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Bibury Court

Bibury Court Hotel and Restaurant is a set in the beautiful picturesque village of Bibury (pronounced BIB-berry) in the Cotswolds, near Cirencester. Described by William Morris as ‘the most beautiful village in England’.

Bibury Court is a relatively small, English country house turned hotel, set in half a dozen acres of Gloucestershire countryside. It’s a relaxed place, without rules, regulations, pomp or ceremony. A warm homely welcome awaits, and is run in a manner to ensure peace, relaxation and provide solace from the frenetic world outside. Priding themselves in being “genuinely hospitable”.

Food is sophisticated, but earthy, modern British food without pretension. The depth of ingredients, and flavour is carried to the plates, with stunning interpretations of classic dishes. Much of the produce is sourced from the locality. Breads are made fresh daily, and the Master Baker is over seen by the hotel owner who also owns the famed Shipton Mill, lated in the heart of the Cotswolds, which also serves many of the regions top restaurants, including Le Manoir, with artisan flours, and breads.

Accommodation offers 18 bedrooms, roaring fires, snug bar and drawing room, glorious gardens bordered by the trout-filled River Coln, breathtaking walks and a friendly welcome home, the hotel ticks every box for a night or two away.


Food: Traditional Vegetarian


Food Serving Times: Monday-Friday 12-2pm / Eves Monday-Sat 6-9.30pm


Disabled AccessOpen FiresWith AccomodationAward WinnerGarden AreaFunction RoomSpecial DietsPrivate DiningWireless Enabled ZoneWedding FacilitiesLocal Produce
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Bibury
Cirencester
Gloucestershire


Telephone: 01285 740 337

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