Set in the delightful Cotswold market town of Tetbury, The Close Hotel and Restaurant holds the enviable reputation of being one of the finest 16th century town houses in the Cotswolds.
Originally built in 1535 during the reign of King Henry VIII for John Steede a local Yeoman, the house has had many owners including Sir Thomas Estcourt, a wealthy wool merchant of the period. Since becoming a hotel in 1974, the Close Hotel has developed a reputation for excellence in hospitality by creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere, combined with the efficiency demanded by today's business world.
ating in the charming Garden Restaurant, boasting an original Adams ceiling and views of the walled garden with its central fountain, offers classic dining with the ambience of a 16th century town house.
ccommodation - here are 15 spacious rooms, each individually decorated and named in the same elegant yet comfortable style as the original house. Many of the bedrooms overlook the beautiful walled garden and provide the comfort of today with the atmosphere of the past. A delightful mix of antique and contemporary furniture enhances the rich decor. There are two bedrooms with fine antique four-poster beds. Every room is en-suite and retains the character of a by-gone era.
the efficiency demanded by today's business world.
unctions - Our conference boardroom allows you to conduct your meeting in total seclusion. "Cloisters" is a purpose built conference room seating a maximum of 22 delegates boardroom style, situated behind the main house, away from any distractions, yet with easy access to the rest of The Hotel.