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England’s oldest Hotel, the Grade 1 listed The Old Bell Hotel (https://oldbellhotel.co.uk) is located alongside the 12th century abbey in the centre of the historic, Wiltshire market town of Malmesbury in the Cotswolds, and has just re-opened following an extensive refurbishment. The Old Bell hotel dates back to 1220 when Abbot Loring established a hostelry for visiting dignitaries to Malmesbury Abbey, then an important and powerful seat of learning. The hotel has welcomed guests continuously since then, evolving over time and developing an eclectic architecture that spans the centuries. The ‘new’ Old Bell Hotel has been revived and refined with a renewed emphasis on the quality of accommodation and dining experience.