Stow-on-the-Wold is one of the bustling major marketing towns of the Cotswolds and famous for its antique shops. There is an excellent choice of Hotels, Inns, B&Bs and Self-Catering Cottages for accommodation and lodgings.
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Low oak-beamed ceilings and large stone fireplaces pay tribute to the Unicorn's lengthy past. Over the last 300 years, the inn has changed its standards of accommodation, incorporating the latest modern facilities, yet many vestiges of the former centuries remain.
The recently refurbished interior is decorated in a stylish manner featuring Jacobean furniture and antique artifacts whilst log fires abound. Enhanced by floral quilts and comfortable armchairs, the 20 en suite bedrooms are simple yet charming. Fine painting adorn the walls of the public rooms and the cosy bar offers hand-carved wooden chairs and rich carpets.
Modern British cooking is served in the elegant surroundings of the Georgian restaurant from an imaginative a la carte menu.
Stow Lodge Hotel is situated in the heart of the Cotswolds in
the historic hill top town of Stow-on-the-Wold, overlooking the market square with its many interesting galleries and shops. One of the hotels major features is its picturesque gardens that during the spring and summer months are full of vibrant colours and wonderful fragrances, where guests can sit out and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
Stow Lodge is one of only a few hotels in the Cotswolds that is still family owned and run, having been in the same family ownership for over 5o years. Sadly Mr and Mrs Jux are no longer with us, but their daughter Val Hartley and her husband Dave with their two sons Chris and Steve and their wives Amanda and Nicky are all involved in the day to day running of the Hotel. With help from the friendly local staff the hotel offers a very homely style of service where guests can relax and unwind in total comfort.
The hotel was originally built in the mid 1700’s as the rectory, as the rector at the time required a larger residence. The hotel has been tastefully modernised over the years but retains much of its old world charm; crackling log fires in the bar and lounge during those cooler months, a false bookcase remaining in the lounge that once concealed a spiral staircase leading to a secret room and not to mention the tunnels leading off from the cellar, that are said to be older than the hotel itself.
All Bedrooms are en-suite and have colour television, beverage making facilities, hairdryer, direct dial telephone, electric fan and radio.
Several rooms have twin beds that can be zip linked together to make a super king size double bed. We also have three double bedded rooms with king size beds including one with a four poster bed. All bedrooms are situated in the main hotel or hotel coach house which is situated approximately 25 metres behind the hotel. The bedrooms are of very similar quality.
A Chalet Suite is situated in the hotel grounds overlooking the garden.
Room Rate Guide for Double Room Mid Week:- Low Season from £75.00 to High Season £109.00.
Stow Lodge Hotel
The Square, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 1AB
This Grade II Listed building dating back to the 16th century is in a commanding position in The Market Square and fronts onto the green where the original 17th Century Penal stocks still stand.
Built from the honey coloured stone, which characterises the Cotswolds, the hotel is complete with ships' oak timbers, which lend a truly Old English ambience to your stay.
Proprietors Jason and Helen Allen have conscientiously devoted themselves to creating a hotel which offers all the home comforts. The décor is tasteful and sympathetic to the period, while at the same time every modern convenience is provided for your comfort and pleasure.
Garden Rooms, Grade A and Superior Rooms available.
All of the rooms are en-suite, have central heating, a colour television, direct dial telephone, tea/coffee making facilities, on-site laundry facilities, private car park, plus ample additional overnight parking in The Square at the front of the Hotel.
Room Rate Guide for Double Room/Twin Room:- from £70.00 to £130.00 per night.
Old Stocks Hotel
The Square, Stow on the Wold Gloucestershire, GL54 1AF
Welcome to Traveller's Joy Holiday Cottage (Sleeps 4)
A well appointed and recently refurbished listed terraced cottage with 4 star quality rating from
The property is over 200 years old with many period features. Ideally situated for touring in the beautiful Cotswolds with the historic market town of Stow-on-the-Wold just one mile away and with access to footpaths to Upper and Lower Slaughter. Friendly local pub within walking distance and easy car parking just opposite the cottage.
