My wife and I spent a night at the Hop Pole. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left everything was great. The reception staff were lovely and one lady even came and spoke to us in the bar when she was off duty. The room was clean, spacious and plenty big enough. The breakfast in the morning was great and cheap, set us up for our long journey home. We had been to a party near by so the choice to stay at the Hop Pole was spot on. We were so relaxed we just walked out of the premises and went home. Forgot to hand back the room key and pay my bar bill !! Not a problem had swiped my card the night before. Contacted them when we got home and they were fine about it all. The key has been posted back by the way. Thank you all for a great stay, when we come back to Tewkesbury we will stay at the Hop Pole.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This well-known landmark is an amalgamation of historic buildings dating from the 15th and 18th centuries, known as a number of names, including The Crown during King Henry VIII's reign. However, eventually it was named The Royal Hop Pole when Queen Mary stayed in 1937 and gave it the official 'Royal.' Charles Dickens even mentions The Royal Hop Pole in his first novel, The Pickwick Papers. Other interesting information and pictures are located all over the hotel, including information on how the Medieval Banqueting Hall was discovered when the hotel was recently refurbished. The Royal Hop Pole has its own beautiful garden which leads to the banks of The River; there you can see picturesque views of the surrounding countryside and the Malverns. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Royal Hop Pole Hotel Tewkesbury