Cotswolds, United Kingdom

The Fish Hotel

Rates per night from$140.63

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (GBP108.33), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Style

Laid-back lodge

Setting

Fab Farncombe Estate

Cotswolds country estates don’t come more charming than The Fish hotel, a clutch of smartly-styled rooms set on 400 rolling acres, two hours from London. Borrow a pair of wellies and roam the glorious grounds. Afterwards, kick back in the inviting bar and rest your feet by the fire. And, if you can help it, don’t miss the traditional family-style Sunday lunch with all the trimmings.

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Facilities

Photos The Fish Hotel facilities

Need to know

Rooms

63, including eight suites.

Check–Out

11am. Earliest check-in, 3pm.

Rates

Double rooms from $140.63 (£108), excluding tax at 20 per cent.

More details

A full breakfast and a Continental buffet is included in the room rate, with cereals, meats, cheeses and cooked-to-order egg dishes.

Also

Feeling competitive? There’s a games room with a pool table and board games. From Monday to Thursday, guests can book spa days at sister property Dormy House (at an extra cost).

At the hotel

Four-hundred-acre grounds, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, work desk, alarm clock, kettle and teas, free bottled water and Temple Spa bath products.

Our favourite rooms

Whether you go for the room with a wood-burning stove or a private patio, you’ll find that the secluded and sprawling Big Suites are aptly named. Hang the 'Gone fishing' sign on the door and settle in.

Packing tips

No need to lug your wellies – the hotel has a whole kick-line of boots available for guests (both big and small) to borrow.

Also

There are two rooms adapted for visitors with mobility issues. The reception area, restaurant and bar are all wheelchair accessible.

Pet‐friendly

Welcome in eight Medium rooms, one Veranda Room, one Small Suites, one Big Suite and one Treehouse for £30 a dog a stay; check availability before booking. Your pup must be at least a year old and will be pampered with a bed, bowls, a towel and treats. See more pet-friendly hotels in Cotswolds.

Children

Welcome. Cots (for children two and under) are free; those aged three and over can stay for £20 a night in either existing or extra beds in Small and Big Suites and Treehouses. Babysitting is available, starting at £15 an hour.

Food and Drink

Photos The Fish Hotel food and drink

Top Table

Cosy up by the wood burning fireplace in the cooler months, and take to the outdoor terrace to soak up the top-of-the-hill views in summer.

Dress Code

Turn up with ruddy cheeks and your finest weekend-in-the-country plaid.

Hotel restaurant

Living up to the hotel's name, Hook is a seafood restaurant headed by Chef Martin Burge. The catch of the day includes dishes such as griddled octopus with chorizo and white beans, and the menu includes many traditional British favourites. The tasty fare is complemented by interior designer, Hannah Lohan’s aux naturale inspired interiors.

Hotel bar

Bright and inviting, the lounge-like bar beckons with a place for everyone – flop on a sofa, snag a stool at the bar, or cuddle by the fire with your expertly mixed gin (pick from 11 distillers) and tonic or local ale. Order small plates, sandwiches and soups off the bar menu from noon to 6pm. The bar is open from 10:30am – 11:30pm.

Last orders

Breakfast is served 7:30am–10:30am; lunch is available noon till 2:30pm; sit down for dinner 7pm–9:30pm.

Room service

A room-service menu of handmade pizzas is available from noon to 10pm.

Location

Photos The Fish Hotel location
Address
The Fish Hotel
Farncombe Estate
Broadway
WR12 7LH
United Kingdom

Planes

Birmingham Airport is the closest and roughly an hour away by car. Bristol Airport is a 90-minute drive from the hotel and London hubs are further afield: London Heathrow is 82 miles away; Gatwick, 117.

Trains

The depot at Moreton-in-Marsh is 20 minutes from the hotel. First Great Western trains (www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk) arrive direct from London Paddington in 90 minutes, Reading in an hour and Oxford in 40 minutes.

Automobiles

The drive from London without traffic is about two hours via the M40 and A40, and there’s free parking onsite.

