by jhhippo on Jun 03, 2013
Excellent weekend, expensive but worth the money.
The staff gave a first class service (better than some so called 5 star hotels) and could not have been more helpful and with a smile. Enjoy the pudding night it was great fun but be warned starve yourself before attending as you will be better off with a empty stomach.
You can eat as puddings as you like but best go for the ones you like first as they have a tendacy to creep up on you and before you know it you cannot eat any more. We eat 7 puddings the full menu but some only manage 5.
by jeadson on May 30, 2013
I stayed most of a week here with a group of hikers. The room was comfortable, the staff was very efficient and accommodating, and the food was excellent! The hotel is located in a charming Cotswold village. Although the building is very old, it has been tastefully brought up to modern standards of comfort and convenience. I loved my time there, and would recommend it to anyone.
by Paul W on May 27, 2013
Stayed at Three Ways House recently; lovely hotel on the edge of the Cotswolds, near to Chipping Campden and not far from Broadway; this is the home of 'The Pudding Club' which was in full swing the night we dined there; lovely food, very welcoming staff at reception, nice garden to relax in and a great location, which is easy to get to from south Birmingham.
This is our second time there and will be going back
by Rockboffin on May 16, 2013
We stayed there on a pre business meeting and just to relax and enjoy the fabled pudding club cuisine and the relaxing atmosphere. We were not dissapointed and enjoyed the dining, Our room was comfortable if just a little cramped but the bed was comfortable, the room warm and all linen clean as was the bathroom. We really liked the relaxed atmosphere, and if the weather was better, would have enjoyed the delights of walking in the North Cotswolds.
Parking is adequate, but if the hotel is busy you may find yourself parking on the nearby road.
by peanutgrub on Jun 13, 2013
A lovely hotel in a fantastic setting, the food is second to none and staff are helpful. Some elements of the rooms are a little dated, I will never understand why hotels ruin the guest rooms with mouldy bathrooms that always have the ubiquitous " hair" in the bath/shower or sink. All thats needed is some more thought and this could be a perfect little hideaway! - re vamped bathrooms please!
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