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Three Ways House Hotel: The Pudding Club

We spent just the one night in the Three Ways House Hotel as part of our Friday night trip to the Pudding Club.

The hotel is lovely and the staff couldn't have been friendlier or more helpful. We stayed in one if the non themed rooms, which was very comfortable.

It has a very nice bar and lovely garden area. Puddings are everywhere you look, from the key rings of the rooms to the weather vane on the chimney.

The food is excellent. Traditional British puddings are a big part of the menu and if the weekly Friday night Pudding Club is full, which it normally is, then the next best thing is to book in for a sumptuous Sunday lunch. This can be a two or three course meal with a choice of roast beef, pork or fish. Dessert is a pudding buffet, which means you can visit as many times as you wish. If you make an afternoon of it I'm sure you'll be able to take in at least five or six visits.

Three Ways House is famously known as Home of The Pudding Club - established here in the Cotswold village of Mickleton way back in 1985! Over the years many thousands of pudding lovers have flocked to Mickleton to celebrate the Great British pudding and indulge in proper puddings, mostly with custard

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Food and Dining, Luxury Travel
  • Written April 23, 2010
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