Good Hotel Guide Review
In a little village once described by William Morris as “the most beautiful village in England”, this 17th-century former coaching inn (Cotswold Inns and Hotels) is in a picturesque setting beside the River Coln. It has been refurbished in country house style by owners Pamela and Michael Horton; Quentin Fisher is the manager. Most of the individually designed, well-equipped bedrooms overlook the river; four cottage suites, a short walk from the inn, have their own garden. Modern European cuisine is served in the brasserie; in summer, doors open on to a courtyard for alfresco dining. Lift. Lounge, bar (wood-burning stove), brasserie. Free Wi-Fi. Background music. ½-acre garden. Civil wedding licence; functions. Children, and dogs (in some bedrooms) welcomed. Trout fishing can be arranged. 22 bedrooms (4 in garden cottages, 1 with hot tub). Per room B&B from £170, D,B&B from £229.
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Enjoy a lazy Sunday night stay in the Cotswolds. Arrive to a warm welcome, and you’ll receive a Sunday Lunch with a glass of sparkling wine in the Brasserie. Spend the afternoon relaxing with your choice of Sunday newspaper, a favourite book, or exploring Bibury before a great night’s sleep in one of the luxurious bedrooms. In the morning, full English breakfast will be served. All this from just £75 per person. Please mention the Good Hotel Guide when booking.