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The William Morris

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Manchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 May 2016

We stopped off for tea and cake. One of our party had soup which was described as bean and vegetable and priced over £5. I can only describe this a dirty dishwater with some undercooked beans. This was put with 2 slices of cheap bread! The filter coffee at over £2 was a tiny cup and we were given a...

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Gloucester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 April 2016 via mobile

Similar to the previous review we found the tea room attractive with a nice open fire. We also found the staff to be rude, the food to be average and the prices extortionate - £28 for three sandwiches and drinks. As the village is a tourist haven they have a captive audience and clearly don't care. Can't comment on the...

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Thank peter j
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 March 2016

The open fire was welcoming and the different tea services added to the quaintness. But the service and price did not live up to expectation. The proprieters thought it ok to intrude on our privacy by sitting at a table in the tearoom and loudly holding forth to various suppliers, friends etc on the phone for almost the whole of...

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1Thank Clive W
York, United Kingdom
Reviewed 18 February 2016 via mobile

Lovely little quaint cafe in a lovely location. Good variety on the menu with homemade cakes which were delightful. Very quirky little place with friendly staff. Cafe doesn't have very much seating so has to turn people away when busy but worth coming back to.

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Thank Paige D
York, United Kingdom
Reviewed 18 October 2015 via mobile

Today we went to visit Bibury and stop here for lunch as there was not many cafe around this village. It is quite nice tea room and it got a real fire to warm you up. We order blue chees pate and double cheese and apple sauce toastie. They were very nice especially pate. Serice was good and friendly too

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Midlothian, Virginia
Reviewed 20 September 2015

No separate reviews set up for the Tea Room, so I am writing the review here. Six of us stopped in for lunch, because it looked charming from the outside. The charm only goes so far when you're hungry. We had to squeeze around a table not meant for six and we really didn't feel welcome. Silverware was slow to...

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Thank 103PatD
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 2 September 2015

We stayed two nights at this charming, family-run Tea House & Inn which is well-located in the quaint town of Bibury in the Cotswolds. Literally a stone’s throw from Arlington Row, the famous wool-weaver’s cottages, it is also within easy walking distance of the small town, and also convenient for visiting other Cotswold towns, such as Bourton on the Water,...

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Haverfordwest, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 September 2015

My family had lunch at the William Morris during the summer break. The service was very poor, with more attention paid to answering phone calls than serving customers. Plates were not cleared and ordering was a struggle - we gave up on cake. Once food and drinks arrived the quality was satisfactory, however prices were expensive for what was received....

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Shakespeare Country
Reviewed 17 August 2015

We arrived at The William Morris to a warm welcome from Jacqueline and Ian, we sat and were treated to tea and cake which was a pleasant start to our stay. The bedroom was beautiful, decorated in William Morris wall paper and sympathetically furnished for the period, the bathroom was large and the whole room was completely spotless. The view...

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Reviewed 12 April 2015 via mobile

Don't be fooled by the pleasant staff. The scones are stale and dry. Manager admitted they were not baked that day. They crumbled to pieces just like frozen scones always do. These people should be ashamed. If you try to get an apology all the manager does is try to charge you full price . Avoid at all costs. Guess...

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Address: 11 The Street, Bibury GL7 5NP, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Cotswolds > Bibury
Number of rooms: 2
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“don't go avoid at all cost”
isabel190776, 27 Jun 2016 | Read review
“There are only two rooms at The William Morris on the front overlooking the river. It was very pretty and was facing the famous Arlington Row.”
41ChristineJ, 2 Apr 2013 | Read review
“None of the rooms were good.”
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“Both rooms are excellent and tastefully decorated”
berylel, 1 May 2012 | Read review
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