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Visited last week for my birthday,from the moment we arrived we were impressed by the staff and the room was absolutely beautiful and spotless. The only reason I didn’t give five stars is because the room was that hot as the heating was on full...More
From the moment we checked in all of the staff we met until we checkout made us feel so welcome. It has a very warm welcome with a cosy atmosphere. The pub restaurant seems to be very well supported by the locals and hotel visitors...More
good clean place to stay, great food ,wonderful breakfast , compares to other places we have stayed in price ,not too dear to stay,staff very friendly the overall experience was of a positive nature, would stay again
We found the location, the staff and the food excellent.
We were on a Daily Telegraph concessionary break during the end of Feb/beginning of March 2018 severe weather and had to extend our stay by one day.
We were accommodated immediately with no hassle and...More
We were met with friendly staff who arranged our pre-meal drinks and showed us to our table. The dining room was warm and inviting, the service was good, we had the table that we had requested and the waiters were very attentive.
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Sorry, didn't pick up your question at the time. I wouldn't really choose Shipston as a town for immediate access to true Cotswold walks. It's on the edge of the area, so car trips would be needed to get to anywhere really... More
Sorry, didn't pick up your question at the time. I wouldn't really choose Shipston as a town for immediate access to true Cotswold walks. It's on the edge of the area, so car trips would be needed to get to anywhere really interesting.