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“A hidden gem in the Cotswold where service counts for everything”

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Three Ways House Hotel
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Mickleton
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 7 June 2009

What a great long weekend we have just had at the Pudding club. We went on recommondation .Itsjust about the most fun evening out we have had for a long time.The Puds are to die for.Everyone at the evening got into the party spirt makeing it a great fun time. Simon the hotel manager was our host for the eveninvg throwing in a few old and new gags just to help keep rthe evening rolloing along.The team at the hotel were first class nothing was to much trouble.The service was of a very high standard.We also had an evening meal at the hotel. The hotel restaurant serve food to a very high standard .The restaurant is very well set out we had a very romantic meal for two and were not aware of the other guests around us because of the way the tables are planned . we even had a little man in the corner play a grand piano very sothing. It all added up to a truly wonderfull evening .The bedroom was decorated to a very high standard very clean . The bathroom was spotless and the towels were lovely and soft .There was a tv cd player/radio tea and coffee it was all just about perfect 'Really did not want to go home., [PS nearly forgot to say that in the morning the hotel served us probaly the BEST full english breakfast i have ever had. You can not go home until you have tried the SAUSAGES]

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 January 2009

We've just returned from a two night stay at the Three Ways Hotel and we were a party of 17 with ages ranging from 14 to 61. The Hotel is in a pleasant if unexceptional village on the edge of the Cotswolds and although it is friendly, well run and comfortable there would be little reason to visit the location were it not for the Pudding Club.

The Pudding Club was held on the first evening and there were about 60 attendees. It was great fun and the master of ceremonies made the whole event an informative and enjoyable experience. One of our party managed all seven puddings but I could only eat five. You really can have too much of a good thing! Inevitably there was lots of discussion about the flavour, texture, sweetness etc. of the various offerings. On this occasion Jam Roly Poly was voted the best of the evening.

On the second evening we all ate in the restaurant and the three course meal was excellent. The quality of the whole meal was good and the meat (variously steak, pork and chicken) was superb. Perhaps not surprisingly the majority opted for cheese and biscuits rather than another pudding, although those that did commented that it was even better than the ones supplied for the Pudding Club evening.

Breakfasts were very good and nobody had a word of complaint here either.

The only discussion point about the rooms was whether the beds were too hard or too soft and whether some of the plumbing was noisy or not; so really the normal issues for any group. None of our party stayed in a themed room but three of the ladies asked to see one and were in fact shown three, which they found delightful and probably worth the upgrade price. The standard bedrooms were fine although some larger people may find some bathrooms a bit small, (that wasn't my experience).

Overall, the general ambience is very good, the public areas and rooms are all smart and well presented. The staff could not have been more helpful, table service in particular was excellent.

In summary, to be able to so completely please 17 guests of varying age is a fine achievement. The Three Ways Hotel isn't a cheap option but you get what you pay for and a quite unique event. If you like puddings then go there.

  • Stayed: January 2009, travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 October 2008

Our family stayed here for 3 nights. It is far enough from the very busy areas of the Cotswolds. The town is charming and lovely. The local pubs are friendly and authentic. We took part in the dinner inclusive rate, and we were a bit skeptical about eating at the hotel but the food was excellent. Be sure to try the local pork, it melts in your mouth. After dinner we retired to the cozy lounge for drinks by the fire. We also saw the festivities surrounding one of the Friday night pudding club dinners. We stayed in the Spotted Dick room with our 2 children -- we highly recommend this room for families. There is a small ensuite room with bunk beds and it's own TV -- the children loved it. The main room is quite large and very nicely decorated. And the children really liked the dalmations and pudding recipes painted on the walls. The service is absolutely outstanding -- all the staff are very friendly and accommodating. The main gentleman in charge (I don't recall his name!) regularly checked in to ensure everything was to our satisfaction -- they even let our children sleep in through breakfast, and after my husband and I were finished our breakfast in the dining room they prepared a full hot tray of breakfast dishes for them. We wanted to stay a 4th night, we were enjoying ourselves so much, but they were fully booked.
We would definitely return here.