Comfortably furnished and spacious living room with beams and a wood burning stove in a large inglenook fireplace. Digital TV and DVD player.
Adjoining dining room with French doors to rear garden. Electric night storage heaters installed throughout for added comfort.
Separate cloakroom and storage area for walking gear. An initial fuel supply provided for wood burner.
Large bespoke designed modern kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and digital TV. Electric underfloor heating.
Two comfortable double bedrooms containing ample storage space and electric night storage heaters. Bedrooms lead to a separate well appointed tiled shower room and toilet.
Upstairs rooms and landings have sloping ceilings and beautiful exposed beams. Access via a modern staircase with one turn.
A delightful large rear garden with patio areas, furniture and two stone outbuildings, accessible via either the back stable door or French doors. There is a single step up to the lawn.
Attractive views across adjoining fields.
Prices start at £245 for four days in low season to £580 in high season.
Please call us for pricing during the Cheltenham National Hunt festival.
Traveller’s Joy Holiday Cottage, Lower Swell, Stow-on-the-Wold, GL54 1LF
Glebe House, One Rectory Barns, Lower Swell,
Gloucestershire, GL54 1LH
Welcome to May Cottage adjacent to one of
Stow's most attractive Georgian Houses
May Cottage is adjacent to one of Stow’s most attractive Georgian houses, set back from the road in landscaped gardens. Built of Cotswold stone the cottage has lovely arched Gothic windows which let in the light. As a listed building, it is equipped to a very high standard, with attractive antiques in the large living room and Spode in the limed oak kitchen.
Completely renovated and considerably extended the cottage consists of outer hall, inner hall, and kitchen with Italian travertine floors and a huge living room, with marble fireplace, for which logs are provided, and French doors to a patio at the back. Leading from the living room is a glass door to a heated conservatory, again with travertine floor, and double doors to a completely new master bedroom with Queen-sized bed, silk curtains, and new furniture.
The en-suite bathroom has under floor heating, separate bath and walk-in power shower. The second bedroom, which also has separate but direct access to the bathroom has twin beds and fitted furniture. All are newly decorated, very light and peaceful, and warmed by central heating.
Outside, there are gardens to front and side, with a private BBQ area towards the back. The living room and conservatory open onto a private patio with table and chairs enclosed by pretty Cotswold walls. There is parking for two cars and the cottage is very quiet.
The cottage faces open country but is only within a few minutes walk from the famous market Square.
Low Season from £460.00 per week
High Season from £693.00 per week
See our website for shorter bookings and discounts for longer stays.
Mary Wilson, Broadoak Cottages, The Counting House, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire GL54 1AQ
Bruern Cottages in the Heart of the Cotswolds (Sleeping 2 to 10)
The 12 cottages were converted from the Victorian stable yard and outbuildings of Bruern Abbey, a handsome 18th century Baroque country house. Bruern Abbey was bought in 1945 by the late Michael Astor, a writer and Member of Parliament. Judy Astor, Michael's widow, began converting the cottages in 1992, bringing to the task thoughtfulness, imagination and a passion for design. In the interiors, in the gardens and in the very way Bruern is run, nothing has been done without the guest’s experience and point of view in mind.
Bruern Holiday Cottages have been national winner of the English Tourism Council's Excellence in England Gold and Silver Awards for Self-Catering Holidays. They are luxurious, stylish and well equipped, with open fires and four poster beds as well as state-of-the-art bathrooms and kitchens. They sleep two to ten. The cottage all have private enclosed terraces and many have their own secluded gardens.
In the beautifully landscaped communal gardens and grounds, facilities include tennis, croquet, swimming, gym and the Stables Spa offering all sorts of treatments and pampering , including massages, facials, manicures and pedicures. Our spa has been featured on Tatler’s 101 Best Spas in the world.
There is also a special play area for children with a mini-playground, two-storey Wendy house and a heated play cabin with dressing up clothes, toys, art materials and fantastic retro pedal cars and tractors.
