New Inn Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Lechlade on Thames, Gloucestershire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Market Square
Lechlade on Thames
Gloucestershire
England
GL7 3AB

New Inn Hotel, Lechlade on Thames

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Accommodation Description:


The New Inn Hotel is a 17th century coaching inn located on the banks of the River Thames. The hotel combines modern facilities with Cotswold charm. It is well located for visiting Cirencester, Cheltenham, Oxford and Swindon as well as for walking and touring in the heart of England.

3 star rating

From: £35.00

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