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So I took some American friends for a traditional English beer in a 'proper' pub in characterful settings. What a disappointment. The welcome was non existent, the beer was not well looked after (my pet hate) and there was little to no atmosphere in the...More
This is advertised as a 3-star hotel, so my review reflects that. The negative points are that the conversion/refurbishment into a hotel and the 1970-s decor removes lots of the charm of a Tudor building. Also, it's on a main road, so the room we...More
Stayed at this hotel last weekend, Was greeted at the door at 3pm check in time and shown to our room which was the Ann Boleyn Room with a 4 poster bed. The room was a lot smaller than what I imagined on the website...More
The idea of staying in a 15th century house was an intriguing one. The location was not too difficult to find when we arrived from the Warwick Train Station. In fact we walked the almost 25 minute journey with luggage to the accomodation. The neighborhood...More
We turned up to find them having no knowledge of our reservation. We had prepaid in full 6 weeks earlier, and they no longer had any rooms available. The guy at the front desk (which is actually the bar) didn't really know what to do....More