Had a wonderful stay at the Kings Arms in Chipping Norton. It was a very snowy weekend and the rooms and the pub were lovely and warm, as was the welcome from the staff. Knocked a star off as there was no shower, but the others in my party enjoyed the large corner bath. The rooms are large and most importantly clean and they provided plenty of white fluffy towels. Breakfast was excellent and had all that is expected from a full English and well worth the £5 price tag. I was concerned that it may be noisy from previous reviews, but this was not a problem and it was nice being in a pub with a quiet half and a music side, so you could sit wherever took your mood. The location is central and everything is easily accessible. Car park is small, but we always managed to get a space thank you for a wonderful weekend.
Our stay at this hotel was very good,the hotel was close to all amenities and easy walking distance to a variety of places of interest and visiting friends and reletives. The hotel was clean and comfortable and staff were friendly and helpful.
Traveller from North wales
Known as the gateway to the Cotswold, the Crown and Cushion Hotel is situated in Chipping Norton an attractive small town on …More
Enjoyed my 2 day stay for the most part.
Staff were super friendly and made me feel very welcome.
Room was clean and well presented and the food was very nice.
Shower in my room was cold, manager offered the use of a private shower and that was cold also.
I ended up bathing in the sink for both days which wasn't great but could have been worse.
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my husband and I stayed for 2 nights recently, a warm welcome from Ian and info on where to eat that evening, as the local called The Hare was more of a wine bar atmosphere, Ian recommended The Lamb just a 5 min drive which was a cosy country pub and the food and welcome were great.
Chipping Norton is a quiet market town in the rolling Cotswold Hills. Peppered with medieval buildings, it makes a convenient base for exploring this picturesque area. The Crown and Cushion hotel was once owned by The Who drummer Keith Moon and a bronze age stone circle, The Rollright Stones, can be found a couple of miles outside town. A market is held every Wednesday.