A charming and cosy single room with en-suite facilities, equipped with wireless broadband and digital LCD TV with Freeview as standard. Price is inclusive of Breakfast.
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Type Pub B&B
From £60 per room per night
Set in the heart of Minchinhampton Common, well away from main roads and with unrivalled views of the Cotswolds, The Old Lodge is the perfect place to take it easy.
The floor to ceiling windows in the restaurant offer stunning views of the beautiful common land and the cattle that graze nearby. With locally sourced food and drink, our menu is now packed with a la carte-style dishes by our chef Roland, who designs a regularly changing menu of international cuisine. Due to our location in the middle of Minchinhampton common, we’re popular with dog walkers and golfers who have been playing a few rounds on the adjacent course.
If you’re holidaying in the Cotswolds, or even if you've had one too many at our bar, treat yourself to bed and breakfast at The Old Lodge. Our recently refurbished double rooms are stylish, comfortable and guarantee a great night’s sleep.
In the morning you’ll wake to views across the Common and a delicious Continental or full English breakfast served in the east facing breakfast room. The Old Lodge has wireless broadband throughout.
The Old Lodge is easy to get to from Junction 13 of the M5, making it a good place to break up a long journey and is a perfect destination for golfing fans: we have negotiated reduced fees for our guests with the golf course that, literally, surrounds the Old Lodge.
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