Ratings based on 51 Verified Reviews

3.8 out of 5
68% of guests recommend
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
4 out of 5
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 30-Sep-2017 on Hotels
4 out of 5
by David

Dog friendly pub

Posted 30-Aug-2017 on Hotels
Extremely central pub in Stow, brilliantly positioned for all shops and restaurants. They upgraded us to a room that overlooked the square which was very nice but quite noisy with beer deliveries etc in the morning, due to the single glazed windows. The room was clean overall but smelled a bit doggy by the front door. The staff in general were friendly, one or two very much so, but one lady was fairly rude to us on both mornings at breakfast. We were made to feel most uncomfortable. There wasn’t a great deal of choice for breakfast (only one option if you don’t like fish) and quality was variable; on one morning it was delicious (clearly scrambled eggs made with butter - yum!) but on the next day was poor. Overall we had a lovely stay and would recommend the pub, as long as expectations are not too high.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveller

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 24-Aug-2017 on Hotels
2 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Taunton UK

White Heart Hotel Stow , convenient location ,

Posted 24-Jul-2017
Pros: Only the location
Cons: Almost all of the Hotel needs a good redecoration and some upgrading of furniture
Location: Location good ,plenty of good Cotswold places of interest within 20 miles , Bourton On Water , Slaughters , Snowshill , Broadway , Moreton In Marsh.
Convenient , but not much else going for it . There was no drawer space in the room , no chair to sit on . the plus of the room was the cleanliness and the bathroom facilities . The whole place could do with painting and the car parking space was very poor . the dining room was a mishmash of what might well have been second hand furniture with leather chairs well past their sell by date As value for money Travel Lodge or Premier Inn would have been far better value .
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from high wycombe

Central location, friendly staff.

Posted 15-Jul-2017
Àccomodation was central to stow. Many stairs to rooms so not suitable for some. Our room buck was small but had what we required. Had a problem with the sloping floor as the bed also sloped to one side and I nearly rolled out of bed during the night several times. Breakfast was good as was freshly cooked , although my bacon was overcooked and the chips from lunch we're old potatoes which tasted sweet and burnt which spoiled the meals. Would try somewhere different as plenty to choose in the area if we were to return
4 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Good base for exploring the Cotswolds

Posted 25-Jun-2017
Pros: Very convenient to the bus, which was important for us since we were traveling without a car. Good food, friendly staff.
Cons: Not sure it's in the cards, but air-conditioning would have been very welcome. We made do with strategic management of windows, shades, and fans and w
Location: We really enjoyed the walks around Stow, the Batsford Arboretum and the Cotswold Falconry Centre.
We stayed during an unusually hot week in June. The room we had reserved was charming but much too warm because it got full sun all afternoon and well into the evening. We were fortunate to be there at a time when there were vacancies, so I think the hotel was quite happy to move us to a more expensive room at the back of the hotel that got much less direct sun. This room was much more comfortable. The bed was great, and so was the shower. Towels are not changed daily, but this wasn't a problem for us. Our first meal in Stow was lunch at the White Hart, which we really enjoyed. The staff were friendly and helpful.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Sydney Australia

Excelkent location , very friendly helpful staff.

Posted 18-Sep-2016 on Wotif
Actually stayed in Hart Lodge next door as the recently purchased & refurbished Yourh Hostel had twin bed rooms. White Hart Inn only had singles or doubles. Excellent breakfast next doo in White Hart Inn.
5 out of 5
by christopher from Peterborough


Posted 11-Aug-2016 on Hotels
Amazing staff, room was comfortable and of a good size. The double size bath was a great touch. The food was the highlight. All fresh, local and cooked by a chef that really understands flavour. The best short stay we have had.
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveller from Chippenham

Nice Cotswold Town Hotel

Posted 04-Aug-2016
Pros: Room, facilities, food, staff, cleanliness, character.
Cons: Flexibility to provide an early breakfast for those that need it.
Location: Lovely town. Cotswolds. Steam railway.
Wanted a hotel close to where I was working (Winchcombe), so booked the White Hart IN Winchcombe. Confirmation came through for White Hart Inn in Stow-on-the Wold! Unable to change booking, so had to go with it and accept the additional commute. I was very impressed with the hotel, nice atmosphere, lovely staff, good food, clean and comfortable with some lovely character and quirkiness to make it special. Only negative aspect came when trying to arrange an early breakfast (earlier due to additional distance to my work). Hotel UNABLE to provide anything before 08:30 (and I had to be at work 30 mins away at 08:00!) even on a weekday. On Saturday morning I had to let myself out as there were no staff about at all. Other than that, everything else was fine. Very impressed with room and facilities.
4 out of 5
for Other
by A verified traveller

Great for the Cheltenham Festival

Posted 19-Mar-2016
Pros: Pretty much everything within the parameters outlined above
Location: Stow is the quintessential Cotswold Market town. Very pretty, lots of good eateries, if somewhat expensive.
If you're a single person attending the Cheltenham Festival and want to get out of the madness of the town during that week, then Stow-On-The-Wold and The White Hart has plenty to recommend it. I say 'single person' since my room (Fallow) was very small, which is no criticism - it was fine for me, but would not be for a couple. The hotel has character, serves a decent pint, had plenty of other racing folk staying (good for a chinwag with) and the staff are pleasant too. Breakfast was plentiful, the Racing Post was sat outside my foor from 7 a.m every morning - job done!