Good Hotel Guide Review
The hub of the village, this stone-built restaurant-with-rooms (Calcot Hotels) is also a style hub, with country-chic rooms and smartened-up drinking and dining areas. Tuck in to hearty pub classics, making use of plenty of fruit and vegetables from the kichen garden at sister hotel Barnsley House, up the street (see main entry). Bedrooms have a separate entrance from the pub. Here, find old beams and deep roll-top baths, perhaps a four-poster bed. Light sleepers should ask for a room away from the road. In the morning, English farmhouse breakfasts have home-made jams and home-baked bread. Green-thumbed guests, take note: there’s complimentary access to the famous Barnsley House gardens designed by late horticulturalist Rosemary Verey. Bar, restaurant. Free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview). Background music. Children (cot, high chair; £25 supplement) and dogs welcomed. 4½ miles E of Cirencester. 6 bedrooms. Per room B&B from £99. Dinner £31.