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My husband and I stayed here with our friends , as we were attending an event nearby.
We had a warm cosy room with lovely views of the garden.
The host Peter was very knowledgeable about the building and it's history, and a very good...More
This place is simply the worst place I have ever stayed in. Never, I repeat, Never again.
Only good point, good internet.
I guess the clue was in the price as it was cheep but there is nothing else even remotely good to say.
Just got back home from a 3 nights stay at Hassenbrook Hall. Beautiful historic building surrounded by beautiful foliage. Listening to all the birds singing in the morning was a delight.
My mother, younger brother and I stayed in one room together. We asked if...More
Stayed at Hassenbrook Feb 2018 with my daughter who was attending audition at nearby Performers college. Clean and comfortable accomodation in quiet position. Loved the suit of armour in the reception and steeped in history. Would definitely use again.
Had a great stay in this very old building which has been turned into a guest house. Very welcoming host, lovely room, highly recommend. Will never forget the hallway with its suit of armour (tourists will love) and great garden.
They have both options, when I was there the cost for one-size was 45£ and the cost of the double-sized bed was 65£, but I would try to contact them by email to confirm these are the current prices, Mr Tregunno is a very... More
They have both options, when I was there the cost for one-size was 45£ and the cost of the double-sized bed was 65£, but I would try to contact them by email to confirm these are the current prices, Mr Tregunno is a very kind person and he will answer to your query as soon as possible.