The main Victorian House was beautiful , set in wonderful grounds. We were in the woodland lodge which was comfortable but a bit tired. The shower screen could do with replacing and there was some grout missing in the floor tiles. On the plus side the towels were thick and fluffy, the bed was comfortable and plenty of tea and coffee. The breakfast was very nice with plenty of choice. Nice touch that the eggs were freshly fried, poached or boiled as required. We had a light dinner in the Bistro bar on comming back from Lincoln Christmas Market and My husband and I just wanted some soup, which was not on the menue,but the staff asked the kitchen if they could do some for us - which they kindly did. The whole of the staff are very helpful and friendly. We walked around some of the grounds which are well kept, then went into the main reception area to have coffee by the huge fireplace. The Hall has been renovated since a fire in 2005 and wow it is so beautiful from the ornate ceilings to the panelled walls with the fantastic fireplaces. Would definately stay at this hotel again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stoke Rochford Hall is situated in peaceful, rolling countryside in the heart of the East Midlands Shires. The idyllic and tranquil environment offers a perfect retreat away from the demands of modern day city life. Yet its easily accessible, central location and excellent transport links mean that Stoke Rochford Hall really does have it all. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Stoke Rochford Hall Hotel Stoke Rochford