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High Street,, Bourton on the Water, GL54 2AN, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.5/10! (score from 275 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at The Dial House.
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Golf Course (within 2 miles)
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Non-smoking Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Russian, Lithuanian, French, English, Czech, Arabic
3:00 PM - 10:30 PM
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 10 years are welcome.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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A beautiful inn in the heart of the Cotswolds, The Lamb Inn offers a country-style restaurant and bar alongside its luxurious room and suites.
Score from 255 reviews Excellent
With original features and traditional charm, Old Manse Hotel overlooks the River Windrush. In picturesque Bourton-on-the-Water, the hotel has free parking, a riverside terrace and a restaurant.
Score from 372 reviews Good
One of England's oldest inns, with a history dating back over 700 years, The Shaven Crown is located in Shipton-under-Wychwood, 7 miles from Chipping Norton in the Cotswolds.
Score from 12 reviews Wonderful
With free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, this contemporary country-style house is situated in Bourton-on-the-Water – known as the “little Venice of the Cotswolds”.
Score from 217 reviews Excellent
- Fantastic location - Courteous staff
- Not very clean - Stayed in the coach house - 4 poster bedroom. The bed was very soft which wasn't the best for me personally.
Everything about the Dial House was what we were hoping for. Our superior room was overlooking the river Windrush and has beautiful views of the open countryside. Our evening dinner experience was amazing, beautiful food along with friendly and professional service at all times.
Food. Accommodation. Service. Location. Atmosphere
Nothing really. I'm not keen on 4 posters but my wife likes them
The location was excellent right in the center of Bourton and meant that the car was not required again until we left. There was a warm welcome from the Owner with a choice of beverage and mince pie until our room was ready. The Dinner was very good and the staff friendly.
The waiting staff was very good but his understanding of English was not. The full english breakfast which I ordered was, I assumed, then cooked but when it arrived after a suitable delay, it was cremated. I didn't send it back because my partner's breakfast arrived at the same time, and it would have meant either his getting cold whilst mine was being recooked or eating mine when he had finished his breakfast.I was very surprised the Chef had sent it out in this obvious condition.,
Location was great right in the middle of Bourton- on - the- water breakfast very tasty friendly, helpful staff went above and beyond helping us when our car got damaged in car park.
The rooms decor was bazaar!!!! Didn't suit the hotel and not in keeping with the building.
Arriving on a chilly winter evening the hotel was warm and welcoming with room very well appointed. The staff were very friendly and efficient and the standard of the food was excellent. Will definitely be returning.
Not exactly a dislike but thought the standard of house keeping wasn't all it could be. Our bathroom was spotless but the bedroom was very dusty in places and there were quite a few very large cobwebs. This didn't detract from our stay at all but was just rather surprising
We liked the location.
Freezing shoebox size rooms and very noisy room 8 by the hot tub, switching off and on all night. the whole hotel was cold, very inadequate heating for the winter. poorly staffed. bar and coffee area never had anyone serving.
Dinner and breakfast were absolutely excellent, best dinner we have had for some years; quality over quantity wins hands down.
Lack of shower facility over the bath. Bathroom cleaning could have been a little more thorough e.g. tiled walls had vapour stains as did the waste bin; Small but little details count
Very comfortable hotel. Fine dining meals were an added bonus and interesting to sample.We had the same dinner menu choices two nights running so I was unsure as to how often they changed their menus.
Although our bath had a shower attachment, there was no curtain to be able to use it as a conventional shower.
Everything was excellent
Nothing at all
The food was superb and beyond our expectations - some of the best food we have had for a long time. We had a lovely evening with our friends and an excellent meal. The staff were excellent and could not have been more helpful.
The bar area is quite restricted and the seating areas/layout for parties therefore quite cramped. I do recognise the constraints such a beautiful historic property presents. The bedroom smelt of damp and the decor was a little "tired".
ground floor room 6 a bit small /short on space and lacked a table mounted mirror for hair / makeup
Town and the main hotel building were beautiful.
We were staying in the converted coach house which was extremely noisy - we could hear everything in the room above/ beside. Staff weren't helpful when it came to advising in where to eat.
Where it was
Breakfast was poor value with little choice and nothing more than hundreds of other more reasonably priced hotels and B&B's would offer. Staff were not welcoming and at no time were we made to feel special.
Second time we have stayed and will not be the last location is fantastic nothing is to much trouble staff go out of there way to cater for your needs well worth a visit thank you for a relaxing break.
Having to leave!
Food was excellent
Room was expensive for what it was
Lovely building, historic ambience. The dinner was very good, surprisingly, modern European cuisine. Aperitifs by the fireplace before dinner were a nice touch. Staff very accommodating
Location is great, it is in the centre of Bourton on the water. Excellent Staff Excellent Food, enjoyed some fine dining! Great Facilities
Room was quite small!
Good location, 3 people for in reception,only one lady was polite person.
1.there was a limited of car park spaces which unfortunately used by staff as well.twice i asked him(the guy work in reception) to move his car,each time he said to me he is busy .leave it for later. 2.no hot water when i was in shower,i called reception they tried to tell me other room have hot water instead of apologize for that.i had been sent to another room for use just shower . 3.breakfast :when i asked for orange juice ,the guy said to me sorry we finished. 4.bulb had missing of one of lighting. 5.dust all over lighting(bulbs)
The additional courses included in the 3 course meal
The same menu each of the 6 days we stayed. That said we were offered an alternative of our choice.
good breakfast friendly and helpful staff open fireplace
location of our room small bathroom
Fabulous setting & service was great
the location is wonderful,the house and garden is picturesque.the place is idyllic for relaxing holiday and all atmosphere has something special.also king s.bed and jac.bath is very nice.thanks.
the cups wasn't clean,tea marks left inside.
The breakfast was fantastic the best English I've had in Long time
A little tight on parking