“This hotel has not yet been inspected and reviewed by the Hotel Guru but has been recommended by other guides that we respect.”
"Decked in a medley of greys, blues and greens and with striking prints and graphic artworks on the walls, The Painswick exudes chic comfort."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)
"The kitchen is overseen by Michelin-starred chef Michael Bedford – an indication of the ambition and quality on offer throughout the Painswick Hotel, which extends to many generous-size rooms, with their stacks of books and harmonious mix of country house and industrial-chic decor."
Originally published by The Guardian (view article)
"Each of the 19 rooms is themed, with period engravings. Many look out over the valley, and our choice had a four-poster bed, overdosing on deep Georgian blues, gold caskets, fireplace and twinned baths, complete with rubber ducks."
Originally published by Independent (view article)
"Head down a narrow twisting lane in the picturesque village of Painswick and a vision of honey-stone south Cotswolds loveliness arises: the Painswick restaurant-with-rooms"
Originally published by The Times (view article)
"There’s a neon sign just inside the entrance, bakelite phones with a sheep face in the center, vibrant colors everywhere, carved rams heads over the beds in the 16 rooms, and philosophy statements in signs such as “Earth Without Art Is Eh.”
Originally published by Forbes (view article)