It's simply stunning Beautiful river views Lovely conservatory The rooms are gorgeous especially the bridal suite The food is divine Really special place !!
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After waiting half an hour to be served even though it was prebooked, when the tea arrived it was terrible.....tiny and very dry sandwiches. Cakes which tasted as though they were a week old, and scones so hard you almost needed a chisel to cut...More
Out family went to Bibury as the first stop from London to Cotsworld. After wandering around Bibury and nearby Trout farm, we went for lunch in the Bibury Court hotel. It was too early for afternoon tea so we just went there for lunch and...More
Lovely surroundings and well worth a walk around before or after you have your afternoon tea. The tea was quite nice but just wasn't worth £20 per person which is a shame because it's such a lovely spot. The sandwiches are a bit dry and...More
I booked an Afternoon Tea on Wednesday 23rd July for a friend's 70th birthday. As it was a special birthday I thought we would book a "special venue" in the Cotswolds. At £19 a head we were expecting something a little "special", The cakes and...More
After an afternoons stroll around the picturesque village of Bibury we called in for tea at the lovely Court Hotel . The hotel is stunning and the staff very helpful and friendly , I would recommend a visit if you get the opportunity .
Visited on Sunday for afternoon tea. It's a stunning setting and anyone visiting the Cotswolds would be delighted -it's truly beautiful England. However the high tea was overpriced and underwhelming. Four of us had the tiniest 3 quarters with salmon and dill, ham and beef...More
The owners have a beautiful Grade 1 building in a great setting.The restaurant and hotel go from bad to worse. No visbile management bar tables not cleared of plates and bottles by 11am from previous evening. After a terrible Sunday lunch last year-we went back...More
We booked a Sunday afternoon high tea for two people, and were asked to arrive at a designated time. The main lounge where teas appeared to be served was full, so we had to sit in the bar area. The bar area looked a bit...More