak beams and stone mullion windows, rooms are brimming with character, whilst plump mattresses and flat screen TVs with over 50 channels ensure home from home comfort. Each room is ensuite with a choice of power showers and roll top baths, while there are also 'dog friendly' rooms available for those who wish to travel with their canine companions. Lunch at The New Inn is a casual affair - whether eating on the sunny terrace in Summer or in the cosy bar or restaurant in Winter, the menu is designed to tempt your taste buds with light, easy eating ideas that are perfect for any day. Dinner in the 2 AA Rosette awarded restaurant is a celebration of flavour, with a complete menu offering a mix of traditional favourites and exciting new ideas to please your palate. Whether enjoying seared scallops, slow braised pork with honey and five spice or a traditional rib eye steak, there is the perfect choice for all tastes. The hotel bar offers a friendly and comfortable space to enjoy a relaxing drink in pleasant surroundings, giving the ideal opportunity to catch up with friends and family or just relax after a busy day. The head barman is well versed in classic cocktails and long summer coolers, while house special cocktails are also available for your delectation. With a wide and varied wine list featuring an excellent range of local and global bottles, the perfect refreshment can be found for all - and for those extra special occasions why not enjoy some cold Champagne on the Louis Roederer terrace. The charming and unspoilt Gloucestershire village of Coln St Aldwyn was recently ranked the 7th most desirable in the country by Country Life magazine. With easy access to Cirencester, Cheltenham, Stow-on-the-Wold and the M5, the village boasts a central location but fully benefits from the breathtaking beauty of the Cotswolds - officially designated an area of outstanding natural beauty with miles of pleasant walks and stunning natural views to explore. The nearby area also boasts many interesting pursuits to appeal to all tastes, including Birdland Park and Gardens, the 18th Century Rococo Garden at Painswick, and many popular National Trust properties. Dogs can be accommodated in two of the hotel's rooms at a cost of £20 per dog per night. Please contact the hotel before arrival to request.
M4 and Swindon: From the M4 (Exit 15) and Swindon take A419 towards Cirencester and Gloucester. Take the exit signed CirencesterStow and Burford and take the B4425 towards Burford and Bibury. Just under two miles later, follow our brown tourism sign and turn right to Quenington. Follow this road for about five and a half miles into Quenington, and turn left at the crossroads to Coln St Aldwyns. As you enter the village, you will see The New Inn ahead on the right hand side. M5 and Gloucester: From the M5 (Exit 11a) and Gloucester take the A417 towards Cirencester. Take the exit signed CirencesterStow and Lechlade and take the B4425 towards Burford and Bibury. Continue as M4 and Swindon directions above. Stroud (A419), Tetbury (A433), Malmesbury (A429) Follow signs to Cirencester, then take the ring road round town, following signs for Stow until turning right on B4425 to Burford and Bibury. Continue as M4 and Swindon directions above. M40 and Oxford From Oxford and the M40, take the A40 west towards Cheltenham, turning left on to the B4425 towards Bibury about a mile after passing Burford. Continue for five and a half miles and turn left, after the brown tourism sign, shortly after Aldsworth, signed to Coln St- Aldwyns. Follow the lane for nearly 3 miles to Coln St-Aldwyns and head straight over at the crossroads in the middle of the village. The New Inn is half way down the hill, on the left hand side.
You can check in from 15:00. You need to check out by 11:00.