Good Hotel Guide Review
A wisteria-festooned arch frames the entry to this prettily refurbished hotel, in a hilly Cotswold town. Forged from a row of 17th-century honey-stone houses, the hotel (Cotswold Inns and Hotels) has flagstone floors, ancient beams, a galleried staircase and huge open fireplaces. The country-contemporary bedrooms (some compact) have their own style, with a mix of florals, checks, tweeds, hunting-themed fabrics. All have fluffy robes, upmarket toiletries, a Nespresso machine. For canine travellers, there are garden rooms with direct outdoor access. In the bar, board games, local ales, ciders and light meals; in the restaurant, well-crafted modern British cuisine including crisp lamb shoulder, lamb cutlet, dauphinoise potato, baby gem, heritage carrots.
21. 2 adjoining garden rooms on ground floor.
library, bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, function facilities, patio, walled garden.
in public areas (‘subtle’).
all ages welcomed.
well-behaved dogs allowed in some bedrooms, public rooms except restaurant.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £130–£310, D,B&B £190–£370. À la carte £38.