Bruern's central location makes it an excellent base for exploring The Cotswolds - Oxford is half an hour away, Stratford-upon-Avon and the Shakespeare National Theatre under an hour, and Cheltenham (racing and the annual Literary Festival) much the same. There are lovely wildlife walks in the neighbouring Nature Reserve at Foxholes and along the Oxfordshire Way, which runs through Bruern.
Bruern is also easy to get to by both train and car - Central London is just an hour and a half by either, and there are direct trains from there to Kingham station which is just 5 minutes drive away. It is also about the same distance from Birmingham and Bristol.
Price depends on season and cottage - range from £798 - £6,711 per week.
Whether you're looking for a break with friends or family or a romantic hideaway, Rose Walk Holiday Cottages offer you the perfect retreat from the everyday.
Cosy yet contemporary, you'll be ideally situated to make the most of this charming corner of England, or simply put your feet up and take a well-earned break.
Beautifully refurbished, Rose Walk Cottages (a terrace of four cottages) offer you all the modern conveniences you could wish for with interiors that are a perfect blend of traditional cosiness and contemporary styling and comfort. We're confident that whichever cottage you choose, it will more than meet your expectations.
All the cottages have a modern, country feel with Jane Churchill furnishings, original oak beams and natural stone flooring and under floor heating. Staircases, landings and bedrooms have fitted carpets and the sitting rooms are equipped with flat screen LCD/digital TVs, telephone and wireless internet connection.
The villages of Upper and Lower Oddington lie in the gently undulating valley of the river Evonlode two miles east of the market town Stow on the Wold - the highest town in the Cotswolds. Upper Oddington is part of the Oddington Conservation area and is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The honey coloured cottages and houses date back as far as the 16th century and the Church of St Nicholas is 12th century Norman. Visitors to this lovely little church will be rewarded with an opportunity to see the rare Doom fresco.
Upper Oddington is ideal for exploring quintessential English villages, historic houses and gardens and an abundance of superb walks of the surrounding area.
Price depends on season and cottage - range from £510 - £995 per week.
Fewer nights can be booked dependent on availability.
For more information visit our website or send us an email.
Rose Walk Cottages, Back Lane, Upper Oddington, Moreton in Marsh, Glos GL56 0XL
Sally Gaden, Mount Pleasant Farm, Oddington Road, Stow on the Wold, Glos GL54 1JJ
Near the old Cotswold market town of Stow on the Wold, hidden at the end of a private drive are two cosy self catering holiday cottages with far reaching and uninterrupted panoramic views They have been converted from the former barn, retaining its character and charm, including open beams and exposed timbers.
Set in a secluded, peaceful location on a small working farm, the accommodation has a private flower and lawned garden with seating, picnic tables and barbeque There are expansive large grass areas and wonderful footpaths surrounding the cottages, ideal for dog walking. (Dogs welcome).
Stable Cottage is the larger of the two cottages with one double and one twin bedroom sleeping 4+ (there is sofa bed as well in the lounge). On the ground floor is the kitchen dining area, a stone arch leads through to the wonderful sitting room with open fire. The kitchen embodies a typical farmhouse style.
Well Cottage, the smaller of the two cottages, has a lovely warm and snug feeling to it. featuring one double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom upstairs and an open plan kitchen and living accommodation down stairs, Well Cottage makes a great base for your holiday.
Stable Cottage sleeps 4+ in a double and twin bedrooms - Rates from:- From £245.00 per week. Well Cottage sleeps 2 in a double bedroom - Rates from:- From £230 per week. Short breaks also available, please contact us for availability and price.
"Little Barnfield" is a charming rural hideaway and a perfect location from which to explore the Cotswolds, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Nestling in the upper reaches of the River Windrush, Kineton is a quiet, unspoilt hamlet. Footpaths meander over breath-taking countryside and through peaceful wooded valleys and quiet country lanes with fords to splash through, making it perfect for a walking or cycling holiday.
Surrounded by a wealth of honey-coloured villages, it's still only a short drive from the historic towns of Stow-on-the-Wold, Chipping Campden and Winchcombe. There are many varied attractions in the nearby area, including The Cotswolds Rare Breeds Farm Park, just a mile away, or Sudeley Castle and Snowshill Manor, or the National Trust gardens at Hidcote, and Snowshill Lavender farm - ideal for afternoon tea.
