My husband and I stayed here for two nights in October and enjoyed both the hotel and the restaurant. Our room was very quiet and pleasingly decorated, with a very comfortable bed. There was however room for only one chair, and the only way to watch television was to sit on the bed. It would have been nicer had the wardrobe had a door, but that was not possible in the space.
The sitting areas are very comfortable and the restaurant excellent. It comes in two parts, so that.however many guests there are, you do not feel you are in a great open, or crowded space.
Two comments may be helpful. The address is Fosseway, but the entrance is from the Burford Road, and the building is on a sloping site. Many bedrooms are on the ground floor, but there are stairs between that and reception and again to the restaurant areas.
The whole place seemed very well managed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family-owned and run boutique country house hotel in Stow on the Wold, in the heart of the Cotswolds. The hotel offers 13 stylish bedrooms and 5 elegant two-room suites/family rooms and a relaxing and cosy lounge and bar. There is a large secure car park which is free for guests. In Cutler's at Number Four, our intimate restaurant, chef Brian Cutler offers good simple and tasty food using the best of local and seasonal produce. A small but flexible function room can seat up to 40 for meetings or private dining. The entire hotel is fully air-conditioned and Wi-Fi is free and available. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Number 4 At Stow
- Number Four At Stow Hotel Stow-On-The-Wold
- Number Four At Stow And Cutler's Restaurant Stow-On-The-Wold, Cotswolds