Cotswold House Hotel and Spa

United Kingdom, Chipping Campden

3 Night Christmas Break

Break away from the your usual Christmas and relax at Cotswold House Hotel. 3 night Christmas break starts from just £610 per person

Christmas Eve
Celebrate the start of Christmas with a Cotswolds Afternoon Tea in the cosy glow of the roaring log fire. Then cocktails and canapés await at 7pm followed by a delightful five course dinner with Christmas carols from the local choir. Chipping Campden has two of the finest churches in the Cotswolds, either of which make for a wonderful setting for midnight mass. Return for a warming hot chocolate and mince pies before retiring to bed.

Christmas Day
After unwrapping all of Santa’s surprises enjoy a hearty Bucks Fizz breakfast, after which you can take a leisurely stroll around Chipping Campden and work up an appetite in anticipation of a traditional Christmas lunch. Christmas day lunch will be everything you expected and more, with a four course festive menu which includes a glass of champagne on arrival to commence the celebrations. Spend late afternoon with a game, a drink in the bar or cosy-up in your room for a Christmas day classic on the TV. The day will be rounded off with an informal light buffet.

Boxing Day
Is a lazy day for either exploring the area around Chipping Campden or visiting one of the many famous local attractions. Dinner on Boxing Day will be a 2 course hot and cold buffet, then join in the fun with a hosted Race Night, with prizes for the winner.

 

Three Night Christmas Package Tariff
Prices are per person per stay sharing a double room

Cosy double (single occupancy) - £800
Classic Double/Twin - £610
Superior King - £655
Cottage Room - £685
Junior Suite - £730
Suite - £805
Hot Tub Cottage - £880

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Awards

Hotel of the Year
Bespoke Hotels 2018
Certificate of Excellence
Trip Advisor 2014 - 2018
4 Star Hotel
The AA 2017
Culinary Excellence
2 AA Rosettes, 2107