Lechlade Гостиницы

4 Гостиницы в Lechlade, показаны 1-4

New Inn Hotel 3 stars (0.05Km » Lechlade)
От £ 60.00
Оценка по 265 отзывам
Отличный 7.4/10 7.4
Market Place, Lechlade GL7 3AB
Этот отель, работающий вот уже 250 лет, идеально расположен на берегу реки Темза в торговом городе Лечлейд, в здании 17 века. К услугам гостей самые современные удобства. Расположение отеля New Inn -...

The hotel building is beautiful outside and just a short walk from the River Thames at the back. The rooms are very spacious and the beds comfortable. Lechlade is a very attractive Cotswold village, with lovely houses and church. - Anonymous

Old Swan Inn Lechlade 0 stars (0.09Km » Lechlade)
От £ 78.00
Оценка по 106 отзывам
Превосходный 8.5/10 8.5
Lechlade, Lechlade GL7 3AP
Old Swan Inn provides bed and breakfast accommodation in a peaceful village in the Gloucestershire countryside. Free parking is possible on site, and free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout. Located adja...

The Plough Inn 3 stars (3.76Km » Lechlade)
От £ 85.00
Kelmscott, Lechlade GL 7 3HG
In a 17th-century building, The Plough Inn is situated in the Cotswolds village of Kelmscott, Gloucestershire. It offers country-style home-cooking, real ales and rooms with flat-screen TVs and free W...

Buscot Manor 5 stars (2.38Km » Lechlade)
От £ 90.00
Оценка по 68 отзывам
Исключительный 8.8/10 8.8
Buscot Manor, Buscot SN7 8DA
Built in 1692, Buscot Manor is a tranquil estate set in the heart of rural Oxfordshire. Surrounded by the beautiful countryside, guests can enjoy activities such as horse riding, golf, and cycling. Ox...

Very warm welcome, with nice cream tea and biscuits, not to mention our sweet Anabel. Also Janet, friend of Romney, who was there at the time. Feel like staying at home with friends. Breakfast was very tasty. Location is great, near Lechlade and Kelmscott where You can find great pubs with nice food and excellent ales. Nice for walking around river Thames. The house is old and has a lot of English charm and history. Bathroom with bath is beatiful and interested, in an old fashion style. Thanks - Anonymous