A stylish hostel in central Cirencester.

The Barrel Store has 14 rooms accommodating up to 43 guests. Made from good quality materials, the rooms are simple but stylish and most rooms are en-suite.  Perfectly located to explore the Cotswolds from the base of a thriving market town.

Book online or by calling us on 01285 657181.

Check-in between 4pm and 10pm. 

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  • 14 rooms sleeping up to 43 people.

  • 12 rooms are ensuite; rooms 8 and 11 share a bathroom.

  • Rooms are single, double and family.

  • One ground floor room with ensuite suitable for disabled persons.

  • Guide dogs only.

  • Sheets, towels, shampoo, shower gel provided.

  • Free Wifi, no TV

  • See the brochure here

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The Community Room/Kitchen has a fully equipped self-catering kitchen with free coffee and tea and a communal seating and dining area.

Make your own meals, use the fridge for storing your food, eat at the communal table and relax in the comfy chairs.

There are plenty of nearby supermarkets and restaurants ensuring you won't go hungry.


New Brewery Arts Café next door is open for brunch, lunch, coffee, tea and great cake!

10% discount to Barrel Store customers on production of your door entry card.

Opening hours
Mon-Sat 9am-4.45pm
Sun 10am-3.45pm



We're in a great location for you to explore the Cotswolds.

We've got a limited number of lockable cycle stores. Allocated on a first come, first serve basis, they'll ensure your pride and joy is safe while you stay with us. So, keen cyclists and walkers, we look forward to welcoming you and a group of your friends!



We're brilliantly located, right in the middle of Cirencester (once the Roman Corinium), a busy market town perfectly placed as a base from which to explore the Cotswolds. 

Nearest supermarket - 100 yards
Nearest pub - 100 yards
Nearest restaurant - 100 yards

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Did we say we're part of New Brewery Arts? Adjacent to us and championing craft throughout the Cotswolds, if you love craft, check out the website for what's on here.

Workshops, exhibitions, breakfast at the Cafe, a visit to the Craft Shop or watching a maker create - it's all next door.