Good Hotel Guide Review
A ‘delightful, friendly place’, this ‘extraordinarily good-value’ 17th-century mellow stone coaching inn has recently been refreshed, yet retains its authentic country air. In its popular bar, exposed 17th-century stonework, old timbers and a ‘good selection of gins’, ales and ciders. The kitchen sends a hearty roast to the table on Sundays; local and seasonal rustic dishes and pub classics on other days, perhaps lamb rump, Parmesan risotto, spinach, roasted shallots, wild mushrooms. ‘Comfortable, beautifully converted’ bedrooms, in the main building and around the courtyard, have mellow wood, light decor, and a serenade of the burbling Windrush stream. Two rooms have a stand-alone bath and walk-in shower. Breakfast is ‘imaginative, top-notch’.
6. All on ground floor.
all year, except 25 Dec.
bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), large terrace, garden with outdoor bar, boules pitch.
in bar and restaurant areas.
all ages welcomed (under-18s must be accompanied by an adult).
allowed in public areas, not in bedrooms.
per room B&B single, £85–£160, double £95–£160, D,B&B £135–£200. À la carte £30.