We stayed at this hotel to celebrate our 45th wedding anniversary and because my wife had historic family connections with Stow on the Wold. The staff were very welcoming and helpful. The evening meal was of a very high standard and the room was comfortable. All in all a very enjoyable stay. We appreciated spending a few hours in Stow and visited other Cotswold villages.
in the room called roe the floor boards are loose at the bottom of a very high step. I have informed the manager.
midweek the bar closes early, that meant no night cap after 10 0'clock. the food and staff where very good.
The main building is in very good repair but we were given a room in the Coach House and upon entering the building we found the carpets to be very dirty, badly stained and the walls in need of painting. Our room was huge and the views of the fields at the back spectacular and the bed was enormous and very comfortable. We only had one hand towel and the bin in the bathroom had not been emptied from the previous occupant which was rather unpleasant but this was rectified once reported. We ate our evening meals in the hotel restaurant and were very impressed with the quality of the food and the service. On the whole we enjoyed our stay but to be really picky had we paid full price for the Deluxe room would not have been impressed by the standard of housekeeping, i.e. lack of towels, bin not emptied, hospitality tray not replenished, but for what we paid through Expedia and as we only stayed 2 nights we could live with this.
WearyTraveller from Wiltshire, UK
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Get steeped in history in this neighborhood in the Cotswold Hills surrounded by rolling green countryside. A relaxed stroll through the village reveals houses built in the 17th century with distinctive Cotswold stone from nearby quarries. Confectionaries, gastro-pubs with locally made ale, and galleries open their doors to visitors. Antique stores in this convivial atmosphere intrigue.
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