Waggon & Horses

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11 London Road

Waggon & Horses, Cirencester

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Cosy Cotswold Stone pub with comfortable bed and breakfast rooms off the rear courtyard away from bar and road noise. Good free WIFI throughout a local laundry services perfectly crisp linen local plumbers installed powerful hot water system for the showers and then there's the substantial breakfast using local produce.

Last traders Inn on the London Road just inside the old Roman walls by the East gate. In the old market days of Cirencester traders would have sold their goods and stayed here over night the name implies this was a traders Inn rather than say the Coach & Horses and there are over 300 years of records for Waggon & Horses. Now a cosy friendly pub with dining rooms and 4 B&B rooms off the courtyard away from bar and road noise.

There are award winning ales traditional ciders and good food to be had in the evening and a fine breakfast in the morning. CAMRA have listed us in the Good Beer Guide several times and Tripadvisor have given various certificates of merit. As well as some great press coverage.

 3 star rating

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