The Horse & Groom is a quintessential English Country Village Inn, dating back to 1580.
This Grade II Listed Cotswold stone inn is full of character with exposed stone-walls, flagstone and oak floors, hefty beams and roaring fires and from its early days as a simple hostelry it has been updated without losing its wonderful charm.
A privately owned and operated Freehouse with open log fires, a bar, large dining area, outside terrace and beer garden, complete with a large private car park. The Horse and Groom is a great place to relax, eat, drink and indeed stay overnight with a guaranteed warm and friendly welcome from owners, Simon and Sally Jackson.
Featured in The Good Pub Guide, Alastair Sawday’s Special Places, Good Beer Guide, Michelin Guide to Pubs, amongst others, this ‘Little Gem in the Cotswolds’ is situated in the beautiful conservation village of Oddington and in an area of outstanding natural beauty, 1.5 miles east of Stow on the Wold, close to Cheltenham, Cirencester, Woodstock, Oxford, Stratford upon Avon and Warwick.
Dogs are welcome in the bar, restaurant and garden but regrettably not in the bedrooms.