We took a sneak peek into this gorgeous hotel to bring you luxe style inspiration anyone can steal
The Wild Rabbit
Hotel: The Wild Rabbit
Address: Church Street, Kingham, Oxfordshire, OX7 6YA
Price: From £150 per night for a small double room
Contact: 01608 658389; thewildrabbit.co.uk
LOCATION: Set in the small, pretty village of Kingham in Oxfordshire, this traditional 18th-century inn is nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds.
ROOMS: The award-winning Daylesford Organic farm team was tasked with reinventing this property, and its proprietor and Daylesford founder Lady Carole Bamford has spent more than £1 million on the refurbishment. It’s an investment that has certainly paid off. The overall look combines pared-down style with stripped-back walls and handcrafted furniture.
All 12 rooms are spacious yet cosy with quality mattresses, pure linen bed sheets and toiletries from nearby Bamford Haybarn spa. The soft colour palette of greys, blues and taupes makes for a calming feel, while the chunky wooden furniture adds a rustic but chic look.
FAMOUS FOR: Being dubbed the poshest pub in Britain. The hotel restaurant serves organic food from its own garden and also supports local suppliers. The hotel was named Pub of the Year 2015 in Michelin Eating Out in Pubs guide and placed in the top 10% of The AA’s 2015 guide.
CELEBRITY GUESTS: It’s a favourite with Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden and you may also bump into former MP Tessa Jowell.
YOU CAN BUY THE LOOK…
Sitting pretty Sink down into this deep armchair Peppy armchair, £735, Loaf.
Shine on Use directional lighting to create warmth Anglepoise Original 1227 lamp, £175, John Lewis
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Wood block Can double up as a stool Driftwood side table, £95, French Connection
Just my type Be inspired by this literary print Typed Love unframed print (H50cm x W70cm), £55, One Must Dash
Pure Style Keep it simple with this pale ash table Bedside table Two, £845, Another Country
Lovely linen Add a touch of zesty orange Small square cushion, £70, Fermoie