You'll find refinement and a warm welcome in this rambling 17th-century manor house with Victorian additions, tucked away in a quintessential Cotswold village. Public rooms, and bedrooms both in the main house and in the converted granary and barn, are decorated in a classic contemporary style, with country-house floral patterns, muted color scheme and antiques. Within the grounds is a sunny, espaliered walled garden and terrace, perfect for relaxation. Also of note is
the award-winning restaurant, offering creative British-French dishes and excellent wines on fixed-price menus. A range of enticing packages is available thoughout the year.
May 22, 2002
The staff here is so rude, that when we complained about the treatment, they actually said it wasn't their concern. We said we would never return, and they said that was fine. I wouldn't dream of returning unless the entire staff was replaced!