Noel Arms Hotel

High Street, Chipping Campden, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England, GL55 6AT, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Cotswolds

A travel blog entry by cath-lindsay

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After an early start we picked up a Vauxhall Astra in London and managed to find our way out of the city on the m40 to Oxford (praise the heavens for the gps.) The speed limit was a mystery, overtaking the tractor on blind bends was scary. Lunch in Oxford in awe of the gob smackingly beautiful buildings, only to be surpassed by our arrival at …

Day 10 - Chipping Campden

A travel blog entry by richharper

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We enjoyed a leisurely morning, happy with the fact that we didn’t have to pack everything up as we would be spending a second night at the Noel Arms. The morning broke bright and sunny, but soon the clouds moved in. This, however, didn’t deter us from the day’s itinerary.

Our first stop was in the scenic town of …

Day 9 - Dunster to Chipping Campden

A travel blog entry by richharper

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The day began overcast with a steady drizzle, which seemed to suit Dunster and its surroundings. And judging by the moss on the sidewalks, this was not an uncommon weather pattern. After a breakfast that included rhubarb yogurt, Ian returned to the room to soak up some British cartoons, while I took a quick walking tour of the village. The layout …

Whincombe to Birdlip

A travel blog entry by lesdowson

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Glorious weather (to hot for some) all the tourist attractions were packed with visitors. The inn I stayed at last night were hopeless 08.30 breakfast meant that's when the chef got up, didn't get going till 10. 21 miles and 5000ft of ascent , I'm well and truly cream crackered, be glad of an easy 15 ...

Shakespeare's Home

A travel blog entry by ldschaub

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... t nearly as many pecans and the gooey part wasn't nearly as gooey. The cream tea was to be expected, delicious, and it has become my fall back at all of our afternoon teas.
After a couple of hours in town, we headed back home for the night. Stratford on Avon was a nice English town and would be a great place to stay if you wanted the English town feel that was still close enough to London to see the big city as well. Overall, not bad but not too terribly exciting.
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on High Street, Chipping Campden, is near Hidcote Manor Garden, Broadway Tower and Country Park, Broadway Golf Club, and Silk Mill.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNoel Arms Hotel Chipping Campden

    Reviewed by cath-lindsay

    V nice

    Reviewed Oct 1, 2013
    by (3 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    V nice, especially after London

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Noel Arms Hotel Chipping Campden

    Fantastic

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    Given some of the previous comments posted, I thought I'd better write a review to let everyone know what a great hotel this is. I cannot fault anything. The staff were so friendly and helpful, the food was great (both oriental and traditional), the room was well decorated and cosy, such a beautiful location, etc..... Anyway, you get the idea - it was good.

    Getting Better

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    The Hotel is getting better, the new Oriental restaraunt is very good.

    Best kept secret

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    Beautiful, friendly hotel in a beautiful friendly part of the Cotswolds.

    Staff are welcoming and friendly whilst being very proficient and knowledgable, especially on fine wines.

    The atmosphere is relaxed in every part of the hotel, bar or restaurant, dinner or breakfast.

    I was very impressed by the imaginative choice of dishes available for dinner. Dining in the oriental restaurant is a treat. The breakfast menu was also brimming with choice.

    Would recommend as a place to escape for the weekend.

    5 Star splendour in a 3 star wrapper!

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    Living in London with all the world's cuisine and culture at your fingertips, one forgets there is life outside of the city. Going on a minibreak to the Cotswolds was just what we needed to get away from the hustle and bustle but frankly, the idea in my head was one of steak and kidney pie and little else.

    Won tonderfull!

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    We had a very rice time.The food was egg(fried rice)cellent and the service was wan tonderful.

    Joking aside It was lovely and i throughly recommend it.

    It's great now!

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    Felt trepidation after reading one review here but boy, things must have changed at Noel Arms recently. It's been taken over by the owners of Cotswold House Hotel opposite, and it's obviously been revolutionised. No sign of dirt or malfunctions! The staff were really charming, especially the manager, and the rooms were clean and comfortable. The Dover's Bar has a lovely traditional pub feel and some great bar snacks, but the Oriental restaurant came as a very pleasant surprise. Excellent dinner, beautifully presented, with lots of dishes with Far East inflences (choices for my not-so-keen-on-Oriental husband too!) Atmosphere, especially breakfast in the Conservatory, made for a lovely weekend discovering the Cotswolds and this lovely town.

    Food Great, Room Terrible

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    We booked this hotel for e weekend break having stayed at another Hotel from the "group" last year - one in Burford was excellent. Arrived late afternoon to be told that our room was not ready even though 4.00pm. When shown to the room some 30 mintues later we were taken along a corridor where there was a pile of dirty bed linen on the carpet and the remains of someones lunch still on a plate outside a room. Inside the room we found that the TV was broken - on/off button completly missing. Asked a member of staff to replace the TV which they did so. Looking around the four poster room we found what looked like shaving foam all over the bathroom wall and curtains, a bath that did not seem to have been cleaned and the spa in it not working. I later advised reception who told me that a fuse kept tripping outside our room - if only I knew I would have climbed out of the bath and run down to reception! The room was generally dirty with dust evident around furniture - better use of a vacuum required!

    The Cotswolds

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    My family and I recently spent a wonderful week in the Cotswolds. It truly is an area with all the beauty and charm of the past. We stayed in a number of small inns but two stand out from the rest. I would highly recommend the Painswick Hotel in the little village of Painswick. The town is remarkably well preserved and the Hotel fits in nicely. The hotel was clean, the food excellent and the staff extremely friendly especially to our young son. On the other hand we were very disappointed in the Noel Arms Hotel in Chipping Campden. The hotel was run down, the meals overpriced and the staff less than helpful. Maybe this lack of service comes from being part of a larger group, Cotswold Inns & Hotels. Our better stays were always in the independent inns.

    GREAT!

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    I love the Noel Arms. I have stayed there a few times. It represents excellent value for money, the food is exceptional, the atmosphere is peaceful and the hotel is comfortable with heaps of character. I would highly recommend the Noel Arms.

    Loved the food

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    The first thing that hits you is how friendly the staff is. Its a very old hotel but is ran in a modern way. Nothing is too much trouble.The food is great.Try out the room with a four poster bed its reputed to be from the 16th century.I certainly will stay again when in the Cotswolds. It is an ideal location to visit the surrounding areas.One could describe it as quintessentially EnglishA satisfied customer

    TripAdvisor Reviews Noel Arms Hotel Chipping Campden

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent