Good Hotel Guide Review
Give Django Reinhardt a spin on the vintage jukebox and drop in for a quiz night or for a Sunday-night session on the 1920s Art Deco piano at this fun local hang-out handy for the chic boutiques of Tetbury. Rooms, with wooden floors and a stripped-back chic, are in an annexe across a cobbled courtyard. Some are dog-friendly, several have comfy seating areas, all have luxury toiletries along with serious style. They range from a very snug space with a shower over the bath in the bathroom to a showstopper suite with beams, a mezzanine, an in-room roll-top bath, walk-in rain shower, log-burner and balcony. You can dine in the bar or outside with your dog, or dogless upstairs under the rafters. Chef Stergios Pikos’s menus have ‘a firm vegan theme’: choose a beef burger or superfood burger, smoked tofish or beer-battered fish and chips, a one-pot stew of the day. New this year is the covered, heated ‘Tavern on the Green’ for outdoor drinking. In summer, world street food is dispensed from a silver Airstream trailer. ‘The cheerful young staff, the hubbub of a busy pub and some excellent food made for a very enjoyable stay.’ (DB)
1 Cirencester Road
6. 3 on ground floor, 1 suitable for disabled.
all year except 1 week Jan, kitchen closed Sun pm.
bar, restaurant, private dining/meeting room, in-room TV (Freeview), large garden, bar and garden wheelchair accessible, adapted toilet.
in bar and restaurant, free jukebox, monthly live music sessions.
all ages welcomed, extra bed £30, children's menu.
allowed in ground-floor bedrooms (no charge), bar.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £90. À la carte £32. 1-night bookings usually refused Fri and Sat.