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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 22
  • £90 - £200 per room per night

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Revealing its new look, along with its new name in July 2016. The Sheep brings a new dimension to eating and drinking in the Cotswold's, as well as a little Soho style too.

Located in the heart of Stow on the Wold, stay in one of our wonderfully comfortable twenty two en-suite rooms. All the rooms are decorated to a high standard, offering a comfy place to stay. Their sophisticated simplicity gives them a luxurious feel.

The ground floor of the Sheep includes plenty of dining space, as well as a full length bar top and cosy fire. There's an open kitchen and wood-fired oven too. The kitchen is available all day, welcoming those not lucky enough to be staying the chance to come in for breakfast. There's an a la carte menu offering a wide range of freshly cooked pizzas throughout the afternoon and evening. Families are welcome, and children can choose from a bespoke menu. 

Nearby attractions include:
Cotswold Farm Park
Warwick Castle
Cotswolds Distillery
Stratford Upon Avon
Cotswolds Wildlife Park 

For more information and to book please click the purple button which leads directly to their website.
 

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    Double En-Suite 

    Cosy Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £90 per room per night

The Cosy rooms may be compact in size, but we like to think of them as snug. Some just have a shower cubicle whilst others have a shower over the bath. All the rooms come with:

*Freshly prepared English or Continental breakfast in the morning, as standard

*A King size bed boasting a Feather and Black mattress and bed frame that promises a relaxing night's sleep

*Luxurious en suite bathrooms with rainfall showers and Temple Spa toiletries

*Wall mounted 26" TV with digital Freeview, free WiFi and an alarm clock

*Nespresso coffee machine and kettle with a selection of Canton Tea Co drinks, to wake you up first thing in the morning, as well as still and sparkling water. Fresh milk is available from the bar too

*Blackout blinds or curtains for an uninterrupted night's sleep

 


 

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    Double En-Suite 

    Standard Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £100 per room per night

The Standard rooms are larger than the cosy rooms, with plenty of room to kick back and relax. All the rooms come with:

*Freshly prepared English or Continental breakfast in the morning, as standard

*A King size bed boasting a Feather and Black mattress and bed frame that promises  a relaxing night's sleep

*Luxurious en suite bathrooms with rainfall showers and Temple Spa toiletries

*Wall mounted 26" TV with digital Freeview, free WiFi and an alarm clock

*Nespresso coffee machine and kettle with a selection of Canton Tea Co drinks, to  wake you up first thing in the morning, as well as still and sparkling water. Fresh milk  is available from the bar too

*Blackout blinds or curtains for an uninterrupted night's sleep
 

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    Superior Double En-Suite 

    Superior Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £130 per room per night

The Superior rooms are larger than the standard rooms and come with a bath, and shower over the bath. All the rooms come with:

*Freshly prepared English or Continental breakfast in the morning, as standard

*A King size bed boasting a Feather and Black mattress and bed frame that promises  a relaxing night's sleep

*Luxurious en suite bathrooms with rainfall showers and Temple Spa toiletries

*Wall mounted 26" TV with digital Freeview, free WiFi and an alarm clock

*Nespresso coffee machine and kettle with a selection of Canton Tea Co drinks, to  wake you up first thing in the morning, as well as still and sparkling water. Fresh milk  is available from the bar too

*Blackout blinds or curtains for an uninterrupted night's sleep
 

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    Feature Double En-Suite 

    Premium Rooms
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £150 per room per night

The Premium rooms are the largest rooms with special features. Two of these rooms have hydrobaths for a relaxing long soak, whilst another has a private patio garden. Some of them have original features like exposed beams also. All of the rooms have:

*Freshly prepared English or Continental breakfast in the morning, as standard

*A King size bed boasting a Feather and Black mattress and bed frame that promises  a relaxing night's sleep

*Luxurious en suite bathrooms with rainfall showers and Temple Spa toiletries

*Wall mounted 26" TV with digital Freeview, free WiFi and an alarm clock

*Nespresso coffee machine and kettle with a selection of Canton Tea Co drinks, to  wake you up first thing in the morning, as well as still and sparkling water. Fresh milk  is available from the bar too

*Blackout blinds or curtains for an uninterrupted night's sleep

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