Bed and Breakfast Bourton On The Water

Cotswolds Bed & Breakfast - Chestnuts B&B

Chestnuts B&B (formerly Polly Perkins) is a 300 year old listed building and is conveniently located in the very centre of the village, overlooking the village green and the River Windrush which flows through the Cotswold countryside on its journey to the Thames. We have been awarded the 3 Star Silver Award for excellence.

Bourton on the Water is probably the most famous of all Cotswold villages and visitors come every year to sample the delights of its treasures. Its picturesque little bridges span the river, while the centuries old houses and shops, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants capture an age long since gone.

Step out of Chestnuts B&B and you are in the very heart of the village, within immediate reach of its many facilities. The advantages of being so central are self evident when your leisure time is at a premium.

As guests you have access which enables you to come and go as you please, allowing you the freedom to plan your days without time restrictions.

Bourton on the Water is the home of Brum and Birdland. There are many walks around Bourton to enjoy and a wealth of wildlife to observe. Bourton is central to the Cotswolds as a whole, and everywhere worthy of merit is within easy and accessible reach of this beautiful village. We can cater for those special occasions with flowers, chocolates or champagne. We can also book meals for you and recommend places to eat.

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All rooms have en suite shower, colour TV, tea/coffee making facilities, mini fridge, clock, radio alarm.

Prices per room per night.

Our rooms are: - King size four poster, King Size suite with full bathroom, large doubles, standard doubles, twins, triples (double + single).

Families welcome

Children 0-10 years 10
11-15 years 20
Single occupancy available from 50
River Views in some rooms

Contact details

The Chestnuts, High Street, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire GL54 2AN

Tel 01451 820244

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