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.
I frequently recognise low rankings as an indication of isolated areas of dissatisfaction, however my recent visit to this once proud Manor House left me with both disappointment and regret. I booked a discounted rate of £95.00 for a Deluxe Room for myself and my wife, which represented a substantial saving on the normal rate for the property. The booking procedure via telephone was excellent, and offered little insight into what we committing ourselves to. Upon arrival there was no one at the check-in desk, and it was a ‘waitress’ who finally sought a member of staff to complete procedures. We were given the keys to room 2 and proceeded upstairs to the first floor landing via a now old and sad looking stairway. The room, at the end of a short corridor, faced the front and side of the property, and our first sight on entering was that of a long bland bathroom, with little in the way of soft furnishings. The bath was cracked and scratched in a number of places, the window of plain glass to the gardens and the vanity top derived from a short length of kitchen worktop. The bath fittings were at odds with this ad hoc environment, echoing times past with a Victorian bath filler and hand held shower. Plastic panels around the bath completed what was an uninspiring first impression of our accommodation. Moving to the bedroom, the four poster bed was very well presented with bedding folded for arrival, however this is where the admiration stopped. The large mirror over the black fireplace is old and frankly creepy, with the silver mirror backing evidencing dampness and the ravages of time. The wardrobe and seating have clearly been overpainted in pursuit of a ‘vintage feel’, however failure to remove the underlying blistered varnish layer simply amplifies their cheap and shoddy appearance. The TV is a small screen offering placed on a low table beyond the chez, making it virtually impossible to view from the bed, likewise you almost have to kneel to use the adjacent kettle and packet coffee. Despite the presence of ‘WIFI heating’, a supplementary free standing alternative had been placed in the room, and a folded coffee packet under the rear leg was required to prevent this from humming. Having driven some 100miles to re-visit this once hidden gem, I opted for a bath, only to be confronted with what can only be described as green contaminated water. When I complained, I was told that this could be attributed to little use during the pandemic, and that we could move to another room, albeit with the same water source!! So, I am to assume that in the absence of any bottled water in the rooms, guests are left with only this discoloured tap water to drink during the night hours? We handed back the keys, and drove back home within the hour…….£95.00 light in pocket…
We have used this for Sunday lunch on many occasion's and the food has always been excellent The staff have always been professional and pleasant But today was completely different the staff were new and did not seem to no what they were doing we had to wait a long time for drinks and also for the lunch When it came the roast beef was raw and uneatable I had to send it back My partner had the alleged pork loin which was just fat and cold I could tell the meal was not laid out the same and everything was not the same quality The sweet was nice but minuscule defiantly not the same as before I suspects its changed owners or staff
What a smashing hotel. In a great setting. The staff were very helpful and personable and made every effort to ensure the weekend went well. The rooms were quaint and spotlessly clean, and they helped give my nephew and his bride a perfect wedding. We have never stayed in a hotel where every guest was looked after so we’ll. We would highly recommend Rowley Manor for a stay and will certainly return.
I almost don't know where to start with this review, so numerous are the various issues I had with the hotel, the food and the service. We were stayed one night and had dinner and breakfast, I regret all of it. Now, the setting is very nice, a lovely old manor house with some well clipped grounds and a picturesque church a couple of minutes walk away. Horses in the field, bees buzzing around the flower beds, the local croquet club playing on the lawn, a nice amount of outdoor seating to relax in. Thumbs up at least for that aspect. Inside is a different matter. The hodgepodge of mixed décor has to be seen to be believed. I don't know what vibe they were going for but it looks like someone did a trolley dash in a flea market, grabbed a few extra bits from Home Bargains and finished it off with a load of theatre posters they found in a skip. That may be a matter of personal taste, obviously, but it's hard to appreciate the aesthetic appeal of mouldy dramatic production posters with questionable brown stuff leaking from them ('Ladies Powder Room', cubicle on the right). We were greeted warmly and given keys to the two bedrooms - I opted to take the one on the higher floor to save my parents walking up the frankly ludicrously dangerous tiny windy staircase (half steps on the curve, easy to take a mis-step). My fears were almost immediately realised when a fellow guest (not of our party) took quite a hard tumble bringing his cases up not 5 minutes after us. There is no lift. Our room (9) was spacious and airy with a good amount of storage, a big old wardrobe and a couple of sets of drawers. The two windows looked out over the lawn, fields and countryside beyond. Again, picturesque, and