22. Some on ground floor, 4 in garden cottages.
Lift, lounge, bar (wood-burning stove), brasserie, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), ½-acre garden, civil wedding licence, functions.
All ages welcomed.
Well-behaved dogs allowed in bar, lounge, garden, some bedrooms.
Per room B&B £190–£390. À la carte (brasserie) £35.
VisitEngland Four Star Hotel
Good Hotel Guide Review
Soak up the country calm on the banks of the River Coln, where stands this stylishly updated 17th-century former coaching inn (Cotswold Inns and Hotels). Perhaps the most beautiful part of England – according to William Morris – it’s an ideal setting for gentle rustic pursuits: gazing over gardens and meadows, bird spotting, taking afternoon tea by the river, perhaps a spot of fishing at the local trout farm. Well-appointed bedrooms, some ideal for a family, may have a roll-top bath or four-poster bed; standard amenities include high-quality toiletries and a capsule coffee machine. Cottage suites, a short walk from the inn, have a sitting room and a private garden. Eat modern European dishes in the brasserie; dine alfresco in fine weather.
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.