Bell at Hampton Poyle

Hampton Poyle , Oxfordshire
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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 9
  • £95 - £155 per room per night

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The Bell at Hampton Poyle is a historic country inn situated on the edge of the Cotswolds. It is the perfect place for business meetings, entertaining or for a romantic getaway.

Opened in 2009, The Bell at Hampton Poyle is a delightful 9 bedroomed, independent, privately owned Boutique Hotel, Pub and Restaurant . The charm of this century's old historic Pub has been complimented by the contemporary design of the restaurant. Flagstone floors, oak beams and large leather armchairs set the tone in this classic English Inn.

They aim to provide exciting good value food at the Bell. The open kitchen with it's huge, wood-burning oven, allows the guests to watch a vibrant modern kitchen in action. A viewing window into the Wood Oven even allows customers to watch their food cooking! Their Pizza is the best you can eat anywhere!

The Fish and Shellfish is simply grilled where appropriate and served with delicious butter sauces. All the meat comes from local producers.

They also have 9 individually decorated superb bedrooms. From their Cottage Double Bedrooms up to the Executive Double Bedrooms.

All the bedrooms have double beds with Egyptian cotton sheets and either sensational walk in Monsoon Showers or Roll Top baths, soft fluffy towels and L’Occitaine bathroom products. TV and free Wifi throughout the Hotel.

Rates are inclusive of English breakfast.

Ratings

  • AA 5 Star Inn
National Rating
AA
5 * rating
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    Super King Double En-Suite 

    Executive Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £130 - £155 per room per night

Executive Rooms include a large, super king sized bed with en-suite, Monsoon Shower wet room.

Included in this room are tea/coffee facilities, flat screen Freeview TV, iPod station and broadband internet access.

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    Superior Double En-Suite 

    Luxury Cottage Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £105 - £140 per room per night

The Luxury Cottage Rooms have super king beds, Egyptian linen, flat screen TV with Freeview and broadband.

The bedrooms are en-suite with sensational Monsoon Showers and gorgeous baths.

Tea and coffee facilities, fluffy towels, and L’Occitane bathroom products complete the package.

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    Double En-Suite 

    Cottage Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • £95 - £120 per room per night

The cosy cottage bedrooms have a double bed, Egyptian linen, and either a sensational Roll Top bath or Monsoon Shower.

The room comes equipped with a flat screen TV with Freeview and broadband. Tea and Coffee facilities, fluffy towels, and L’Occitane bathroom products complete the package.

 

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