The Telegraph says: Thyme, Caryn Hibbert’s Cotswolds haven, started as a cookery school and has evolved into an epicurean country-chic hotel with a restaurant and spa. Guests will easily be able to relax at this laid-back enterprise set in a particularly glorious part of Gloucestershire. read more
The Independent says: Set within a quiet corner of the Cotswolds – the village of Southrop to be precise – Thyme is just what you’d want from a country escape. Relaxation? Check. Bucolic surrounds? Check. Characterful rooms, great food and a pub within walking distance? Check, check and check. read more
Olive Magazine says: Set deep in the rolling Cotswolds countryside, in the quiet village of Southrop, Thyme is exactly what you want from a rural escape. A 150-acre estate, it is home to a cookery school, pub, holiday cottages, cocktail bar and restaurant while the 15th century manor house at its heart (and various outlying barns) is now a boutique hotel. read more
About Time Magazine says: Oh, Thyme. The loveliest place on earth. This isn’t a hotel. This isn’t a cookery school. This is so, so much more. If you’re a fan of the Cotswolds – with its beautiful, chocolate-box villages, quaint tea shops, stunning walks and sense of peace – then this is one place you can’t miss. read more
Country and Townhouse says: Paradise in glorious Cotswold countryside, Thyme offers luxurious bedrooms in a collection of fine stone buildings, all decorated with great attention to detail and furnished with every conceivable comfort. It’s far more than just a hotel. Food is its raison d’être, with first-class chefs, a highly regarded cookery school and exceptional produce from its own farm and kitchen gardens. read more





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