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All reviewsbed cottageshower roommain buildingfresh milkthe pubsunday lunchspecials boardproper coffeemuesliweekend breakcotswold breakminute driveevening mealcosy barstayed here for one nightbooked a tableboth nights
I have written several reviews on Tripadvisor and have always been honest and fair. I haven`t left a negative review before and hesitate to do so now, but will do so for the benefit of others.
I was unhappy with my experience at this restaurant...More
Arrived to a friendly welcome and was well looked after, pleasant room and excellent food and staff, will definitely return in the future
Thanks to Eddy and the staff
Would recommend for a quiet weekend break in the Cotswold’s
The staff went out of their way to accommodate us. Whilst they missed my request for non-feather duvet and pillows,a member of staff went out in the evening to buy new bedding because of my feather allergy.
Thank Jade O
Response from SGLandlord, Manager at The Seagrave ArmsResponded 4 weeks ago
thank you so much for this great review !
hopefully see you soon!
Just back from our first stay - won’t be our last!
We stayed in room 5 one of the rooms outside of the main property. The external view is a little uninspiring but once in the door we were really pleased. Spacious, very clean -...More
We stayed for one mid week night in January and although it was quiet (just us) we really enjoyed our stay. Our room was beautiful with a four poster and lots of lovely things (cafetière, coffee, biscuits (homemade I think)) and very nicely furnished.
Response from SGLandlord | Property representative |
We serve breakfast 8am - 10am every day, if you would like to book then please call us on 01386 840192 so we can set a table ready for you in the morning.
The Seagrave Arms
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"We stayed in the four poster room, but there were courtyard rooms out of the main building (cosy)."