In 1563 Francis, Duke of Guise was assassinated while besieging Orléans, the English surrendered Le Havre to the French after a siege and what is now The Wild Duck Inn was built. A lot has changed since then; England and France are on slightly better terms and there are far fewer sieges. One thing that remains the same though is The Wild Duck Inn, which still offers a warm welcome to guests and maintains its historic charm…
We’ve joined forces with this 16th century inn for today’s kgbdeal, to bring you a two-night Cotswolds break for just £89. The package includes bed and breakfast for two, complete with your very own four-poster bed. All this would usually set you back up to £220, which means we’re delivering a discount of up to 60% on a trip back in time (kind of).
about The Wild Duck Inn
The Wild Duck Inn is a traditional Cotswold inn that dates back to 1563 and is uniquely situated in the quiet village of Ewen. Since it combines 16th century character with 21st century luxury, each room at this welcoming hotel has been refurbished with handmade black lacquered four poster beds. Take a look at what each of these individually-styled rooms has to offer here >