“Castle Combe is nestled in a wooded valley and is a perfect example of a traditional English village. Once just the village’s prettiest pub, the Castle Inn is now a restaurant-led hotel with 11 en-suite bedrooms. Perfectly sited by the market cross, opposite the fine church. There is an inn-style bar, but most people come for the dining-room, which has a high reputation for ‘simple food done exquisitely'. Those who stay will find comfort and agreeable service at a modest price and stylish country house looks.”
Written by George Pownall
“Set in the market place, this famous hostelry can trace its origins back to the 12th century and many features of the original construction remain today.
The Inn has undergone careful and considerate restoration. Great care has been taken to preserve and enhance the charm of this lovely building whilst ensuring guests enjoy the utmost comfort and attention.”