The hotel is a lovely grand building, we used the facilities and were impressed with them, the leisure centre was lovely and clean and a credit to them. Our stay was slightly disappointing as we were put in the tiniest of rooms with a wall for a view. It was so hot and stuffy, we couldn't get any air in the room, or move around it comfortably! The actual room was clean and tidy, we didn't dine in the restaurant so can't comment on food, we did purchase drinks from the golf club, two single spirits and mixers (£12.25) we were served by very professional staff in the golf terrace and also enjoyed a breakfast baguette there too.
Overall it was a lovely weekend we had, I feel a bit let down with the tiny room which was over the staff smoking/bin/compactor/delivery area, we had two bad nights of sleep because of the noise and heat. I would come back but request a front facing room! The grounds were beautiful and well kept.
The staff are very kind ,polite and helpful .the swimming pool are amazing just you have to walk under the rain to go to the pool they need to do something about it like bridge or any thing to connected the pool from the hotel .the food is ok in the restaurant but it is better in the bar .
Well located pub hotel.Staff are excellent and the room we stayed in was very spacious. However, the bathroom ,although large ,did not have a shower or shower attachment in the bath.
The breakfast was very good and excellent value for money at £5.00 per head!
Shame they do not serve food on a Saturday evening.
Good economy stay in the town.
Booked the House owned by the pub not knowing much about the surrounding area so we were gobsmacked when we arrived at the beauty of the village. The staff at the pub were really friendly and helpful and the village life seems to really revolve around the vibrant pub. We had a few minor issues with the facilities but nevertheless it was all sorted and we had a great stay and would love to go back
Wonderful experience, Ian is a great innkeeper. Interior facilities are clean and modern but the exterior of the building and the surrounding town has the ancient charm you are looking for. It's tough to find but totally worth the trip.
Chipping Norton is a quiet market town in the rolling Cotswold Hills. Peppered with medieval buildings, it makes a convenient base for exploring this picturesque area. The Crown and Cushion hotel was once owned by The Who drummer Keith Moon and a bronze age stone circle, The Rollright Stones, can be found a couple of miles outside town. A market is held every Wednesday.
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