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The White Hart Hotel, Cricklade

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Elizabeth I was Queen of England when The White Hart first opened its doors and it has always been the principal inn at Cricklade, a town which calls itself "the threshold of the Cotswolds".

Perfectly located just off the A419 midway between Swindon and Cirencester, the hotel is ideally placed for those touring the area on business or purely for pleasure.

Parking to the rear of the hotel is plentiful and free.

All 14 rooms are en-suite and well appointed with all the conveniences expected by the modern traveller - including wi-fi.

Accommodation prices:

Single Rooms from £49.00 and Double/Twin Rooms from £59.00

We also offer family rooms with cots. Please call for prices and availability.

All prices include continental breakfast and VAT.

Click here to book a room online

- 14 en-suite rooms
- Private car park
- Wi-Fi
- Easy access to M4 and M5
- Swindon, 10 mins drive
- Cirencester, 10 mins drive
- Function Room
- Garden Terrace
- Restaurant

During the summer months, the garden terrace at the White Hart is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a relaxing drink - or dine alfresco.

For that special occasion or business meeting, the function room and terrace are also available for:

- Private parties
- Weddings
- Conferences
- Clubs and Societies

A little bit of history...
The inn had to wait over 250 years before its heyday which came after the Vale of White Horse hunt split into two 'counties'. The year was 1886 and when the hunt built new kennels on the edge of town, Cricklade became a major centre for hunting in the area.

The White Hart was rebuilt in 1890 to provide suitable accommodation for hunting people who would stay for part of the season. Even today, it still oozes late Victorian comfort whether you are staying overnight or just visiting the large, plush lounge.

Just to underline its position as the town's leading licensed premises, The White Hart has a unique and splendid canopy which spans the pavement. Arkell's are relatively new to The White Hart, having bought the pub in 1973, and intend to ensure that The White Hart's proud traditions are carried on for years to come.
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