I stayed at the Coach House recently for one night. The location is certainly nothing special (on a main road seemingly in the middle of nowhere) but at least it was easy to find and has ample parking - in fact the car park was absolutely enormous, far in excess of what I imagine the hotel/bar could accommodate. The rooms are in what seems to be a converted shed/barn at the rear of the property. My room was small, but adequate and, for the money, what more can you expect? My evening meal in the bar was nothing to write home about, but the Full English breakfast the next morning was good. Service was also good. The main problem with the accomodation is noise from the corridors/neighboring rooms. There seems to be little/no sound insulation - beware if you are a light sleeper.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Coach House Hotel, primarily built of local flint and previously known as the Coach and Horses Inn, has maintained its old world charm and offers a warm friendly welcome to all our guests. After major refurbishment by the new management it now has all modern facilities, including free wireless broadband and internet access. Once here you can either relax in our 5 acre gardens and enjoy our traditionally cooked meals.All our 22 rooms have been upgraded and are designed with your comfort and care in mind. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Coach House Hotel Royston, Hertfordshire