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Reviewed 5 June 2017

We stayed nere for one night after visiting Warwick Castle. Such a lovely building, we stayed in the room where there is the most smallest doors you can imagine but we loved it. The only thing we found was there was lack of air in the room which made it stuffy and hot.
Breakfast was really nice too. If I was to come back to Warwick I would stay here again.

Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Lorraine F
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Reviewed 5 June 2017

Having drank in The Tudor House on many occasions whilst working in Warwickshire I decided to stay there when I took the family to visit Stratford and Warwick Castle. We stayed 2 nights. The positives were Barry and Ellie who cooked for and waited on us and the breakfasts we had, 2 full English and a veggie full English, were brilliant and set us up for the day. Towels, small but changed daily. The negatives, on arrival the front door was closed and we needed to ring a bell to summon attention. The bar is no longer open to the public, it is residents only; this lead to a sad and lonely place to drink with zero atmosphere. The room, Room 2. 1 single and 1 double bed with en suite. The floor is at a pretty stteep angle but this could be expected of a building that's over 500 years old. However, they could raise the lower side of the beds so you actually sleep on a flat surface. On the second night I needed to swap sides with the wife because she'd been continually falling out when turning over during the night, it is that steep.

Room tip: If in Room 2 take a couple of books to put under the feet of the bed
Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank Sconned
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Reviewed 2 June 2017

First of all, if you want the generic hotel room, this is NOT where to look. This place is a genuinely old, wonky, timber-and wattle building complete with crazy floors, dark alcoves and oak beams that look as if a dinosaur used them for toothpicks. Don't be mislead by the name... this place is older than that,and in my opinion would benefit from a little more 'real' history around the place; but it is a remarkable place, and although comfort does suffer a little to retain the character, we loved it. So did our young daughter. We didn't see any ghosts, which was surprising in such a place, but perhaps the ghosts of Warwick are difficult to please.

On the plus side... the place has more character than a typewriter, the welcome was very friendly, and the staff we met were young, cheerful and obliging. Linen was good, beds were comfortable. The breakfast was very generous and an excellent starter for a long day at the castle. Speaking of which, this hotel is a superb base for the castle, as it is not only a very short walk from the site (which saves you about £6 for parking) but it also gets you right in the medieval mood. Staff went out of their way to help with advice about the castle and how to get the best experience there. Before buying tickets for Warwick Castle, check with the hotel - sometimes they have information a '2-for-1' offer.

On the negative side, the characterful nature of such a hotel does mean that there are some discomforts... the beds do not always sit flat, so one may find oneself arguing with the missus for who sleeps where; not all rooms are en-suite, and 2 of the rooms even have doors which, to fit under a beam, are less than 4 feet high! (We had one of these... it wasn't a real problem, and it's a great adventure for kids). Stairs are a bit uneven, and, of course, no lifts in such an old building. None of the above detracted from our stay, though, and the only problem was that this Inn is a little out of the centre of the town, and so it sometimes closes rather early. This means that sometimes there is no evening meal service, or hand-pulled beers, and for that reason I can't give it a '5'. However, the main town is only a few minutes walk up the hill, and right next door is a very pleasant pub which serves decent food quite late, so apart from not having a convivial bar to use you probably won't suffer too much.

Unless you have mobility problems, I would certainly recommend this hotel as a very welcome change

Room tip: Check if your room is en-suite. If you have a problem bending, check the height of the door to the room! :-)
Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank Capnblatch
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Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

After a long journey it was refreshing to arrive at the venue with a vast array of history surrounding it. The venue is packed with period features including a selection of armour looking down onto the dining room from a minstrels gallery. Comfortable clean and excellent value 5 mins from Warwick castle and 10 mins from Stratford. Highly recommend.

Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled on business
1  Thank nettandrob
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Reviewed 21 May 2017

This Unique historical hotel is really something to see and remember. It is like walking into a guest lots of years ago. They have carefully restore and convertered the Building into a Unique and fantastic hotel.

Date of stay: April 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Thank Travelingbusiness99
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