As well as hosting a number of interesting courses and events, Hawkwood also offers Bed and Breakfast accommodation in our enchanting 19th century Grade II listed buildings.
The house is located in the centre of The Cotswolds, set within 42 acres of sustainably managed grounds, including gardens and a natural spring. The setting is idyllic and quiet, and the charming town centre and Stroud Train Station is only a five minute drive away.
We can accommodate up to 48 guests within 13 single rooms, 9 twin rooms, 1 double room and 5 triple rooms, depending on availability. We also have an easily accessible ensuite on the ground floor for disabled guests.
Our accommodation is simple, comfortable, and affordable, and most of our rooms have stunning views across the Severn Vale or onto the gardens. All our bedrooms are fitted with hand basins, and shared bathrooms are located nearby on each floor. We ask visitors to bring their own toiletries to help reduce our impact on the environment.
A wander round the grounds will reveal all kinds of interesting secrets, from pumpkins and figs in the garden, to the giant sycamore tree and the Woodland Sanctuary for meditation. Complimentary coffee and tea are available too, please help yourself in the dining room. If The Library is free then make yourself at home in an armchair in front of the fire. To learn more about our venue, read about the Hawkwood Experience.
Depending on availability we can also offer accommodation for groups with special last minute discounts. Please get in touch with Penny on 01453 759034 for more information.
We have launched our newly refurbished Gatehouse Lodge as a space for hire! The Grade II listed features tied in with the subtle modernity of the refurbishment makes for an escape that blends comfort and antique charm. The Lodge is self-contained and private from the main house but comes with an additional option to book meals from our exceptional chefs for wholesome, organic and sustainably sourced nourishment. The accommodation comprises two bedrooms, a living room with a wood-burning stove, a well-appointed kitchen, a bathroom and boasts a private & sizeable back garden.
There are 5000km of footpaths to explore around the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, including the popular Cotswold Way.
Cotswold Woollen Weavers
Learn all about the long heritage of textiles in the Cotswolds by visiting the 18th century working weavers, shop and museum.
Go for a day out at this beautiful National Trust property which dates back to Tudor times.
Visit the charming market towns
Wander the streets, admire the medieval architecture or go shopping in Stroud, Gloucester or Cirencester.
Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens
A fun day out for families and wildlife lovers with lions, crocodiles, zebras, giraffes and more all set in 160 acres of beautiful parklands.
Cotswold Water Park
The charity run water park encompasses an area of 40 square miles, with more than 150 lakes, offering a huge number of fun activities from sailing to horse riding.