Stayed at this guest house while I was doing some revamp work at the chantry shopping centre. This made it ideal for easy of getting to site as the shopping centre is located on same street. This makes it a prime location if you like to splash the cash. Denise the manageress of this establishment is very friendly and can't understand why one previous review related her to the Gestapo. My request for what I liked for breakfast was met with no animosity.refrence to earlier review of the vegetarian guest why joke about what you wanted for breakfast and then be upset with what you received. You asked for beans on toast and you got it.
The room was exceptionally clean the day I arrived and remained that way all through my stay. Every evening on my return from work I found my room had been cleaned to a high standard and tea and coffee had been overly replenished
If on my return for more work in Andover I hope there will be room for me at this very welcoming guest house.
P.s to the negative reviews. If you are expecting the Hilton then put your hands in your pockets and pay out for those extreme luxuries.
Thanks for a comftable atay
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Church Mews is an early Elizabethan galleried town house and one of Andover's oldest private dwellings. Standing at the head of the medieval upper high street it combines a wealth of historic features with warm and comfortable modern living. The 3 principle rooms, all in the oldest part of the house, date from around 1550 and provide a wealth of character with exposed oak beamed ceilings and original crook frame wall timbers. ... more less