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The Golden Cross, Cirencester

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If there is a brighter, more colourful, more welcoming pub within a hundred miles of The Golden Cross, we'd like to know about it!

This happy little pub has everything that a backstreet town local should have - and more.

- 2 B&B rooms - both ensuite (1 a family room)
- Open for lunch 7 days a week
- Evening menu, Monday - Saturday
- Quiz night every Sunday

Nestled in the narrow Black Jack Street in the old part of Cirencester, The Golden Cross is just behind the towering Parish Church of St John the Baptist.

It couldn't be handier for the town centre - which makes it very popular with shoppers at lunchtime - and yet also makes a good base for those wanting to explore the Cotswolds, offering very reasonable rates for overnight stays.

From the front it looks like the perfect backstreet pub but actually The Golden Cross was originally a coaching inn and dates back to the early 18th century. It is surpisingly big inside.
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