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All reviews sloping floors old building historic hotel blade of beef holywell hill low ceilings listed building lots of character steeped in history full english sunday lunch family room town centre car park central location main course comfortable stay
Had a lovely meal in the Bar/Brasserie. It's more relaxed than the restaurant and has a welcoming log fire. Nice wee friendly bar area. Fantastic service and clean, comfortable rooms. Have stayed here before and would definitely recommend.
We had been to an excellent buffet here on Father's Day , so we booked to have our xmas dinner here this year .
The food was excellent - every item was perfect (they obviously have a very good chef), service was quick and pleasant....More
Good location for visiting St Albans, but hotel not value for money. Paid more for 'quiet' room but was over entrance where staff arrived chatty at 6.30am! Breakfast extra £10 each, but not worth it. No yoghurt, no fresh fruit (only bowl of apples), no...More
Our room was in the attached part to the main building. It had recently been refurbished, comfortable bed good size duvet. adequate size room with small kitchenet and a modern compact wet room with and excellent power shower. comfortable and warm. We looked round the...More
Stopped here on a Friday night en-route to meet friends down on the South Coast.
It was a delightful old building with lots of character. We had an evening meal that was exquisite a beautiful slow cooked beef shoulder blade. The bed was very comfortable...More