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I really wanted this to be a “hidden gem” hotel, but sadly it wasn’t. The location is good, tucked out of the way, but not far from all that the Cotswolds has to offer. The food is very good, and although the Michelin star has...More
This is a beautiful Manor in a quaint small village in the northern Cotswold. Stay was very nice and staff was accomodating. There are several walking trails through the countryside and horseback riding available. Short distance to Stow on Wold and Bourton on Water. Wonderful...More
We enjoyed a perfect weekend with family and friends at this hotel at the beginning of the month. It was faultless.
We made a visit prior to enjoy a Sunday lunch and make sure that it hadn’t changed dramatically from thirty years prior when we...More
Spent an evening here and was impressed with the hotel on a number of levels. Firstly the location was perfect, the staff extremely polite and helpful, the room clean and comfortable but the most memorable aspect of our stay was the food served up in...More
we stayed 2 nights in this lovely hotel and were most impressed: it is a wonderfully English experience. beautiful setting, large grounds to explore, an immaculate garden, perfect welcome, lovely character room (ours was on the front of the hotel) with a modern and very...More
Sorry this is a bit late! No we do not as it is a very old historic building. We do offer fans in every bedroom though to compensate for the occasions that the temperatures go abnormally above average. Generally the rooms... More
Sorry this is a bit late! No we do not as it is a very old historic building. We do offer fans in every bedroom though to compensate for the occasions that the temperatures go abnormally above average. Generally the rooms are cool even in summer.
I hope this helps.
Michael - General Manager