Three Ways House Hotel, BW Signature Collection
Why We Love This Hotel
- Lovely location in the heart of the Cotswolds
- The hotel hosts the unique Pudding Club -- with up to 7 different puddings to sample -- every Friday night
- There's a pretty rose garden & guests can enjoy a drink on the terrace overlooking the lawns
- AA-Rosette-awarded restaurant serves typical Cotswolds fare
The Three Ways House Hotel is in the Cotswolds village of Mickleton, with its honey-coloured stone buildings and thatched roofs. It's home to the Pudding Club (supplements apply), which meets every Friday evening and gives guests the chance to tuck into seven British desserts, laced with lashings of cream, chocolate sauce or custard. Some rooms are similarly pudding themed -- stay in the Chocolate Suite, which has deep, dark, silky bedding and truffle-shaped cushions, or the custard-coloured Spotted Dick Room.
Set on the northern edge of the Cotswolds, the hotel is a 15-minute drive from Stratford-upon-Avon, and five minutes by car from Hidcote Manor Garden (a National Trust property), and Kiftsgate Court Garden. The pretty market town of Chipping Camden is 8 minutes away.
In the winter, guests can relax in front of the log fire, while there's a rose-filled garden to admire in the summer. The AA-Rosette-awarded restaurant has a weekly changing menu and serves seasonal local produce. For after-dinner drinks or more informal dining, try Randall's, which serves classics such as steamed steak and kidney pudding, as well as a selection of local ales.
The hotel has 48 individually designed bedrooms -- Superior Rooms are in the Main House, while most of the Pudding Rooms are in the Garden Wing. Opt for a larger Superior Room for a Bose music system, towelling robes and posh toiletries. Some of the ground-floor rooms have a private patio garden.