Good Hotel Guide Review
Recently refreshed, this ‘delightful, friendly’ 17th-century coaching inn retains its authentic country air. Creepers climb up the front of the mellow stone building; in the rear, a large garden has an outdoor gin bar, a boules pitch and fine views over the rolling countryside. ‘Comfortable, beautifully converted’ bedrooms, in the main building and around the courtyard, enjoy a serenade of the burbling Windrush stream. In the popular bar, all 17th-century stonework and old timbers, locals and visitors choose from a ‘good selection’ of gins, ales and ciders; the kitchen sends out seasonal rustic dishes and pub classics. With bread from the local bakery and coffee from an artisanal roaster nearby, breakfast is ‘top-notch’.
6. All on ground floor.
all year except 25 Dec.
bar, restaurant, in-room TV (Freeview), large terrace, garden with outdoor bar, boules pitch.
in bar and restaurant.
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 £25–£30.