Built over 300 years ago, this coaching inn has been beautifully restored to embrace and exhibit its heritage and period features. The distinctive image of the reception area is reinforced by the presence of the old stone archway under which the horses once galloped into the courtyard and by the large bell formerly used to summon the inn-keeper. Strongly influenced by William Morris and the Arts and Crafts movement, the interior of the Bear of Rodborough Hotel makes lavish use of rich fabrics and antique furniture. The imposing oak staircase, with its unusual bell pull chandelier, leads to the bedrooms, each distinctively and comfortably furnished. The adjoining Country House provides more modern accommodation, tastefully decorated to a high standard and incorporating workspaces and modem points. The Hotel certainly welcomes the Pets but they are only allowed in the Country House annexe, in the ground floor bedrooms.
The Bear of Rodborough is located on Rodborough Common within the acres of beautiful National Trust land where cows roam free each summer. Originally built in the 17th Century, this former coaching inn provides a warm welcome for all, including dogs who will feel right at home in our country house bedrooms with plenty of walks to enjoy. Whether staying in the main house or country house, all bedrooms are homely and charming and many boast spectacular views over the Cotswolds and beyond. The Library Restaurant is located in the oldest part of the building and serves AA Rosette-awarded dishes in a relaxing environment. Meanwhile, the Bear Bar is typically English with real ales on draught and a more casual food offering. Step outside and youâ€™ll also find the Pavilion Garden Bar, where food and drink can be enjoyed alongside the fun additions of popcorn, slushies, table tennis, and table football!
- Internet access
- Dog friendly