The Noel Arms Hotel

At a glance

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Cotswold Wildlife Park, Hidcote Manor Garden, Batesford Arboretum and Cheltenham are amongst the attractions within easy reach of the inn.

  • Restaurant


    Chef Indunil’s curries are not only well-received, they are award winning as well!

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    The hotel is in prime position in the chocolate-box village of Chipping Campden, in one of the UK’s most picturesque counties.

  • Hotel spa

    Boutique Hotel

    The Noel Arms enjoys an idyllic location with beautiful architecture and use of the pool and spa facilities at its neighbouring sister venue – Cotswold House. There is however, no gym.


The Noel Arms Hotel

The Noel Arms Hotel High Street, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire,
GL55 6AT

Spa & Leisure

In addition to picturesque walks through the countryside, The Noel Arms Hotel is just over the road from its sister venue, Cotswold House where guests can use the award-winning spa, ideally located in a secluded spot at the top of the magical gardens. It is for those aged 18 and over only, just a short walk down the pretty cobbled pathway and you find a world brimming with Decleor’s holistic treatments as well as six treatment rooms, a hydrotherapy area with a heated hydrotherapy pool, and an aromatic steam room for pre and post-treatment use.

Meanwhile, the Decleor treatments are known for their results, and here, every therapy treatment begins with a unique diagnostic back massage to allow you to relax and give your therapist an insight into your overall state of health and needs. The use of expert massage techniques and 100% pure, preservative-free essential oils addresses the demands of every skin type to leave all complexions balanced, comforted and glowing with health, in a collection of treatments for both men and women.

Hotel & Accommodation

Rumour has it that Charles II stayed here during the Civil War. Certainly one wouldn’t blame him for trying, particularly if the 1657 Four-Poster room with a 17th century carved wooden bed was available. Regardless, today the Cotswold stone inn in Chipping Campden is one of the oldest in the area, with 28 rooms oscillating from those showcasing its history by design, to more contemporary additions.

Providing a relaxed atmosphere, the bar features a character-forming log fire, while homemade cakes and coffees are served in the Coffee Shop. The restaurant also reflects the best of its surroundings thanks to the use of local produce, and is particularly well known for Chef Indunil Upatissa’s award winning curries.