"Disappointing double bed UP AGAINST WALL ONE SIDE!"
Above not perhaps a prob for someone thirty years younger !
One cog of cold tap missing !?
No salt and pepper on any tables at breakfast
No butter .
Asked for salt and pepper when given some , salt didn't run!
Bar Food best of the three hotels we stayed at this break though .!
Staff excellent and I suppose good value , but very disappointed with bed , really good sized room for a single but a bit cramped for a double obviously .
We stayed over night for a wedding Staff were pleasant. Breakfast was excellent. For the price of the room, I think there's better value out there. The room was in need of decoration.
The hotel facilities were basic, clean but outdated.
The drinks are defiantly over priced.
£2.50 for soft drinks,
£6.00 for a glass of wine.
£5 a pint.
I wouldn't want to stay there again for that price.
We (party of two plus dog) stayed for two nights and thoroughly enjoyed our time at the hotel and in the grounds. Minster Lovell is a picture-postcard Cotswold village, complete with hollyhocks and cricket field. The accommodation is immaculate and the grounds are beautifully maintained.
Witney is a beautiful village in its own right, it is also perfectly located for Oxford (40 minute bus ride), Warwick castle, Blenheim palace, Stratford upon avon and more. The Blue Boar is a pub not a hotel but that said the room and amenities were to a hotel standard rather than a B&B. There were 3 of us in the room and it was nice and large and the bed settee was already set up, there was also 3 sets of towels (I usually have to ask for an additional set) tea and coffee making facilities and a mini bar with complimentary water. The breakfast was excellent and added to the great value especially as there were 3 of us. The staff were very friendly and helpful even when I checked out late by mistake!! As it was summer we had the windows open and it was noisy, the pub itself was surprisingly quiet even with live music, however the streets outside were not, including drunken Friday night revellers at 3 in the morning and market stall holders setting up at 6 in the morning. However I would still recommend you stay here
Witney is a small market town on the River Windrush in Oxfordshire. The traditional local industry was making woolen blankets, and examples of this craft can be found in the Witney and District Museum. Children are entertained at the Cogges Manor Farm Museum--a working Victorian farm--and the town makes a good base for exploring the picturesque Cotswold Hills.
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