The accommodation at Little Barnfield is well equipped and stylishly furnished and decorated. A large and light fully equipped open-plan lounge; a fully equipped kitchen with spacious dining area. There is a small, separate utility area with stable-door leading to garden. There is one double bedroom and a bathroom with full sized bath.
Kineton has its own delightful country pub, serving food which after a relaxing day is just a short evening stroll.
Anne Dawson, Little Barnfield, Kineton, Guiting Power, Cheltenham, GL54 5UG
An historic traditional Cotswold's stone cottage built in 1820 at the heart of Stow-on-the-Wold, a romantic retreat ideal for all year.
Charlie’s cottage newly refurbished to provide charming comfortable, tastefully decorated and up-to-date living accommodation.
English Heritage listed building, there is a real wealth of character with deep-set windows, wood beams, brace and latch doors and south facing cottage garden. Original Cotswold inglenook fireplace with log burner.
Bed linen, towels and logs for the log fire are included.
Two minutes walk from the town square, with excellent pubs, restaurants, traditional and tourist shops, and historic buildings, yet the cottage is along a private footpath.
Charlie's cottage is in one of the most popular and attractive towns of the Cotswolds, set in the middle and midst of the north Cotswold's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Tariff per week (Sleeps 2):- Low Season £375; High Season £475
Our visitors highly recommend Charlie’s: “Very cosy, very well equipped and in a great location!”
A stone's throw away from the market square of Stow-on-the-Wold, The Cottage at Stow is an idyllic and beautiful home-from-home in the Cotswolds.
With its open fire, luxury master bathroom complete with whirlpool bath and separate shower, well-equipped kitchen and comfortable accommodation to sleep five, this holiday cottage spread across three floors is of the highest standard.
Exposed wooden beams and Cotswold stone create a cosy and traditional country cottage boasting modern luxuries including dishwasher, Freeview television and a DVD player, washer tumble drier and microwave. Accommodation is comprised of a king-size attic master bedroom plus further single, with an additional double on the first floor.
The cottage is non-smoking and for family visitors a high chair and cot can be made available on request.
Tariff 2012 / 2013
Special rates apply for Christmas, New Year, Easter, Bank Holidays, and Cheltenham Gold Cup Week. Short stays welcome but with a minimum of 3 nights stay starting on a Friday, and 4 nights away starting on a Monday. Our week runs Friday to Friday and we can do a special discount during Jan and Feb for stays of 2 weeks or more.
Winter (October 2011 - March 2012)
£500 per week, School Half Terms £600 per week
Spring (March - May 2012)
£570 per week, Easter and Bank Holiday weeks £720
Summer (June and Sept) 2012
£720 per week
High Summer(July Aug ) 2012
£770 per week
The Cottage, High Street,
Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, GL54 1DL
A Cotswolds Holiday Apartment in the beautiful village
of Broadwell near Stow-on-the-Wold
A very warm welcome to Temple Mews - a Cotswold Holiday Apartment in the village of Broadwell, Stow-on-the-Wold.
Following an extensive refurbishment, which has taken the owner 14 months of personal work, the property is available for rent in 2010 providing the ideal base for you to explore the beauty of the Cotswolds.
The Temple Mews apartment is self contained and situated on the upper floor with access via outside stone steps.
Accommodation is for 4 people + 1 using the Sofa bed.
Two bedrooms; the master with en-suite and hand basin Bathroom includes a fixed head high pressure shower over the bath.
There is a sitting out area on the entrance veranda/patio and the walled garden is also available.
Accommodation features - Open plan living room and kitchen - Dining table seats 6 - Kitchen appliances include a microwave, dishwasher and a wash-dryer machine.
