Three Ways House Hotel
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With absolutely no preparation-we'll read the maps and directions on the way-we started our walking tour. It is so hot- in autumn in England-who would have thought! Excellent directions, 23.8 km along the Avon river, over stiles and kissing gates, through lovely shaded cool paths and through farms and fields where they are harvesting hay. Doing …
... an old nursing (sorry Nurse, not so old) friend of Mandy's last night and is was like nothing had changed in the years since we saw Lizzie , so thank you Lizzie it was a fun night as always. We are now enjoying being back with Christopher and Caroline who are very social and we have caught up with an old school mate of Mandy's and her husband. And today we are enjoying being with Mandy's nephew Rupert and his lovely wife Zoe who are about to be first time parents. And so it ...
As of today, not much much other than the usual. I have a new client, Halfords, so that's why I'm in Birmingham travelling home each weekend. However, the plan is that from around May next year, we go off driving around the European land mass visiting hot countries when it's cooler there and colder countries when it's hotter. We are spending the next few months planning so there's not much detail to be seen here yet. Watch this ...
Yes I have two days off, then am moving flats, and then another day off so when I should be thinking about packing and cleaning, I'm thinking of trying to fit in one more quick trip before it all. I've been itchy sitting around in cafes for the past three/ four days struggling to sort out my life by searching accommodations, flights, and everything else for my upcoming few months. Today around midday after checking what I'd be to catch a train to Swansea in ...
The Cotswolds brings to mind picturesque mill towns, hill towns, magnificent 17th century manor houses, and market towns; but our fondest memories of the Cotswold would be our B&B in Stow-on-the-Wold. Owners, "Jimmy" and Carol Brown, provided daily entertainment at breakfast, and would leave us roaring with laughter. Jimmy is a trivia pursuit kind of guy and loved to be stumped by our "foreign" factoids. The ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Three Ways House Hotel Mickleton
The Pudding Club is great!
This is a lovely little hotel in a great location for exploring the Cotswolds.
It is also home of the Pudding Club - a group of people who regularly meet to discuss and taste puddings! We were lucky enough to be staying at the hotel when the Pudding Club were having a meeting - this meant that in addition to all the puddings on the menu we could also sample any of the puddings that the club were having - for free and unlimited!
The hotel itself is quite small with a nice restaurant and a comfy lounge. Our room was in a modern annexe and was nicely furnished. Some of the other rooms are themed in line with the Pudding Club i.e. The Treacle Sponge room.
We stayed for just one night as an anniversary treat and I have to say I couldn't fault it.
We visited the hotel last weekend as my husband had bought me a weekend voucher which included the pudding club on the friday night and dinner in the restaurant on the Saturday.
Would agree with previous reviews, the hotel is very expensive - most Travelodge's are better - and once you are there you are trapped as trying to get a taxi into Chipping Camden is almost impossible unless you book well in advance.
Spent a Friday night here recently and the main priority was to attend the Pudding Club meeting which was to take place in the evening.
We stayed at this hotel last weekend. We booked a superior double and ate in the restaurant.
We stayed just one night in a new superior room
The room was well designed, decent comfy Hypnos bed, Bose stereo, jacuzzi bath etc
We stayed for dinner, which was very good
The breakfast too was good
The village the hotel is in is pretty as is nearby Chipping Camden
Would return and recommend
I found the tariff of £150 per night (EXCLUDING meals) for the family "fun" room (Spotted Dick & Custard room) extremely overpriced.
Following Paddy Burt's favourable review in the Daily Telegraph we booked ourselves in for a weekend plus a Pudding Club meeting. One of our best weekends ever, the room was great and the fireside lounge and also the bar were cosy and welcoming. The manager and staff are all very friendly and helpful and the owners themselves take time to talk to you and ask for your opinions. The food was excellent like its restaurant setting.
The Pudding Club meeting on the Friday is a really enjoyable experience and good to see that traditional English cuisine is still practiced somewhere.
All in all a lovely place to stay in a great location, for walking and visiting the nearby attractions.
We've just returned from this hotel, having had the most enjoyable New Year's Eve break in over ten years. Because we booked quite late we could only have a Superior room for one night and a very tiny Standard room the second. The standard room was in fact smaller than the superior room's bathroom! If room quality matters to you be sure to request a Superior one - or one of the rooms themed around a traditional British Pudding such as the 'Sticky Toffee and Date' room.
Food Good, Public areas of Hotel Good.The room was tiny and very dissapointing.