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Digbeth Street, Stow-on-the-Wold GL54 1BN England
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#10 of 22 B&Bs / Inns in Stow-on-the-Wold
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Public House. Dining. Luxury rooms. Steeped in history, The Porch House is thought to be the oldest inn in England, with parts of the building dating back to 947 AD.
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Paid public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
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Historic Hotel
Centrally Located
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English
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SusiePie66 wrote a review Sep 2020
Hebden Bridge, United Kingdom29 contributions15 helpful votes
Popped into the Porch House for lunch, staff were super friendly and both ordered the roast chicken lunch. The meal was faultless - and I am fussy (ask my kids). Chicken was cooked perfectly and super moist and served with bread sauces. Stuffing ball was so delicious - I could have eaten 4. Beautifully cooked carrots, green beans, roast potatoes and parsnips and the hugest homemade Yorkshire pudding you have ever seen with lashings of tasty gravy. Everything was perfect, and the service too. I know how hard it is to get all the components in a roast dinner right and at the right temperature but this ticked all my boxes and was well worth the £16.50.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Noahsmithe wrote a review Sep 2020
2 contributions3 helpful votes
We spent three nights in this quaint old inn and could not fault our stay .All the staff are very helpful especially the young girl who does breakfast times and also served us in the restaurant on our first night , she is an asset to the place and has a sunny smile for everybody each morning and very helpful to . Our room (9) was superb with a free standing bath at one end of the large room which was immaculately clean and had everything you needed,the decor was in keeping with the theme of an old world inn/ hotel that it is .All in all. we had a great time in a lovely place and would recommend anyone reading this to book .see you next year .
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Date of stay: September 2020
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David M wrote a review Sep 2020
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Generally excellent service and good food (outstanding breakfast)...we had a standard room which was very small but comfortable ..overall v pleasant stay in a historic old pub despite the Covid restrictions
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Date of stay: September 2020
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dfd298 wrote a review Sep 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom8 contributions2 helpful votes
Stayed overnight to break up a return journey from Cornwall. Though our bed was comfortable, the room was small. There was a high shelf in the wardrobe, but otherwise no where to put any luggage / clothes - no drawers, no bedside tables etc, not even a hook to hang a jacket - no need to unpack!. We showered on arrival, but there was no way of drying our towels - there was no way to switch on the radiators. In the morning we considered phoning reception to ask for fresh towels - but there is no phone in the room. The toilet / shower was small - unable to enter the shower without opening the bathroom door, unable to sit properly on the toilet as it is "shoe horned" between the sink and the cold radiator. Our room (no 10) was next to a courtyard area - twice at night I had to
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Adam Highwood wrote a review Sep 2020
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It’s not often I leave reviews but in this instance I can’t thank the staff at the Porch House enough! From the moment we arrived we were made to feel very welcome, the decor and presentation of the hotel is fantastic and you feel like you’ve gone back in time! We stayed initially in a standard double which is clean and well presented however we upgraded to the superior double room as we’d just got engaged and WOW what a difference! Beds are extremely comfortable! The food is fantastic, especially they’re full English breakfast, which wasn’t greasy or overloaded and only the finest ingredients used! In summary I’d have to say that every member of staff I encountered was very pleasant and nothing was too much trouble and for a couple that had just got engaged, made it extra
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Date of stay: September 2020
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PRICE RANGE
$116 - $194 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
The Royalist Hotel
LOCATION
United KingdomEnglandCotswoldsStow-on-the-Wold
NUMBER OF ROOMS
13
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