Come and stay with us
Escape the “hecticness” of everyday life, hang your coat up and sink into one of our cosy armchairs next to the warmth of an open log fire without a care in the world. The Bear of Rodborough is a little more than your average hotel on the side of the road.
We began life in the 17th century as a former coaching inn. Set within 300 acres of land belonging to The National Trust, the beautiful landscapes and rambling hills go on as far as the eye can see, all the way to the River Severn and Wales in fact.
Home to the dog walking community and golf enthusiasts, with a course perfectly positioned in the heart of The Common, The Bear also has another special local grazing nearby. The herd of Belted Galloway’s were the first cows to ever roam The Common, and have been cherished as part of the community ever since, particularly around the 18th hole.
We’ve taken our historical ambiance and installed comfy beds, warm furnishings and hung an exciting display of vibrant artwork to provide you with an experience that’s more than just a good night’s sleep. Walk along the original flagstone floors, unwind in the snug seclusion of one of our armchairs with a book, or take a leisurely amble up the splendid oak staircase and down the windy corridors to discover our collection of beautifully designed bedrooms.
Lie back, stretch out, and relax – why lift a finger if you don’t have to? Our collection of 46 beautifully designed bedrooms each have their own individual character, and have been equipped to provide you with a relaxing invitation to take refuge and comfort in a truly unique seclusion.
Picture warm colours, sumptuous rich fabrics with a hint of quirkiness woven into their design and an eye-catching selection of antique furniture and paintings to feed your fascination. No room is the same and it’s the unique personal touches that have been subtly added to each one that helps to form their distinct personality.
You’ll find the same relaxed, stylish vibe in both the Main House and the neighbouring Country House with plenty of snug bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms to choose from. Eat, sleep, rewind and repeat at The Bear of Rodborough Hotel.
Classic Double Rooms
'Country House' Double/Twin Rooms
Superior Double or Twin Rooms
Superior Four Poster Rooms
Outlined below is some information, which we hope will ensure you enjoy your visit to The Bear of Rodborough Hotel, regardless of whether your life is affected by a medical condition, disability, impairment or some specific learning difficulty.
Please note that there are steps throughout the hotel and this includes access to the country house rooms. For more information and to ensure we can allocate the most suitable room for your needs, please contact reception prior to booking.
Before you arrive
Reservations and enquiries can be made online, by phone or by email. Please ensure that our staff are made aware of any special requests or requirements at the earliest opportunity and we will do our best to help.
When you arrive
All our hotels have designated parking for those with mobility issues. Please ask when making your booking and we can let you know the best place to park and access the property. We will be delighted to collect your luggage from your car and deliver it to your room.
Reception and Bedrooms
Our reception staff will be able to advise you about room facilities and access to bedrooms and public areas of the hotel. We do have bedrooms on the ground floor level with walk-in showers, but we would not describe these rooms as accessible.
Assistance dogs are welcome and no charge is made. Large print menus can be provided on request.
We have tried to include as much accurate detail as possible in our Accessibility Statement and we welcome your feedback, in order to continuously improve upon the information we give.
If you require any assistance or further information, please phone 01453 878 522.
Cotswold Inns & Hotels is committed to working in a sustainable way and take care to reduce, re-use and recycle. We are continually working to improve our standards, which include:
- Using low energy lighting
- Switching off all equipment when not in use, where possible
- Only lighting log fires during cooler weather
- Using local suppliers for food, drink and other consumables where we can
- Composting garden waste, recycling paper and card and sending cooking oil to be converted to biodiesel
- Asking guests to conserve water and switch off TVs when not in use
- Replacing towels when requested
- Supporting the local community by offering sponsorship and raffle prizes, as well as discounted rates for local businesses needing accommodation.
We welcome our guests ideas: if you have any suggestions for further improvements, please contact Reception.