There is Off street parking for several cars • A travel cot can be provided
• No smoking in the premises and no pets
Tariff:- From £380.00 for minimum of one week stay
Box Cottage is a beautiful little detached stone cottage
in the village of Broadwell - Sleeps 2
Box Cottage is a beautiful little detached stone cottage in the village of Broadwell. It is only 1.5 miles from Stow- on-the-Wold And is the perfect place for couples to unwind for a relaxing holiday or to use as a base for walking. It has plenty of character and charm throughout.
The double bedroom with king size bed, has exposed oak beams, a high sloping ceiling and lovely open views across the Cotswold countryside. The bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with over-bath thermostatically-controlled shower.
The cosy sitting room’s focal point is the stone hearth that has a wood-burning stove for which an initial supply of logs is provided. The newly fitted, well-equipped kitchen has a door leading to the south facing garden area. This is accessed by a trellised, walkway through to your own "secret garden" overlooking fields. Garden furniture and BBQ are provided.
Box Cottage is within easy walking distance of the award winning pub, The Fox which sits on the village green and serves excellent food. The famous market towns of Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh are only a short car drive away as is the Daylesford Organic Farm Shop in Kingham. Several National Trust Properties are nearby including Hidcote Gardens.
Box Cottage has recently been refurbished throughout and is very well equipped to ensure you have a relaxing and comfortable holiday.
Digital TV, DVD and CD Player
Wi-Fi Internet Access
Newly Fitted well-equipped kitchen with:-
Fridge and Freezer
Linen and towels included
Hairdryer, iron and ironing board also provided
Welcome food provisions
Sorry smoking is not allowed inside the cottage. No pets.
Price per week - £350 to £450 Christmas/New Year £450.
........a cosy two bedroom period cottage, a few minutes walk from the
market square in the historic Cotswold market
town of Stow on the Wold
Gable Cottage is a 250 year old two bedroom cottage in historic Wraggs Row. Its architectural and historic significance have been recognised by English Heritage by giving it a Grade 2 listing. With exposed beams, low ceilings, flagstone floors, and gabled bedroom windows, it is full of original character and charm but now has all the comforts and conveniences of modern day living, such as central heating, a modern kitchen with AGA, and a new contemporary bathroom.
With 2 double bedooms, Gable Cottage has luxurious accommodation for 4 people. An extra folding bed can be put up in the main bedroom for a 5th person if required.
Just a 3 minute walk to the town square, Gable Cottage is in the ideal place from which to explore the history, the outstanding pubs and restaurants, the antique shops and the quality shopping that Stow has to offer.
Prices per week :- From £420, see our website for detailed information.
Gable Cottage, Stow-on-the-Wold, GL54 1JT
Liz and David Pilditch
Willow Corner, Armscote,
Located in the pretty village of Naunton near Stow-on-the-Wold (Sleeps 2 to 4)
Gleed Cottage is located in the pretty village of Naunton, nestled in the heart of the Cotswold Hills, close to the Wardens Way Walk.
It has a lovely enclosed garden which makes the perfect setting in the summer months or alternatively for the winter it boasts a woodburner and a cosy interior.
Ideally situated it makes a great base for exploring all that the area has to offer, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bourton-on-the-Water, which are both easily accessible, as well as Cheltenham and Stratford.
The village has a pub just a short stroll away from the cottage, which is available for local ales as well as an extensive menu, with lots of local ingredients for you to sample.
1 double bedroom and 1 twin bedroom.
Beamed living/dining room with woodburning stove and rugs on quarry tiled floor.
Compact gallery style kitchen.
In keeping with a character property the stairs are steep to access the top floors. The top bedroom has a sloped ceiling. The bathroom is situated on the first floor and has a over-bath shower and toilet.
Wood burning stove with fuel. Linen and towels included. Video/DVD, Radio/CD, Microwave, Dishwasher, small garden with furniture, BBQ, Roadside parking, Pets free of charge, Travel Cot available. However, unfortunately, due to the nature of the property it is unsuitable for the infirm. No smoking allowed.
Prices:- High Season - £606 per week;
Low Season - £469 per week
Short breaks can be arranged. Please contact us for pricing.
