Located in Chipping Campden in the Costwolds region, Badgers Hall B&B is set in a Grade-II listed building dating back to the 15-th century. It offers a garden, free WiFi and free public parking is available nearby. Featuring wooden exposed beams, each room comes with a TV with DVD player, tea and coffee making facilities and an en-suite bathroom with shower and hairdryer. Every morning, a full English breakfast is served at the property. Local activities include walking along the Costwold Way, one hundred miles to Bath, starting in Chipping Campden. Local attractions include the Broadway Tower, 4 miles away and Broadway Golf Course, 2.6 miles away.
Pros: Super location on the High Street of this beautiful historic town, parking was free and easily accessible. Our room was excellent, well equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, biscuits and bottled water all included. Comfortable beds and modern spotlessly clean bathrooms. Superb breakfast, Karen's breakfast trifle a triumph! In fact breakfast choice was as good as most four star hotels. Owners Karen and Paul were lovely hosts, friendly and extremely helpful and informative. We loved Bertie the dog too! We will definitely visit again and highly recommend.
Cons: I have no comment here as we thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
Pros: Karen and Paul were fantastic hosts and made us feel very at home.
Pros: Everything was fantastic, hosts were amazing, food excellent, and room was beautiful.
With a stay at Arrow Mill in Alcester, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Ragley Hall. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Been here before because this is an excellent hotel and location.
Cons: On arriving on New Years Day we were informed that they were not serving food after 17.00 hours. A simple email, phone call would have helped so we could have made alternative arrangements. Having to eat a McDonalds kind of took the edge of what was a special occasion for my wife and I.
Pros: Great choice for breakfast. Good residents lounge. Dinner, ample portions, well cooked.
Cons: Bedroom 2, above bar area too noisy. Late night clean down disrupted sleep. Bar service was not as quick as it should have been.
Pros: The accommodation, the staff, the food & all the little extra touches were absolutely spot on! There was nothing to fault. We will definitely be back & would highly recommend this fabulous place to everyone.
Cons: Rooms a bit too warm
Pros: The location is very nice and quiet, resident room was very special in a busy pub enviroment. The hotel is very well maintained.
Cons: The Communication between Staff and Customer was poor, the food was nice but the availabilty was limited and the staff had not been informed, getting serviced at the bar was inconsistant some times you seemed to be ignored. hotel room was not serviced each day
Pros: Set in a lovely location on the river,beautiful decor throughout,immaculate! We stayed for 50th and 18th birthday parties last night,the party room was fab,food was lovely and then our bedroom was WOW! We even had our own terrace,great treat! Breakfast was fab too,all staff friendly and attentive will definitely go back!
Cons: We had to leave
Pros: I quick book some special deluxe apartment for birthday celebration and I’m so happy deciding choice the Arrow Mill. Everything it was amazing , room is fantastic and food is very delicious. Staff is very friendly and helpful. I ask the Boss for a candle to dessert and there is not problem. I am pleasantly surprised by the high level of competition. All staff is brilliant!
Cons: All is the best I fully recommend and definitely I back again!
Pros: The resident's lounge with a selection of drinks and snacks was a fantastic touch and much appreciated!
Cons: Most of the staff were exemplary, however one rather stressed individual was less so. Of course they weren't to know but my wife and I were celebrating our 35th wedding anniversary and our reception when we went down to our prebooked reservation did rather take the shine off things, in direct contrast to the previous evening which was excellent despite them being much, much busier.
Pros: It looks impressive when arriving up the drive
Cons: The attitude of the owner was appalling...and I mean appalling. it was like checking into a squalid b&b in some seedy backstreet where the room key is literally thrown at you. serious attitude problem. Checking out was like the Marie Celeste...nobody whatsoever to be found in the reception, bar or restaurant. Mattress in room wafer thin.
Pros: The mill has plenty of character, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Ideally located for Ragley Hall.
Cons: A little difficult to get to without a car.
Pros: The only let down we felt no tea or coffee in the room. But great breakfast
Pros: superb location great service good restaurant.fantastic views over the mill
Cons: The flies in the bar but this time of year difficult to control.
