The Churchill Arms
Location: United Kingdom
The Churchill Arms at Paxford is located in the heart of the rural Cotswold hills, just north of the historic town of Stow-on-the-Wold. Set in a typical old stone pub in the centre of Paxford, The Churchill Arms beautifully combines a traditional country inn with a touch of modern design. This contemporary 17th century pub features boutique rooms as well as exceptional food and varied wine and ale choices.
With just two cosy boutique ensuite bedrooms, you will feel part of the village when you stay at The Churchill Arms. Expect character in the bucketloads; creaky floor boards, slightly sloping floors, bags of original features and beautiful old wooden beams. All this is complemented by modern luxuries like flatscreen TV, personal espresso machine, complimentary wifi and luxury bathroom amenities. Sit and ponder on the window seat complete with views over the rolling Cotswold countryside. Relax on the sprawling king-sized bed covered in the finest quality Egyptian cotton sheets tucked in with Voyage Wool blankets.
Cuisine is the highlight at The Churchill Arms and is prepared by the Head Chef and Proprietor, Nick Deverell-Smith and his team. Nick has previously worked at top restaurants like Simpsons in Kenilworth and Mallory Court and then in London under Gordon Ramsay, Marcus Wareing, and most influentially Eric Chavot, so expect to be blown away by the food. The Churchill Arms’ menu shows off his skills for creating clever and delicious twists on some British classics. Consistent winners are the must-try smoked haddock soufflé followed by deconstructed cheesecakes!
With family and local life at the heart of their pub, Nick and his team will make you feel at home. Digest the great food, fine beverages and gorgeous views out onto the little church opposite and the rolling fields beyond. This is a rustic idyll of peace and beauty, and a unique one-of-a-kind escape with glorious food.
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