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"The showpiece is the chic No. 131...antique radiators and cast iron bathtubs from the late 19th Century in the 11 rooms mixed with sleek velvet couches and modern artworks by British names like David Hockney in communal spaces."



"You might come here for the food, which is insanely good (we're still dreaming about the steak with duck fat fries) or the rooms, which are enormous and dar cooler than you'd expect to find in a Georgian townhouse. But you'll keep coming back from the details - like the hot water bottle they'll leave in your bed if it's a nippy night, or the jars of homemade cookies dotted about the hotel, or flask of hot milk they'll put in your room for making hot chocolate before bed. The bar and restaurant, Crazy Eights, is always buzzing - if you come on a weekend, expect to party from dusk til dawn."



"(The Wheatsheaf Inn)...The restaurant is one of the best in the Cotswolds."


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"The Cotswolds' very own hotel hipsville."


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"...fabulously stylish..It's an art-filled haven - with its chic lighting, mix of antiques and funky furniture, 
it serenely achieves a happy combination of glamour and homely comfort..."


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"The Wheatsheaf is the kind of place that gives me reason to believe there is genuine substance to this country's restaurant sector"

Jay Rayner


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