Angells House Bed & Breakfast
The village of Meysey Hampton dates back to medieval times. Angells House was originally two Tudor Cottages, then in 1850 Robert Angell a Wheelwright, brought the cottages and converted them into one house with adjoining workshop and forge. This house became known as Angells House.
Rooms available: Double with en-suite shower, twin room or double room with adjoining, private bathroom, Family room and Family suite. Single occupancy also available.
Double Room with en-suite. On the ground floor is our Courtyard room. With a very comfortable double bed and en-suite shower room, a colour TV with DVD, a hairdryer, a small fridge and an iron and ironing board, it is very well equipped! Independent of the main house, it is totally private and guests staying in this room are welcome to come and go as they please during their visit. An ideal room for a holiday or shorter stay.
Double /Twin room with private bathroom. On the first floor is a spacious double/twin room with adjoining bathroom. It has a Colour TV with a DVD player, iron and ironing board and tea and coffee tray. This room can also be made up as a triple or family room (to sleep 4).
Family Suite. We have a family suite (to sleep up to 6), consisting of 2 rooms, which share a private bathroom. The 2 bedrooms can be made up as one double and one twin or a family room and a further double room. If you are coming with friends and don't mind sharing a bathroom then the suite can be made up with 2 double rooms.
Guest Lounge. Angells House is non-smoking and all our rooms are centrally heated with tea and coffee making facilities. There is a comfortable guest lounge, where we serve complementary tea or coffee to guests on arrival. The guest lounge also has a Colour TV with freeview, DVD player and video. DVD's and Videos are available for guest to borrow and so is a box of Toys for under 5's. In the winter the wood burning stove makes a sung haven for guests. It is just downstairs from the Family room and so very convenient for guest with children.
Breakfast. We serve a full English Breakfast or lighter alternative in our friendly farmhouse kitchen or for larger parties in our spacious dinning room. In summer, on a sunny morning, we serve breakfast on the patio, so guests can enjoy our, peaceful garden, which we open to public each year, along with others in the village, in aid of The Red Cross.
Breakfast in your room: If guests would the like to help themselves to toast and cereals in their room, this can be arranged.
Tariff. B&B rate (includes a full English breakfast or lighter alternative):
Single occupancy from £50, Double/Twin from £65, Triple room from £80, Family room from £90 and Family Suite, from £105 per night.
Parking. We have plenty of off road parking and secure garaging for motorcycles.
Dogs. Well-behaved dogs are very welcome! We have a very friendly Rough Collie ourselves, who loves the attention he receives from guests!
Lifts/Taxi/Airport Runs. We are very happy to give guests lifts to and from venues.
There is an excellent pub The Masons Arms in the Village. It is only a 5minute walk and serves delicious, home cooked food and real ale! Lunch is from 12am to 2pm, Dinner from 7pm, Monday to Saturday. During the winter months, they are only open for lunch on Sunday and close on a Sunday evening.
Alternatively in Fairford (1 mile east of us) the Bull Hotel is open for lunch and dinner, every day, all year round. Fairford also has a selection of restaurants, a Fish and chip shop or Indian and Chinese Takeaway food. Please feel free to bring a take away back with you, I will gladly supply plates, cutlery etc.
Other local Pub's which we think are worth a visit are, The Spotted Cow in Marston Meysey, The New Inn at Coln St Aldwyns, The Swan at Southroup, The Victoria at Eastleach and The Village Pub in Barnsley.
The Bibury Court Hotel also serves light lunches for around £12.50 for 2 courses and evening meals. It is located in the beautiful village of Bibury (10 minutes away by car) and is in a lovely setting by the river. It is my favourite spot for lunch or for that special dinner.
Local Attractions, Towns and Villages to visit.
Cirencester is our local market town and is only 6 miles away. It has a market every Monday and Friday and has a good selection of shops, Cafés, Pubs and Restaurants. Dominating the town is the Parish Church behind which is the Abbey grounds, well worth a peaceful stroll around.
Bibury is a beautiful village, (5 miles north). It has an Old Water Mill & Trout Farm & the famous Arlington Row.
Bourton-on- the-water, very popular tourists stop (20 minutes away). It has a Model Village, a Maze, Birdland Birdpark and a Car Museum. It also has some lovely shops, art galleries and cafés.
Morton-in-the-Marsh is a popular destination. Close by you will find the Cotswold Falconry Center and Cotswold Farm Park.
You can easily visit the cities of Oxford (40 minutes), Cheltenham (25minutes) and Bath (50 minutes) from Angells House. We recommend using the park and ride, when visiting.
Gardens and National Trust Houses in our area to visit.
Sudley Castle near Cheltenham
Buscot Park near Faringdon
Blenheim Palace near Oxford
Hidcote Manor Garden
Painswick Rococo Garden
Places to visit for the family.
The Cotswold Wildlife Park at Burford
The Cotswold Water Park at South Cerney
The Corinium Museum in Cirencester
The Chedworth Roman Villa
Butts Farm - Rare breads farm, South Cerney
Bibury - Trout Farm & Arlington Row Birdland at Bourton-on-the-Water
Magicland: a children's indoor play area in Cirencester for under 11's
The Cotswold Water Park : Watersports and Leisure activities right on our doorstep. Spread over 40 square miles of countryside, with something for everyone, including Angling, Cycling, Bird watching, Canoeing, Sailing , Ariel adventure, Swimming, Childrens play area and BBQ hearths.
Walking/ Cycling. There are some great country walks and cycle rides. Cycle hire is available locally at Bibury Trout farm and the Keynes Country Park.
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