This is a beautiful hotel, set within a Golf course. The interior is decorated beautifully and the rooms are absolutely sublime! We stayed there 26/27 Mar.
Dinner was totally delicious and if you weren't there on a deal, like us, very expensive! A tip, turn to the back of the wine list to the house wines (still tasty wines) at £18 a bottle the cheapest by far!
The service was hit and miss, it almost seemed on a couple of occasions that as we were there on a Travel Zoo deal we were beneath the usual clientele, but saying that a number of the staff made us feel very welcome! (Night bar man, elderly(sorry:) lady serving breakfast both v nice and a credit to the hotel!)
The Swimming pool and Jacuzzi have seen much better days and are a massive let down compared to the rest of the hotel! The actual Spa is slightly over priced but, according to my ball and chain, well worth it!!
All in all, I would go back to this hotel but only if there was another deal! This is a very nice hotel and there are still a small number of things to get right to make this a great hotel!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Standing in over 30 acres of peaceful, secluded grounds on the edge of the Cotswolds, the privately-owned Cricklade House offers a traditional, warm and friendly welcome for those in search of tranquility, comfort, good food and wine, with extensive recreational facilities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cricklade House Hotel And Country Club
- Cricklade Hotel Country