The Fish, Cotswolds

The Fish is an odd name for a hotel surrounded by beautiful Cotswold countryside, miles from the coast. But then, The Fish is an unusual hotel.

Until the Reformation demolished the local monastery, Benedictine monks used to keep their fish fresh in the chilly caves of a nearby hill. Today you’ll find that ‘Fish Hill’ is the setting for a rather idiosyncratic hotel. The Fish is less like a traditional hotel, and more like a collection of individual homes, ranging from guest rooms and suites that reflect chic Scandinavian design to ‘hilly huts’ tucked away in picturesque woodland. There’s even a period farmhouse welcoming up to 13 guests in complete comfort.

Whatever style of accommodation you choose, if you stay at The Fish during your luxury, tailor-made holiday in England you’ll be treated to the perfect combination of excellent facilities, an atmosphere of cosy homeliness and the freedom to roam around a 400 acre Cotswold estate.

The Fish, at a glance

  • Different style of hotel in a village-type layout
  • Set on a 400 acre private estate
  • Choice of 68 guest rooms and suites arranged in five picturesque buildings, plus five idiosyncratic ‘hilly huts’
  • Guest rooms have contemporary Scandinavian décor with fine views and en suite bathrooms
  • Suites typically offer extra space, private patios, cosy sitting areas with wood-burning stoves, super-king beds and glamorous en suite bathrooms
  • Farmhouse has eight en suite bedrooms and a large lounge
  • Fine restaurant specialising in offering the Cotswolds on a plate

For leisure and pleasure

  • Explore 400 acres of woodlands and rolling countryside
  • Network of nature trails for ramblers
  • Segway safaris
  • Archery classes and pistol shooting
  • Hiking and biking
  • Main lodge with fine restaurant, casual bar and games room
  • Great base for exploring the quaint English villages, the local pubs, the picturesque market towns and picture postcard scenery of the Cotswolds
  • Absolutely outstanding. This was the best holiday we have ever had.

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    SF, Mexico, 2013