Worth getting out of bed for

Strewn across 400 rolling country Cotswolds acres, the Fish lures ramblers of all stripes; the hotel has a dedicated boot room (a partnership with the Original Muck Boot Company) waiting when you return. Tramp across verdant fields and in 45 minutes you’ll wind up on the High Street of Broadway Village, lined with antiques shops, boutiques and cafés. And for fragrant souvenirs, make the 10-minute drive to Cotswold Lavender, a fourth-generation family farm that makes oils, soaps, candles and scents. Feeling sporty? Lace up your trainers for one very scenic jog.

Local restaurants

Book ahead for a table at the award-winning Russell’swith modern British cuisine from chef Neil Clark. Ingredients are locally sourced and so fresh that the wild duck comes with a warning: may contain shot. Set on the same estate as the Fish itself, the elegant Garden Room at Dormy House wows with its tasting menu and dishes such as stone bass with Cornish crab and Norfolk quail with Alsace bacon.

Local cafés

Broadway Deli is just the spot for picking up picnic provisions and sandwiches to go (they’ll create the ultimate gift hamper for you, too). Or, check the list of daily specials and squeeze in with the locals to catch up on the day’s news over coffee.

Reviews

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Alice Tate

Anonymous review

By Alice Tate , Globetrotter

I’m in my pyjamas in bed in my Cosy Luxe room at the Fish and I hear… nothing. Sweet, blissful nothing. The silence you don’t get anywhere when you live in a city; the one that really lets your mind wander, your body relax and your whole soul drift off into a heavenly, peaceful slumber. 

This is why you come to the Fish: to relax, zone out, escape the digital world (though there is excellent WiFi if you wish to connect), lie in, explore the countryside and eat well. And whether you’re here with your partner, a group of girlfriends, kids, or parents, you feel at home, welcome and in good company. Unlike a lot of boutique hotels, the Fish’s demographic is seemingly broad. Looking around the breakfast room while eating my eggs and soldiers on Saturday morning, there’s everyone from young couples and elderly lovers to sets of couples making up tables of six and four-generation-spanning families. To be here alone is frankly quite odd, and the waitress doesn’t hesitate to tell me, chuckling as she removes the extra placement. People obviously don’t do that so much here. Nevertheless, I quite like a solo retreat, and I’d argue that the Fish is a great place to do it: the rooms are pretty compact so you don’t feel lonely and there are plenty of sofas in the lounge on which to curl up with a book; then there’s the vast expanse of countryside that’s perfect for long walks and getting your thoughts together. 

Getting here from London couldn’t be simpler. You hop on the train at Paddington and an hour and a half of countryside later, you jump off at Moreton-in-Marsh station, and take a 15-minute taxi to the hotel. Everyone around here knows the Farncombe Estate, and the drive across the grounds is certainly a lovely one, with picturesque views of the patchwork fields stretching right over to North Wales. Check-in is quick and easy; though with my room being down in the Stables and arriving in the dark, I could have done with a little more assistance in getting there. Call me fussy, but even if I am travelling with the smallest backpack of all, I do still like to be accompanied to my room. 

My room, 98, is comfortable yet modest. It’s homely. Compact. Basic luxury — that’s the vibe of the Fish throughout, prices and all. It’s modern country chic with a nod to the Scandi aesthetic: a sheepskin rug on a leather basket chair; a statement blue rotary telephone; and a cream vintage radio on the desk. The bed is huge and wonderfully comfortable, with a green-upholstered headboard, piled up pillows and a rich, woollen bedspread. There’s a desk with tea and coffee supplies (a Smeg fridge in the foyer offers more fresh milk), a large mirror, bedside table lamps and, in terms of storage, a chest of drawers and hooks and hangers for clothes. The bathroom is pretty low-key. There’s a bath tub with an overhead shower and a basic Bramley toiletries — so you’ll be stung if you forget your toothbrush, razor, nail file and the like. 

Dinner is a delight; unsurprisingly, it’s popular with residents as well as locals. There are tables of twos, tens and even a larger 80th birthday group. (Though after being advised to make a reservation, I do struggle somewhat with the restaurant not answering the phone for four tries!). The sea bass ceviche is delicious and surprisingly authentic — I was in Peru the month prior so it seems like the obvious choice — and the spring green risotto I have for my main is mammoth in size and equally big on flavour. Delicious.

