The Cross Hands Hotel Old Sodbury near Chipping Sodbury, Bristol and Stroud sits on the A46 in the heart of the Gloucestershire countryside. With easy access from M4 junction 18. The Cross Hands Hotel is a old posting house and dates from the 14th century - 600 years later our own dear Queen sought shelter here during a blizzard in 1981! Those who like 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. It is popular nowadays with country lovers, horse racing fans, motor racers and is a great base for exploring the local area and you can be assured of a warm welcome and great hospitality. Use the Cross Hands Hotel as a base to visit Badminton home of the Famous Badminton 3 day event, Tetbury and other surrounding villages in the South Cotswolds
Take J18 off the M4 and then the A46 towards Stroud. At the first set of traffic lights you’ll see the hotel situated on the right-hand side.
There are 21 comfortable bedrooms with full en suite facilities, including feature rooms full of character. All rooms have TV, telephone, hairdryer, iron/ironing board and tea/coffee making facilities. Free Wifi. Ground floor rooms are available.
Weddings and conferences are a speciality at the Cross Hands. The hotel can cater for up to 70 guests, with the beautiful ‘secret’ gardens adding the perfect finishing touch. Ask about our 'Wedding for a Grand' promotion.
Relax with some friends over a pint of traditional ale or a glass of your favourite wine in the oak beamed Beaufort Bar with open fire. Try some of our tasty bar snacks or delicious light meals, or one of our speciality coffees. In the summer months you can sit outside in the lovely garden and admire the beautiful surrounding countryside.
The Cross Hands restaurant is relaxed, spacious and situated on two levels, offering a warm atmosphere and great service. Enjoy a great selection of freshly-prepared meals, including Chef's Daily Specials and a good selection of fine wines and cask ales.