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Rowley Manor Country House Hotel

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Rowley Road, Little Weighton HU20 3XR England
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Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Little Weighton does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Rowley Manor Country House Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.

Rooms at Rowley Manor Country House Hotel provide a flat screen TV, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.

In addition, while staying at Rowley Manor Country House Hotel guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a gift shop, and express check-in and check-out. You can also enjoy free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Rowley Manor Country House Hotel.

While in Little Weighton be sure to experience local fish and chips favorites at The Black Horse.

Rowley Manor Country House Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Little Weighton.

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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
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Beverley R wrote a review Aug 2022
Whitby, United Kingdom7 contributions3 helpful votes
The drive up to the hotel is delightful however once you reach the front entrance you really don’t know what to expect inside…..the hotel is very tired and is in need of upgrading. That said after the last few years I can understand why the owner may not have the finances to do any of the work that is needed. The staff certainly make up for a lot and are a credit to the hotel. Rohan and the lady serving breakfast seem to be doing a lot of the work and are extremely helpful. This hotel is in a lovely location in stunning setting and the staff really are wonderful. We had a lovely breakfast our bed was clean and the views from our balcony were lovely. I would urge the owner to address the kerb appeal at the very least.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Emma P wrote a review Aug 2022
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Rowley Manor is an old period hotel set in a wonderfully quiet part of the world, which was exactly what we wanted. Yes it is a bit shabby, yes it is in need of some upgrading but the creaky floor boards and the old fashioned interior add to the total charm of the place. Yes the shower was not superbly powerful but it was adequate and the room furniture is a little dated but this caused no deflection from the fact that the staff and the food were superb. Our evening meal was quietly understated but actually was freshly cooked with local ingredients to an incredibly high standard. Breakfast was lovely, overlooking fields and harvesting in the fields. We had a cooked breakfast and I had boiled egg and toast, but there was also plenty of other choices, pastries, toast, cereals etc. The service was impeccable, the staff lovely and friendly. We will definitely be back, it was a lovely hidden gem of a place to stay.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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WorldWideWriter wrote a review Aug 2022
Bath, United Kingdom39 contributions13 helpful votes
First the good. The hotel is in a nice quiet rural location, and is in a period property, with a sense of faded gentiility. We had dinner in the restaurant one evening, and it was very good (and vegetarians were catered for). Then the not so good. We had a room with a four poster bed which looked lovely but was unfortunately rather narrow and uncomfortable. And the plumbing was very noisy! And breakfast was very average - the only hot food on offer was full English, with no alternative for vegetarians or anyone who didn't want a fryup. The hotel is also very short staffed (presumably having the same problems in getting staff as other places at present) and it is sometimes a bit difficult to find anyone.
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Munro100 wrote a review Jul 2022
Nottingham, United Kingdom30 contributions18 helpful votes
We were worried after seeing past reviews but had prepaid a night's stay with Booking.com so decided to give it a try. We were upgraded to a four poster room as we needed a walk in shower. The room was big with old but comfortable furnishings. Bedding was clean and the bathroom looked as though it had been updated. Some issues with the room were windows sealed up so unable to open them and the hot water was only tepid. However, dinner was very good and breakfast was fine. The bar was very friendly and we enjoyed drinks there before dinner. All credit must go to the staff who work incredibly to provide a good service. They made our stay much more enjoyable than we had expected. This is an old building which has only just been taken over by new owners. There is a mountain of work for them to bring it up to today's standards but they deserve the chance to accomplish this. We would stay against need a hotter shower next time!
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Elaine B wrote a review Jul 2022
