This is my second visit, although the last one, a year ago, was very good lots of the staff didn't understand English , which was a problem when ordering food or enquiring about something. This time the staff were fluent in English, very friendly and helpful and couldn't do more. Breakfast were good and so was the one evening meal we had in the bar. Would defiantly visit again.
We had spent a couple days in the Cotswolds, and were heading down to Oxford, looking for an overnight stay somewhere in between Stow on the Wold and Oxford. This little Inn was a pleasant surprise. The building is old (so the floors and ceiling are a little uneven), but the room and ensuite were large and recently renovated. The staff in the pub/restaurant were great and the pub seemed like fun, so we ending up spending our whole evening in the pub, had great dinner and dessert.
Traveller from Halifax, NS, Canada
The Bell Hotel is a vibrant, stylish 18th century hotel in the heart of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. Situated in the centre of …More
I stayed in this hotel for 12 nights while visiting family in the area. When I first arrived they put me in a room on the top floor with a lot of stairs to climb up with my luggage. There was no lift and I was not offered help with my luggage. After my brother complained to them that this was hard for a lady in her 70's, they moved me to another room on the 2nd floor which meant less stairs. Both rooms were very small and had a small armoire and a very small chest of drawers which I found inadequate for a long stay. Also the tray with the electric kettle and coffee supplies, etc. was placed in the front of the tv, so you had to move it to the floor if you wanted to watch tv as there were no other surfaces to place it on. You had to move the kettle anyway to heat it as the only convenient outlet was down the side of the bed which was about a foot from the wall. This was where I had to charge my phone etc. too. On the positive side, the bed was comfortable and they kept the room and the hotel very clean.
Traveller from Chicago
Known as the gateway to the Cotswold, the Crown and Cushion Hotel is situated in Chipping Norton an attractive small town on …More
B&B was a very friendly, comfortable, clean and the food was excellent. The only problem was location. Advertised as Chipping Norton, when it was actually in a very out of the way village called Milton on Wychwood that had no vacilities!
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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