Come morning, I’m struggling to prise myself out of the sheets. I’ve got until 12pm so there’s no real rush, but I’m determined to get out and soak up just a little more of that country air. Honestly, you could walk for miles around here. Down the hills, up the hills, around the little lake complete with lily pads, or up to Dormy House and Foxhill Manor. 

While there is a modest fitness suite and a nice yoga studio, that’s about it when it comes to the leisure facilities. I mean, I could have splurged on a cross-country segway session or archery, but even with my country-girl roots engaged, I’m not sure I’m so interested in spending on those! If you’re craving a little TLC, you can book in for a treatment at Dormy House (which has one of the most sumptuous spas in the whole of the Cotswolds), though it can be tricky to score availability. However, for those satisfied with country air, a comfy bed and good food, the Fish is the perfect Cotswolds bolthole. 

The Guestbook

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We loved

Excellent position for country walks in the Cotswolds. Gorgeous views overlooking Broadway. Hotel was very accommodating with requests for our baby.

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Stayed on 17 Oct 2018

We loved

We stayed in a Hilly Hut. This was cosy and delightful. The hot tub was a nice touch.

Don’t expect

Don't expect a power shower!

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Stayed on 30 Sep 2018

We loved

The hilly hut, so secluded and beautifully furnished. Hot tub with views across the Vale amazing!

Don’t expect

Total peace and quiet, quite a bit of road noise and the hot tub makes some noise every couple of hours, day and night.

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Stayed on 28 Sep 2018

We loved

We loved everything about this hotel, from the moment we entered the gates of the grounds we knew we were in for an amazing stay we weren't disappointed. The ladies on the reception were lovely and welcoming, plus we were upgraded, which was a really lovely surprise. The room we stayed in was amazing, lots of room for the three of us – the bathroom was gorgeous. We enjoyed a drink from the bar outside as it was a beautiful evening, the restaurant looked very welcoming but sadly due to having a baby we decided to have a pizza to our room, which was great. We all slept so well the following morning enjoyed the most wonderful breakfast, as we sat eating our meal we said we have to come back here again next year. I'm more than sure we will do.

Don’t expect

A lively hotel as its very peaceful great for a relaxing stay.

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Stayed on 27 Sep 2018

We loved

Hilly Hut Number One was a true delight.

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Stayed on 20 Sep 2018

We loved

The peace and quiet and the proximity to nature. Getting the log fire going. The hideaway huts are great, the skylight above the bed is a great idea. The hook – excellent food.

Don’t expect

The outdoor bath to heat up quickly – an hour is nowhere near enough time.

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Stayed on 16 Sep 2018

We loved

We loved the size of the room – we stayed in the coach house. The peace of the entire estate was brilliant. The views are stunning. Check-in staff were not that engaging and perhaps should have been less tied to sitting behind their desks. We had supper in the restaurant and the atmosphere there was lovely – I imagine in winter it would be very cosy with log fires etc. Although it's a fish-based menu, I ordered the steak and was mortified I had to send it back as it was over-cooked. Breakfast was great.

Don’t expect

The post code for the hotel in google/apple maps takes you to the wrong entrance, although this is marked we should have been told beforehand! No air-conditioning in the room and it was very hot with no way to cool it down as the windows are tiny and behing large curtains.

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Stayed on 10 Sep 2018

We loved

Really smartly done and spread out hotel and lodges. Perfect few days to wash off the city and get some fresh air. Simply the best breakfast, bar none!

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Stayed on 22 Aug 2018

We loved

Everything! Its my third stay at The Fish and this time we stayed in one of the new Hideaway Huts (Bottom) which I can HIGHLY recommend. They've thought of everything from electric points next to the bed and mirrors (always a bugbear for me) to utilising every little bit of space in the hut for storage. The huts are beautifully decorated, the space is really private (romantic) and the breakfast hampers are a really nice touch. We already want to book our next stay.

Don’t expect

The outside bath to warm up quickly or quick service at the bar.

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Stayed on 17 Aug 2018

We loved

Everything about it, the renovation of the hotel was stunning, improving on what I already thought was an absolute gem. A hotel that balances a sense a homeliness and a relaxed atmosphere with luxurious touches that make you want to go back every weekend.

