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Corse Lawn House Hotel
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Reviewed February 25, 2013

Don't expect contemporary, staying here is like stepping back in time. Antique furniture, open fires, large rooms with fruit, real tea, coffee, biscuits, and milk. Staff have always been friendly and welcoming which is one of the reason I continue to return. This hotel has a quiet quality and charm about it and offers something a little more tradtional.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled on business
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Reviewed February 23, 2013

The hotel was very pleasant had a lovely stay rooms were large and the facilities were excellent. The breakfast was also lovely and all in all a lovely stay. There is a lovely duck pond in front with seating and as there is no traffic it made it a very peaceful morning in the cold sun.
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  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Khalid M
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Reviewed February 16, 2013

This was the first time my wife and I had stayed at Corse Lawn, for my wife's birthday treat. She was recommended the place by her hairdresser, so even though we'd seen the website, we had no presuppositions as to what it would be like. The house itself is historic and substantial. Once you get inside, you can see that the owner has (very wisely) NOT given in to the fad for shallow and empty makeovers that have ruined so many other establishments around the country. So here you won't find polished, noisy floors, sterile minimalism and other designer crap that makes you feel you've wandered on to the set of Fritz Lang's Metropolis! What you do have is sumptuous soft carpets with quiet footfalls, comfy seats while you take your tea (or evening meal, for that matter), cosy, comforting decor and a generalfeeling of warmth and relaxation. The staff are excellent and ready and willing to help in every way possible, and the facilities are top notch. When I asked for camomile tea in our room, I was delighted to receive a bowl of genuine camomile flowers (not teabags) with the pot and cup. In afct the tea and cofee making items include real leaf tea and ground coffee, a wide selection of fruit and very high class biscuits for your consumption. The room was beautifully furnished with classic luxurious textiles in calming and relaxing colours -some reviewers here have claimed that the decor is 'tired' or outdated. Of course this is nonsense, except to the trendy set who like colours schemes to sear your eyeballs (when they're not being deafened by the noisy polished floors!).
The view around the back of the house was excellent, and even the car park is laid out in a civilised manner with plenty of trees and shrubs to smooth off the lines.
In the evening the meal in the restuarant was excellent, even though the place was packed to the gills and the waiters were very busy, they were all polite and accomodating. The food itself is terrific, and tastes like nothing you'll have experienced before. Babar (the proprietess, if that's the correct term) really knows how to add subtle touches to the food to make it unique, distinctive and delicious, and the wine selection is classy and within the reach of most of us.
Breakfast next morning was again excellent, with local produce well to the fore.
Any problems -only one tiny whinge, and that's the rather limited TV coverage, but I'm guessing that's via the service provider. I've found similar restrictions elsewhere from much 'higher level' establishments.
Overall, a superb experience and we'll be back again very soon. This place is a bit of a well kept secret and all the better for it, and Babar has NO plans for qa makeover -ever! This classic establishment's decor and ambience is assured and secured for the foreseeable future. Many thanks!

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 10, 2013

Stayed on a travel zoo dinner, bed and breakfast deal which turned out to be a good deal. Stayed in room stourton which was large room on the side of the hotel overlooking the car park. But not an unpleasant outlook. Fresh milk in fridge a nice touch but it was full fat, with no semi or skimmed options. Bowl of fruit very welcome. Only problem with the room was poor pressure at the shower head, size of room also warranted a larger tv.
Evening meal was excellent and served by friendly efficient staff.
Breakfast was freshly cooked choice. The black pudding was more like liver pâté.for a lad from Yorkshire the absence of brown sauce was disappointing, they could only offer ketchup.
All in all very minor quibbles, each easily resolved.

Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 10, 2013

Stayed here for one night having booked only two days before. Really out in the middle of no where, but what a find! Our room was large and spacious with every thing you could possibly need. Fresh coffee, home made biscuits , bowl of fruit , milk and water in fridge, iron and board; the list goes on! Bathroom large with plenty of hot water and a very comfortable bed to sleep on. public areas are comfortable and clean , and staff nice and helpful . The hotel is a little old fashioned but so in keeping with a country house feel to it. Dinner in the Bistro was out of this world. Terrific menu with lots of great choices and a superb wine list. This place is highly recommended !

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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