The Horse & Groom is the quintessential Cotswold village inn: built of Cotswold stone, dating back to 1580, full of character with exposed stone-walls, flagstone and oak floors, hefty beams and roaring fires. From its early days as a simple hostelry it has been updated sympathically, losing none its wonderful charm.
There are seven individual cottage styled bedrooms, all en-suite with shower with the exception of one room with an en-suite bathroom. Five of the rooms are located in the main house and two in “The Cottage.”
Featured in The Good Pub Guide, Alastair Sawday’s Special Places, Good Beer Guide, Michelin Guide to Pubs, amongst others, this ‘Little Gem in the Cotswolds’ is situated in the beautiful conservation village of Oddington and in an area of outstanding natural beauty, 1.5 miles east of Stow on the Wold, right in the heart of the Cotswolds.
Dogs are welcome in the bar and garden but regretably not in the bedrooms or main restaurant area.
7 double/twin rooms costing from £99 to £125 midweek, £110 to £140 weekends
|2019 (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|