Pros: Very friendly, helpful staff. It's agreat location and the bar food was very good and good value for money
Cons: My room was quite small, very dusty and there was no kettle/ tea/ coffee facilities. The curtains collapsed on me when I tried to pull them. Very poor at £70 a night I think.
Pros: The location
Pros: Liked the location and the hotel itself was lovely
Cons: There were no tea or coffee making facilities in the room and there was no shower, only a bath in the ensuite.
Pros: Fantastic setting great staff and superb breakfast
Pros: Beautifull setting and surroundings. Also the building had great charactor
Cons: Unable to open windows as they were fixed, and due to staying on the hottest weekend of the year, the room was exceedingly hot.
Pros: Beautifull location extensive grounds river view
This elegant Georgian house is set within the pretty riverside village of Bidford on Avon, just a few miles from Shakepeare's Stratford-upon-Avon. The property is easily accessible from the M5, M40/42 motorways, with the NEC and Birmingham airport only a 25-minute drive away. Bidford has a wide selection of restaurants and pubs to choose from. Fosbroke House has a patio area and gardens to enjoy in fine weather. The B&B also has private off road parking.
Pros: Attractive cottage. Nice gardens. Thoughtful that there were teabags and milk.
Cons: Lounge furniture uncomfortable and not enough seating for all five of us. Beds were very hard. What we think was the owner passed us in the garden but would not have said hello if we didn't first.
Pros: Lovely old house, decorated beautifully, extremely clean and very comfortable. Good selection of teas and coffees also water and biscuits!!! Lovely tasty breakfast and great host!!!
Cons: Everything was perfect!!
Pros: Nothing too much trouble. Excellent accommodation.
Pros: Really comfortable room excellent breakfast
Pros: Everything was clean, the hottage is nice and confortable.
Cons: The shower is old.
Cons: The cottage slept 5 but only seating for 4 in the lounge area.
Located in Alcester, Broom Hall Inn is within a 15-minute drive of Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Royal Shakespeare Theatre. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: All in all everything was most acceptable. Very clean and comfortable. The staff were very friendly an efficient. I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel to any traveller or person seeking good food and a comfortable stay.
Cons: I accept that it is a very old building, and the stairs could be difficult for elderly or infirm people. This is solely an observation and not a complaint. Toast was not offered at breakfast, and there were no facilities to have made it. That said, I did not ask for any. The shower in room 5 is difficult to use and the handset very loose. It could benefit from an overhaul. These are not major issues, and I ask you to accept them as nit-picking rather than complaints
Pros: Single room was fine, small, comfortable, cosy. Restaurant and bar downstairs. Ample parking.
Cons: I did not expect the location, which popped up in a Stratford upon Avon search, to be 10 miles outside of town. Neither did I like the lack of reception or welcome area. I had to walk into a busy restaurant on a Friday night to get checked in by a waitress. Likewise Saturday morning there was only a chef, a waitress and a cleaner about so after breakfast, checking out was a matter of locating the waitress as they hadn't opted to take my payment until then. Also, the bathroom pipes made a loud noise whenever I used water either in the basin, shower or toilet which wasn't pleasant for me or likely the neighbouring rooms when I had an early shower. Overall the room was cosy and it was nice to know there was a restaurant downstairs if needed, but if you're looking for somewhere central this place is not it.
Pros: Nice breakfast. Good shower. Bathroom a bit small.
Pros: Warm welcoming atmosphere, exceptional food and service and lovely staff who couldn’t do enough for us throughout our stay
Pros: Nice, helpful staff, good food, wine and beer.
Cons: An information pack, about the hotel would be useful. The plumbing is modern but rather noisy and intrusive.
Pros: Really helpful friendly staff, good service very good food, great value. Everywhere very clean and tidy.
Cons: If I am being slightly picky, my bed wasn't as comfortable as I would have liked
Pros: Nice location
Cons: Waiting to get served at the bar couldn’t get there
Set in the heart of Chipping Campden with two acres of landscaped townhouse gardens behind it, Cotswold House Hotel & Spa blends traditional Regency architecture with contemporary design and superb comfort. Our specialty is peace and quiet, in the idyllic surroundings of our Cotswold garden our Spa offers a hydrotherapy pool, hammam and restorative and reviving treatments given to you by our expert, caring team, We have twenty-eight bedrooms and suites some with private gardens and hot tubs, limestone baths and mood lighting, Part of the Cotswold House experience is the fine cuisine delivered by an excellent kitchen team. In the hotel's restaurant, guests and non-residents can enjoy beautifully executed dishes created using the freshest ingredients. Morning coffee, teas and light lunches are served on the terrace in summer, surrounded by colorful borders, and traditional afternoon tea is a must by the roaring log fire in the winter months.
