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Located in Sutton under Brailes, 22 miles from Warwick, Greenhill Farm Barn B&B provides a garden and free WiFi. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a à la carte breakfast. Steve and his wife were fantastic hosts. The full english breakfast was the best I ever had, with locally sourced produce and a lot of home made ingredients. The place is beautiful, and has a great view of the rolling hills of the Cotswolds. Within walking distance of the local pub, and the Cotswolds Distillery.
Feldon Valley features a restaurant, fitness center, a bar and shared lounge in Lower Brailes. There's a terrace and guests can use free WiFi and free private parking. The location was excellent. Everyone who works there, especially Raymond were so friendly and accommodating. We loved the silky bedding. The best bed ever!
Cotswolds Mine Hill House is a bed and breakfast in the Cotswold countryside, offering outstanding views of the counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire. This was an experience so different from any other we have had while on vacation. We relished the silence, with no sounds other than those from nature. Edward, Hester, and their daughters were very welcoming and they gave us wonderful suggestions for places to go during the day and where to eat in the evening. We had a lovely cup of tea and brownies upon arrival, overlooking the hillside. The home is truly lovely, beds were comfortable, and breakfast was gourmet!
Located in Lower Brailes, The George Inn has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi. The inn features family rooms. Guests at the inn can enjoy a continental breakfast. Breakfast was fantastic. Lovely rooms well appointed. A little noisy due to the church bells chiming from 4am onwards, but how delightful is that! The owners are so friendly and accommodating. Thank you.
Located in Lower Brailes, Rectory Bungalow Self contained Holiday Home provides self-contained accommodations with a patio and free Wi-Fi. With garden views, this accommodations features a terrace. Rectory Bungalow suited our needs perfectly as we were visiting friends in the area [Warwick, Banbury and Stratford on Avon are all within easy reach by car] but, with the owner's permission, we were also able to host family visitors at the property ourselves. The bungalow has old decor but is spotlessly clean, well equipped and in a beautiful, rural location. There were village shops [open mornings only] and two pubs within walking distance. The kind and helpful owner lives on site but in a separate annexe. The village is on a bus route between Banbury and Stratford on Avon should it be needed.
Our host recommended Wycam Arms, a near-by pub. It was FANTASTIC! The best pub food on our trip. Debbie, the owner, makes her own pastries. Don't miss the sticky toffee pudding! Getting around Sutton under Brailes was very easy, and the people are SO friendly!
Chef the best! Food was fresh, varied and beautifully presented. Comfortable rooms and lounges. The bathroom left a little to be desired as it was not an ensuite, locking the bedroom and then unlocking the bathroom each time used was a chore for us (who live without keys of any king).
Sutton under Brailes is small place in the nature park called Cotswolds. Peaceful, green, natural. Beautiful place to visit - need some transport as with real luggage not too easy to get there as Bus' stop is not just 'next to the door'. But... WORTH OF IT Lower Brailes' Georger restaurant serves delicious food. About an hour to visit Oxford (by car) and come back to the green area. Nice and old UK countryside all around. Historical steam train railway ca 45 min off the Sutton under Brailes. Difficult to suggest as there are web pages which will help a lot as they helped to us already anyway. :)
Steve and his wife were fantastic hosts. The full english breakfast was the best I ever had, with locally sourced produce and a lot of home made ingredients. The place is beautiful, and has a great view of the rolling hills of the Cotswolds. Within walking distance of the local pub, and the Cotswolds Distillery.