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Stayed on 27 Jul 2018

We loved

We loved the separate buildings that the accommodation is housed in. We were in room 24 in the coach house, no other rooms adjacent. The room was spacious and not pretentious at all. It had a retreat feel to the place, and the food was fab. We are in the Hook restaurant for dinner on the first night - the seabass was superb. We also had afternoon tea, which catered very well to my gluten free diet. The bar were very accommodating and made us lots of espresso martinis that were off menu! The local village of Broadway was a nice walk (not very buggy friendly... we didn't have a baby with us but saw a couple struggling with their pram over fields). Beautiful views over the vale of Evesham after dinner in the Hook restaurant. We can recommend visiting Broadway Tower, Snowshill Lavender Farm and the Potting Shed restaurant at Dormy House. You could try some local Cotswold activities such as quad biking and clay pidgeon shooting and make sure you take a trip to Chipping Camden village. 

Don’t expect

A kid free zone. It was a very family friendly place and very dog friendly too... they even serve doggy afternoon tea. We had a lovely relaxing and romantic weekend away from the baby. 

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Stayed on 29 Jun 2018

We loved

The location and the relaxed atmostphere, good for couples, families and if you had a dog. The room was beautiful and the views across to Broadway and beyond were fantastic.

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Stayed on 25 May 2018

We loved

The location: it's situated in the beautiful Cotswolds with views down to Broadway and towards the Evesham vale. Pop down to Broadway for a peruse of the shops and a pint in one of the old local pubs. Relaxing with afternoon tea, so many different flavours to chose from and devious little bites to eat. Hook was fantastic, a plentiful wine list and a great relaxed atmosphere whilst maintaining high standards of service to match the excellent food. Our Small Suite, was spacious with a really comfy bed, large and luxurious shower, a great little touches like the coat and boot area by the door, Nespresso machine and mini fridge. Being able to relax by the fire with a glass of wine or coffee and book was hugely relaxing and really good way to round off the mini-break.

Don’t expect

A 5-star luxury hotel experience, and it's a bit hilly around the site.

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Stayed on 12 Apr 2018

We loved

Good size and standard of room. Lovely big lounge, bar and games areas with plenty of comfy seating. Friendly staff. Excellent facilities for dogs. Great seafood and fish at the restaurant. Beautiful site and location for walking in the local area. Tisane Tearooms for cake. The Lygon Arms for dinner and cocktails – and also excellent service.

Don’t expect

The best service – breakfast was slow for anything other than the buffet. We had to have an awkward discussion about our free champagne on arrival. They refused to deliver any room service other than pizza when my husband was taken ill and confined to our room.

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Stayed on 6 Apr 2018

We loved

The views, The Hook restaurant with games room near by for the children, and the welcoming friendly feel. A circular walk (map says 8km, more like 12km) taking in the Cotswold's Way to Broadway tower with gorgeous views. The Potting Shed at Dormy House for dinner. All Things Wild for children, great play areas and animal encounters with Dinosaur trail.

Don’t expect

A pool.

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Stayed on 4 Apr 2018

We loved

The set up of the hotel (a collection of smaller buildings rather than one large hotel) and the surrounding countryside were stunning. The room was lovely with a very comfy bed. Broadway is a beautiful village about half an hour's walk away, make sure you borrow wellies as the walk was very muddy! All the staff were very friendly.

Don’t expect

To be able to use the spa at Dormy House next door, would be nice if this were available as they are part of the same estate. Service in the hotel's restaurant was very slow although very friendly.

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Stayed on 28 Mar 2018

We loved

The Fish was the perfect escape from the city. We stayed two nights which meant we could fully enjoy its surroundings; the local walks and villages; and all the lodge had to offer – games room, bars and open fires. We also had an amazing afternoon tea – thoroughly recommend! The circular walk they suggest to Broadway tower is perfect for a sunny day, but allow plenty of time if you want to enjoy a stroll!

Don’t expect

The service is laid back and relaxed which is perfect for the style of the place.

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Stayed on 25 Mar 2018

We loved

The staff are excellent and the rooms are fantastic. It's peace and quiet as soon as you arrive.

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Stayed on 25 Mar 2018

We loved

The location and the food.

Don’t expect

A very lively place.

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Stayed on 16 Mar 2018

We loved

Comfortable beds, quality furniture and decor and a designer feel. Great food. Fantastic location for Cotswold walks.

