Name has changed to The Painswick. Completely restyled and much improved now from the disastrous 88! So, look at the new listing and reviews then book. Part of the Calcot Manor Group of hotels now.
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Sadly a disappointment. Now called Painswick Hotel after a refurb. Plus points. Asparagus fantastic. Great setting and breathes an updated history. Really good front of house which I suspect her charms are required on a regular basis. Bad points. Beef Wellington we were advised was...More
Stunning views, great service, fashionable hotel with super menus. What a great place to stop off for lunch.
We visited friends who were staying overnight for an afternoon drink. It was a warm but windy afternoon and when we retreated inside it was great attention to detail that they had lit the fires. We ended up staying for supper and had an excellent...More
Our children paid for this overnight trip. Hotel very quirky. Roads very narrow. Food excellent. Could not fault.
Very excited about the prospect of getting married here until shocking customer experience. After arranging a meeting with the manager to discuss a wedding, we turned up at appointed time for her not to be there and the staff non the wiser to who we...More
Lovely boutique hotel based in Cotswold village. Staff are very friendly and restaurant staff were very helpful I choosing wines etc.
I was recently treated to a suprise birthday supper at this restaurant. Admittedly it was a Wednesday evening but the place was dead, just two other couples in the large and cold restaurant who left well before us. The food and service was excellent, the...More
I used to love this place - the set menu offered fantastic innovative food at reasonable prices. Last week we arrived to find the restaurant empty and the choice of an over priced lunch menu, or bar snacks. The food was SO disappointing compared to...More
good food in lovely surroundings. service bit slow due to staff illness but was very good food. Very modern décor for an old building would have been nice if fires were lit in winter. Also some of the décor looked a bit tired. But overall...More