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All reviewsan updatepublic roomsgrand old ladylovely hotelbar priceslots of characterhigh streetfront of housetwo coursesblack puddingreception areabit datedcooked breakfasttown centrelarge roomplenty of hot watertea and coffee
Was a terrible mix up on arrival (entirely my fault) The gentleman on the front of house could not of been more helpful in saving my embarrassment by sorting everything out, and even offering us a free upgrade to a suite. The Room was lovely...More
We had promised ourselves lunch in this beautiful old hotel for ages and finally went for lunch. We were served in the "Buttery",a beautiful lead light and oak panelled room.I had the asparagus,poached egg and hollandaise sauce to start,it as just perfect only missing some...More
We spent one night at this hotel, as we were visiting family.
We stayed in the orginal part of the building.
Our room was lovely and modern.
There was ample parking.
The breakfast was lovely, as was the dining room.
The whole building was very...More
The hotel is very nicely situated, very close to the railway station and very close to the town centre. We have stayed at the Orwell Hotel on a number of occasions over the years and have found very little changes on our return visits. The...More
How do you compare hotels? This is not a 4* as a big Hilton or Hyatt would be 4*. But for friendly local hotels that offer comfortable accommodation, friendly service and good food its' right up there.
Check-in experience was very smooth but expect to...More