Good Hotel Guide Review
The ‘phenomenal food’ served at this former 19th-century barn is matched by ‘the amazing backdrop’ and light-filled bedrooms overlooking sheep-filled meadows. Baraset has a reputation for its punchy dishes, often with an Asian-Mediterranean twist, such as Moroccan spiced lamb with couscous, and tempura squid with yuzu and wasabi dressing, plus ‘generous’ desserts such as daiquiri sundae. ‘We savoured every mouthful.’ The lofty barn with flagged floors, beamed roof, exposed-brick walls and vast metal-and-glass lampshades provides an ‘atmospheric setting’ with ‘friendly service’. There’s a decking area for summer dining and a courtyard with fire pit, ‘the perfect spot for a drink’. ‘Enormous bedrooms’, across the courtyard in a modern timber and brick barn, are smart with floor-to-ceiling windows, contemporary furniture and bright-patterned headboards and fabrics. Bathrooms, with walk-in showers, are modern with black fittings and white tiling. Breakfast in the bright conservatory includes home-made muesli, scrambled eggs or avocado on sourdough, and the full works, with vegetarian option. Borrow a bike to cycle to nearby Stratford-upon-Avon.
16. In separate annexe, 1 suitable for disabled.
all year, hotel closed Sun nights.
restaurant, conservatory, bar lobby, in-room TV (Freeview), courtyard garden, patio, meetings/private dining, EV charging, hotel bicycles, public area and restaurant wheelchair accessible, adapted toilet.
in public rooms at mealtimes.
all ages welcomed, free cots, extra bed £20.
allowed in garden and conservatory, not bedrooms.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £120. À la carte £35.