A honey, coloured seventeenth century coaching inn clad in Virginia Creeper nestled in the Cotswolds hills in the historic market town of Northleach.
With 14 beautiful bedrooms, stunning tiered cottage gardens designed by Max Asknew, a treatment room and private rooms for meetings, parties and hideaways.
Finalist Mr and Mrs Smith Awards
Best of British Tatler Restaurant Awards
Top 101 Hotels in the World Conde Nast Traveller
“This is a secret Tardis of coolness in the Cotswolds, a blast of professionalism dressed up with bags of character…”
“Atmospheric coaching inn, with fantastic local food, a good bar with a roaring fire and comfortable rooms.”
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Whether you are joining us for supper, or staying the night in our hotel, there is parking towards the rear of the building, just look for the driveway next to the entrance to the Inn.
The Wheatsheaf Inn, in the quintessentially English village of Northleach is the perfect spot to explore the glorious Cotswolds countryside from. In the village itself, there is a butcher, a baker but no candlestick maker and then a little further afield, some of our favourite things to do:
Cheer on your favourite horse at the Gold Cup at Cheltenham Racecourse, waterski backwards at Cotswold Water Park, do the doggie paddle in Cheltenham Lido, roar with the lions at Cotswolds Wildlife Park, watch Polo at Cirencester Polo Club, visit the home of one of Henry VIII’s wives at Sudeley Castle
Shop in Cheltenham at the Union Project, Olive, Keith Scarrott or Pink Vintage
Oggle at the art in Cheltenham’s The Wilson Gallery and Paragon Gallery
Shoot clays with Olympic coach Ian Coley, cheer on the players at Gloucester Rugby Club
Collect seeds from Stanway House Gardens, run naked through Chastleton House Gardens or Hidcote Manor Gardens or climb the adventure playground at the home of Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace