We had a voucher to eat in the restaurant so otherwise probably wouldn’t have chosen to have gone here.
To be honest, the food was okay. It was tasty and there were some nice things to choose from on the menu. We had good service. We don’t have anything bad to say about the place (although maybe it’s in need of a bit of love and attention in some places) but then again I wouldn’t rave about this place and say it was amazing either. It is okay.
It’s a shame that there weren’t any other people eating in the restaurant when we were there at lunchtime. So there wasn’t really any atmosphere and we were a little forgotten at times.
I wouldn’t go out of my way to eat here. I could’ve lived without going to the restaurant. However if I ever had the pleasure of staying in the hotel I’m sure I wouldn’t have a bad meal here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 3 star hotel offering 69 ensuite rooms in an idyllic 17th Century setting where Jonathan Swift wrote Gulliver's Travels in 1723. Ideal as a base for exploring the Cotswolds region, Stratford Upon Avon, Oxford, Woodstcock & Warwick. 10 minutes from Banbury railway and coach stations, 30 miles (50 km)from Birmingham Airport and easily accessible via Junction 11 of the M40. Features 7 meeting rooms accommodating up to 120 delegates, Swifts & Berkeley Restaurants and Hornton Bar. 24hrs room service and free car parking. ... more less
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