Historic Hotels in the Cotswolds and Heart of England

Imagine a honey-coloured country house hotel hidden away in a sleepy Cotswold village, or an historic hotel in one of Herefordshire’s black and white villages… or how about an indulgent break at a country club hotel and spa in Shropshire? Simply scroll down to browse through our selection of country house hotels in the Cotswolds and the Heart of England including Herefordshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.

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Eckington Manor

Eckington Manor, Hammock Road, Eckington, Worcestershire, WR10 3BJ.

Set in 260 acres of farmland, Eckington Manor provides luxurious accommodation across three converted farm buildings, one of which is a beamed 12th century hall! Individually decorated rooms with Siberian goose-down pillows, flat screen TVs and free WiFi.

  • 12th Century

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The Bear of Rodborough Hotel

The Bear of Rodborough, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 5DE.

Originally built as a 17th century ale house, the hotel now boasts unique en-suite accommodation and an award-winning restaurant, as well as 3 bars. Set within hundreds of acres of NT parkland with views over Stroud, the Bear is ideal for country walks.

  • 17th Century

Hatton Court Hotel

Hatton Court Hotel, St Leonards, Gloucestershire, GL4 8DE.

With its modern restaurant and spacious, elegant en-suite rooms, the Hatton Court Hotel is just 10 minutes’ drive from historic Gloucester. Relax on the terrace and enjoy panoramic views across the Severn Valley, before sampling the creative British menu.

  • 17th Century

Mallory Court Hotel

Mallory Court, Bishops Tachbrook, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV33 9QB.

A short drive from Shakepeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon, this Lutyens style manor house features a highly acclaimed restaurant. The hotel’s bedrooms are all individually decorated whilst outside, guests are invited to explore the 10 acres of grounds.

  • 20th Century

The Old Court Hotel

The Old Court Hotel, Symonds Yat West, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6DA.

Build in the sixteenth century, the Old Court Hotel retains many of its original features including exposed beams and original leaded windows. Free Wi-Fi.

  • 16th Century

George and Dragon Hotel

George and Dragon Hotel, West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP14 3AB.

Standing on West Wycombe’s High Street, this former 18th century coaching inn now offers 11 traditionally furnished, en-suite rooms, some with four-poster beds. The hotel’s restaurant serves delicious dishes, including local game and cheeses.

  • 18th Century

The Castle Hotel

The Castle Hotel, Bishops Castle, Shropshire, SY9 5BN.

Occupying the ancient site of the Bishop of Hereford’s original castle, this characterful hotel now offers twelve delightful en suite bedrooms, three bars and a fine oak panelled restaurant. Built by Lord Carnarvon in 1719, it sits in well-tended gardens.

  • 18th Century

Wilton Court Restaurant with Rooms

Wilton Court Restaurant with Rooms, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6AQ.

Enjoying a idyllic location on the banks of the River Wye, the 16th century Wilton Court is recommended by the Good Hotel Guide. All 10 of the en-suite bedrooms have been individually decorated and the 2 AA Rosetted restaurant features a seasonal menu.

  • 16th Century

Fishmore Hall

Fishmore Hall, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 3DP.

Offering views over ‘the perfect historic town’ of Ludlow, this beautifully restored Georgian house offers 15 luxurious bedrooms with designer bathrooms. Discover fine Shropshire dining, from traditional breakfasts to a superb tasting menu.

  • 18th Century

Charingworth Manor

Charingworth Manor, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6NS.

A 14th century Cotswold Country House set in fifty four acres of landscaped gardens and grounds within minutes of the picturesque town of Chipping Campden.

  • 14th Century

Corinium Hotel

Corinium Hotel, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2DG.

Dating back to the 16th century, this delightful hotel offers 15 individually designed bedrooms a locally renowned restaurant and cosy bar. Full of Cotswold charm, it sits quietly in one of Cirencester’s oldest streets, just a short walk from the centre.

  • 16th Century