This is an excellent location for seeing the Cotswolds. The hotel is set in lovely grounds and everywhere was green and lush. The staff were all very friendly and welcoming which was nice. We had Dinner in the Restaurant the dishes were beautifully presented and to a gourmet standard well done to the chef. The only downside food wise were the scones we had with the cream tea. They were quite large and probably because of this were under cooked, doughy and wet underneath. The room we were in was a good size but very shabby. There were NO bedside lights just wall lights halfway up the wall consequently reading in bed was not easy because the lighting was so dim. The headboards were very loose and creaked and groaned loudly when you moved about which made for somewhat disturbed sleep. The bathroom had a towel rail that was pulling out of the wall and at one point fell off towels and all. The rooms were spotlessly clean. A note on the garden there is an awful lot of bindweed which is smothering and killing the shrubs around the building especially the back. This is such a shame as establishing a good garden does take time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Mill House Hotel is one of the last independent family owned hotels in the Cotswolds. Nestling in 10 acres of lawned gardens this converted flour mill is steeped in history dating back to the Domesday Book of 1086. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mill House Hotel And Restaurant
- Mill Hotel Kingham