South of Stratford-upon-Avon, on the edge of the Cotswolds, discover The College Arms. A country pub, in the the picturesque village of Lower Quinton. Originally owned by King Henry VIII, it has an informal bar and restaurant, with four comfortable guest rooms. Personally run by the mother and daughter team Marilyn and Joanna, you are promised a warm welcome and quality service. they have turned The College Arms back into the proper pub this Cotswold village deserves. The comfortable rooms have everything you would expect, and make an ideal touring base to stay for a night or several. They are all en-suite, though you may need to watch your head in some rooms. A small price to pay, for the charm and hospitality The College Arms has to offer. The bar is an old-fashioned village get-together room, with a log fire, darts, dominos and a quiz night in the Winter. A bar menu is on offer for those who dont want to eat in the restaurant. So come and have a look, you dont know who you might meet. The lounge and restaurant, with a flickering fire and candles in the evening is an ideal setting for a meal or just a chat with your friends. With views across to the village church and thatched cottages, make it a regular destination. Or, why not eat out in the walled garden on a warm night, with the scent of the honeysuckle and jasmine in the back ground. And for weddings, christenings, funerals parties or just a get-together, ask for a quote for our private room with garden or the larger restaurant area.