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Three Ways House Hotel
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

Having placed two conference at this hotel in the last 12 months - would recommend it to anyone. Food and service amazing - only complaint I had was there was too much food and they couldn't do it justice! Considering the second conference was a large group with lots of dietary requirements that says it all. Team were friendly and attentive and made it easy for us to have a great event.

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled on business
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SimonCoombe, Owner at Three Ways House Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded January 31, 2013

It is great to know that your conferences have been so successful. Thank you for taking the time to comment, I will ensure that your thanks are passed on to the staff, we do have a great team working with us. I hope that you will be back soon.
Many thanks
Simon Coombe

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Reviewed January 19, 2013

I was put up in this hotel on a business trip - what a place! I had a "pudding room" - superb! I would go back there as an excellent base to tour the Cotswolds (but I suspect it will be a bit expensive.
Dinner was good, although the beef steak was a little "chewy" - lovely taste though - and my companions had puddings to drool over.
Breakfast was excellent.

Room Tip: Whilst expensive, room 38 (a "pudding room") was excellent. Corner bath as well!
  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled on business
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Reviewed January 12, 2013

Positives:
Easy to find hotel and park.
Friendly staff and room key ready on arrival, despite arriving early
Open fire burning in reception area, giving a warm and cosy atmosphere
Bedroom was clean, tastefully furnished, and very comfortable bed and pillows giving a lovely nights sleep.
Complimentary tea/coffee making facilities in bedroom and toiletries available in bathroom.
There was a hairdryer in one of the draws but no iron/ironing board. However, I’m sure if asked the hotel would have been able to provide one.
Lovely view from bedroom window – Overlooked garden area to right and street with cotswoldly building to the left.
Food was delicious and also participated in a Pudding Club which was fun and novel. If you have a sweet tooth, then this is a real treat not to be missed!
Bar and lounge areas also had an open fire with plenty of different style seating to suit different needs and a well socked bar.
There is a lift at the back of the hotel to bedrooms.
Public toilets clean and tidy with Molton Brown handwash and hand cream in ladies

Negatives:
Tap water in room took a long time to run warm, but never got hot.
Shower had good water pressure and ran hot enough on the hottest setting.
Radiator turned on full but it barely took chill off the bedroom.

Overall a lovely stay and would return.

Room Tip: I stayed in room 42 which was a standard double.
  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled on business
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Reviewed January 2, 2013

Stayed here for a 4 night break over New Year. This is a very good, privately owned hotel where the owners are VERY hands on and it shows in exellent staff and service. The hotel is the home of the Pudding Club so calorie watchers beware! New Year's Eve dinner and dance a tribute to the efforts of all the staff and very enjoyable.

We were walking every day - needed to to counter the overindulgence and the area has a large range of walks for all abilities as well as beautiful villages to visit.

If you want spacious bedrooms and bathrooms then you might be a bit disappointed - compact is the word springing to mind about the bathroom but overall an excellent place to stay.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed January 2, 2013

The hotel has the appearance and feel of a cosy country inn but hidden behind the charming look and feel are a surprisingly large number of bedrooms and the ability to cater for groups as well as individuals. Yet you feel as if you are the only people here, the lounge has a crackling real fire and comfortable sofas, with plenty of board games provided to tempt you to pull up a chair and while away the hours with tea and cake. There is a spacious bar area which I used to catch up on all my e mails using the free wifi - again assisted by tea and cake. The service is warm and friendly and you feel like an individual. The individuality extends to the bedrooms where there are many rooms themed around food. I had the Summer Pudding room so the walls were all painted with berries and vines. There are as many small and special touches as I could think of in the rooms to set this apart from an ordinary hotel - patio doors with quality seats outside and then a jar of tea light candles to light of an evening outside if you wanted, Bose stereo, Molton & Brown toiletries. They really have thought of everything. I am a pretty picky hotel resident but I couldn't find fault here. The food is excellent, not only the famous puddings, but all courses were expertly prepared. I would definitely stay again for a work meeting or a leisure weekend.

  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled on business
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