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The Lordleaze Hotel
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Reviewed January 6, 2013

A really good party night on New Years Eve. Diana, Robin,Tom and Rebecca deserve a real pat on the back for hosting such a great evening.
On arrival we took full advantage of the bathing facilities in our room, and the generally relaxing atmosphere.
It looked as though the hotel was fully booked, and the function room was beautifully decorated.
The meal was superb, and we partied until late, then retired to our excellent hotel room.
Breakfast the next day was a real pleasure in the quiet ante-room.
Thank you all for your hospitality.

Room Tip: Don't be put off by Henderson Drive! It's really worth it when you arrive!
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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Tomo12, Manager at The Lordleaze Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded January 21, 2013

Congratulations on staying up past midnight!
We look forward to seeing you again soon..

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Reviewed January 6, 2013

We just got back from a 2-night weekend Groupon break at The Lordleaze hotel. The hotel is in a quiet spot in the countryside and we felt relaxed the moment we arrived. The interior of the hotel is spotlessly clean with cozy , traditional furniture. Our bedroom was lovely and the bed was large and comfortable. We had a tasty evening meal in the restaurant and our breakfasts were freshly cooked and delicious. The Polish waitress was very pleasant and helpful, as was Shirley the receptionist/ bar lady who advised us on places of interest to visit. We will definitely be returning again in the spring. It is one of the best hotels we have stayed in.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Tomo12, Manager at The Lordleaze Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded January 21, 2013

Thank you for staying with us - we hope to see you again sometime

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Reviewed December 14, 2012

just returned from trip to somerset and dorset. stayed 2 nights at the hotel which is well situated for touring somerset and the dorset coast.
hotel staff were very helpful and friendly, rooms were well appointed and vey comfy and warm, had a meal in the restaurant on our first night which was excellent value and breakfast was very good. overhaul i cannot speak highly enough of this establishment

Room Tip: we had a room at back of hotel which was great
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Tomo12, Manager at The Lordleaze Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded January 21, 2013

Thank you for staying with us we hope to see you again sometime.

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Reviewed October 22, 2012

The Lordleaze is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed at.
The food :excellent
Rooms Clean and comfortable
Nothing was too much trouble, you felt as if you were guests in a private house.
A good selection of wines and spirits, and very well kept two real ales. Along with a group of friends we will go back next year

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Janet G
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Tomo12, Manager at The Lordleaze Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded January 21, 2013

Look forward to welcoming back in 2013, thank you for your continued custom..

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Reviewed October 14, 2012

I have never made the effort to leave a message on a review site before, but felt I had to make an exception for the Lordleaze Hotel. Firstly, before I booked I checked that there were no events taking place on our dates to make sure we would have a quiet stay and that was the case. The location once you get there is very scenic and quiet. It is unusual how you drive through a residential area of houses until you reach the last sign post for the hotel which then takes you down a long road in a big open field where you can see the hotel by itself at the end of the field. The outside of the hotel is not particularly special but as soon as you step inside you see how you have entered a tardis - the hotel is really big inside. The reception area is immediately warm and traditional, in keeping with the original farmhouse features. Our room was room 24 on the ground floor and the walk to the room was pleasant passing the bar area with a gorgeous real fire and the breakfast / restaurant area to the right. Everything looked very traditional but not dated which was a relief! When we reached our room we were very impressed with the interior decor, fresh smell and space. We had a sofa at the end of our bed infront of the TV which was a really nice added touch and something we did not know we would get. I really think the hotel should update their website as I don't think the pictures on their website do their rooms justice. We felt that the hotel was more like a 4 star than a 3 star due to the comfiness of the bed, the modern & clean decor of the rooms and the GORGEOUS bathroom and power shower and nice added touches of miniatures, CD and alarm player, own personal iron and press in room (modern white style not brown dated style), luxurious tissues and plush carpets and EXTRA SOFT, FLUFFY towels (unlike hard towels that I am more used to in hotels). Our bedroom and the whole interior decor of the hotel felt like it had been recently refurbished as everything looked so clean and modern (but still in keeping with the original features). Oh and I must also mention the breakfast. We stayed 2 nights so had 2 breakfasts. Each day there was music from a CD player playing nice relaxing music, which immediately relaxed us, and the view out onto the nicely landscaped garden is really nice too. I was surprised to be able to see miniature dorset brand cereals on show which was really good (as I am more used to simple cornflakes etc in a 3 star).... so I had high-end dorset granola as well as a full cooked breakfast each day. The first night of our stay I had the pleasure of meeting the owner of the hotel who spoke very candidly to me (he seemed a little eccentric, although it was about 10pm and I think he had had a drink which may have made him seem that way, and he has country rosy cheeks which added to the country feel of the hotel) - he was very pleasant, gave us great tips on where to go in Dartmoor where we were going the next day. I thoroughly recommend this hotel and hope you will have as nice and rested a stay as myself and my husband did. Oh and can I just say, I don't understand some of the negative comments as I am very fussy but I really thought that the Lordleaze got a lot right and really did go the extra mile that other hotels do not - my husband and I really did say to each other that we felt it was a 4 star, not a 3 star. Thanks for a lovely 2 night break :-)

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Nicola G
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Tomo12, Manager at The Lordleaze Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded January 21, 2013

Thank you for staying and hope to see you in the near future

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