9. 5 in annexe.
Snug, bar, restaurant (closed Sun eve), free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), garden, parking.
In public areas.
All ages welcomed.
Allowed in public rooms, not in bedrooms.
Per room B&B £95–£180. À la carte £30.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Flagstone floors, stone walls and a huge fireplace are expected of an 18th-century coaching inn in the Cotswolds. Unexpected, and wholly welcome, is the quirky sophistication that owners Lana and Sebastian Snow have brought to their dining pub-with-rooms. There are colourful textiles, Bill Brandt prints and playful wallpapers; leather chesterfield sofas by the log fire. Pubby informality reigns in the buzzing bar and stylish dining area, where Sebastian Snow’s modern plates might include cracked Kelmscott pork, caramelised apples, white bean and sage cassoulet. On a sunny day, picnic tables are set out in the garden for alfresco dining. Upstairs, cosy, pale-hued bedrooms have a comfortable bed, a smart bathroom, local artwork on the walls. The Snows also own The Plough, Kelmscott (see main entry), nearby.