Guiting Guest House is a delightful and tastefully restored 16th Century Cotswold stone former farmhouse with all modernised facilities. Everywhere there are exposed beams, inglenook fireplaces, and polished solid pine floors from the Wychwood Forest. The open fire creates a welcoming atmosphere in the colder months with a Cotswold garden in summer.
At Guiting Guest House, some of the bedrooms have four-poster beds and all are en suite (adjacent bathrooms) except one which has private facilities. Each bedroom is individually decorated and very spacious for a 16th Century converted farmhouse. Fresh fruit and flowers, along with bottled water and good quality hospitality trays can be found in all rooms. Televisions, hairdryers and bathrobes included.
Guiting Power itself is a quintessential Cotswold village situated in the Heart of England, between Winchcombe and Stow on the Wold, and just 12 miles away from Cheltenham. It has an ancient Stone Cross on the village Green, mossy roofs, roses and wisteria clambering up the mellow walls, much of it just the same as four centuries ago. It is also a peaceful but working conservation village right in the centre of the Cotswolds.
There is lots to do in and around Guiting Power. Numerous walks and bridle paths are varying in length from 1 hour to 24, several interesting national trust properties, an 18 hole golf course nearby, the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, and the Cotswold's Farm Park made famous by the BBC's Countryfile programme with its many rare breeds of animal making it a favourite destination of families. We have all the necessary maps for guests to borrow and of course, we are very happy to offer any advice or assistance that may be required, even to the extent of collecting weary guests who have overstretched their endurance.
The local pubs - The Hollow Bottoms and the Farmers Arms - are the ideal place to recover from your adventures. The Hollow Bottom holds a fascinating collection of horse racing artefacts and serves delicious food. The Farmers Arms is a great 'locals' village pub, where the local shepherd and craftsmen mingle with walkers and tourists. Best of all, they are a stone's throw away from the guest house which means you can stroll home full and exhausted, ready for the comfort of your bed.
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Rates: From £90 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Sorry, no children.
Sorry, no pets.
Plenty of parking in the village.
4 Star AA.