Free WiFi throughout, wellies to borrow, games room with pool table and on-site parking. In rooms: minibars, Nespresso machines, Xbox consoles and Neom bath products.
Those who can’t bear to part with their pooch should book a Small or Medium room within the garden wing, where dogs are made to feel as welcome as you. For cosiness in the form of a roll-top bath and wood burner, go for a Bigger room within the characterful main house. And for all-out indulgence, it has to be George’s Suite, with its huge four-poster, balcony and fireplace.
There are two treatment rooms offering Elemis facials, massages and wraps, as well as manicures and pedicures.
Waxy jackets to join the Barbour brigade, but leave your wellies at home: the hotel has ones you can borrow.
Pups can come along for an additional £15 a night; a dog cushion and bowl will be provided. Dogs are allowed in the garden-wing rooms and on the terrace, but not in the main house. See more pet-friendly hotels in Cotswolds.
All ages welcome. Extra beds and cots can be added to rooms for children aged 14 and under. Babysitting is available for £8.50 an hour; make sure you book it a day ahead.
Babies and up.
Football and frisbee can be played on the lawns, and a pool table, games console and board games are available indoors.
Children are welcome in the restaurant at all times. Highchairs are provided and staff will be happy to heat up milk and baby food. There’s a simple dedicated menu for kids, featuring pizzas and various things with chips.
Babysitters can be booked a day in advance for £8.50 an hour.
No need to pack
The hotel can provide various baby-friendly accoutrements, including changing mats, bottle-sterilising facilities and toys, as well as DVDs, books and crayons for older children.
Audio devices can be borrowed or guests can book a room above the restaurant and use their own.