The Dial House Bourton on Water

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Privately-owned and located in the very centre of the Cotswolds' most popular village, The Dial House features log fires, delicious afternoon teas and a lovely hidden lawn garden at the rear.

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BOURTON is a well-known beauty spot, famous for low stone bridges over the River Windrush that runs through its centre. Always busy, the village has many visitor attractions including Birdland, a Kit Williams designed maze and a 1:9 replica Model Village (which includes The Dial House, of course).

The restaurant is committed to excellence and offers an exciting tasting menu option in romantic surroundings.

Bourton tips from the hotel

Walk by the Windrush at sunset when the crowds have gone home and you'll experience something special.

Take a tour of the Cotswold Perfumery. It has made perfume since the 60s and once made a fragrance for HM The Queen.

No matter how busy Bourton gets, our garden is a real oasis for afternoon tea or a Pimm's.

The nearby (everything in Bourton is near The Dial House) Motoring Museum is a tonic, even if cars aren't your thing. Retro graphics and models make for an entertaining visit.

High Street, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire GL54 2AN
01451 822244;;
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Walk: Bourton to Wyck Rissington

4 miles (7km) | 2 hours

This easy walk to neighbouring Wyck Rissington leads through meadows and a nature reserve. A perfect way to step off the beaten track for a couple of hours.
Find the route at: Bourton-on-the-Water Walks