Cons: Hearing noises on street and creaking hotel floors
Pros: Had an awesome break, lovely food, beautiful location, beautiful hotel. Hope we can go back again soon. The girls in the spa really made our stay. Helpful, welcoming and fun. The facial and massage were amazing. Thank you Suzanne, Carol and Janet for making us feel so special.
Cons: Can find anything to complain about...
Pros: Staff were extremely friendly and helpful.
Pros: Fantastic location central in Chipping Campden amazing facilities and cosy bistro.
Pros: Building was beautiful and very welcoming and the staff were also so welcoming and friendly. Will definitely be visiting again.
Pros: Cotswold House is in a gorgeous location, quiet and peaceful, friendly staff and a fabulous breakfast in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds.
Cons: Everything was perfect!
Pros: Breakfast was good, wide selection of squashes, fruit etc, and the staff were helpful. The food was excellent, well cooked and presented. The spa was excellent and the staff were great - the back massage and facial exceeded my hopes!
Cons: Noise from the road and some of the other guests were noisy.
Located in Chipping Campden, Classic Lodges - Charingworth Manor is in a rural location, within a 10-minute drive of St Eadburgha's Church and Chipping Campden Church of St James. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Wonderful hotel, beatiful location and exceptional staff
Pros: The room and the hot tub was fantastic. spa facilities where very good with unlimited access unlike others hotels we have stayed in. The dinner and breakfast we could not fault.
Cons: What let our stay down was the restaurant, it has no atmosphere which you would expect from an historical building it felt like i could have been sat in someones dining room.
Pros: The setting was lovely
Cons: Our room was not good. Bed was small and the room was next to a boiler room which was noisy all night
Pros: Location was set in a beautiful part of the Cotswolds with great views. A fantastic place to escape for a few days. Staff all very helpful and friendly.
Cons: Very minor problem but shower was slightly cold in morning due to hotel being fully booked and a lot in use - not really an issue as the hotel was great on the whole.
Pros: With 3 young children we needed a family room that can accommodate the five of us either in connecting rooms or in one big space which is a difficult find! We wanted to stay in the Cotswolds as well so search filter for ‘no. of adults’ made it easy to find this absolute gem hotel at short notice The beauty of Charingworth Manor was a real bonus however the pool facilities and service from the staff were second to none! They were great with our kids and really helpful
Pros: Cristina the waiter was very professional and friendly.
With a stay at The Throckmorton in Alcester, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Coughton Court. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: Bar was supposed to be open until 11 but went down for a lemonade at 10 and was locked out. Room was freezing and heating wouldn’t work. Window was loud and draughty. Poor attention from staff.
Pros: The location is excellent, on the main road. The room was very comfortable and had everything we needed. The meals were excellent, the staff obliging, and the Throckmorton is all in all a very good place to stay.
Cons: The bar closes early, 10.30 pm when we were there, not a problem for us but not a place to stay if you want to stay up late.
Pros: It was really a very nice place. Amazing breakfast, lovely view from my window. The only con is that it's a bit remote, suited me for what I needed though. As long as you have a car or love some adventure on your bike you'll love it.
Pros: I thought that the Throckmorton had a really welcome atmosphere and the staff were very helpful, nothing was too much trouble. Breakfast was excellent and we were able to order virtually anything we wanted.
Cons: The only thing was the heating didn't seem to come on in the morning although I wasn't cold at all during the night and slept well. And not sure how to turn the heated towel rail on.
Pros: The breakfast was good , as was dinner . You do need to book as the Throckmorton is very busy. The location to Alcester is very good. Alcester is a lovely little town to visit with some very individual shops
Cons: The Throckmorton was very busy and they needed a couple of extra bar staff and serving staff. The booking.com map is misleading as the Throckmorton is actually on the main road. A little frustrating to find in the dark.
