Need to know
11am; earliest check-in, 3pm. Both are flexible by two hours for £20, subject to availability.
Double rooms from $132.50 (£100), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
Rates include breakfast; choose from a Continental buffet, full English, cooked-to-order and à la carte options.
Become one with the Cotswolds and indulge in a cream tea (with champagne, of course) in the hotel’s bar or gardens.
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout, on-site parking. In rooms: TV, WiFi, homemade flapjacks, free bottled water, tea- and coffee-making facilities and Molton Brown bath products.
Our favourite rooms
All rooms are individually decorated and have pops of vibrant colour. We love the eaves in Jubilee, a cosy top-floor Very Good Room; there’s a separate seating area, too. For light-flooding windows and a relaxing soak, spring for the Dove Excellent Room, which has garden-view windows, a feminine four-poster bed and an impressive roll-top tub in the bathroom.
Bring a book to read by the fireplace, a whimsical picnic basket to take on your country strolls, and a longer-than-average-lead for your furry four-legged friend.
The Cloisters Room is available for private dinners or special celebrations. Arrange anything from a cosy lunch to a formal dinner party.
Pampered pooches can join you in one of the five dog-friendly rooms (three of the Good and two of the Very Good Rooms) for £15 a night, per dog (doggy beds and bowls are included); they’re also welcome in the bar, library and garden. See more pet-friendly hotels in Cotswolds.
Welcome, but there isn’t much space for running around in the quiet communal areas or the guest rooms. Kids can eat in the Close Brasserie until 9pm; there are special menus and chairs for littles.