Monday 6 April 2015

Two-Night Cotswolds Rustic Break in a Four Poster Bedroom The Wild Duck Inn £89

Two-Night Cotswolds Rustic Break in a Four Poster Bedroom £89

The Wild Duck Inn £89
A few miles outside of Cirencester, the gateway to The Cotswolds, rests a beautiful public house with rooms dating back to 1563. The Wild Duck Inn, framed by lawns and trees in the peaceful village of Ewen, conceals oaken beams, an open fire and many rustic comforts. Spend two nights lost in the magical Cotswolds countryside and return to an exclusive residents lounge, quintessential upmarket country bar, stunning views of the garden, and a supremely comfortable, handmade four poster bed. All 12 of the individually styled, modern bedrooms exude a different character, yet all are beautifully appointed and make it easy to relax on your well-deserved Cotswolds mini break.
What You Get
  • For £89 (worth up to £220) enjoy a two-night stay for two people in a four poster bedroom with breakfast each morning
  • Outside is a delightful enclosed courtyard canopied b a huge apple tree, perfect for taking your breakfast if it’s warm, or an evening meal beneath the patio heaters
  • The atmospheric Wild Duck Bar is everything you’d expect of a 16th century building, with deep red walls, a roaring log fire in winter and walls hung with old oil portraits – and even contains its own micro-brewery
Things to Do in The Cotswolds
  • Just a mile away, visit the Cotswold Water Park, 40 square miles home to 150 lakes, historical villages, interesting wildlife and fun-filled outdoor experiences such as kayaking, fishing and archery
  • Meander along the Thames Path National Trail, starting at its source in the Cotswold hills, passing through peaceful water meadows, timeless villages and pastures
  • Head into Cirencester for boutique shopping, excellent restaurants and the 3,000 acre Cirencester Park, the most historic polo club in the UK