Pros: It was clean, extremely comfortable and perfect for my needs! The staff were brilliant, extremely friendly and welcoming.. and a special mention for Mae ( hope I spelt that right) in the restaurant!! .. she is a workoholic.. her eyes and ears never rest !! Fantastic service .. give her a pay rise
Cons: Nothing !
Pros: Have stayed at the property before, it is always clean and well looked after - staff are always friendly and the rooms are a good size. Breakfast is always great, wouldn’t stay anywhere else when visiting the area for either work or pleasure.
With a stay at The Stag in Alcester, you'll be a 5-minute drive from Anne Hathaway's Cottage and 7 minutes from Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Easy to locate. Big car park. The staff were lovely and even the man fixing the guttering the following morning was cheerful ( he had no idea we were staying in the room and had blocked us in with his ladder!)
Cons: Nothing really. The property is old and our room needed a little tlc but the bed was fabulously comfortable and we were thought the staff were great.
Pros: Beautiful building, well run with friendly staff!
Pros: Friendly staff and clean room
Pros: This is either the third or second time of using this hotel/Inn we use it as a stop off point on our way down to our Sons home in Southsea
Pros: Bed comfortable, Staff attentive lovely warm atmosphere in the bar/restaurant.
Cons: We didn't like the Food in the evening we had fish and chips . It was awful ! Too greasy. The chips too over cooked on judgement I think the cheif had tripple fried them ,but on frozen chips its not the same. The meal left an after taste(we only ate half) of a greasy cafe laying heavy in our stomach. On a positive note I will never order fish and chips in a pub restaurant again its put me right off! so less calorie intake. The breakfast... had lovely bacon, good coffee a great selection of cereal and juices and beautiful scrambled egg. The let down was the over cooked sausage and hash brown the black pudding and mushrooms undercooked which was a real shame the products cooked properly would have made a fab breakfast. Over all we would return if in the area again but would read reviews to see what the chiefs speciality is.
Pros: Excellent choice of vegetarian food
Cons: The price of Sauvignon blanc .... although it was on a par with our local hotel / bar / restaurant
Pros: The food was excellent and the staff very helpful and polite.
Cons: the room could have done with updating, but it was very clean and everthing was there that made your stay very good
Pros: The whole experience o
Cons: Nothing to complain about
Pros: Our room was a beautifully appointed large room with large double (queen) sized bed downstairs and an upstairs section containing two single beds and a bathroom.
Cons: Not sure what the other rooms in the property are like however, the bathroom was large and well appointed had a lovely claw foot tub and hand-held shower. The one draw back was that bath was tucked under the sloping side of ceiling so you couldn’t stand and wash yourself, you either had to have a bath (not practical with 3 adults needing a morning wash) or sit/kneel in the bath to have a hand-held shower and it was very awkward. It would be worthwhile checking with the property what the bathing facilities are in your room if you have mobility or physical limitations.
Pros: Easy going. Excellent
Cons: No bath
Pros: I like the decoration style including accommodation and location.
Home of the world-famous Pudding Club. Three Ways House Hotel, BW Signature Collection is a delightfully quirky base on the northern fringes of the Cotswolds. It’s in the charming village of Mickleton, just a 15-minute drive from Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford-upon-Avon. Known as the home of the Pudding Club since 1985, we’re devoted to traditional British puddings. On the daily menu is syrup sponge, chocolate or sticky toffee and date – or you can try a taster of all three! Guests are welcome to attend Pudding Club meetings and revel in the parade of seven sweet treats. If you happen to overindulge, you can easily work off those extra calories, as the area is home to mile upon mile of walking and cycling routes. All of our 48 individually-styled rooms come with free Wi-Fi, TV and radio, tea and coffee-making facilities and a shower and/or bath. Some of our top-floor superior rooms are air conditioned and, as you might expect, we also have unique pudding-themed rooms. Dogs are welcome at the hotel and can stay with you in one of our ground-floor rooms with private patio garden. There’s lots to see and do in the local area. The picturesque gardens at Hidcote Manor and Kiftsgate Court are within 2 miles of the hotel, while the historic market town of Chipping Campden is a 10-minute drive away.
Pros: Reception staff wonderfully helpful and friendly. Beautiful old building, our superior room was very spacious and comfortable. Breakfast lovely.
