- Very Good
- 21 guest reviews
"Room was ok but noisey TV from next room. Shower a bit rubbish. Breakfast, however was very tasty. All in all, rather overpriced, but that's..."
"A quaint hotel steeped in history and charm. Lovely welcome as I was a v late arrival cosy room and scrummy breakfast !! A lovely stay!..."
"A very pleasant stay in a lovely old, character hotel. Clean.comfortable, with a good selection of drinks and an excellent breakfast...."
"1 night business stopover - nice quiet room, excellent breakfast..."
About the hotel
Originally a private residence - The Bull at Burford was converted into a Coaching Inn receiving travellers from all over the country in 1610 - For four centuries the Bull has remained the most historic and best known hotel in Burford - warmly welcoming guests - Burford- known as The Gateway to the Cotswolds- is a quiet - atmospheric town situated 20 miles west of Oxford and was described by Forbes Magazine in April 2009 as the 6th most idyllic place to live in Europe - The town offers an unusually large number of fashionable shops - restaurants and inns - Recently refurbished and under new private ownership The Bull Hotel has 12 en-suite rooms and boasts a gourmet gastronomique restaurant second to none in the area - Unusually for a hotel these days The Bull is owned and run by a private family
Showing Friday 9 October 2015 to Saturday 10 October 2015Change Search
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- Restaurant , Bar
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- Limited Hours Room Service
- Family friendly
- Pets Allowed
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90% would recommend it to a friend
Room was ok but noisey TV from next room.
Shower a bit rubbish. Breakfast, however was very tasty. All in all, rather overpriced, but that's the Cotswolds.