The location is pretty good being a few minutes from the centre of the village and the rooms were fairly quiet (but then again it was not a full house). The owners had a laid back attitude which worked well for me - you knew where the owners were if you needed them and otherwise you were left to your own devices.
Some people may view this place as being 'quintessentially English' and quaint. It is like a typical guest house from back in time...namely the 1980's. The decor was a little tired looking. The room was ok and had everything you need, though it was a tiny bit stuffy and small made me feel a little claustrophobic. I have to say the bed was hard and not the most comfortable I have slept in and in fact I didn't sleep much at all on day two. If you like a really firm bed this will not be a problem to you.
Breakfast was fine (thin, salty bacon and I was sad not to see lovely local sausages) but the eggs were nice and fresh.
To be honest while it wasn't awful at all, I would not stay there again, simply because I know there are plenty of places in Bourton that offer better facilities for the money. Had this place been £20 a night cheaper I would have said it was great value. As it was I felt it was a little over priced for what you get.
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