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Inn for All Seasons
Motorhome Pub Stopover
|Little Barrington, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom, OX18 4TN|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|The Inn for All Seasons is a handsome 16th century coaching inn situated beside the A40 near Burford. Burford is recognised as the gateway to the Cotswolds and the inn makes an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area.|
We have a fantastic restaurant serving food all day. Be it breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner. The restaurant is famous for its fresh fish menu and showcases the best of British and local produce.
Free if eating/drinking at the Inn
|Please phone ahead if wishing to stopover. Table reservations advised.|
162m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Had a great meal very friendly staff loveley atmosphere sat by fire on a cold night a bit further than 10 minuite walk from bourton on the water maybe 10 miles drive but worth the driveView all reviews by robertbowen
Nice place. Staff very welcoming. Had a lovely meal and a couple of pints.View all reviews by nigelterry63
Didn't use any water or waste facilities so not sure how they were. Not much of a view but tbh we only stayed to eat and sleep.
Some road noise, but slept well after a busy week and a couple of drinks. Its fine as an overnight and you could walk into Bourton on the Water in 10 mins or so, which is a lovely village.
Lovely welcome from Eddie and his team . Food in the restaurant was excellent and good value. Free to overnight, water and dump available.View all reviews by holidays
Stayed here one night. Being a Sunday we booked a table ahead. In summary service was awful, we waited 45 minutes to be served and it took 2 hours to achieve 2 courses food was OK though if I hadn't been so hungry I would have sent mine back as it was burnt! It was very expensive too. There are no facilities but the pub opens for breakfast at 8am so if you can hang on that long you can use the toilets then (no showers). I can honestly say that this is not a good stopover due to the road noise.View all reviews by wkdtroll
Very welcoming hosts at the Inn. Great beer and excellent food (especially strong on fish) at fair prices. The parking was straightforward to access and flat enough not to require levellers. The site/car park is next to the A40 and traffic noise is evident, although it does ease off at night. If you're a light sleeper this might be an issue although we slept quite well.View all reviews by kpadams
This was our first ever pub stop over. We arrived late and unfortunately it was raining and very windy. They had finished serving meals at the pub but let us order food anyway. They left the bar door unlocked over night so we could have access to the bathroom. Very friendly staff and locals and very dog friendly.View all reviews by rubytuesday123
Lovely stop olde worlde pub, good food a little expensive but we were there in wednesday so special offer. Friendly staff, would definately use again.View all reviews by ellypittam65
Stayed here the weekend, we have a 26ft motorhome so ours when parked was on a slight incline as the carpark is only flat at the bottom and they like you to park facing up. Still it suited us for 1 night, owners were friendly. Food is great but a bit on the expensive side. Couldnt see anywhere to dump grey or fill up but then we didnt need it. Being next to the A40 it was a but noisey but all in all i would recommend.View all reviews by sa11zac