Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel,
Spine Road East,
For Sat Nav we recommend guests enter the postcode GL7 5TL which will take them to the Gateway Centre, located next door to the hotel.
Near to Bristol, Cheltenham, Oxfordshire and Swindon.
Spa & Leisure
The Cotswolds is an area known for its natural beauty which makes it a pretty good starting point for a little time out and that is exactly what De Vere Cotswold Water Park sets out to provide. Already at an aesthetic advantage given the surrounding scenery, the venue goes all out when it comes to spa facilities with a gym, spa hydro swimming pool surrounded by heated loungers, a sauna, experience shower, bucket shower, steam room, relaxation suite, mud rasul, dry floatation room and manicure stations.
Treatments are no less comprehensive either, using Decleor and Jessica products therapists provide a range of manicures and pedicures in the Champagne Nail Bar, as well as facials, wraps, scrubs, dry floatation experiences (not to mention one featuring chocolate) and a series of finishing touches as well.
Hotel & Accommodation
The Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel that plays home to De Vere Cotswold Water Park is, unsurprisingly given the name, surrounded by woodland, rivers, lakes and open countryside. The 328 rooms are light and contemporary as befits a four star venue, and incorporate a colour scheme inspired by the natural elements. There are also self-catering facilities, which function particularly well for visiting families.
High on anyone’s list after a day of pampering and activities however is always the food – and here there are two options. The necessity to book should assure you of the quality of each – the Brasserie is a casual, contemporary environment open for all meals and offering alfresco dining when the weather permits, while The Old Boathouse is a more traditional pub offering modern British classics.