The Cotswold’s Has to be one of my Favorite Places
I mean who doesn’t love walking aimlessly among the beautiful houses, quaint shops and roaming hills.
Chilling with a hot chocolate or rather nice glass of blush by a roaring fire, while the wind acts up outside.
Well this is what I decided to do this year for my husbands birthday. I mean what do you buy a man who has everything…
A nice little weekend away with the love of his life ! Me of course 🙂
Well as I have been to the Cotswold’s a few times !
It was a difficult choice deciding where to stay.
We had previously stayed at the The Ebrington Arms and we loved it.
So I decided it would be nice to stay in another Boutique Inn with Rooms.
This time I chose The Bell at Stow
With its log fires, real ale, and boutique bedrooms I knew I was on to a winner.
Upon arrival, we were greeted with a warmth only a long lost friend exhumed
yet Peter the Residential Manager gave us such a welcome that I wanted to give him a hug when we left.
I think there is something to be said about staying somewhere that you feel like you are in your own home.
Not to mention the fact that it is situated in the most beautiful village of Stow on the Wold, with its quaint tea rooms, antique shops and boutique gems.
Maybe a little bit of Christmas Shopping was on the cards too.
I decided to ensure our weekend was relaxed as possible, especially with the run up to Christmas, and the lists were not getting any shorter.
So instead of making dinner reservations at another restaurant, I grabbed us a table at The Bell, ensuring we could take our time and enjoy our surroundings.
The food there was home cooked to perfection, and every mouthful was savored.
The breakfast was a feast worthy of a King. I have never felt so relaxed over breakfast whilst staying in a Hotel. I mean you could choose from a full cooked, to eggs benedict. Along with enormous amounts of coffee and the Sunday Papers to ponder over.
The Even Provide
Treats for your furry best friends !
The Cotswold’s its situated across five different Counties, covering 800 square miles !
Not a small area then.
Yet no matter which part you choose to discover you will not be disappointed, especially when the first thing you see on a cold morning is this beautiful sky !
Famed for its golden honey coloured stone buildings, to its Castles, Restaurants, Hotels, Roaming Hills and bustling market towns. What’s not to love ♥
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