My husband and I returned to the Scole Inn after last being there about three years ago. We stayed in Emma's Room. It is a beautiful rustic room, clean and comfortable, with a four poster bed. I had read some pretty rotten reviews but love this building and thought I would make up my own mind. The place was built in the 17th Century and is steeped in history and myth.
The new staff have been in less than a month and have started to return the Inn to how we remember it, rustic and charming. If anyone is looking for straight edges, shiny surfaces and all mod cons, then please look for a modern facility. This place is very old and deserves to be looked after and loved by the people who come to stay.
Debbie and John, we wish you all the luck with your time here and look forward to returning again in the new year.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Visitors to the Scole Inn will be sharing in the company of both kings and thieves, as this 17th Century former coaching inn has provided lodgings for King Charles II and the highwayman John Belcher. With fantastic fireplaces and a staircase that was hand-carved in the 1600s, Scole Inn offers guests a choice of 24 en suite rooms, some with four poster beds and twelve of which have working open fireplaces. During your stay our staff will be attentive to any requests you may have, allowing you to simply relax, unwind and enjoy your break. Currently closed for renovation. ... more less
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- Scole Hotel Diss