The Fish Hotel is unlike most other hotels; this nature-filled 400 acre estate is your gateway to a world of outdoor adventure with a touch of luxury that you are yearning for on your holiday. You are welcome to roam Famcombe Estate as you wish, or hop in your car to explore the Cotswolds yourself. The Estate has beautiful forests and fields with many cycle routes and walking paths for your pleasure.
The 67 rooms at the Fish Hotel are decorated with a contemporary country design with a touch of Scandi design inspiration.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Freeview TV
- Free WiFi
- Daily housekeeping service/24-hour front desk staff
- Orla Kiely toiletries
- Hair dryer
The Restaurant at the Fish Hotel:
The Restaurant at the Fish Hotel offers many options for dining; enjoy a large, gourmet buffet for hot-off-the-stove delicacies, or eat made-to-order straight from the delicious bar menu. The restaurant has a beautiful outdoor terrace that is perfect to eat outside during the summer months. You can find wonderful breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea options within the restaurant, as well as a needed beer, wine, cider or cocktail of your choice.
The Village of Broadway:
On The Map: The village of Broadway is located in the northwest of the beautiful Cotswolds District, approx. 2 hour northwest of London.
Often referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Cotswolds’, Broadway lies beneath Fish Hill on the western Cotswold escarpment. At the heart of England, The Cotswolds is the largest of 40 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) in England and Wales, known and appreciated by visitors from all corners of the world. The main street of the town used to be the primary road from Worcester to London, and the town took its name from its broad nature! The pretty High Street is lined with horse chestnut trees, and includes a mixture of period houses and picturesque honey coloured Cotswold stone cottages. Broadway boasts some notable historical buildings. The Lygon Arms Hotel famously hosted Oliver Cromwell the night before the Battle of Worcester, while King Charles I had previously used the building to meet and rally his royalist supporters. The Broadway Tower (pictured) was constructed in 1798. A unique building, it occupies a wonderful position overlooking the beautiful surrounding Cotswold countryside. Broadway lies on the walking trail “The Cotswold Way”, a National Trail completed by Authentic Ireland’s own Con Jager, which runs over 100 miles from the market town of Chipping Campden to the City of Bath.