a nice distraction from the rest of the room. I'll try to be brief. The bed was sold as a 4 poster but had no canopy and was nowhere near sturdy enough for my liking. It wobbled and shook every time either of us had the audacity to roll over. I genuinely feared it might collapse in the night. The posts had clearly seen better days and had been reglued on at least once, one had a huge chunk missing. Don't book No. 9 if you're looking for a romantic evening (or any room in the hotel at all really!). The tea tray was a stingy selection (No biscuits? I ask you!) and no bottled waters or options other than tea or coffee. The roller blinds were utterly manky with squashed dead things all over them. The paint and paper was peeling, there were cracks in the ceiling and paintwork. There was dust in the corners, on the skirting and on the 'chandelier' (another gaudy bargain shop special, see also the bedside lamps). The carpet was thin and poorly laid. The mirrors were pitted and dirty. The TV was tiny and there was no socket near the dressing table for a hair dryer or straighteners. However, there was an industrial style coiled extension cable that I was able to drag out from under the bed to solve that little dilemma. The bathroom, again, was poorly appointed. My husband braved a bath before dinner but could barely get in it. It was honestly smaller than the one we had in our cabin on our last cruise. Again, the paint was peeling, the bath had cracks in it and, being worried I'd get out of the shower dirtier than I got in, I actually eschewed a shower in the morning, opting for a quick strip wash. The toilet also came dangerously close to overflowing each time it was flushed. The selection of toiletries was poor - not even a shower cap. All the accoutrements looked the cheapest of the cheap. The flimsy (ran off the taps) shower was also set so low that my (6ft 2) husband couldn't even fit underneath it. We had a reasonably pleasant drink in the bar. Again with the mishmash of dilapidated decor and nods to theatreland but service was quick and pleasant with a good selection of beverages. Dinner was another matter. We were shown into a rather plain room which I'm assuming is used for wedding receptions and such due to the wooden dance floor. We had to ask for a wine list, not the best selection but we settled on a half decent Shiraz. One of the wine glasses had lipstick on it, enough to turn my stomach under normal circumstances but in these Pandemic times - NOT good, not good at all. It was replaced quickly, with an apology. The food was unimpressive. I won't go into details but this was, unfortunately, the worst meal we've had in quite a while. The menu reads well but the delivery is nothing special, poorly executed, no flair and basically bland. I didn't finish my starter or main course, the dessert was OK but it's not hard to defrost a cheesecake. We didn't sleep well. The mattress was lumpy and springy. The pillows were flat and thin. However, the room was quiet, bar a little bleed-through noise from the bathroom of the room nextdoor. I wasn't holding out much hope for breakfast and I was still disappointed. After initially being ignored by a member of staff when I asked where breakfast was being served, we were seated at a table for four in the corner. A waiter approached and took our order, with no small amount of faffing and having to repeat ourselves. I suspect he was hard of hearing which is, of course, no issue at all but the eye roll and attitude he gave when I politely requested a herbal tea (due to stomach sensitivities) was the absolute final straw. If a guest politely enquires as to the possibility of an alternative beverage you should not call them 'awkward' and look like they just asked you to run to the next village and hand draw it from a well. He did try to backtrack but it was clearly not 'Yorkshire humour', it was annoyance at me having the temerity to advocate for my digestive system! The 'continental' breakfast was pathetic - a recycled Gu Pud pot of muesli, yoghurt and fruit, a slice of ham, a slice of cheese and a cold croissant (no jam). The 'Full English' wasn't up to much either, bland and without any real care for presentation or, indeed quality ingredients. I think there was fruit juice available but we were neither offered or directed to it. Couldn't wait to check out, which was also more convoluted than necessary due to being charged the wrong price which we then had to take pains to correct. Extremely disappointing all around and very little positive to say. The countryside setting is very nice but I couldn't recommend Rowley Manor for anything other than a quick drink if you're in the area and you're desperate for the toilet. I will not be returning and would encourage others with any standards to give the place a very wide berth.…
Well what can I say, I’ve just had the most amazing weekend at Rowley Manor for our Wedding… Rowley is beautiful very oldie worldly, that’s what made me fall in love with it and the grounds are stunning, I new it would be perfect for my wedding day. Devjani, Rohan and all team really couldn’t do enough for us all…all so friendly and made me feel very at ease. They made everything look perfect. I wouldn’t of changed a thing…! The food was lovely, we stayed to nights with some of my guests and couldn’t fault any of the food….! I felt so much like a princess stopping in the Bridal suite. The bath was amazing. Me and my husband really can’t wait to re visit Rowley. I could do the day all over again. Thank you ever so much your all fantastic. Xxx