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Hare and Hounds Hotel

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Luxury 4* accommodation in the Cotswolds.

The newly refurbished Hare and 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 Hare and Hounds Hotel is also a short journey (1 mile) from Highgrove House, the country home of HRH The Prince of Wales and Highgrove Shop in Tetbury, a unique collection of organic foods and lifestyle products for the home and garden.

The accommodation at the Hare and Hounds Hotel consists of 42 bedrooms. All bedrooms are en suite with televisions, direct dial telephone, complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, keycard access, smoke alarms, radio, tea/coffee making facilities, iron/ironing board, and a hairdryer. Some rooms also have a trouser press and electric shaver point.

Special Accommodation Offer Available


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star
Number of Rooms: 42
Number Ensuite: 42

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: £145 - £179 - Family Room £185 - £219
Twin: £145 - £179
Single: £95 - £105
Suite: £230 - £264
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Name: Westonbirt Restaurant Beaufort Restaurant
Cuisine: English
Chef: Paul Hudson

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Special Offers

Get the Royale Treatment
Stay at The Hare & Hounds Hotel on this special offer and receive a complementary newspaper, a box of Highgrove fudge in the room on arrival, ‘Royale’ Champagne cocktail from our Aperitif menu and canapés prior to a three-course dinner in the Beaufort Restaurant. Overnight accommodation and full English breakfast the following morning.
Highgrove products take their inspiration from the gardens at Highgrove and reflect the wide-ranging interests and passions of HRH The Prince of Wales.
From £148 per room per night Sunday to Friday, based on two guests sharing a double or twin room
Expires March 31st 2011

Sublime Sunday Saver
Enjoy a lazy day with us in the Cotswolds.
Arrive at your leisure to enjoy a complementary glass of wine before partaking of a splendid three-course Sunday lunch in the Beaufort Restaurant.
Relax in the lounges or garden with a choice of Sunday newspaper (one per room, please state your preference on booking), laze with a book or magazine, or take a stroll around Westonbirt, the National Arboretum.
£49.00 per person from November to the end of March
£59.00 per person from April to the end of October
Two guests sharing a standard double/twin room on the Sunday evening.
This offer is subject to availability and excludes Bank Holiday weekends.
Expires March 31st 2011

Offers posted Mon 17th Jan 2011

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