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Kings Head Hotel

Market Place, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2NR Show on Map Add to Shortlist Submit enquiry
The Kings Head Hotel located in the heart of Cirencester re-opened in September 2014 as a modern, elegant boutique hotel offering 45 stylish bedrooms, 5 modern one-bedroom apartments, nine event spaces for up to 400 guests, an all-day dining option offering the very best of modern British food and Vaulted Subterranean Spa.

The entire hotel underwent a seven year, £7m extensive restoration programme to address decades of neglect to the historic fabric and recently has been awarded Editor Choice – Boutique Hotel by The Good Hotel Guide 2017 and Best Independent Hotel in the Cotswold by Cotswold Concierge.

Our nine event spaces offer a selection of Quirky, Unique and Grand spaces for a whole variety of events.

Flooded with natural light and supported with the best audio-visual equipment, complimentary wi-fi and a range of bespoke conferencing solutions to meet your specific requirements for your event.

All of the bedrooms offer you everything a great boutique hotel should, along with a host of period and architectural features giving each room its own personality. You will find assorted furnishings, great beds, over sized showers and Nespresso machines.

Situated in the heart of Cirencester the hotel is easily accessible from the South West, London and the Midlands, the hotel is an ideal venue for:

Away Days
Business Meetings
Conferences
Drinks Receptions
Incentives
Networking
Product launches
Seminars
Team building
Training

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