Here are some other hotels nearby that we have reviewed
The Harcourt Arms
6 miles away
Among the neat rows of Cotswold houses, this ‘equally pristine’ 17th-century pub with extensions sideways and upwards, offers a ‘really pleasant place to stay’ as well as acting as a village social hub, with bar, restaurant and even a deli selling bread, cakes, coffee and local produce.
This 18th-century red brick free house was at risk of going to the dogs when Martyn Reed and Catriona Galbraith stepped in, refurbished throughout and re-established it in 2015 as a dining pub-with-rooms at the heart of a village at the foot of the Downs.
You can arrive by narrow boat and tie up by this Georgian pub on a peaceful stretch of the Thames with views of the eponymous stone bridge, or simply watch others messing about in boats as you sip a beer in the riverside garden.