You’ll find this quaint hotel on one of the oldest streets in Cirencester. Conveniently located just a five-minute walk from the town centre, this wonderful establishment dates back to the 16th century. The building was originally used as a wool merchant’s house and still maintains original features throughout. Today it’s a privately owned hotel that provides three-AA-star en-suite bedrooms, as well as delicious food and drink. Perhaps the pièce de résistance of Corinium Hotel is the beautiful and secluded walled garden; it’s the perfect location in which to enjoy one of the bar’s carefully selected wines or ales, or to dine al fresco.
Those who choose to dine at Corinium Hotel won’t be disappointed. Starters include dishes like the home-smoked salmon, hoisin mooli, ginger, chilli and sesame dressing, alongside charred vegetables, truffle custard, and Parmesan. The mains are just as appealing – think dishes like roast veal, asparagus, charred potatoes, peas, and sweetbreads, or Cornish hake with butternut tortellini. As well as the à la carte, diners can order from the daily specials board and there’s a separate children’s menu too, so the whole family will find something tasty to tuck in to. The Sunday lunch menu is a firm favourite; expect quality meat, seasonal vegetables and all the usual trimmings. Whether you’re stopping by for dinner or enjoying a cosy stay and exploring the beautiful surrounding areas, you can be sure of a warm and friendly welcome.