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Stayed on 31 Dec 2017

We loved

We loved the cosy Hilly Huts which were unique and finished to a very high standard. All of the small details had been considered. We stayed in December and the huts were certainly warm enough. Our own private hot tub made the stay even more special. The outdoor pursuit opportunities were a great additional extra. We enjoyed the Segway Safari and had our own guide who was very attentive. We had a super meal at the Lygon Arms in Broadway. Broadway itself is a lovely, quaint Cotswold village.

Don’t expect

Gourmet restaurants with vibrance. We ate at the hotel one night but it was a little quiet and lacked atmosphere. Luckily Broadway and other Cotswold villages are very close by so it is very easy to get out and about to more special places to eat. Taxis can be expensive so it might be worth considering driving.

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Stayed on 21 Dec 2017

We loved

The food, the fish dish and breakfast were just right (this is just before they refurbished in 2018). The walk to the picturesque town of Broadway. The chic room in the stables. The fire place. The little touches for dog visitors. Drive to the Regal Cinema for an Art Deco cinema experience. Walk into Broadway across the fields.

Don’t expect

Not to walk anywhere. The hotel is on a hill, so if you strugggle with steps and inclines this may be a slight issue.

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Stayed on 15 Dec 2017

We loved

Beautiful accommodation with everything you could need.

Don’t expect

Leave your bags in car when you check in – it's a bit of a walk to the huts. But fine!

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Stayed on 3 Dec 2017

We loved

The facilities, food and the countryside.

Don’t expect

Cash machines to work in the surrounding villages.

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Stayed on 1 Dec 2017

We loved

The welcoming atmosphere, the beautiful bed linen, amazing countryside and great staff. Fantastic food! Ebrington Arms is a wonderful local pub with beautiful open fires and cracking food.

Don’t expect

A luxury bathroom; we were quite disappointed with the standard compared with the quality of the room and the rest of the hotel. Clean and tidy, just no wow factor at all.

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Stayed on 24 Nov 2017

We loved

The whole experience. Staying on a vast estate with plenty to do (or chill), plus the lovely decor. The staff were exceptional. Visit Broadway, a nearby village. There are also lots nice restaurants within 20 minutes. Also, Daylesford Farm – about 25 minutes away – is the best farm I have visited for buying food and gifts.

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Stayed on 22 Nov 2017

We loved

The rooms are amazing and super comfortable. Plenty of open space and things to do in and around the property. Stop by the deli on the Broadway High Street – the salt beef sandwich is one of the best I've ever had!

Don’t expect

A spa or pool.

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Stayed on 20 Oct 2017

We loved

We loved everything about The Fish Hotel. The service was fantastic throughout our stay; we were made to feel very welcome. Our room was perfect with little extras such as a Nespresso machine, robes and slippers. The Fish is set on a hillside nestled among the trees looking out over the Cotswolds. It's a great place for a relaxing or active country break. Broadway village high street is a wonderful little place full of independent shops, cafes and bars. Dayelsford farm is about a 25 minute drive so a great place to visit in the day to buy some fresh farm produce, gifts and furniture. The Bamford Spa at Daylesford is divine. The Kingham Plough is fantastic restaurant serving hearty, well cooked food. And finally, we visited Dormey House for lunch which was superb!

Don’t expect

Lively nightlife although the bar is open until late and serves very good cocktails. The vibe is very chilled in the bar.

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Stayed on 13 Oct 2017

We loved

The room decor and comfy bed. Breakfast was amazing. Beautiful views across the valley. Friendly, helpful staff. Relaxing atmosphere. Nice bar and separate games room.

Don’t expect

A high-end luxury boutique hotel.

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Stayed on 6 Oct 2017

We loved

The decor, the amazing location and scenery, the bar area and activities available. The staff were brilliant.

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Stayed on 6 Oct 2017

We loved

We will definitely be going back to The Fish. The rooms are really well decorated and have everything you need. The communal areas are all fantastic with a fireplace at the bar and really well decorated. We loved the nice touch of supplying Hunter wellies for all the guests. The staff are all friendly and the food is good. We loved the walk to Broadway. We also did a couple of the activities, which were so much fun – axe throwing and archery.

