Cross Keys Cottage Bed & Breakfast, Stow-on-the-Wold

You will be assured of a warm and friendly welcome at this 17th century beamed cottage which offers delightful accommodation and is situated just a few minutes walk from Stow Square.

Built in 1640 it was originally an Ale House called "The Cross Keys" where the beer was brewed in the cellar. In 1660 a second cottage was built behind the original dwelling and quite recently a further extension was added, giving Cross Keys deceptively comfortable and spacious accommodation. On the ground floor you will find the breakfast room where a superb choice of Continental breakfast is served. There are also two lounge areas for guests use - one with television and welcoming open log fires to keep you cosy on winter evenings.

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The bedrooms are all furnished to a high standard making them perfect to relax in after a full day touring in the Cotswolds. Each bedroom has central heating, colour Sony LCD TV, radio/alarm and tea & coffee making facilities. Cross Keys Cottage is awarded Three Diamond Status by the Heart of England Tourist Board and is privileged to be included in the U.S.A.'s Frommers Guide with a star rating and Rick Steve 2014/15.

Rooms Available
Kingsize Double en suite/shower 
Queensize Double en suite/shower 
Standard double + private bathroom
Twin en-suite/shower

General Information
*Wi-Fi internet access.
*Open all year round excluding Christmas.
*Not suitable for children under 10 years old
*Major credit cards accepted.

For reservations or for further information
please contact Margaret & Roger Welton :
T: 01451 831128
E-mail Enquiry

Room Rates
Double/Twin rates from £85 to £95
The rates include Continental breakfast.
There is no V.A.T. or service charge.
Online Availability & Booking


*Chauffeur driven tours by arrangement. 
*Transport to and from Moreton in Marsh station by    arrangement. 
*Unfortunately not suitable for wheelchair users.

Cross Keys Cottage
Park Street, Stow on the Wold
Gloucestershire GL54 1AQ  
Cross Keys' own website