We chose room 11 on the top floor and had a wonderful view of the town square. They warned us that the stairs are steep and they weren't wrong. The final climb is almost vertical. So glad we only had carry-on luggage because our large suitcase would've been quite a challenge. The room was very comfortable and large. The floors are extremely uneven which makes you feel as if you're drunk when walking across the room. We had two double windows for plenty of light. The beams on the ceiling and stone wall gave it lots of character. Quite often the bathrooms in a place this old can be dreadful but that's certainly not the case here. The bathroom was modern with a large shower. There was plenty of shelving to store toiletries and such. The breakfast was delicious and quick so we could get on with our day. The only negative was the very slow shower drain which caused the water to pool at our feet but you can simply turn off the water for a minute or two to allow it to catch up. We loved the central location with many shops and restaurants within one or two blocks' walk.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Kings Arms is a quirky raditional Country Inn offering a warm welcome with traditional English food, real ales and wines available both in the ground floor pub and 1st floor restaurant with views of the Market Square, whilst our cosy bedrooms and cottage rooms offer the perfect place to base yourself when exploring the beautiful countryside and local Cotswold attractions. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kings Arms Hotel Stow-On-The-Wold