My boyfriend and I stayed here while visiting Berkeley for a wedding. We booked a double room and was given room 1. The look of the room was nice, flat screen TV, tea/coffee facilities. The bathroom was ok, was clean but wasn't sure about it being carpeted. There seemed to be a problem with the plumbing too, as if you flushed the toilet/washed your hands or used the shower, it made a horrendous noise. Our family stayed in other rooms and could hear the noise. I think their rooms were better as they didn't experience that problem. They also had nice comfy beds. Ours however was very uncomfortable, we didn't sleep very well. It was very hard and rolled in the middle. Felt like the mattress was very thin. The breakfast was lovely, would recommend full English. Staff were friendly too. We paid nearly £100 for our double which I do feel is too much for what we got. We have a lot of weekend breaks and have had a much better standard of room for the same price.
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- The Malt House has 9 en-suite bedrooms all of which are tastefully decorated in the traditional charm and style of the hotel. All rooms have a T.V, tea/coffee making facilities and a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere which gives the feeling of a home from home.The restaurant is on two levels, and with soft lighting, oak beams and wood panelling surrounds the visitor in ageless ambience. Seating nearly sixty, bookings for large parties are readily accommodated. It is always advisable to book well ahead, especially for weekends. Menus at the Malt House are extensive, with something to suit every taste and requirement, there are regular specials displayed as well as the Chef’s Specialities and a vegetarian selection.The traditional pub offers an excellent range of beers, wines and spirits, which can be enjoyed in a relaxed and informal setting. The comfortable environment is ideal for a friendly conversation with friends and also boasts a selection of traditional pub games, including Darts, Bar Billiards and a full size Skittle Alley.Berkeley is two miles West off of the main Gloucester/Bristol trunk road (A38) and sits at the head of the Berkeley Vale, some of Gloucestershire's most beautiful countryside. The town is the birthplace of Edward Jenner, a pioneer of English medicine, and you can visit his old house which is now a Museum dedicated to his work. The most famous attraction in the area is Berkeley Castle, which has stood for over 900 years, while there are a multitude of walks and sceneries to be enjoyed. ... more less
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