On one of the prettiest high streets in the Cotswolds, Burford House is steadily amassing a reputation as one of the stand-out stops in this part of the world. The welcome, from owners Stewart and Ian is hugely warm, and the rest of their staff are friendly and vastly knowledgeable about the local area. This level of care and intelligence is reflected throughout the House.
  Each of the 8 bedrooms comes in something of a different hue and with its own personal array of antique furniture, pictures and porcelain. The effect seems always harmonious; rich browns and greens in rooms Southrop and Windrush with views on to the garden, elsewhere soft French blues and pinks give Westwell a lighter feel, while warm terracottas and golds lend Wychwood a certain hint of decadence. Many visitors remark that the beds themselves are especially comfortable, while the large bathrooms are spotlessly clean and rather well-equipped.
  Up to date magazines, many readable books and a large DVD library continue to give the impression that every angle has been covered here. Breakfast is top class while the new owners have also started offering lunch from Monday to Saturday and dinner on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Early reports on the food have been good and we would welcome more feedback.