Was upgraded to an Executive Twin...beautifully decorated, clean crisp lines, sumptuous feel. Balcony with views over the god course and particularly liked the small spa and its sauna and hot tub on the roof. Really great hotel, with happy, helpful staff too. Will find an excuse to go back asap!
Staff were very helpful and courteous
Room was spacious but a little tired
Not a fan of buffet style breakfast although the quantity and choice was excellent
The one night we stopped was steak night which was very good and exceptional value
Personally found the bed a bit uncomfortable but then everybody is different. The room was rather dark but comfortable
Very conveniently placed in the centre of town with free parking
Would happily stay again
Traveller from Warwickshire
Known as the gateway to the Cotswold, the Crown and Cushion Hotel is situated in Chipping Norton an attractive small town on …More
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.
Beautiful home and wonderful hosts. We spent 2 nights in the family room and slept snuggly under down blankets. The home was very clean and well cared for, despite its 100+ years. Each morning, breakfast was waiting with an option of cooked breakfast, as well. The room overlooks a local park active with families and pets. The hosts had 2 sweet dogs and Mom loved them! We would definitely stay here again and would recommend to friends.
Surprisingly lovely venue. Lived up to all expectations. Room 3 was a bit small but was as described. friendly professional staff. Good food - evening meal and breakfast. Will be back for another stay.
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.