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The Old Stocks Inn, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds
Spread out over three butterscotch Grade II-listed townhouses, this delightful boutique hotel in the heart of Stow-on-the-Wold is hip and funky, exuding a youthful vibe. Indigo blue velvet sofas and low hanging bulbs marry with original oakwood ceiling beams and bare stone walls. Rooms are snug and cosy, with herringbone carpets and wood accents. They're enlivened with bright pops of colour, while vintage touches (rotary dial phone; low-slung sofas) lend a pinch of fun. At the restaurant, both hotel guests and those in the know tuck into excellent modern British dishes prepared using locally sourced ingredients. Sip on a coffee at the little café-cum-bar, complete with fireplace and small library, or, if you're after something stronger, head to the popular cocktail bar where expert mixologists shake up great drinks.
We love the excellent central location right on the square, a skip and a hop away from Stow-on-the-Wold's attractions.
Located in the picturesque Cotswold village of Stow-in-the-Wold, with country walks all around.
By car: the hotel is 2 hours 30 mins from London and 1 hour 15 mins from Bristol. Free parking is available on-site.
By train: London Paddington to Kingham takes around 1 hour 20 mins. The station is 15 minutes' from the hotel in a taxi. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
It's a fun, style-conscious little spot that's perfect for those seeking mellow country chic vibes. We love the fun design elements and quirky vintage touches.
Service & Facilities
The personal touch is great - staff have put together their top tips and suggestions, creating walks and foodie tours for guests to enjoy.
- Bike Rentals
- Free Parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Room 21, which is set at the top of a wonky little staircase, is our favourite. It's particularly spacious, with gorgeous oakwood beams serving as a partition between the bedroom area and lounge. We love the cosy, snug feel of the rooms - they're the kind of place you want to linger.
Cosy Great Room, Amazing Great Room, Cosy House Room, House Room, Garden Room Family Room
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, Noble Isle toiletries, complimentary mini bar, espresso machine, Smart TV
Food & Drink
We love the fact that the cuisine makes the most of locally sourced ingredients from nearby farms and producers. With its bare stone walls, rustic ceiling beams and lively pops of colour, the restaurant is a delightful spot to enjoy a tasty meal - try the roast fillet of hake with curried mussel cream, coconut and fondant potato. There's a good selection of wines, too.
The restaurant: modern British and European dishes, seasonal menu. Open for lunch and dinner. Two-course dinner £32.
The terrace: outdoor dining. Open for lunch.
Cocktail Lounge: stylish, classic and signature cocktails, fine wines.