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The location of this hotel is lovely, the exterior on arrival is a bit unkept but an attractive building with plenty of parking. The downstairs areas were cluttered and dated but comfortable and clean the welcome we received was warm and polite and efficiently done, it’s just when you actually get upstairs to the rooms it becomes apparent how neglected the hotel is. The first room we were allocated was at the top of the building and no bigger than a cleaners cupboard but after rejecting it we were shown to another larger room on the floor below. We did accept this but it was badly in need of not only a bit of TLC but totally gutting and redecorating, the furniture was old the wardrobe only had 4 black plastic coat hangers the walls were scuffed and there were holes in the walls. The bathroom was adequate but the shower was useless and the hot water very hit and miss. Had we not booked a local restaurant which we were looking forward to we would have left immediately and asked to be refunded but as the room was clean and the bedding clean with a comfortable bed we decided to stick it out and on reflection we are glad we did. After our meal we returned and went into the ( quite shabby) bar for a nightcap where we were met by the young man from reception and a another member of staff who were absolutely delightful and recommended a couple of drinks we wouldn’t have normally had and were chatty and welcoming. We had a good nights sleep ( which we didn’t expect as we were right by the kitchen extractor but was turned off around 9pm but back on around 8am) and went downstairs to a fabulous breakfast the choice outstanding from croissants and lovely thick toast to a full English perfectly cooked and served. Again the breakfast staff were absolutely lovely, friendly, attentive and efficient all served in a big airy dining room. So after our initial disappointment and the dire state of the rooms it turned out to be a great weekend but that’s only down to the wonderful staff and the first class cleaner who deserves a medal for keeping the place so clean under the circumstances it must be the hardest job in not an old building but a dilapidated one at that. After all the difficulties we experienced I can’t help but love the place and to be honest would actually stay again but would want a much better room with a better shower and better furniture.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Don’t expect too much and don’t take any notice of the pics online
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Ashley B wrote a review Jul 2022
15 contributions3 helpful votes
We visited today for afternoon tea. The staff on reception were very friendly. The food was good and freshly made, it was appreciated that there was a good vegetarian option. The cake selection was excellent & the red velvet was particularly tasty! The building itself is looking a bit tired, but after the past couple of years that's perhaps to be expected.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Felicity wrote a review Jul 2022
3 contributions4 helpful votes
Visited at 11:30am for a morning coffee and scone as a treat for my elderly mother. Bar Room seemed dirty, with a table of uncleared breakfast pots so we sat in the window. General appearance was it needed a good clean. Windows were filthy and covered in old cobwebs with dead blue bottles and flies in them. I had to go and find someone to serve us after we had been there 10 minutes as no one seemed to know we had arrived. I don’t think they can be used to passing trade and I am assuming they mainly thrive on functions. We were eventually served by a very friendly polite young man and ordered two coffees and two scones. The coffees came first and were good, but we had finished them by the time the warmed scones arrived. They looked lovely, served on a slate with a strawberry and icing sugar coating, along with jam and cream, however when we tried to slice them they were solid and still frozen in the middle. I went to find someone and sent mine back and asked for it to be warmed through, whereas my mum battled on with hers but joked she was glad she still had her own teeth! I told her she shouldn’t eat a partially frozen scone but she was too embarrassed to leave it. When mine finally came back re heated, it was too solid and dry to eat so I gave up and left it. I paid and we left. (£15 for two coffees and inedible scones!!!!) ‘Powder room’ left a lot to be desired, but the less said about that the better. One was ‘out of order’ and the other not fit to use, so I crossed my legs until I got home.! It might be a beautiful building in superb grounds, but if it can’t manage the basics of a scone, even if not used to passing trade, and they can’t run a duster and cobweb remover around the place and clean the loos, it doesn’t bode well in my opinion. Disappointing to say the least. Polite member of staff though.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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w jane c wrote a review Jun 2022
Dunstable, United Kingdom46 contributions35 helpful votes
Have stayed at this hotel before , but can’t remember when or much about it. However if our room then had was like the one we just stayed in l am sure l would have remembered, it was small and dark with no ventilation. This was very uncomfortable. Rohan who was on duty the whole time we were there told us that they had an issue with health & safety so windows had been sealed, because as the hotel is a listed building changes could not be made to the building’s appearance. That said the restaurant served some excellent food for dinner which was its saving grace.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Response from Chef-Lee Carter, Owner at Rowley Manor Country House Hotel
