The Malt House, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, Cotswolds
The Malt House accommodation in Berkeley, Gloucestershire is one of those family hotels and restaurants that you can spend a millennium looking for. The Inn can boast nothing if it can't boast comfort.
Tastefully furnished in mellow wall coverings and dark woods, the restaurant and bars have just the right level of intimacy and informality to instantly relax you.
All rooms at the hotel have T.V and coffee making facilities.
The restaurant is on two levels, and with soft lighting, oak beams and wood panelling, surrounds the visitor in ageless ambience. Seating nearly sixty, bookings for large parties are readily accommodated. It is, in any event, always advisable to book well ahead, especially for week-ends. The pub offers Sunday carvery from 12 noon, please book.
Berkeley is two miles West, off the busy Gloucester/Bristol trunk road (A38), and sits at the head of the Berkeley Vale, some of Gloucestershire's most beautiful countryside. Berkeley is rich in all sorts of history, and well known for its people, events and science, and latterly, the most modern of technological innovations, the world's first commercial nuclear power plant.
It is not possible to accurately date the beginnings of Berkeley as a community, but it can, with some degree of certainty, be traced back to Roman times when several battles were fought nearby - and lost - by the ancient Britons guarding the river crossings to Wales.
3 Star AA Silver Award.
TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
Telephone: 01453 511177
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