Don’t expect

Egg cups with your boiled eggs. Sounds silly but its really strange that they dont have them as it's quite hard to dunk a soldier without them!

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Stayed on 7 Sep 2017

We loved

Fab hotel and really lovely rooms. The breakfasts are great, and the hotel is set in a beautiful location with great walks. The service was excellent as was the food in the restaurant.

Don’t expect

To be able to use the spa/pool facilities of Dormy House which is next door and part of the same group.

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Stayed on 18 Aug 2017

We loved

The views from the long winding driveway are stunning. The rooms are in many different outbuildings so you get to enjoy the views on your walk to breakfast or dinner. The decor is also very pleasing and very comfortable.

Don’t expect

A luxury evening meal, the food is very good, but similar to a gastro pub and there is a relaxed atmosphere in the restaurant and bar. There is no fine dining.

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Stayed on 4 Aug 2017

We loved

The countryside location and the good quality breakfast.

Don’t expect

Fine dining or an upmarket bar. Peace, unless you get the right location of room.

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Stayed on 7 Jul 2017

We loved

Everything about the hotel and service.

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Stayed on 28 Jun 2017

We loved

Fantastic, friendly staff. Good rooms and food. Nice quiet location with walks, jogging and a variety of outdoor activities.

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Stayed on 27 Jun 2017

We loved

The location. I didn't love the hen party that dominated the restaurant on the Friday night/Saturday morning...The hotel could have put them in the private room all weekend like they did on the Sunday morning! The Lygon Arms was amazing for fine dining.

Don’t expect

Fine dining; the restaurant serves burgers, pulled pork etc. I should have worn jeans, I felt overdressed. The restaurant could be so much nicer. Breakfast was fabulous and all cooked to order. The hotel is very casual so don't dress up.

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Stayed on 23 Jun 2017

We loved

The staff are enthusiastic, professional and adorable. The food was great, especially the home made pizza. There is beautiful countryside all around to enjoy, what a view! You can choose to just relax or take part in the activities on offer.

Don’t expect

Night life. This is for people who want some peace in the evening.

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Stayed on 7 Jun 2017

We loved

The unpretentious luxury and all the thoughtful little touches and complimentary gifts. Nearby Chipping Campden is lovely

Don’t expect

Too much from the restaurant in the hotel itself – there are better options close by.

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Stayed on 12 May 2017

We loved

The staff were so accommodating of our dog and nothing was too much trouble to make us all feel welcome, they set up tables in the bar so that we didn't have to leave him in the room when we ate. There is a lovely circular walk from Broadway Tower to the village which has great pubs and cafes. The views are incredible.

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Stayed on 7 Apr 2017

We loved

Stayed in one of the Hilly Huts and loved the stoked fire place, hot tub, board games and cosy bed. Go to Broadway deli for a ploughmans.

Don’t expect

Five-star luxury.

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Stayed on 18 Mar 2017

We loved

Acres of grounds. Visit the Ebrington Arms pub.

Don’t expect

Flat walks.

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Stayed on 7 Mar 2017

We loved

The Hilly Hut tucked away on the hill, the indoor and outdoor log fires, the hot tub and amazing service.

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Stayed on 25 Feb 2017

We loved

The beautiful countryside setting, perfect for winding down.

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Stayed on 2 Jan 2017

We loved

The estate, the staff.

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Stayed on 28 Dec 2016

We loved

The beautiful fireplace, sumptuous furnishings, cozy lounge, and the well behaved canine clientele.

Don’t expect

Stilettos and frocks. This place is for walking and exploring some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain.

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Stayed on 26 Dec 2016

We loved

We had a cosy suite which was lovely, would book that room again. Staff very friendly and helpful. Food good. We were given a map for a lovely walk which we did on a crisp winters day. Through the estate up to the Broadway tower which was stunning, then down into Broadway where we had coffee and cake. A gentle walk back to the Fish, approximately six miles. Would highly recommend it.

Don’t expect

...Abject luxury.

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Stayed on 4 Dec 2016

We loved

Its position, lovely rooms, excellent food (in the evenings), snug bar. The walk into nearby Broadway is lovely – but be aware, its a 45-minute trip. 

Don’t expect

...A pretentious atmosphere. Live music.

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Stayed on 25 Oct 2016

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