Paradise in glorious Cotswold countryside, Thyme offers luxurious, flexible accomodation in a collection of fine stone buildings. It’s classy, understated and far more than just a hotel. Food is its raison d’être, with first-class chefs, a highly regarded cookery school and most produce is sourced directly from its own kitchen farm and gardens. Breakfast is in the stunning Tithe Barn: lunch and dinner in The Swan, Thyme’s charming village pub, while The Baa is equally fun and stylish for coffee, lunch, tea or botanical cocktails. Guests can book to stay in a bedroom or cottage suite. Enjoy drinks on the terrace, boules in the walled garden and games by a log fire. The rooms are decorated with great attention to detail and furnished with every conceivable comfort. For more independence and your own living space, go for one of the two cottages. If you are bringing young children and dogs with you, Old Walls welcomes both.
TOP TIP… Alongside classes at its cookery school, Thyme offers sustainable, seasonal forages and newly launched early bird walks with in-house ethnobotanist, Claudio Bincoletto.
Doubles from £260
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