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This review only applies to the bar lunch we had after popping in on the way by.
Location: it's in a lovely part of the country in a lovely setting.
The building: we liked its 'traditional' feel. Some of the original wooden features like window...More
Passing through, so decided to stop here and was not disappointed. The hotel is an old castle-type building in its own grounds, so quiet and peaceful, although my sat-nav didn't want to find it the first time.
The room was cosy - a nice double...More
What a lovely hotel. I stay all over the UK on business and this hotel is one of the nicest I have stayed in. The hotel is set in wooded grounds and is very picturesque. The decor is traditional with lots of character. The check...More
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We spent a night recently which we had managed to only source and book through Expedia for a function we were attending. The hotel told us hotel was full when i booked through expedia and they had major issue on why they were still selling...More
Hotel is in a delightful setting with a fair bit of history connected to it, all the staff were very helpful from check-in to checkout, the room was spotless and really comfortable and quiet, a good nights sleep and a very good breakfast in the...More
Usual hotel prices. It was cheaper for shorts with mixer than pints. There are two bars although service was a bit slow in the lounge. Take drinks for your hotel room and have before and after the doo :)