Pros: Comfortable and welcoming. Lovely staff Beautiful location Lovely food, especially the puddings
Pros: loved the biscuits in the room :)
Pros: My 2nd time staying at this Hotel and as before it was lovely, room clean and comfortable ,tea tray and toiletries on offer are good,staff very obliging and friendly, Breakfast was lovely plenty to choose from, will definitely book in again when in the area
Pros: Lovely location, pleasant staff.
Cons: Little dated although by its nature it is an old building with character but bathroom could be better. It was also VERY warm and I would avoid in height of summer.
Cons: Sound proofing not great could hear snoring from next door
Pros: The comfortable rooms and the friendly staff
With a stay at Kings Court Hotel in Alcester, you'll be in the historical district, within a 15-minute drive of Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Coughton Court. Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Planning an event in Alcester? This hotel has facilities measuring 1076 square feet (100 square meters), including a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Easy access from the front door making it easy to walk my dog also reception staff very friendly and helpful
Cons: Bar staff are a bit rude like they haven't got any time for you
Pros: we have been there quite a few times.we find it a very good place to stay.very comfortable
Cons: need a better toaster
Pros: Staff on the reception were friendly and helpful. All the meals were really good along with the service.
Cons: Nothing really.
Pros: Arrived to a friendly welcome and on first impressions the hotel was pleasing, clean and generally looked great. Given a second floor premium hotel room which was clean, spacious with a large comfy bed.
Cons: Had nothing we didn't like other than no lift up the stairs with the suitcases was a little difficult.
Pros: Having stayed before we chose the hotel for convenience and comfort and were not disappointed. Comfy beds, excellent breakfast.
The Kings Hotel is a charming 18th century town house boasting distinctive and stylish accommodation. Sympathetic and careful renovation means you can enjoy all the modern day comforts you need, yet still soak up the character and history of a Cotswold stone building. Nestled in the heart of picturesque Chipping Campden, with our own private carpark, this is the perfect location to experience the beauty of the Cotswolds.
Pros: Location and friendly staff
Cons: The bathroom
Pros: The position is excellent
Cons: Very tired looking
Pros: Always so inviting helpful and a wonderful location
Pros: Nice surroundings, good little touches in the room.
Pros: A small boutique hotel in the centre of the lovely Cotswolds town of Chipping Campden. We booked for a birthday treat. Room comfy, food fabulous.
Pros: Location and friendly staff. Nice cookies left in room
Cons: Some areas in need of some tlc, carpet worn on stairs. Bathroom had black area by shower and sink plug did not retain water. Bed not very comfortable and step down to bathroom not good to navigate during night.
Pros: Cosmetic charm, location & polite staff.
Cons: The staff in the main only spoke when spoken to and had more about them than to be silent.
Pros: We loved the location on the high street in the centre of Chipping Campden; we liked the size and layout of our room; the spacious bath, the dining room, off road parking and the friendly welcome and very helpful staff. Very nice breakfast.
Cons: The bed was a little uncomfortable and my wife found the bedroom a little too warm. One of the cushions on the bed appeared dirty.
When you stay at The Blue Boar in Alcester, you'll be in the historical district, within a 15-minute drive of Anne Hathaway's Cottage and Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Friendly atmosphere, beautiful interior decoration for Xmas , very rustic, 35 ft well in bar area ! . Excellent staff particularly waiter at breakfast on Sunday morning.
Cons: Heat in room noise from road otherwise excellent .
Pros: Big bedroom and comfortable bed
Cons: Disappointing breakfast. Only simple full English available, no veggie options.
Pros: Staff were excellent and very accommodating. We broke down on motorway and arrived after 10pm. They took food order on phone and had it ready when we arrived. We stayed in room after normal checkout and while we waited to be towed home couldn’t do enough to make us feel comfortable. Highly recommend
Pros: Lovely country pub, friendly staff and breakfast was included
Pros: Fabulous place loved the history and the food was exceptional had a family room so plenty of space it's in a beautiful location with a lovely comfy bed
Cons: Steep stairs. Difficult with cases
Pros: The rooms were lovely, the pub was popular and had a great atmosphere. The food was good pub style.
