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Reviewed July 7, 2008

An instant decision to go to Ludlow as this was near to where we were lunching the following day. We were lucky to get a room - no 1 and very well fitted out for a disabled traveller. It was quite large with a splendid shower room.lacking any tooth mugs however the beds are very comfortable but in the sitting area the chairs are very upright.! My wife found the dressing table also too high. Room was slap on a minor road but this was not a problem.The bedside reading lights are not effective being modern and complicated. We had some delicious sandwiches and a bottle of Meursault served speedily in the room.
Dinner nearly made the grade but was overcomplicated and not as well cooked as we had been led to believe. The menu and wine list were quite simply too expensive.
Would I return? Yes probably as the welcome I received was most friendly and the Ludlow countryside beautiful but I would would have to eat out much of the time!

  • Stayed: July 2008, traveled as a couple
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Thank afspyder
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Reviewed July 2, 2008

We stayed here on the basis of the reviews in Trip Advisor, and the room was fine. The bed in particular was excellent. The decor is curious - mostly minimalist good taste, but with several pieces of furniture (a wardrobe and small table) which looked like refugees from the 70s. The room overlooked the car park, but it was still quiet. What was very odd in such a new hotel is that there is no air conditioning, and on the night we were there it was very hot. There is no top sheet, so if you throw off the duvet there is no covering sheet.
The staff were really very helpful and friendly.
We ate in the restaurant, both because of the good reviews and because of the offer of a half price room with dinner. We wished we had paid full price for the room and gone elsewhere to eat. We ate a la carte, and there was really almost nothing (except good puddings) which was not pretentious and overpriced. Everything seems to have many ingredients,none of which add up to anything interesting or delicious to eat. My husband left nearly everything, and although I battled on, it was without enthusiasm.
If you stay there, and without a special offer it's quite expensive, don't eat there.

  • Stayed: June 2008, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Marilyn47
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Reviewed June 27, 2008

We stayed here for 3 nights early in June and it was delightful. We had lovely views over the hills beyond and our room (no. 9) was small but very stylish.

The bed was very comfortable (although my partner found it a bit short, being over 6ft tall) and the bed linen crisp and fresh. The bathroom was well designed and the Molton Brown accessories were a nice touch, as were the slippers and bathrobes.

The breakfasts were sublime and probably the best we have ever had in a hotel.

The only downside to our stay was the stuffiness of our room and the breakfast room. Fortunately we were given a fan for our room and we were able to open the doors on to the terrace for breakfast but one would hope that further into the summer, the hotel will have fans in every room.

The staff were exceptionally helpful and we would have no hesitation in staying again if we are in the area. The 15-20 minute walk into Ludlow centre was also very pleasant.

Earlier reviewers who complained about the smell of drains can rest assured that this problem has been rectified.

  • Stayed: June 2008, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank ZebFrance
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Reviewed June 2, 2008

We stayed here for a couple of nights over the bank holiday weekend. The decor is all very clean, relaxed and tidy as you would expect from a hotel that has only been open for a few months. Our room was spacious with a superb wet-room type bathroom. The bed was huge and the bed linen crisp, white and stylish. There was a large plasma TV but I don't think there was any wi-fi (not that I checked as I was not there for business so didn't have my laptop with me). Previous reviews have mentioned drain smells but we didn't have any problems. The bypass is a good 2-300 yards away and cannot be heard. All you can hear are the many sheep in the surrounding fields.

The food was excellent but pricey. There wasn't much price difference between the tasting menu at £55 and the 3 course menu at £45. If you weren't there to enjoy the food and just wanted to be fed then there wasn't a cheaper alternative, other than room service.

We were very happy with the hotel, would recommend it and will certainly go back there the next time we visit Ludlow.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Minezapint
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Reviewed May 28, 2008

We had a relaxed and pampered experience at Fishmore Hall. Everything was of high quality, from the accommodation to the food and service. We loved the restrained and modern decor; the countryside setting was bucolic, the food often locally sourced. The chef is evidently on top of his game, and the staff discreet and professional.
This hotel is excellent value on all counts and deserves to succeed.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled as a couple
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Thank janeeyreDevon
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