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Puesdown Inn
Compton Abdale
Gloucestershire

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The Puesdown Inn is a traditional Cotswold inn, where the emphasis is on hospitality - from the welcoming ambience and the attentive service to the quality of the eating experience. Lovingly refurbished by proprietors, John and Maggie Armstrong, The Puesdown Inn delights with its individually designed surroundings and consideration to detail.

Open log fires, fresh flowers, new oak flooring throughout and lots of cosy sofas combine to make the perfect setting to relax over coffee or drinks, have lunch or dinner, or enjoy Jazz in the Week For al fresco dining, there is a patio and large garden with stunning views.

Within easy reach of London, The Puesdown Inn is the ideal retreat for a week-end (or mid-week) break.

The Puesdown Inn is built of beautiful Cotswold stone and is set back from the A40 Oxford to Cheltenham road. A footpath alongside the inn's gardens leads to the picturesque village of Hazleton, or is the beginning of an 8 mile ramble through stunning countryside.

The Puesdown Inn is easy to find, has a large car park, and provides the perfect location for meeting up with friends, family or business colleagues, the ideal base for exploring the Cotswolds.

Details

Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds Ensuite Accommodation
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: From 80
Single: 50 - Single occupancy
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