Adding a little milk and honey and a rather exciting dining experience to the pretty village, The Painswick Hotel in the Cotswolds is a wonderful restaurant with rooms that possesses a certain je ne sais quoi that tugs on your heart strings.
It’s not only the cool, contemporary interior design and quirky artwork that captures your gaze, the striking stone building filled with 18th century charm also vies for your attention. The hotel brings an intriguing eccentricity to Painswick yet makes itself right at home in this sleepy village of tempting delis and independent boutiques that line the winding streets.
Perched on a hilltop, The Painswick looks out across the valley, offering the most hypnotic views to guests staying in the garden wing. If you want get up close and personal to the hills and valleys, The Cotswold Way National Trail is just a stone’s throw from the village.
The Painswick Hotel in Gloucestershire sees artistic touches strewn among the cool backdrop of French grey panelled walls, stone fireplaces and parquet flooring, giving it a playful yet urbane feel. The Bakelite telephones, colourful wellies lined up by the entrance, and neon Painswick sign add a real sense of childlike fun.
With great food and hospitality being intrinsic to the hotel, The Painswick is a pretty impressive restaurant with rooms, which the Cotswolds has welcomed with open arms. Decked out in sleek, petrol blue chairs, the restaurant provides a fitting setting for the contemporary and exciting dishes created by Michelin Starred Chef, Michael Bedford.
Once you are suitably satiated, the 16 bedrooms invite you to slumber in the most relaxing surroundings, where muted tones and soft fabrics are splashed with colour to combine elegance with designer chic.
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