The Huntsman Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Bristol Road
Wotton-under-Edge
Cotswolds
Gloucestershire
England
GL12 8DF

The Huntsman Inn, Wotton-under-Edge

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The Huntsman is situated right on junction 14 of the M5 We are four junctions from Cheltenham which means a 25 minute drive to the racecourse or an ideal place to stay on a commute to Devon travelling from the north of the country. We boast some of the most comfortable accommodation in the area and with our good food fine wines and local ales what better place to stay. The new refurbishment has gained the Huntsman a contemporary decor yet the pub still maintains its historic character thanks to the preservation of its original features and antique artefacts which can be found on the walls and around the bar.

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