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79% would recommend it to a friend
Eliot Arms by Marstons
A quiet comfortable hotel in a very pleasant village.
Not good value for money!
We had a double room with ensuite.
Door lock broken and very difficult to open, no window keeper so couldn't hold window open. Bathroom L shaped with toilet in the corner between wall and radiator so extremely tight and claustrophobic, shower dripped all night and couldn't be turned off properly. Breakfast poor quality with what seems like very cheap ingredients. Certainly not worth the £85 a night price that we paid!
Lovely country pub offering bed and breakfast
Both the staff and locals were welcoming and friendly.
We were on the second floor but this was literally a last minute booking. Ideal location for a weekend sightseeing in the Cotwolds. Definitely stay again.
Do not book this place - horrendous
We booked two rooms at the Eliot as we had a family wedding to attend.
We called two days in advance and spoke to the manager to ask the question if we could book in earlier than stipulated and was told no problem that 11am would be acceptable. On arriving at the Eliot, the manager was no-where to be seen and the lady we spoke to new nothing about early arrivals, this also affected other guests who were going to the same wedding, upshot was that some people changed into their wedding clothes in the living room, another guest who had driven 45 miles two days earlier to arrange all had to change in a temporary room as well as us. Thankfully on the way out to the wedding I asked the question if the room we had changed, all four of us is ours and they said no that we would be going to another room, Carted luggage up stairs to the attic to two separate rooms, 5 & 6, room 6 I can only describe in all of my travelling years as the worst we have stayed in ever, from a bathroom that you could only walk in sideways, broken toilet seat, rickety bed, quaint it was not. Thankfully we were not there long as we came back at 1am from the wedding party. Following morning we were ready for a hearty breakfast so that we could eat and be on our way, On arriving downstairs at 9.10am we were informed that we were too late for breakfast, being speechless was an understatement. Firstly we did not know what time breakfast was as there was no one to ask when we came back at night, the other guest that was booked in to stay had to stay at a friends house in their wedding clothes as no room was allocated and had to return following morning to pick up luggage as their travelling clothes were locked in the living room. They even had the audacity to ask for full payment for the two rooms and for the breakfast we did not have. - A break from hell, but hey-ho the wedding went well.
Wonderful oldie worldie kind of pub
The rooms are accessible without entering the bar providing privacy to your stay.
The hotel is clean with unusual features common in period buildings. The friendly staff make your stay welcoming without being intrusive.
Stay prior to attending RIAT at Fairford
I booked this for a night stop prior to my son and husband spending a day at the Fairford Air Tattoo.
We had 2 rooms and I was very pleasantly surprised that their rates weren't inflated for this very busy time. Four of us ate on the Thursday evening and we were all pleased that there were chefs dishes rather than the usual chain menu. The food was very good and we did indulge ourselves with the Daily offer of 'all puds just £2'. I had the, obviously homemade, banana bread and butter pudding, very naughty but delicious. In anticipation of the pudding I ordered the 'small' steak and ale pie. Again, a very pleasant surprise that it was a slice from, what certainly appeared to be a large homemade pie, plenty of meat and very tasty. Next morning the boys had breakfast at the earliest time possible then departed for the show. Myself and my sons girlfriend had breakfast at a more leisurely time. The only possible area of concern I would make is you are asked to fill in a form with your breakfast order before 11pm the previous evening. We didn't have a problem with this but I understand some people may be put off. Oh, a minor, second, the top floor rooms are accessed by a fairly narrow and steep staircase, tricky with luggage and with the traditional stone walls wi-fi was intermittent (but there was a convenient chair by the window which gave an immediate connection. The pub itself is set in a beautiful little village in the Cotswold Water Park area and we took a lovely evening walk along the river and through the village before dinner. Having an afternoon drink in the garden afforded us great views of the arriving aircraft.
Friendly, popular village pub and B & B
Spent 5 days at the Eliot.
The room was a little small and dated in the attic on the 2nd floor and the bath and shower a challenge for me as a 6'2 man but all in all it was a good value stay. Staff and owners were helpful and friendly throughout and the breakfasts and complementary drinks in the room were very good. The evening specials were real value for money and the choice and quality of the real ales excellent.
The Hotel had loads of character.
The staff were very friendly and welcoming and service was excellent. Would definitely visit again
Lovely place to stay in South Cerney
Really nice room - very comfortable bed.
Nice cooked breakfast in morning. Very nice!
Eliot Arms by Marstons
Hotel nice and clean quite basic which I expected.the staff were really helpful and pleasent.
It was good value for money. We would stay there again.