That you can write a review for somewhere that closed down years ago. It just shows how incomplete trip advisor is
I stayed here with my very long term partner in January 2011 (although Trip Advisor won't let me go back that far) for what I had no idea at the time would be our last proper Anniversary.. Like the hotel, that relationship has now closed....More
We've had some brilliant lunches here, in wonderful grounds with house packed with antiques and oddities. Such a shame that it has been sold and is now a private house.
Glencot house was sold in 2011 and no longer run as a hotel and restaurant. A great shame as their Sunday lunch was the best value and quality for miles around.
I got married here in 2010 and loved every second of being in that building. I am devestated that they have decided to sell .... hopefully we will make it to their Cornwall version in the coming years ...
The best thing about this restaurant is the setting. It's located in an old house that is crammed full of antiques, photographs, stuffed animals and ornaments. You get the run of the property and it's great to have a look around after your meal and...More
My partner and I have been to this hotel twice for dinner in the past month. On the last occasion when we arrived we were ushered into the lounge for a drink. It's a bit like something out of Alice in Wonderland. The room was...More