We had the bedroom with the four poster bed and the most noticeable thing is the very small shower room and toilet concealed in what appears to be a wardrobe. We found this hilarious, but people of greater girth than us or more sophisticated expectations might be a little disappointed. However, unlike Narnia you don't have to go right through it to get there, and it is much easier to come back. This room faces the rear and is very quiet.
The B & B is right on the Cotswold Way so is ideal for walkers as well as those who want something slightly unusual. There is a good lobby in which to de-boot and to leave wet items. Iris and Greg have relaxed attitude to the comings and goings of guests, and seemed also quite relaxed about breakfast times. They are very welcoming and attentive. Breakfast is taken at a communal table and we enjoyed the company of couples from Norway and Switzerland. There is plenty of homemade organic produce to eat; porridge, cereals, bread, croissants, full fry and variations, fruit juice and tea & coffee.
Parking, if you have a car, is on the opposite side of the one-way street, slightly up from the house, but there is a good public bus service through the town so there is no need to drive if you can avoid it. The Falcon Inn just round the corner is a great place to eat in, and there are other places within walking distance too.
- Also Known As:
- St. Anne's Bed And Breakfast Painswick, England