We stayed for one night - our room was upstairs. It had everything we needed. A nice comfy bed, tea and coffee making facilities with biscuits, en suite with a good shower and bath. A few little extras like the magazines and toiletries were nice touches. Everything was spotlessly clean. We had our two dogs with us and they were welcomed. It would have been nice to have a garden room, but we booked quite late so they were probably full. There is a large heated conservatory where you can sit and take dogs if you wish - they are not allowed into the main restaurant and bar area. There is a charge of £10 per night per dog.
We had an evening meal in the restaurant. It is quite quirky and a bit of a time warp, but the service was very welcoming and attentive without being obtrusive. The food was good too - we particularly enjoyed our starters - soup and the wild mushroom salad, which were both delicious. The mains were good but a little rich for our liking. We shared a desert which was griddled pineapple and liquorice ice-cream - this was delicious too. It was expensive, but the quality was above average so you get for what you pay for.
The inclusive breakfast comprised cereals, fresh fruit salad (which was beautifully presented), toast, croissants, pain au chocolate, jams, fresh orange juice and a choice of tea or coffee. We chose to pay a bit extra for scrambled egg and bacon.
Jane made us feel very welcome. We would definitely like a return trip.
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- Also Known As:
- The Three Lions Hotel Stuckton
- The 3 Lions