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Plaisterers Arms Accommodation
Ranked #9 of 12 Winchcombe B&B and Inns
Reviewed 11 July 2014

We were travelling through the cotswolds with 2 friends over from California and the Plaisterers Arms was highly recommended by friends living in the areas were 2 other pubs but once we walked in we were smitten by the place and we were not dissapointed - we had a fabulous dinner arriving quite early at 6.30pm and had an excellent time there; Liz was delightful very gracious and charming and very helpful when choosing from the menu( so glad hadn't read other reviews beforehand where the people who were so negative must have had issues themselves ) ; I had the best glass of Rioja ever( am a red wine buff ); we had some fabulous jazz played on the piano by Michael ( thank you so much)- loved the olde word atmosphere- its a must for tourists as these pubs are getting a rarity - we met the brilliant chef - the food was delicious and recommend their chips/ steak /chicken supreme and belly of pork as the best ever; would definitely stop there again and again -loved it !

Stayed: July 2014, travelled with friends
Thank Barbara H
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Reviewed 5 June 2014 via mobile

Stayed one night, prior to walking part of Cotswold way. Comfortable room, excellent food, both dinner and breakfast.
Good value and location. The only parking is on street - not a problem - unlimited on the street and 2hr outside during the day, unlimited overnight.

  • Stayed: June 2014
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1  Thank Chris660
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Reviewed 30 May 2014

My daughter and I stayed 3 nights at the Plaisterers Arms while visiting Winchcombe in May. Liz was very welcoming and friendly. Our twin room was nice and the beds were comfortable. The breaksfasts were delicious. I would recommend staying here.

We also ate at the Pub 2 of the evenings. The food was very good. I enjoyed my dinner both evenings with a mild cider from the bar.

Room Tip: We had an upstairs twin room which was very comfortable.
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  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with family
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1  Thank Sherri R
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Reviewed 12 May 2014

We were walking the Cotswold Way with a small dog, which was explained before we arrived. We were greeted with a look of disgust that we had a dog and mud on our boots and trousers.
We felt that the landlady didn't want us there at all.
We had booked a double room but were given twin beds, and the shower basin had hairs in it and the shower was a poor entry-level unit.
The room's walls and floor were paper-thin so we had the joy of listening to the bar-chat from downstairs as we tried to get an early night.
Breakfast was fine but 8am was the earleist time offered.

If you don't want to accommodate walkers, don't take the booking!

Room Tip: don't stay here
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  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank stephenpullan
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Reviewed 26 April 2014

Arrived after our first day of walking the Cotswold Way with high hopes as had stayed at a lovely pub the night before, but the hopes were dashed when we entered the dark, gloomy bar. The landlady showed us to our room but before we even got in said there was a problem as she had broken her arm 2 weeks ago & so couldn't provide breakfast but instead would make a packed lunch or knock £10 off our bill. We understood her problem but couldn't understand why, when we'd booked & paid a deposit 6 months before arrival, she hadn't contacted us to let us know & give us the option of booking elsewhere. We then phoned a local pub to be told breakfast there was £5.95 plus £2.25 for a cup of tea. When we told the landlady that we couldn't get 2 breakfasts for £10 she got quite irritated & eventually agreed to give us £16 off the bill, which still didn't cover the cost! We were also told there would be no one there in the morning & so we would need to pay the bill that night. On top of all this the room although large & with a nice view of the garden was shabby & dirty, the bathroom walls were stained & the glass for toothbrushes was caked with the last persons toothpaste. In the morning, we had to find our own way out of the bar as the door was locked & no one was around. We wished we had stayed at a The White Hart round the corner that provided us with a lovely breakfast & warm welcome.

Stayed: April 2014, travelled as a couple
1  Thank PetalHill
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Reviewed 20 April 2014

Nice beer, no music, good lunch snack food in a reasonable portion. A proper pub without the frills of so many pubs these days.
Had a baguette which was well filled and it came with chips or salad. Either are good but I opted for chips. They were chunky and crispy. Went down well with the good bitter.

Room Tip: Did not stay only had lunch here.
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  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank hombre74
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Reviewed 26 February 2014

have stayed at the plaisterers now five times with family. its a perfect place to stay to explore the surrounding areas and liz is a great host.

the price is very reasonable and probably best value for money in the area. winchcoombe is a lovely little village with quite a few pubs and restaurants but most have become quite modern and lost their charm unlike the plaisterers.

the breakfast is very nice. the quality of the bacon and sausage is the best I have had in any bed and breakfast. wether your staying here or just passing the food is definately worth a try you will not be dissapointed.

already looking foward to another stay hopefully next year.

  • Stayed: February 2014
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2  Thank BeckyB00p
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Additional Information about Plaisterers Arms Accommodation

Address: Abbey Terrace, Winchcombe GL54 5LL, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Cotswolds > Winchcombe
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Ranked #9 of 12 B&Bs / Inns in Winchcombe
Number of rooms: 12

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