Bella Dorma

Bed and Breakfast in Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire (Cotswolds)

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Bella Dorma, Station Road
Bourton-on-the-Water
Gloucestershire
England
GL54 2EN

Bella Dorma, Bourton-on-the-Water

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Bella Dorma is a beautiful Cotswold stone cottage set on 2 levels and run as a Bed & Breakfast by it's owner Jacqui Emanuel. Situated just a few minutes walk into the wonderful village of Bourton-on-the-Water, Bella Dorma offers a hint of luxury in its unique bedrooms furnished with your comfort in mind.

Bella Dorma is a warm friendly family establishment offering spacious rooms with those few special extra touches. Bella Dorma offers on site parking for up to 4 cars and is situated just a few minutes flat walk into the beautiful village of Bourton-on-the-Water having won awards as the most beautiful village in The Cotswolds and known as 'The Venice of the Cotswolds' with the river Windrush running through the centre spanned by several bridges. Bourton offers a wonderful selection of shops and eating establishments plus many tourist attractions such as Birdland, The Motor Museum, The Perfumery and not forgetting the Firefly Maze! Bella Dorma is a non-smoking establishment offering you a home-from-home atmosphere.

Each newly refurbished room is a little unique with your comfort and luxury in mind. We offer ensuite rooms with colour t.v., tea/coffee (and hot chocolate)! irons and hairdryers. Breakfast is served in our beautiful Garden Room overlooking the peaceful landscaped garden which you are welcome to take advantage of (weather permitting)! We offer healthy option breakfasts plus fair trade and local produce which will leave you full until tea time.

We look forward to welcoming you to Bella Dorma soon. OVERVIEW * 2 minute walk from village * Single, double, twin or family rooms plus 'Special Suite' * En-suite plus colour tv, tea and coffee facilities & hairdryer * Full English or continental breakfast - fresh local produce + selection of specialist teas and healthy options * Breakfast served in beautiful garden room. * Packed lunch by prior arrangement * On-site parking * WiFi now available for guests * PLUS - Beauty treatments available on-site, (booking required).

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