Cons: The beds were very hard so my son and I didn't sleep at all well but the other 3 didn’t mind and slept well. Perhaps invest in some quality mattress toppers?
Pros: E exceptional value. Terrific breakfast. A gem.
Cons: TV remote needed new batteries I think. Or needs replacing. No real issue though.
Our 28 bedrooms combine antique with stylish and simple decoration, each one is different including our unique 1657 Four Poster room with its magnificently carved seventeenth century bed. Downstairs the hotel's Regency portico leads into a grand stone hall with antique furniture standing on the flagstone floors. The sun terrace is the perfect location for lazy summer days and our log fires the perfect antidote for cold wintery evenings, whilst our coffee shop serving hot drinks and homemade cakes throughout the day, provides the perfect place to relax. in the Dining Room the food is traditional, prepared from only the best of local produce. The Dovers Bar menu comprises of many much-loved English dishes with the occasional international influences.
Pros: Stay was really nice, restaurant and bar were very accommodating as we had our dog with us.
Cons: Only issue we had was the room was on the road side so was very noisy with people leaving surrounding pubs.
Pros: The four poster bedroom was wonderful, the bed fluffy and quirkily high up, the bath deep and quick to run.
Cons: The breakfast was good, but not amazing.
Pros: Friendly atmosphere. Relaxing
Cons: The outside noise at night . We stayed in room 1, was very noisy as we we above the entrance. Also the room above us we could here every thing .
Pros: Afternoon coffee and cakes superb - bar great - restraunt food excellent staff very nice
Cons: We liked everything
Pros: Good choice
Pros: We loved the location, and the coffee bar and restaurant were fabulous too! Great coffee and great food! we had 2 lunches there and really enjoyed it.
Pros: A beautiful hotel in a great location. The food was delicious and the fire in the bar made the evenings really cosy. Great for dogs too.
Cons: We were slightly late for breakfast one morning and got a bit of attitude from the staff. Thin walls and being an old property it had very creaky floorboards so didn’t get the best nights sleep.
Located in Chipping Campden, Volunteer Inn is within a 5-minute drive of Chipping Campden Church of St James and Dover's Hill.
Pros: Perfect location with a lovely breakfast and cute pub attached. A good Indian food restaurant on premises. Staff is helpful and friendly. Perfect place to base for the Cotswolds Walk and venturing into other villages.
Cons: The room gets chilly during the day. Heat gets turned on at 3:15 pm, it’s fine after that. If you ask the staff, they will boost the heat for you before 3:15, but it takes awhile to warm up.
Pros: Everything needed for a comfortable sray is right here
Cons: Long menu many months staying would be needed to try all the dishes
Pros: Location was great and parking easy to find. The English breakfast was ok and filled its purpose. The room was just spacious.
Cons: The room was very basic for 100/night (booked 4 months in advance). 1°C degree outside and the main heating in the room did not function(only the toilet heating worked). Arrive late at 23:00 and the room was frozen cold. Reception is actually a pub and is loud at night .
Pros: The staff were friendly. The food was very nice. The room and facilities were adequate for our 1 night stay. We would use the pub again for a short stay in the beautiful Chipping Campden.
Cons: The pub noise was a little loud but it was a Saturday night! Fortunately our room was to the back of the pub so the noise wasn't an issue.
Pros: The warmth / heating.
Cons: Not having a private bathroom.
Pros: A very nice room, clean and tidy. The bathroom was a shared one, but I was the only guest using it. The bathroom was also clean, good shower and spacious.
Cons: It was a very busy night in the pub, so I had to wait for a while before I could be taken up my room. It was not a problem at all for me, but that is the only "negative" I could think of.
Pros: Clean, spacious, great location, very good breakfast. Very friendly staff. No complaints. Very impressed.
Pros: Very comfortable and clean room with excellent power shower. Decent value for what was a quick overnight stay after a wedding party. The pub bar was lively and welcoming.
Cons: Slightly quirky, it's a pub with rooms, service at breakfast was a bit surly and the it's only a short serving window (8am to 9.30am) and served in the adjoining Indian restaurant.
Located in Chipping Campden, Red Lion Inn is within a 5-minute drive of Chipping Campden Church of St James and Dover's Hill. Planning an event in Chipping Campden? This inn features 517 square feet (48 square meters) of event facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.