6 quality bed and breakfast en-suite rooms (2 of which are located on the ground floor). 2 Self Catering properties also available. Secure Gated Parking and Wifi. A few minutes walk from the centre of this historic market town. Ideal location to tour The Cotswolds
Japanese restaurant with good quality fish although other ingredients such as miso seem to be instant varieties. Although not as good as your options in London, this is probably the best place in Cirencester for East Asian food.
Four Pillars Hotel Group. New (as of 2014) 4-star hotel and apartments on the Lakes at South Cerney, outside Cirencester. It has 28 bedrooms, 21 meeting and event suites, a spa, bar and restaurant.
The Old Brewhouse in Cirencester is a delightful 17th Century town house bed and breakfast full of charm and character, sympathetically restored and refurbished offering high quality accommodation.
On the outskirts of the town is an original mound formation used for entertainment during Roman times. In winter the locals like to use for tobogganing! Owned by English Heritage.
A centre for contemporary craft in the Cotswolds - a gallery, shop, cafe and on-site makers studios, all open to the public. Regular workshop and events.
English chain restaurant selling warm pasties for a few pounds. Close enough to the Abby Grounds for a quick picnic on a summers days.
Called the 'Cathedral of the Cotswolds', this is an impressive large church right in the centre of the town.
Victoria Road. Offers quality bed and breakfast accommodation, a short walk from Cirencester town centre.
This is a large park that used to be a Catholic Abbey before its destruction by Henry VIII.
A really good bistro experience, connected to their own butcher shop on Black Jack street.,
Excellent visitor attraction in the town centre about the town's Roman heritage.
Close to town, good for a break in the Cotswolds.
Cirencester is the Roman Capital of the Cotswolds, Roman Corinium. It's an ancient market town with traditional Cotswold buildings and thriving shopping centre. It's worth spending a morning here, especially on a Saturday. Every other Saturday there is a Farmer's Market. People are very friendly and it's easy to get in. The town is famous for its polo connections in the Cirencester Great Park, and for the Royal Agricultural College.