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Very secluded so would need to drive to town to eat if staying overnight at weekend but lovely all the same
The hotel is a very old building, so suffers from creaking floors, the room was big and the bed large and comfortable. The bathroom is a bit tired, but the entire hotel is about to be refurbished so this will no doubt be addressed. There is a car park at the back of the hotel, which costs £9.50 per ...
The George of Colchester£45The George of Colchester£45
Staff was great - helped us when we got lost & called in, helped up when we needed something printed. The building is fab! The one and only thing that was under par was the grapefruit at breakfast. I think it had gone off.
Brook Red Lion Hotel£42Brook Red Lion Hotel£42
Very welcoming staff when I arrived who took my details and made registration so easy. Taken to my room rather than being given a key and left to find it! Room was clean and fresh as was the bathroom. Room had everything for a pleasant stay. Breakfast was excellent and all freshly cooked to order. ...
Apart from the price of alcoholic drinks, thought the hotel easy to find being close to the m25.we were upgraded so very pleased with the room. Wondered why the arch.
We stayed only one night. The hotel was pleasant enough for a short stay and the staff were really friendly but the tv didn’t work in our room and when we enquired about it we were told the system was off and would only be back on Monday. We feel that we should have been informed of this on arrival ...
Stayed for one night while travelling. Very comfortable, clean double room, nice temperature with a lovely bathroom and rain shower. Quiet surroundings, breakfast very nice. The slippers, towers and toiletries were a nice touch.
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