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Twee for tea but so out of touch with modern times and tastes which can be so easily be blended in,to elevate the obvious riches to be found in Bibury,however instead an all too perceptible blind ignorance of the customer,results in a comedy of errors,absolute...More
The real British B&B experience of times past. Exposed wooden beams and a view over the river. And with the floral wallpaper and the friendly owners, it felt more like visiting a relative than staying in a hotel. Surprised to read the negative reviews here....More
Very disappointed with our visit to this quaint looking tea room. Service was very poor despite the owners and waiting staff congregating around the counter. Tea was ok, cakes were ok, but unforgivable was the cheese plate which instead of fabulous local cheeses had sorry...More
Find else where to eat !!!. Pot of tea for one ,tiny cup of supposedly filter coffee, tasted like instant ?one scone,tiny amount of Jam and something in pot that was suppose to resemble clotted cream.plus small slice of Victoria sponge £12.20.!! Tourist trap ,...More
Bibury is popular at any time of year. Many cars were parked in February and one coach added to the mix. Clearly in summer the situation would be totally untenable and unpleasant for the discerning casual visitor. So one of the advantages in February was...More