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All reviewssuits of armourfour poster bedsmall doorsold buildingyoung girl behind the barhand held showerwarwick castlelow beamsuneven floorssteep stairslots of characterensuite roomfriendly member of stafforiginal featurestown centrefor sunday lunchwithin easy walking distance
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Reviewed November 6, 2013

As a group of 10 this was the only place that could accommodate us all. Having stayed there we now know why. The 'ample parking' turned out to be 4 places outside one of which was taken by an old Focus with 3 flat tyres so most of us had to park in a side road; not a problem but not what we were expecting.
Despite this poor first impression the kindness and willingness of the young reception staff could not be faulted especially as they seem to have been left without any obvious management support all weekend.
The place was very tired and in real need of a deep clean and the services of a decent handyman for a few weeks. The rooms were clean enough but the Elizabethan beams in the public rooms were adorned with cobwebs and the old glass windows held together with sticky tape. The bed was the hardest I've ever slept on and this combined with the ever pervading smell of the deep fat fryer resulted in a very poor first night's sleep.
A couple of our party had complaints and the management response (on the phone) was uncompromising to say the least, our party decided not to return. A situation I'm sure that is not unusual hence 5 available rooms when the rest of the town was full.
Businesses go through cycles and the signs are that this one is in the 'Lemon Squeezer' phase. I can only hope that this lovely building soon finds another owner who is prepared to make more of her obvious assets and update the showers to real stand up ones. If they do they'll have a thriving business as its situation opposite Warwick castle and next to the races is second to none.

Room Tip: Avoid No3 unless you want the smell of deep fat fryer in your room - it's above the kitchen
  • Stayed: November 2013, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Michele M
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Reviewed October 18, 2013

A great Inn and full of history, so steep stairs and creaky floorboards are the norm. I stopped one night with my wife here and I am very glad I did, this is a well run Inn and the staff are very pleasant and helpful. The bedroom was No.8 and named Anne Boleyn so the wife was duly warned of Anne's demise she went quiet for some reason, we had a four poster bed which was great but the mattress was a little lumpy but we both slept well after a long day at Warwick Castle, the bathroom was adequate but the only thing wrong here was the extractor fan would work better if it had been cleaned out , but when saying this every where was very clean, all the usual facilities tea and coffee makers and a up to date Television, the bed side lamps only one was working and both really need new shades and one lamp cable requires a better connection .
Breakfast was included in our stay and was very good, the décor of the dining room was quite rightly in keeping with this historic property.
Location of this Inn is perfect for both the town and the Castle, with a short walking distance. I would like to thank the Manager Sweetie and her team for a very enjoyable stay, and we will be making another stay within the near future.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank simplybest1
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Reviewed October 14, 2013

had a beautiful stay only problems being parking and pillows but then with pillows everyone has there own favorite so the pillows are forgivable. very friendly and helpful staff helped to make the stay enjoyable. would stay again but prob bring my own pillow

  • Stayed: October 2013
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2  Thank dragon_girl666
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Reviewed September 30, 2013

Stayed here overnight on 21st.Serptember. Single room up steep flights of stairs.Very low doorway-watch your heads. Room small, but cosy, large TV, bed comfortable. Wash basis,installed but no toilet- this down corridor.All parking had been taken up, despite the claims there was ample,I had to park on street 2hours max and was worried about safety of my classic car.breakfast hot and well served. Unless parking improves won't stay there again-sorry.

Room Tip: insist on parking space being reserved.
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled on business
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Reviewed September 26, 2013

This is a very interesting place to stay with a lot of character and an array of things to look at. The creaking doors and floors and quirky small doors all add to its charm. The owner and all of the staff were very friendly and extremely helpful. The breakfast was delicious and set us up for a day exploring the castle.

A couple of areas for improvement are the mattress was a bit lumpy and the window box was full of cigarette ends.

We would definitely stay here again and a big thank you to the owner and staff for making us feel so welcome

  • Stayed: September 2013
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1  Thank Shazzibird
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