Set close to the Cotswold Hills, this hotel is a place of calm, a place of luxury and a place where all of the guests can relax. The rooms have been well designed and have a range of modern amenities that include television, telephone and private bathroom. There is antique furniture throughout the property which has been there since the late 19th Century.
Location and reception greeting - good. Room asked for twin bed - it was but very claustrophobic 2 small beds so close it was awkward and the bedside tables were very squashed. Breakfast - rudest waiters I have EVER come across - arrogant and unhelpful. Everytime we asked for Tea and or coffee we asked for the milk to be room temperature of warm - it was ICE cold, ruining our tea and coffee making it horrible and lukewarm. This hotel cannot even manage basics like a hot drink and polite staff, please attend. Thanks