Responded Jun 30, 2022
Thank you for your review, we are have just taken take. Over Rowley and have made the food our first port of call, we have now started the rooms and we are with refurbishment ASAP kind regards Lee Carter
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F M wrote a review Jun 2022
Perhentian Islands, Malaysia39 contributions56 helpful votes
We booked a room the day before discounted through late rooms which went via Booking.com . We were asked to say what time we would arrive and we received,” Permission .” To do so!!!! On arrival we were directed to our room. I am afraid to say it was the worst hotel room I we have ever stayed in. The mattresses were extremely soft. They were like floating on a giant spring. The room was decorated in wood chip magnoliaed. Everything in the room worked but you could not open the sash window because the cords had gone. The room was seeming clean but the bed throw had simply been turned over to hide a bad mark. The bathroom still had an avocado suite!! It worked but the bath creaked like mad as you stood in it to shower. The pressure was low. On the floor behind the hand basin amazingly there were tiles set up at 45 degrees presumably to deal with a leak or something. There was no window and no ventilation. Appallingly the fire door on the landing from the first floor to the staircase for our second floor was constantly wedged open during our stay. Staff were really doing their very very best to make you feel welcome and accommodate your needs. Half the staff were students doing their best with limited training. The two more senior staff were really good. We booked in for an evening meal. The choice was very limited but the meal itself was excellent. Breakfast was very basic. There was no fruit or yogurt. The full English was excellent. The hotel inside is basically old and tired in public areas but pleasant on a coolish with big open fires. The grounds to the rear are the real gem of the place - with a small church in the grounds. Enormous potential. A wonderful setting for weddings - relaxed and informal. Simply put the hotel rooms are so tired and the fire risk associated with a wedged fire door I would strongly advise against staying in this hotel. A wedding could be nice with the grounds and the church on a nice day but not sure how good your food would be like, they skimped on breakfast.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Chef-Lee Carter, Owner at Rowley Manor Country House Hotel
Responded Jun 30, 2022
Sorry to hear about your stay, we have recently taken over Rowley and have sorted the food out first and we are getting some amazing reviews on the food and service, we have just started the rooms and doing them one by one, it’s a 401 year old building and we will get there at some point but as you may well know buildings of this age and after 3 lockdowns have there issues. That we are with fixing Kind regards Lee Carter
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beautybiz98 wrote a review Jun 2022
Palos Verdes, California1 contribution
We celebrated my mother's 90th birthday with 20 friends for lunch at Rowley Manor. The food and service were excellent and of course the beautiful pastoral setting Of Rowley Manor made it a very memorable day. A big thank you to all the staff. Would highly recommend.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from Chef-Lee Carter, Owner at Rowley Manor Country House Hotel
Responded Jun 30, 2022
Thank you for your amazing review and I can’t wait to reward the staff for all there hard work Kind regards Lee Carter
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PRICE RANGE
$84 - $119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United KingdomEnglandYorkshireEast Riding of YorkshireLittle Weighton
NUMBER OF ROOMS
16
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rowley Manor Country House Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Rowley Manor Country House Hotel?
Nearby attractions include William's Den (4.6 miles), Skidby Windmill and Museum (2.9 miles), and Tea & Bisque-it (3.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Rowley Manor Country House Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Rowley Manor Country House Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Rowley Manor Country House Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Rowley Manor Country House Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include That's Amore, Solos Music Cafe, and The Black Horse.
Are pets allowed at Rowley Manor Country House Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Rowley Manor Country House Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Rowley Manor Country House Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Hull Minster (8.1 miles), Wilberforce House Museum (8.2 miles), and The White Horse Inn (5.7 miles).
Does Rowley Manor Country House Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the park view available here.