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Had a lovely relaxing stay in this beautiful hotel, the room was very clean and tastefully decorated without losing the character of the 18th century building.
The staff were all very nice and caring without be intrusive, nothing was too much trouble, felt like a...home from home.
The food was top quality, from the full English breakfast to the 3 course evening meal.
Would definitely stay here again!! 😍👍 Also had a huge bath!More
We dined here for 2 nights and our meals were well prepared and presented. They had a specials board as well as the main menu. Menu suitable for both meat and Vegetarian diners. Good quality wine with our meals another plus. Restaurant setting very boutique...with a lovely chandelier. Small bar just outside the dining room with a wide choice of spirits. Beers available are the bottle type, no draught beers.More
My wife and I had often said we would have a meal at Satis House in Yoxford but just never got round to it. Finally we have done it and what a great experience it was, the food was first class, service was great too,...lovely small restaurant. Apparently it is under new management and a new chef, from our experience they are doing a great job. Highly recommended, dont leave it as long as we did!!More
I booked a table in the restaurant for my partners Birthday on a recommendation as I was hoping for something a little bit special. It is a beautiful venue which should lend itself to a lovely experience. I’ve now heard its changed management since then...which makes sense as I couldn't believe anyone would have recommended this place to me.
From start to finish it was like some horrible joke. The moment I walked in my heart sank at the atmosphere. There is too much to mention here as they don't give you enough characters so here's just some of it. The one young lad who doubled as bar tender and waiter was very nice and did his best but was totally under-qualified. We felt so sorry for him. The only bottled beer was Heineken and when we asked if there was anything else a man came in shorts a dirty tee shirt and crocks and rudely asked us what was wrong with Heineken? On what had been one of the hottest days of the year we were told we couldn’t sit in the garden as it was about to be mowed, or we could but not to be surprised if we got mowed. There was no wine list and only one house red and one house white available. When I asked for Prosecco he brought a single serve bottle from a mini bar with the plastic tops still on?! The food was quite nice but just pub grub.
I concur with other folk’s messages describing similar experiences and if you read the replies to them I think you'll glean all you need to know about the people who run this establishment. I’m bracing myself.More