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Serving local produce, offering a friendly welcome, efficient service and a pleasantly relaxed atmosphere, this former 18th century inn is ideal for those seeking to explore the Cotswold region. Great location for the Cotswolds. The clue is in the name of the Hotel... It is the Gateway. Not posh or chintzy, just Proper comfy relaxed place to be. Especially when the open log fire was stoked. No nonsense caring team who all work extremely well together, which does give confidence to all the guests. The chefs know how to prepare and cook a real Full English, probs one of the best we have had. The evening meals are equally good. Would we re visit....You bet.
An enchanting Cotswold retreat in the picturesque town of Burford, few could resist the rustic charm of this 16th century residence, whether it is for a leisure break, business trip or special... Fantastic stay, staff were really helpful and the room/hotel was perfectly clean and beautifully decorated! Would definitely stay again and recommend
This unspoiled 16th-century coaching inn overlooks the rolling countryside and offers a warm welcome and good food in a relaxed, traditional setting between Oxford and Cheltenham. My room was lovely-well decorated, extremely comfortable and clean. Staff, especially Emma, are terrific and go out of their way to make you welcome and your stay perfect. the restaurant is outstanding with an extensive menu.
A 17th-century Cotswold stone inn with exposed beams and leaded windows, Burford House offers a cozy bar and 6 individually-designed bedrooms. Hotel is comfortable and as you would imagine an historic hotel to be. The room was impressive with a beautiful four poster bed. The staff were approachable and friendly and the Italian food was excellent so that we ate there the two nights we stayed. Close to shops and pubs and restaurants.
Burford Lodge is a refurbished 19th-century Cotswold stone building with a private garden. Just 15 minutes’ walk from Burford town center, it is well-located for exploring the scenic Cotswolds. Friendly greeting and Chinese evening meal cooked on request. Excellent breakfast
Located in Burford, 22 miles from Cheltenham, Priory Restaurant and B&B provides a restaurant and free WiFi. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental or a Full English/Irish breakfast. - Clean, pretty and have a nice garden. - Location is wonderful with free parking available.
The Lamb is a historical Cotswold Inn that dates back to the 15th century. ideally located in the lovely market town of Burford & to also explore The Cotswolds. The Lamb was very comfortable and everything was of a high standard. Easy to recommend.
On average, 3-star hotels in Burford cost $245 per night, and 4-star hotels in Burford are $275 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Burford can be found for $644 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $145 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Burford for tonight. You'll pay around $166 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Burford will cost around $209, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Burford this weekend is $344 or, for a 4-star hotel, $177. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Burford for this weekend cost around $247 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Burford is a quaint village with lots of olde worlde buildings and lots of charm. There are lots of interesting places to eat including tea shops selling afternoon teas which is a must . There is a museum which has lots of information on days gone by which is informative and shows Burford hasn't changed much.
AVOID The Golden Pheasant Hotel in Burford !! It should be stripped of its misleading rating on booking.com. If we could have cancelled the booking without incurring charges we would have. We paid £245 for a 2 x night stay in a small, noisy, badly lit room, that needed a thorough clean and refurbishment. We complained to the receptionist who offered an alternative room at the front which wasnt suitable due to traffic noise. We feel badly let down by booking.com and will consider alternative ways to book in the future. Burford is lovely but very expensive. Would suggest looking further afield for value for money as drinks & meals are overpriced for tourists. I would make an exception and recommend The Lamb Inn which is excellent.
Its very steep!! If you don't walk well, don't try the high street. Very beautiful, and lots of little shops make it interesting. The river is beautiful and a huge garden centre nearby, as well as other Cotswold villages - Bibury, Bourton, Broadway, The Slaughters etc.
Location is out of the town, but the walk into the town is ok Over priced The bar had no atmosphere at 6 pm The fire could have been lit When we came back at 9 pm there were no lights on, the place was closed down for the night. The bar was closed We had not been informed this would be the case Better accommodation in Burford itself
Picture postcard village lots of independent shops. Plenty places to eat. A very steep hill/ path to climb not ideal for less able. Ideal location to be able to travel to other tourist attractions near by.
