|"Very comfortable and good value"||(in 28 reviews)|
|"Very clean, comfortable and lovely staff."||(in 262 reviews)|
|"Lovely views, friendly staff, very clean"||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Only the location and spring water."||(in 30 reviews)|
We have stayed at this hotel 4 times now and the staff have been friendly & helpful everytime. The food is always excellent. It is a very convenient hotel for Bath, Bristol and the surrounding areas.
we liked the location and the village very much. we also found the room very comfortable and the staff both friendly and helpful.
The room with its view; the food; the location
Can't think of anything
Restaurant meals expensive and not much choice, better to have a bar meal
The hotel is situated in the countryside next to a stream. Breakfast is quite good.
On booking .com there is no opportunity to book a twin or double for sole occupancy, there for I booked a double knowing I was solo. I arrived in the evening to find they had given me a twin room, the beds were narrow and the one I slept in was not comfortable.The next time I book I will stress that I want a double room in the comments bopx at the end of the booking.
Clean, friendly hotel in lovely spot. Good food and breakfast.
Staff were polite and very efficient. Food was excellent and good value - available from lunchtime until 10pm. Friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Lovely rural location and very peaceful. Room and bathroom spotless and comfortable.
Minor criticism is lack of overhead cover from hotel to bar and restaurant so glad it wasn't raining.
We paid half price, which I thought was fair value for money.
If you are susceptible to floral pattern blindness I would steer well clear. It’s the sort of hotel you will never remember for as long as you live.
Beautiful place! Very quiet - loved the creek and view of the farm country. The concierge was extremely helpful in directing us on our tour of the Cotswolds - even let me use the phone to make a change in a future hotel booking. Breakfast and dinner were superb!
The only negative was the bed. The mattresses appeared to be many years old and you could feel the springs so my husband and I doubled a blanket on each bed in order to be able to sleep. The next morning we spoke with the concierge and she had housekeeping make our beds that day with the blankets covering the mattress, which did help.
Pleasant country inn atmosphere. Rooms quiet, away from the bar. Attractive furnishings of good quality. Our room overlooked the river which was delightful.
Only bad point - our toilet was very, very difficult to flush. We learnt a 'knack' but it took practice and involved pressing the push button many times and with special rhythm! It really needs correcting!
Located in Cirencester, The Crown of Crucis is in a rural location, a 5-minute drive from New Brewery Arts Centre and 5 minutes from Cirencester Roman Amphitheatre. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
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The Crown of Crucis is located at Ampney Crucis, 5 km from the centre of Cirencester. Brewery Arts Centre is the closest landmark to The Crown of Crucis.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 10:30 at The Crown of Crucis.
Yes, The Crown of Crucis offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, The Crown of Crucis offers free parking.
No, The Crown of Crucis does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Crown of Crucis is 22,1 km from Brize Norton. The Crown of Crucis is 27 km from Gloucestershire.
Yes, The Crown of Crucis is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, The Crown of Crucis does not have a pool on-site.