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Winchcombe is an attractive town in the Isbourne Valley, sheltered from three sides by the hills. This was the Saxon capital of Mercia. There are some timbered houses, though most are of Cotswold stone.
The streets have short explanations for their names; Cowl Lane, for example, was where the monks from Winchcome Abbey were seen to walk with their cowls covering their heads. There used to be a tannery in Castle Street, which was locally known as Tanyard Bank.
The Tudor-style Town Hall is Victorian. Upstairs it has a folk museum illustrating the local way of life but also specialising in the history of the Police; there are uniforms and equipment, modern and historic, from different parts of the world. In the doorway, notice the appropriately placed stocks!
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High Street, Winchcombe GL54 5LJ Fax: 01242 609046
Property type: Guesthouse
Whether you're searching for a great restaurant, delightful accommodation or a base to explore the local area, Wesley House is ideally situated in the beautiful Cotswold town of Winchcombe. We have five cosy bedrooms, all with en suite shower rooms, which are individually furnished to a high standard.
Bed and Breakfast from £95 per room. Evening meals available in our restaurant or wine bar apart from Sunday evenings when we are closed.
Single Saturday nights are only available on a D B & B basis - single £145, double or twin £195.
Distance from path: On route
OS reference: SP025283
Property type: Country Inn (Pub) Accreditations: Not Classified
Whether for business or leisure, you will find the very best accommodation and hospitality here at The Plaisterers Arms. We provide quick, friendly service and very good beer, some of it brewed in Winchcombe itself. This 18th Century, multi-level pub with 2 bars, is situated on the main B4632 which runs right through the middle of Winchcombe, past the pub. On Thursdays, access before 2.30 p.m. or after 6 p.m.
2 single ensuite rooms
3 double ensuite rooms
2 twin ensuite rooms
2 family ensuite rooms
Last updated: 1/6/2017
Postlip Hall Farm
Winchcombe Gloucestershire GL54 5AQ
Accreditations: ETB 4 Diamond
Absolutely superb situation with magnificent scenery, this impressive mellow stone Cotswold Farmhouse offers cosy, comfortable, well equipped and spacious accommodation. English Tourism Council 4 Diamonds - Gold Award + AA 4 Red Diamonds. The farm joins Cleeve Common - 2000 acres of splendid walking. Winchcombe is 1 1/2 miles away, a lovely historic village with lots of pubs and restaurants, good food and drink.
2 double ensuite rooms
1 twin ensuite room
Last updated: 12/19/2014
The White Hart Inn
High Street, Winchcombe Gloucestershire GL54 5LJ Fax: 01242 602703
Property type: De Luxe Hotel Accreditations: 4 Star Hotel
The White Hart Inn is a charming 16th century family run coaching inn. Centrally located in historic Winchcombe, an ideal base for touring the Cotswolds. Excellent walking and cycling routes nearby. Sudeley Castle and award winning gardens are within 15 minutes walk. Brasserie style restaurant on site, serving Continental and Scandinavian cuisine using fresh local and organic produce. Extensive bar snack menu available daily from 10am – 10pm.
Eight individually decorated en-suite double/twin rooms, including Highland, Gustavian, Carl Larsson and Castle Rooms. Each room offers Television, Tea/Coffee making facilities and direct dial telephone.