Cotswolds

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You can stay either in the main house or in a row of original stone cottages on the grounds. — Frommer's
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A relaxed, informal restaurant set in a Regency townhouse hotel. Open all day, it serves breakfast and afternoon tea as well as an appealing, bistro-style menu of modern dishes. — Michelin Guide
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Understated hotel restaurant with a pleasant garden outlook and a laid-back feel. Influencing more than just the name, the kitchen gardens inform what's on the menus each day. — Michelin Guide
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Plush, formal dining room in a beautiful country house in a tranquil Cotswold village; enjoy an aperitif in the luxurious sitting rooms. — Michelin Guide
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Public areas and guest rooms are plushly comfortable, with old paintings, fine rugs, and antiques everywhere...for extra tranquillity, relax in the well-groomed gardens, which are a delight. — Fodor's
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Luxury rules at this converted 17th-century farmhouse overlooking the Vale of Evesham from high on the Cotswolds ridge. — Fodor's
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Right on the main drag, this 16th-century cottage has authentic period charm and is strewn with antique knickknacks: a brass wind-up gramophone has a place of pride. — Fodor's
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Delicious breakfasts, hospitable owners, and reasonable rates enhance a stay at this stone Victorian house, close to the center of town. — Fodor's
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Sit out on the terrace or beside the window, surrounded by colourful art, and watch the famous Severn bore travel up the estuary. — Michelin Guide
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Delightful 17C Cotswold stone inn on a peaceful village green. Sit in the beamed bar with its inglenook fireplace...dishes are hearty and mainly British-based. — Michelin Guide
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Dating to the 14th century, Chipping Campden's oldest inn was built to accommodate foreign wool traders, and even though it's been enlarged, the building retains its exposed beams and stonework. — Fodor's
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Views of the countryside are limitless from this 14th-century manor house hotel where mullioned windows and oak beams enhance the sitting room. — Fodor's
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Expect a friendly welcome at this antique B&B above a tearoom just across from the Market Hall, where the spacious, spotless rooms have beamed ceilings and exposed stonework. — Fodor's
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Beyond the traditional Cotswold stone exterior of this former coaching inn—now a bed-and-breakfast—are unfussy, spacious bedrooms done in soothing white and pale colors. — Fodor's
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With views of the church of St. Mary's, this historic pub dating from 1554 offers a reassuringly traditional and charming milieu for food and refreshment. — Fodor's
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The accommodations have creative themes such as the Medieval Garden, the Dovecote, and the Arabian Nights...the adjoining restaurant serves simple but delicious dishes. — Fodor's
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Just steps from the River Windrush, this traditional stone building has been tastefully adapted with contemporary fittings and style. — Fodor's
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Family photographs, old books, and toys scattered throughout this 17th-century building make it feel more like home than a hotel. — Fodor's
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