Good Hotel Guide Review
With its wonky roofline, leaded windows, honeyed stone and distinctive black-and-white Tudor wing, this family-run hotel overlooks the green of a much-photographed, quintessential Cotswold village. Outside seating under clipped yews creates a convivial feel, while the 16th-century interiors incorporate cottages, a former smithy and bakery. A horsy, hunting, racing theme runs throughout, inspired by its proximity to Cheltenham. Bedrooms combine rustic details with contemporary fabrics and paint shades. ‘Snug’ and ‘cosy’ rooms are just that, while ‘comfy’ rooms have a lounge area. One spacious room has a four-poster; another dog-friendly one has a private terrace garden. All have a coffee machine, Roberts radio and Molton Brown products. In the glass-roofed Tattersalls brasserie and the galleried Jockey Bar, an eclectic menu runs from a Cornish crab sandwich to fish and chips, spiced Moroccan-style cauliflower and chickpea roulade, roast pork rump with chasseur sauce… After breakfast you might walk up to the iconic 18th-century hilltop folly Broadway Tower, in a deer park, where William Morris spent holidays, or you can hire e-bikes.
19. 3 rooms on ground floor. 3 self-catering cottages nearby.
sitting room, bar, brasserie, in-room TV (Freeview), courtyard, garden and terrace (residents only), allocated residents', parking, EV charging, unsuitable for disabled.
ambient in public areas.
all ages welcomed, under-13s on extra bed £20, children’s menu.
dogs allowed by arrangement in dedicated bedrooms, in bar and on terrace, not restaurant. No overnight charge if you book directly with hotel.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £163, singles from £143. À la carte £43.
VisitEngland Three Silver Star Hotel, 2 Rosette Dining, Google Reviews 4.4/5