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This charming old posting house dates back to the 14th century and these days attracts a diverse crowd of guests, including country lovers, horse racing fans, motor racers, golfers and young couples. The Queen sought shelter here during a blizzard in 1981. Those who enjoy a bit of spooky history might like to know that the cellars were once used to house convicted criminals, sentenced to death by 'Bloody' Judge Jeffreys. The hotel is non-smoking throughout. It is fully air-conditioned and comprises a total of 21 guest rooms. Facilities on offer include a lobby, a bar, a restaurant, Internet access and parking for those arriving by car.
The rooms each include a telephone, daily housekeeping, a TV, an en-suite bathroom and tea and coffee making facilities. A bath, a shower, a double bed, a radio, Internet access and an iron and ironing board all come as standard.
The hotel's restaurant is relaxed and spacious. It is spread over two levels, offering a warm atmosphere. Guests can choose from an adventurous and interesting menu.
Useful information:Other names for Hotel The Cross Hands:
Cross Hands Old Sodbury