  • Stayed: July 2008, travelled with family
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Reviewed 2 September 2008

My husband and I stayed for 2 nights at the three ways over the bank holiday weekend. It is situated in a lovely tranquil village and externally the hotel looks fantastic. We paid £220 for a 'superior' room including breakfast and evening meal. The room was a great disappointment, quite small and in grave need of a proper clean. The carpet hadn't been hoovered and I actually picked up some old flower stems and fluff from the floor myself as they still hadn't been cleaned on our 2nd day. The stereo in the room was so dusty that I could make an imprint with my finger - YUCK.

The evening meal was fantastic though my husband was surprised that there was no chicken dish available. He doesn't eat fish so was therefore limited in his choice.

Service was fantastic during our evening meal and breakfast.

I think it's the people/staff that make this hotel what it is.

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 August 2008

We booked a week before going and used Lastminute.com as it was very slightly cheaper.

We booked a superior room, but this was rather disappointing as it was rather small. However, it was clean, and the bathroom was great. I would have called it a standard room but it had the flat screen TV, radio and Molton Brown toiletries that were advertised for superior rooms. There was a bit of traffic noise, even at 7am on the Sunday morning.

The hotel was easy to find in the village and looked the part. It had a nice garden, although the weather wasn't good enough to sit out!

Shortly after arriving, we had some lovely hot chocolate and cakes in the lounge which was nicely decorated although would have benefitted from a window!

Dinner was in the restaurant and was a set menu for £33, although several items incurred a suppliment of £2. There was a good choice of starts, mains and desserts, although I opted for the Sticky toffee Pudding which wasn't on the restaurant menu (but was on the bar menu) as I heard someone else asking if it was available. My husband didn't feel the puddings were explained clearly enough by the waiting staff and misunderstood the menu.

The restaurant has a low ceiling and felt rather claustrophobic. I was sitting next to the air-con and got very cold - but I could have asked to move, I suppose.

Staff were friendly and attentive, although not particularly swift at clearing plates, but we weren't in a hurry. Coffee was served in the lounge and there was home-made fudge!

Breakfast was fantastic, with a well-supplied buffet. All the food is locally sourced and very tasty!

At checkout, we had to ask them to recalculate the bill twice as they had charged us again for the room, although we had paid Lastminute, and also hadn't included our tea and cakes. All efficiently done.

We were a little surprised when we asked if reception could recommend anywhere nice for lunch near Sudley Castle (just 10 miles away) and they couldn't!

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 August 2008

This is a real gem of a hotel. I stayed there for two nights with a large party at the end of July.

The hotel is run by two partners who share the duties on seperate days/nights. They ensure everything runs smoothly and nothing is too much trouble.

When one of my friends asked to have a two puddings for dessert, the answer made us all laugh. Peter (one of the partners mentioned above) said "over the door, there is a sign that says hotel, that means you can have anything you want - you tell us. If it said 'prison' then we'd tell you - but it say's hotel - you can have anything you want'.....

You know how rare it is to find a hotel that won't have some silly rule or other. That's why I say it is "a real find". The customer is put first at all times.

Other highlights include: delicous food (espcecially the puddings), high standard of room decoration, a modern well stocked bar, a large garden for afternoon tea, pimms or just reading a book (with lots of seats and trees), some lovely walks (both long and short) from the hotel and easy access to the picturesque towns of Chipping Campden and Stratford.

Enjoy!

  • Stayed: July 2008, travelled on business
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Reviewed 13 July 2008

We have just returned from two nights at this small hotel near to Chipping Campden.
The staff are excellent and the breakfasts were very good. We had a room on the top floor complete with jacuzzi bath and separate shower. There was underfloor lighting in the bathroom with very nice Molton Brown products and robes provided.
On Friday night we went to the Pudding Club dinner. The main course was good with a choice of three different meals. Beef, salmon or pasta. You sit at long tables which were nicely laid out. Then there were 7 courses of puddings. I only managed 6 courses as I am not a fan of summer pudding. You could eat as many or as little as you wanted. The whole evening was a lot of fun even though we were two on our own.

  • Stayed: July 2008, travelled as a couple
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Address: 4632 On the B Chapel Lane, Mickleton GL55 6SB, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Cotswolds > Mickleton
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Mickleton
Price Range: £104 - £173 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Three Ways House Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 48
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