Great place for an overnight stay in the Cotswolds. Good central location. Very comfortable and quirky rooms with interesting features. Ian was very welcoming and keen to help. Breakfast was very good.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
Of all the places we stayed during our recent trip to England, this was one of the most hospitable.
A staff member helped us to park our car and whisked our bags up to our room. The general manager,Ian, greeted us, and took us to a nice patio where we ordered drinks.
We found the staff, especially Ian, to be very friendly and outgoing. Ian was happy to recommend local sites of interest and restaurants. He was also a good source of local history,and just a pleasant conversationalist.
The sitting room and restaurant are decorated nicely, and spotlessly clean. Breakfast is sumptuous: freshly squeezed orange juice, cold cereals and fruit are accompanied by a hot breakfast cooked to order.
The hotel is located on the main thoroughfare of Burford, so traffic noise can be an issue if your room is toward the front of the hotel. Our room was inviting,comfortable,clean, and had a feeling of history from the beautiful exposed beams. It was a treat to have a comfortable king size bed-not something you always get in the Cotswolds.
We stayed in Burford for 1 night only and wish it we'd stayed a lot longer. The room we had (delux four poster) was the nicest room we've had in a hotel and a really special way to spend our 8 year anniversary. The hotel itself is very clean, and the staff are extremely friendly. We enjoyed dinner and breakfast there. The only downside is that our dinner did take a while to arrive (about 45 minutes), but given that it is a very small establishment and we're sure there was probably only 1-2 chefs in the kitchen it was a resonable wait and the meals were rather delicious when they did arrive. If you're looking for a nice little town, with character but enough shops to keep you entertained than Burford is the place to be, and Burford house is the place to stay.
We stayed at this atmospheric and cosy hotel on the Main Street in Burford. When we arrived we were met by the owner who helped us the park the car. Fortunately we could park for free opposite the hotel for as long as we wished. The owner took us up to our room with attractive beams and with a large bed and roomy well- appointed bathroom on the top floor. The bed was extremely comfortable and there were facilities to make coffee or tea together with some homemade cookies. A small point - we were a little surprised that there no tissues provided in the bedroom. Breakfast was served in a tastfully decorated dining room and was delightful. The orange juice was freshly squeezed and the fresh fruit compote tasted delicious. My wife and I both had the smoked haddock with boiled egg that was perfectly cooked. Overall, the room and breakfast could not really be faulted. However, since our room was on the side of the hotel it was extremely noisy with traffic throughout the night (particularly lorries!) even with the windows and shutters closed. We were told at checkout that light sleepers were advised to ask for a back room although we did not have a chance to check the noise levels there. It is a great shame that such a lovely, cosy and friendly hotel is blighted by heavy traffic noise. We might go back but would take earplugs!
A very friendly,comfortable hotel. Set in the heart of Burford an ideal location for exploring the town. The hotel has loads of character and the bedrooms are nicely furnished.. The only problem was parking but soon found somewhere close to the hotel when all the shops had closed.
Ive been using the fantastic Burford House Hotel for my morning cuppa for the past couple of weeks. The location, staff & atmosphere are simply amazing. You could not ask for a better start to the day. Ive sat in the stunning gardens & used the garden room for this morning Tea & Toast, the free wifi is very fast & reliable.
You will not be disappointed with any visit to the Hotel