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We stayed here on Friday night as we needed a comfortable stopover in the area and Shipston looked like a good spot which would enable us to visit the Cotswolds next morning before heading to friends in the afternoon.
The hotel is attractively decorated as...More
Very impressed with the hotel. Rooms were modern and clean and the bed was comfortable. The service was excellent at both the hotel and the bar. Breakfast was delicious. The only reason for 4 stars was that for £120 a night we had a “cosy”...More
Came in by chance last Sunday attracted by the sound of live music whilst having a look around the town. We had not intended to eat here but the welcome was so warm from the staff that we decided to stay and are pleased that...More
Had an early midweek supper here recently and enjoyed good food and great service. The staff were all trained, friendly and nothing was too much trouble. This is a vast improvement since last summer and very welcome indeed. Bar staff were smiley and welcoming, the...More
Visited last week for my birthday,from the moment we arrived we were impressed by the staff and the room was absolutely beautiful and spotless. The only reason I didn’t give five stars is because the room was that hot as the heating was on full...More
Response from carefreevoyager | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, didn't pick up your question at the time. I wouldn't really choose Shipston as a town for immediate access to true Cotswold walks. It's on the edge of the area, so car trips would be needed to get to anywhere really... More
Sorry, didn't pick up your question at the time. I wouldn't really choose Shipston as a town for immediate access to true Cotswold walks. It's on the edge of the area, so car trips would be needed to get to anywhere really interesting.