The Close Hotel
(Tetbury) 4 4 Star:
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Nestled in the heart of the vibrant Cotswold town of Tetbury stands The Close Hotel, a contemporary take on country-house style, this former town house dating back to the 16th century oozes charm and sophistication.
No two rooms at The Close are alike. Each of the eighteen bedrooms are individually styled to reflect its character and charm, some with views over the peaceful garden or historic Tetbury high street all stocked with luxury toiletries and quality bedding - promising a wonderful nights sleep!
Throughout the day The Brasserie, overlooking the walled garden and terrace, serves a relaxed and unpretentious menu of British dishes with a modern twist. In the evenings, the lights are dimmed, the candles lit and the atmosphere is intimate and relaxed, where you can choose from the extensive Brasserie menu or the sophisticated Dining Room dinner menu which showcases Head Chef David Brown’s flair and imagination.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 3
- Total Rooms Number: 18
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Cost: £0.00 Per Stay
- Name: KEMBLE STATION
- Distance: 8 miles
- Name: BRISTOL AIRPORT
- Distance: 35 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 7:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Highchairs available
- Types: Pets accepted on request with hotel
- Cost: £15.00 per night
- Nearest Rail Name: Kemble Station Distance: 8 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Bristol Airport Distance: 35 miles
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 430 reviews
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Lunch at The Close
Stay Date: 12/2017, travelwolf54 wrote this review.
Lovely grand old building with sumptuous dining rooms , bar , and other sitting areas including a real log fire . Garden was also great at rear but not the day to be out there . Staff were very polite , friendly & competent with food arriving quickl… See more
Lovely grand old building with sumptuous dining rooms , bar , and other sitting areas including a real log fire . Garden was also great at rear but not the day to be out there . Staff were very polite , friendly & competent with food arriving quickly & of very good standard . Would like to return- especially in summer when the rear garden terrace could be enjoyed. Collapse
Enjoyed our stay but a few niggles
Stay Date: 11/2017, sbarrow wrote this review.
We have stayed in other Cotswold Inns group hotels...... and you know what you are getting. Traditional inns with a tasteful refurb and above average food. The Close certainly fits the bill. Good location, off street parking, cosy room, nice food in… See more
We have stayed in other Cotswold Inns group hotels...... and you know what you are getting. Traditional inns with a tasteful refurb and above average food. The Close certainly fits the bill. Good location, off street parking, cosy room, nice food in the brasserie. We would stay again, but can't give a five star review as a few issues. Despite paying for Dinner B&B they the Close forgot our reservation on the second day - although this was ultimately fixed, it was only because I checked earlier in the evening. If I had not done so...... I was asked if I was sure I had reserved, well surely you would be expecting someone on DB&B to be dining....The "really nice double" had a lovely bedroom and a very spacious bathroom complete with bath, but nowhere put any toiletries or any shelf in the shower for shower gel or shampoo and some of the fixtures were on their last legs - small things but irritating in a refurbished property. Finally on checking out we were overcharged by £240 for our two nights. Do check your bill carefully, we had been charged £240 for a newspaper........Again, this could have been handled better. Maybe we were just unlucky. So, a few issues which the staff handled ok but not perhaps with the Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, 378lucyl wrote this review.
This hotel appears to have it all but was truly disappointing......... It is in a lovely old building with a charming back garden offering parking at the rear. Ideally located in the centre of Tetbury next door to the Highgrove shop. The food is supe… See more
This hotel appears to have it all but was truly disappointing......... It is in a lovely old building with a charming back garden offering parking at the rear. Ideally located in the centre of Tetbury next door to the Highgrove shop. The food is superb and there is a pleasant bar and sitting areas. The staff are friendly but continually make mistakes which although rectified with a smile, gets a little irritating after a while (eg. bring you food you didn't order, take your plate away when you haven't finished, offer you a newspaper in your room without mentioning there is a charge for it) We stayed in the 'Owl' Room as it was the only room left with a four poster. The aubergine décor made the room very dark and sadly the four poster was very small and uncomfortable. The small table by the chairs was barely big enough to take a tea tray and the bathroom (the best bit) sadly had no bath and no shelf or large enough table to put ones toiletries - an oversight I feel at the price one is paying. The heating was so hot that we nearly baked in our beds until I'd turned down all the radiators! After dining we sat (amongst the chips) on the sofa in the dark seating area. The worst part of this entire hotel is the décor.......it is sooooooo dark. I was itching to buy a can of paint and lighten it all up! and show off some of the beautiful original features. If you decide to stay here I recommend taking a torch! Collapse
Beautiful old hotel in centre of Tetbury
Stay Date: 10/2017, McFrankie wrote this review.
The location in the centre of the village is great, small car park at the rear. The hotel also has a beautiful small walled garden where you can sit for a drink or tea. The main draw of the hotel is the beautiful old Cotswold stone building itself … See more
The location in the centre of the village is great, small car park at the rear. The hotel also has a beautiful small walled garden where you can sit for a drink or tea. The main draw of the hotel is the beautiful old Cotswold stone building itself - truly very handsome and beautifully restored inside with unusual wall papers, good paintings, stone walls etc. There is a welcoming lounge/bar area just off the street where drinks and light meals are available all day. The restaurant is also extremely good, very attractive, great food and great service. This also extended to breakfast which was also wonderful, good choice, everything cooked to order and a small varied and well kept buffet selection. The only downside for me was our room - it was perfectly pleasant and attractive and everything worked but it was a little ordinary, a little dark, the shower room was very small and there was no view. We asked to see another at the same level, and that was worse with just one tiny high window overlooking the high street but too high to look out! Either of these rooms would have been perfectly OK in another hotel but the high standard of the common parts led you to expect something better from the bedrooms (as did the price!). I think you may have to have one of their best rooms to get something really nice and that would be extremely expensive. That is my sole reservation about the place. Everything else was top notch. Collapse
Stay Date: 12/2016, AROMANLOZ wrote this review.
First trip to the Cotswolds, stayed at the Close Hotel in Tetbury. Parking was good once you worked out how to get to the carpark ( a bit round the houses by car- direct access from car park to rear access of hotel. The room was really cosy, comfort… See more
First trip to the Cotswolds, stayed at the Close Hotel in Tetbury. Parking was good once you worked out how to get to the carpark ( a bit round the houses by car- direct access from car park to rear access of hotel. The room was really cosy, comfortable and well decorated, shower facilities can only be described as fantastic. Staff were helpful and always available . Food was available and both evening meals that we had were good. If I were to go back to the area I would look to restay here. Collapse
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