all year, except Christmas.
bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), beer garden. restaurant wheelchair accessible.
allowed in beer garden and bar.
per room B&B £130–£169. 2-night min. stay at weekends.
Good Hotel Guide Review
The community hub of a classic Cotswold village of tiny lanes and stone cottages, this 17th-century tavern (with Victorian additions) has been renovated by Jim and Claire Alexander with tasteful, pared-back simplicity. In the friendly bar and restaurant, there are low beams, exposed stone walls, worn flagstone floors and settles bearing check-patterned cushions. Locals, visitors and real-ale enthusiasts mingle over the pub’s own craft beers, or devour tasty variations on pub classics, perhaps chicken breast, stuffed leg, pancetta, charred leek, potato terrine. Upstairs, cottage-style bedrooms are simply decorated with substantial oak furniture and woollen throws; a decanter of sherry and home-made biscuits are homely touches. The enclosed garden offers splendid countryside views.