The Cotswold & Chiltern Hotels Group
Number Four at Stow
Offering 18 beautifully appointed air-conditioned bedrooms, suites and a family room, the hotel is an ideal destination for a getaway break to the Cotswolds where anyone can relax surrounded by the rolling green hills of the countryside.
Redesdale Arms Hotel
The award winning 34 bedroom Redesdale Arms Hotel sits at the gateway to the Cotswolds in the High Street of the historic town of Moreton-in-Marsh.
Steeped in history and dating back to around 1650, constructed of mellow Cotswold stone with a heavily oak beamed interior.
Horse & Groom
The Horse & Groom, Upper Oddington is a quintessential English Country Village Inn, dating back to 1580. This Grade II Listed Cotswold stone inn is full of character with exposed stone-walls, flagstone and oak floors, hefty beams and roaring fires and from its early days as a simple hostelry it has been updated without losing its wonderful charm.
Only 45 minutes from London and at the end of the Metropolitan Line near Beaconsfield in Amersham, we are easily accessible. With 45 bedrooms, a welcoming bar and a private room seating up to 40 people for weddings or private parties, we can cater for all your needs. Hawkyns Restaurant by twice Michelin starred chef Atul Kochhar has recently been awarded two AA rosettes, so why not compliment your stay with a meal in our fine-dining restaurant.
Kings Arms Hotel
The Kings Arms Hotel Amersham is a 34 bedroom Inn dating from the 1400’s and has been refurbished to offer all modern amenities whilst maintaining the historical character of the building.
The hotel has been used extensively in TV and Film productions including Four Weddings and a Funeral, Miss Marple and the TV series Midsomer Murders. It has also hosted many famous guests such as Oliver Cromwell.
The Kings Chapel
The Kings Chapel is available to hire for Weddings, birthday parties, corporate events or anything else you need an excuse to throw a party for!
You & your guests are sure to fall in love with the historic charm through the large arched windows overlooking the Chiltern’s infamous countryside.