....on the edge of the quintessential Cotswold village of
Broadwell near Stow-on-the-Wold
Paynes Cottage is a one bedroom spacious modern well constructed Cotswold stone barn located on the edge of the quintessential Cotswold Village of Broadwell with its beautiful village green and award winning Fox Inn within easy walking distance.
The cottage is situated at the East end of the village and enjoys extensive views towards the Evenlode Vale. Alfresco eating is available on the Patio with outdoor table, seating and umbrella.
Some of the highlights are:-
A Large comfortable open plan living room incorporating a dining area and modern well equipped kitchen with Bosch electric cooker/hob, Microwave, Fridge, and Washing Machine.
A spacious double bedroom which comprises of one four poster double bed, one bedside tables with lamp, chest of draws, bookcase, fitted cupboard and luggage rack. Under floor heating under a oak wooden floor.
The bathroom comprises of a cubical shower, bath with handles, wash hand basin and cabinet, WC, heated towel rail and shaving socket. Under floor heating under a tiled floor.
Other Facilities include
Internet via WI-FI
Central under floor heating included
Linen and Towels included
Off Road Parking
Shopping and supermarkets are 1.5 miles away at Stow on the Wold
Sorry we cannot accept pets
Tariff:- Low Season from £375.00 per week; High Season from £490.00 per week.
Located in the beautiful village of Broadwell near Stow-on-the-Wold (Sleeps 2)
Rose’s Cottage is a lovely one bedroomed holiday cottage in Broadwell, Gloucestershire that's ideal for a couple. Named after Mr Thomas Rose who was the owner in the 1890's, the cottage is situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, just a few minutes’ drive from the nearest town, Stow-on-the-Wold. Overlooking an idyllic village green, it is a place where you can instantly relax and tune in with nature, with walks right from your front door. It adjoins our 400 year old home whose cottage garden can be enjoyed from the sunny south facing patio.
The Fox Inn close by is a traditional Cotswold Inn where local ales and great food are served. Visit during the summer on a Thursday evening and see the game of "Aunt Sally" played in the beer garden. If you don't wish to cook one evening, it's no problem, just stroll to the Fox.
Cotswold attractions include Blenheim Palace and Warwick Castle, Stratford upon Avon, Oxford, Chipping Campden, Broadway, Cirencester and Cheltenham as well as the world famous Hidcote gardens. The most local attractions are Batsford Arboretum, Chastleton and Sezincote House.
Enter through a pretty, south-facing patio area directly into the well equipped kitchen with dining area.
Pass through the hall to enter the comfortable living room or up an easy flight of stairs to the beamed bedroom with double bed.
The ensuite bathroom is equipped with an over-bath power-shower, heated towel rail and electric shaver point. Bed linen and towels are also provided.
On arrival you will receive a welcome pack containing some basic provisions.
Digital TV/DVD (Living room & Bedroom).
Electric fan oven
Iron and Ironing board
Price for a week's stay is from £405.00
Weekly bookings, Friday to Friday
The Green, Broadwell, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, GL56 0UF
The Green, Broadwell, Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire, GL56 0UF
at the heart of local life -
the king’s head inn at bledington
It’s a genuine pleasure to walk into The King’s Head Inn at Bledington. There’s no need to invent a ’theme’ for our remarkable, privately-owned Cotswolds inn, as it dates back to the 16th century, when it was originally built as a cider house.
Open fires welcome you in the winter, as you enjoy a local ale around the bustling bar or perhaps a warming meal. In the spring and summer, you may find that you and your friends spill out onto the famous and gloriously picturesque village green. In short, it’s the classic English pub that you always hope you’ll find, but seldom do.
The Kings Head Inn at Bledington overlooking the village green
The 16th century Kings Head Inn is situated in the tranquil and beautiful village of Bledington only 3 miles from Stow-on-the-Wold. The Inn is set back off the village green and is what everyone would imagine a timeless English Inn to look like. With the brook running through it and the ducks running freely around the Green , the pub looks delightful. Once inside no-one is ever disappointed.
As our guest, you have an excellent choice of accommodation at The King’s Head Inn. On the one hand, it’s possible to stay above the pub in rooms that have a real individuality and charm. If space is more of a consideration, however, we have six further rooms in the courtyard – all of which accommodate king-size beds.
