Helpful staff in this lovely honey coloured stone traditional ancient Cotswold inn.
The single bed in our curiously named Paris en Provence room was a collapsible bed, smaller than standard size and very uncomfortable, but it was not shown as a temporary bed on the website (had it have been, we would not have booked the room). The double bed did not have a very thick mattress and was not that comfortable either, but maybe we are getting spoiled with memory foam mattresses.
We didn't mind the precipitous stair case - that's what comes with the characterful old building, but completely unsuitable for anyone not very steady on their feet. I suggest that the description of the two rooms leading off this staircase contain a warning. The room was scrupulously clean, but some of the landing/stairway carpets were seriously marked/stained.
Cooked breakfasts were generous and well above average, although some fruit at breakfast would have been welcome.
We enjoyed our dinner there, and excellent wines, and special congratulations to the chef who prepared the innovative cheese (savoury) panna cotta.
Lovely outside dining area.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking