A relaxing stay at a country house hotel near the Cotswolds, with AA Rosette-awarded diningTreating yourself to delicious fare at Restaurant 56, headed by an award-winning chef and a MasterChef The Professionals finalist
The hotel's great location near the Cotswolds and Oxford
Climbing to the top of Faringdon's Folly Tower, to see across five counties
What To Know
Faringdon is just a 5-minute walk from the property while central Oxford is about a 30-minute drive
Free WiFi works well
Free onsite parking is available
An elegant country hotel on the edge of the Cotswolds, with plush interiors and an award-winning restaurant
Conveniently located on the edge of the Cotswolds, between Swindon and Oxford, Sudbury House in part comprises a white Grade II-listed Georgian house that previously belonged to Sir William Glock, former BBC Controller of Music. It’s likely you’ll soon be singing the praises of its effortless approach to hospitality, which earned it a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
The other half of the hotel is in a newer building, seamlessly incorporated with the old and overlooking nine acres of well-kept gardens. Rooms are tastefully refurbished, and the lounge is great for a pre-dinner tipple in cosy surrounds. Dining is the real cherry on the cake here. Headed up by Executive Chef Andrew Scott (who features on this year's Great British Menu, representing the central region) and sous chef Nick Bennett, a MasterChef The Professionals finalist, the restaurant has a bulging trophy cabinet, having been awarded three AA Rosettes and being named the Oxfordshire Gastronomic Restaurant of the Year in 2015.