Superior double room, some can be converted into twin rooms. All rooms come with flat screen TVs, free WiFi, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers and fresh milk delivered daily.
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Type Pub B&B
£130 - £190 per room per night
Surrounded by fields and with the River Thames flowing just outside the door, The Trout at Tadpole Bridge lets you relax in classic Cotswold comfort.
Their menus make the most of fresh fish and local game with their cosy bar and boutique rooms, this country inn is the perfect place for you to relax in classic Cotswold comfort.
In keeping with their fabulous waterfront location, each room is named after a fishing fly and and come with a flat screen television with Freeview channels, free WiFi, tea and coffee making facilities and fresh milk delivered daily to your door.
And when you awake in the morning, you'll only need to venture downstairs for a good hearty breakfast complete with smoked salmon, kippers, a Full English and an array of freshly prepared pastries, cereals and juices.
Their award-winning menus are brimming with fresh fish dishes plucked straight from the river Thames and nearby chalk streams. You'll also always find plenty of hearty classics, steaks and more creative plates of local game to tuck into.
They've also recently been awarded 1 Rosette, a Breakfast award and 4 Star Gold by the AA Guide and are part of Pub Group of the Year 2016 by The Good Pub Guide.
The Trout at Tadpole Bridge are proud to be part of The Epicurean Collection, a group of boutique countryside inns dedicated to the finest in British food, comfort and culture — all set in some of England's most idyllic locations. To join their online club or to book the perfect escape, please visit www.Epicurean.club
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