The Grapevine is an award winning 17th century hotel set in the heart of one of the Cotswold's prettiest villages. The hotel offers individual character bedrooms and relaxing lounge areas to unwind. Stow on the Wold is right in the heart of the Cotswolds, with plenty of boutique shops and cafe's.
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From £50.75 pppn for a 4 night stay, to £84.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a classic room and receive:
- 3 course a-la-carte Dinner for two on one evening
- Full English Breakfast daily
- A chilled bottle of Champagne on arrival
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- 17th Century privately owned coaching inn
- Set in the centre of the bustling Cotswold market town of Stow
- Character bedrooms
- Bar, restaurant and lounge facilities
- Perfect base to explore the Cotswolds
- Stow-on-the-Wold can be quite popular and busy during the day. Tourist day trippers depart of the evening and things become a bit more serene.
How to find The Grapevine
Good to know
Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
8am - 10am
There is a car park to the rear of the hotel.
The restaurant is popular with local customers therefore should the car park be full when you arrive, please speak to a member of the hotel team who will direct you to the next closest one. At time of writing there is a free car park next to the Tesco Car park, called the Fosseway. It is approximately a 10 minute walk from the hotel therefore we recommend dropping off your bags first. (29/10/2015)
Limited due to the date of the building
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged £20 per night per person for extra beds.
Maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Extra beds or baby cot need to be confirmed, for enquiries contact us on 0845 287 1007.
Supplements can be paid separately in the hotel.
History of the hotel
Stow-on-the-Wold is known as the antique centre of the Cotswolds. Its attractive mellow Cotswold stone houses, the ancient stocks on the green and little passageways, date back to the days when sheep were herded through the market square in the heyday of the wool trade. Stow was welcoming visitors before 1107 AD when King Henry I established a town market. In 1476 King Edward IV granted, by Charter, two fairs which to this day are held in May and October.
Unfortunately, dogs are no longer allowed in this hotel
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