Whichever option suits you best, you can be sure of a comfortable stay in a room that has its own distinct character. Our owner Nicola Orr-Ewing has personally overseen the decoration. We’ve also ensured that every room has its own bathroom, TV, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and wireless internet access.
Tariff:- from £90.00 per room per night fully inclusive of full English breakfast and VAT.
See website for further information.
Here at The King’s Head, we believe in wholesome, hearty and traditional English food, served with a touch of flair and a spark of imagination. Our chef is always looking for the very best local ingredients and has worked hard to create some very popular mainstays. Our specials board, meanwhile, provides the ideal opportunity for him – and our regular guests – to experiment. AA Dining Award .
The Merrymouth Inn is a 13th century stone built Coaching Inn
situated near Bouton-on-the-Water
Inn is set in beautiful rolling countryside and is an ideal centre from which to
explore the Cotswolds, whether it be by car, bicycle or on foot. Close by can be
found the famous Cotswold town of Bourton on the Water and the Cotswold Wildlife
Park. The inn is just over 20 miles to Cheltenham Racecourse.
Further a field are many historical places of interest such
as Warwick Castle, Stratford on Avon and Blenheim Palace.
The Inn features a comfortable character bar with open log fire and adjacent restaurant. The owners of the Merrymouth Inn, Bill Prince and Mo Rudd pride themselves on providing freshly cooked food using the finest produce. The Inn features in the 2007 good pub guide.
Accommodation: The nine double bedrooms or twin bedrooms are located to the rear of the inn in attractively converted stables which overlook the rolling Cotswold countryside. Each of the individual, stylish and comfortable rooms includes an en suite bathroom, tea and coffee making facilities and television. Breakfast is served 9am to noon - earlier on request. The Merrymouth Inn is Dog Friendly.
£50 for single occupancy of double
£75 for twin/double room (2 sharing)
£85 for family room with double bed & 2 bunks
The Lamb Inn at Great Rissington near Stow-on-the-Wold is
one of the Cotswolds most welcoming country inns
Overlooking the Windrush Valley, we are central to lovely Cotswold villages like
Bourton On The Water, Stow On The Wold and The Slaughters. The Lamb is surrounded
by heritage sites and visitor attractions, antique shops and art galleries, cultural
and sporting events.
The Lamb Inn is an attractively rambling building of mellow Cotswold stone, some parts are over 300 years old, with a sunny garden. Under the care and attention of Paul and Jacqueline Gabriel and their team, it is a thriving village pub as well as a haven of comfort, great food and rural peace and quiet!
We have excellent bed and breakfast accommodation to offer, 14 en suite bedrooms from
which to choose from, so from a business stop over to a relaxing weekend break in the
Cotswolds we have something to suit every need.
The restaurant is furnished in comfortable country style, attractive for lunches,
candle-lit and romantic for the evening. With fresh flowers in summer and a lovely
log fire in winter, the restaurant also displays a collection of antique and incomprehensible rustic implements.
The Lamb Inn is located in the beautiful Cotswold village of Great Rissington, set
in the heart of the Windrush valley, on the border of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire
and built with the famous Taynton Cotswold stone (St Paul's Cathedral + Oxford colleges),
the Lamb is centred in the Cotswolds 'visitor triangle' which encompasses Buford (6
miles), Stow-on-the-Wold(4 miles), Bourton-on-the-Water (2 miles) and also Cheltenham,
Oxford and Stratford Upon Avon (20 to 40 minutes drive), and Bath (1 hour).
The area has everything for discerning visitors including walking or cycling in one
of the most beautiful areas in the UK, historic sites and many cultural attractions.
There is plenty to keep you and your children entertained too, Burford Wildlife Park,
Birdland in Bourton On The Water to name just a few.
Double room from £70.00 per night; Twin Room from £85.00. Rates fully inclusive of breakfast. See website for details of accommodation options and detailed tariff information including special deals.
The Lamb Inn, Great Rissington,
Gloucestershire, GL54 2LP
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