Quaint. Was busy, however it was a very beautiful day. Free parking! Plenty of places to grab a drink and bite to eat - don't forget to try the Ice Cream. Lots of unusual shops. Burford has one main road - on a hill so wear some comfy shoes! Be sure to pop off the main stretch to some hidden gems. Burford church is quite magnificant.
Great location just off the High Street. One of the biggest benefits was being allowed an early check in time which meant we could explore Burford. All staff were extremely polite and helpful. We had a great evening meal and the food was delicious. The soufflé special was divine. Breakfast was even better, with a great selection on your table and the full English was really tasty and well presented. With such a selection of pubs / hotels then for a short stay I can highly recommend staying at The Angel.
Great location for the Cotswolds. The clue is in the name of the Hotel... It is the Gateway. Not posh or chintzy, just Proper comfy relaxed place to be. Especially when the open log fire was stoked. No nonsense caring team who all work extremely well together, which does give confidence to all the guests. The chefs know how to prepare and cook a real Full English, probs one of the best we have had. The evening meals are equally good. Would we re visit....You bet.
Great hosts. Chris met us on our arrival and talked us through things. The studio was as the saying goes “small but perfectly formed” comprising one main room with a adjacent en suite wet room. Cosy, but comfortable and in very good condition. Very clean with facilities to make breakfast, plus barbecue available and outside seating. In the village of Fulbrook, no more than 15 mins walk into Burford.
The breakfast at the Inn was delicious, we had the fry up and I had it both mornings we stayed. The staff were friendly, helpful, and also very accommodating about me leaving my bike securely on their premises out of the rain. The room was spacious with a nice bathroom, so my friend and I had good amount of space to get ready and relax.
Great location for exploring the town and surrounding areas. Parking is restricted in town but there is a decent sized free car park close to the hotel. Phone signal is Burford is awful but the hotel has free wifi, as did most of the pubs visited. Breakfasts were amazing and had a great variety of delicious options.
I loved the location of the property close to Burfords main street but out of the way in the countryside. The breakfast was exceptional with pastries to start followed by breakfast of your choice! The beer garden was my favourite part of this hotel just so peaceful and beautiful surroundings.
Anna is the best hostess. She meets the highest expectation. She helped us with all of our arrangements while we were in the Cotswolds. She made our stay so enjoyable. I honestly felt like I was at home while staying at Anna’s lovely manor.
Very Comfortable and friendly hotel. Lovely to stay in Burford. Loved the log fire .Very good food. Lots of breakfast choices and was very tasty. Really enjoyed the dinner we had too . Felt safe in these present times.Would stay again.,
This is a super apartment in the middle of Burford Village. I loved the off street parking and proximity to shops and restaurants. Lovely decor and the most comfortable bed that I have slept on in ages and I'll definitely be back.
The restaurant services and staff were very satisfactory. The hotel is in a good location near the centre of Burford and it has a very nice garden.
The staff that did speak English were kind and welcoming. The hotel is cute and benefits from location being in the charming village of Burford.
Brilliant location, friendly helpful staff and a lovely character room. We ate at the hotel on two evenings and what we had was very good.
The breakfast was delicious! Location is good, just outside Burford in a quiet spot. Lovely cosy room with a very comfortable bed.
Nice room at the back of the hotel, and goid location for Burford facilities.
great accommodation at the river with a beautiful garden, wonderful rooms and delicious breakfast. located ideally near all the sites we wanted to see. we would have liked to stay longer but it was fully booked. kudos to the friendly and professional staff! ❤️❤️❤️
Dinner was delicious, bath tab was new and clean. Staff was really nice and kind. Salmon n egg breakfast was too good.
Wonderful family-run inn. Absolutely lovely and quintessentially English.