Harden's says

In this Cotswold village, this 17th century coaching inn has received a major makeover as a 19-bedroom hotel and contemporary restaurant, centred around open-fire cooking. A kitchen-counter overlooks rotisseries and a wood-fired grill, alongside a 40-seater garden room. Alongside conventional main dishes, you can enjoy large cuts of meat and whole fish to share. It’s part of Sam and Georgie Pearman’s Country Creatures family of pubs and inns and has been created in collaboration with Hawksmoor ex-exec chef and Meatopia founder Richard Turner, and head chef, Richard Sandiford. A treatment room will be added soon.

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