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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Stopped at The Inn For All Seasons on our way back to London for a "late Sunday Lunch" - phoned in advance to book a table (no problem they said) - a family run Pub / Hotel - we received a warm welcome from the Bar on arrival - good range of Ales - attentive service - lovely dining room full of Cotswold character - and the best Roast beef dinner we have had for ages !!!! - and at a very reasonable price - a lovely menu to choose from, we were spoiled for choice - We will definitely visit The Inn For All Seasons again !!!!!!!!!!!!

Stayed: March 2018
Thank Gamps
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Reviewed 28 March 2018 via mobile

Very friendly welcome by Joseph. Had to pay up front; not something we normally do or indeed asked to do. Building and garden picturesque even in dull weather. Good road access to Cheltenham and to explore local areas. Our room, number 2, was tired and needed decorating. Bathroom and shower arrangement, lifting a pipe coming from under the poor fitted basin cupboard not acceptable for the money paid. The sash window had broken sash and did nothing to block road noise, sleepless night. Had evening meal, not the best. Breakfast was very good on both mornings, full English and porridge. Also mention the young lady serving breakfast she is an asset to the Inn. Hope she was included in the share of tips. Be warned if getting a cab to the Stone Barn the 6 mile round trip will cost £40 - £50! What a rip off.

Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank debahayter
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Reviewed 15 March 2018

We stopped off here en route from Gloucestershire home to St Albans. We just wanted a light lunch snack and chose the Smoked Trout Starter and glass of Chardonnay. The food was absolutely stunning and just the perfect snack we needed. Extremely tasty and beautifully presented and perfectly sized servings. The wine was excellent as well. We have booked again for dinner next week and will stay there as well as we love the character of the building!

Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Steve W
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Reviewed 3 March 2018

My husband, father in law and I enjoyed a fabulous Sunday lunch in the lovely cosy restaurant. The staff were friendly and efficient and the food delicious.

Two of us had roast beef, prepared to our personal requests, and one had roast pork. All were served with huge yorkshire puds and a selection of beautifully cooked vegetables. The beef was very tasty and melted in the mouth and the pork was full of flavour and tender.

This was followed by two chocolate brownies and a creme brulee which were equally scrumptious - none lasted long in the dish!

The restaurant specialises in fresh fish dishes and everything coming from the kitchen looked equally delicious. We can highly recommend the Inn for All Seasons and we are planning a return on our next visit to the Cotswolds.

  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled with family
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Thank Lucy D
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Reviewed 25 February 2018

We have just returned for mum's 90th birthday tea which we held at the Inn for all Seasons. Cannot fault the food, service or ambience. We had to make very last minute additions our numbers and the staff were very accommodating and nothing was too much trouble. Lovely selection of sandwiches, scones, cream, jam and cake. Endless refills of tea. All served in the conservatory at the back of the Inn which has a pleasant view out to the Cotswold countryside. Would certainly recommend and will go back.

  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled with family
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Thank kat89
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