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the beer garden was brilliant, safe and secure for kids. breakfast was good too. there were three families in our party and one couple, the varying types of accommadation suited us all.
Rooms adjacent to beer garden and patio courtyard for pub therefore noisy during pub hours, not for the guest wanting an early night.
Clean well presented room
Comfortable beds Very very cold cottage. Kareoke in pub until 11.30pm. Poor breakfast first morning.
Morton in Marsh is a beautiful location. Good breakfast Lack of heating in the bedroom. The room was very cold and not well sound proofed - could here other guests coming and going, doors banging and car alarm ringing all night.
Excellent room, lovely oldy wordly, excellent staff all round, breakfast very good. Just had a bit of problem with the shower, no power in it so gave up and had a wash, but it wasnt a problem really, we only had one night there, would have said something if had more nights.
Location of the inn. Inn had a lot of charm and character, very large room with a lot of period features. Also (but this is a really personal point): map of the wine region of Beaune on the wall was a nice touch for my sister and I as we grew up about 30 km away from it. Very quiet inn especially considering we had the beer garden/smokers area below our windows. We asked for a twin room but only had a double bed. The girl who checked us in and showed us the room mentionned that a sofa bed would be made ready for us but it was not when we got back to the room. The mattress was too soft for our taste.
The location was excellent, staff friendly. The noise at night! Beds not very comfortable and room seemed damp.
Really nice pub/hotel excellent facilities, very friendly staff. excellent location for town and visitng local area. Cannot think of anything negative.
The room was a nice size, and the breakfast was nice. great location on the high street of the town. The extractor fan from the kitchen was right under our room, and woke up up in the morning, also would have liked a later check out than 10am. TV was also very small, but we didn't come to watch TV
The Staff, the Hotel Setting and the Food and Drink The rooms were a little small, but fine for a weekend break
The surrounding area, the water and the beautiful scenery. It is in a great place, Bourton On The Water is a small village, very quaint. The manager is very attentive to clients, he works very hard at making things go well. Some staff had walked out during the last days so the restaurant food and service was poor. Management recognised this problem but should have closed evening services. The room is much smaller than the pictures, you have a false impression that your room will be bigger so we were disappointed with this. The service in other restaurants were also mediocre.
Hotel was very central for exploring the Cotswolds. I was unable to park in the hotel carpark but did find parking 100 metres away.
Terrific village location. Nice old English atmosphere. Friendly staff I was traveling with my elderly mother (and mentioned that in my booking comments)and we were put into an annex room up a very steep flight of stairs. Hard for her to manage
Food was good in the bar & breakfast was fresh & very good First room very poor small & looked in need of update. Over breakfast swearing from kitchens of the otherwise helpful staff off putting - sounded like a lads night out. Dangerous light switch was reported 3 times and nothing done to my knowledge - we changed room but the switch was dangerous
The location was perfect, very central and we were fortunate to get rooms overlooking the stream that runs through the village centre. Bedrooms were large, clean and comfortable. Hotel very quaint with a lovely open fire at the back, staff very helpful and breakfast delicious.
Very friendly staff, nice food, good breakfast with late service and 11am check-out
Needs coat of paint. Food poor.
Location very good, food very good, staff very friendly. Toilet had not been cleaned to standard, room very very very cold no heating at all. Reported this problem to reception next day.
it was easy access to the village no
Friendly Good food Conveient for getting around A few minor details could have been improved ieRazor point and light above mirror in bathroom, a mirror in bedroom, a hanging rail in wardrobe and a waste bin!
Good breakfast and food No use of telephone
The location is a wonderful base for touring the Cotswolds. Chipping Campden is a quintessential english country village. The Red Lion is a very useful base with good staff and great food. The rooms are basic but in a quaint old inn so to be expected. The first room we got was on the ground floor and the main road into the village runs along side the inn so it was a little noisy. But once we asked for a change we got a room in the attic no problem.
The food and the staff
comfortable, clean rooms and friendly staff no
Dog and owner in that order An invoice would be prefarable to a till receipt
The staff were very helpful and friendly, the evening meal we enjoyed there was of a high quality,breakfast was very good.
Evening meal and good wine
the central location the bathroom was tired
nothing No wastebin in the room. Springs on the bed sticking up so had to turn mattress over but still too soft and uncomfortable.