Ratings based on 120 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 out of 5
72% of guests recommend
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5out of 5
by A verified traveller from Cambridge

Comfort and tranquillity

Posted 02-Jun-2016
Pros: Excellent cooked breakfast. Lovely indoor pool and steam room. Rural setting and possibility of eating outside in good weather.
Cons: Conditiion of this part of the hotel is a little worn, e.g. frayed curtains, loose doorknob on the cupboard, washbasin plug not holding the water.
Location: Close to Stratford-on-Avon and its many attractions, notably the Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Stayed in the older part of the hotel in a spacious room overlooking the stunning topiary garden. Very comfortable bed and armchairs.
5out of 5
by A verified traveller from Petersburg, VA

Found this place on a whim and LOVED it!

Posted 31-May-2016
Made a last minute reservation using the Expedia and loved the place! Gorgeous inside and outside. Quiet peaceful setting. Staff was excellent. Was upgraded at no charge by the staff and the room was amazing!
5out of 5
by A verified traveller

Excellent hotel

Posted 26-Apr-2016 on Hotels
The staff were extremely well trained, pleasant and professional at each department within the hotel.
4out of 5
by Neil M.

Lovely location let down by eye to detail

Posted 08-Apr-2016 on Ebookers
Enjoyed my stay, but unlikely to return. Found hotel very tired around the edges. Rooms smelt of cigarette smoke with very dated bathrooms. Shame as the outer building is very beautiful.
5out of 5
by dan from manchester

Good old Billesley Manor

Posted 01-Apr-2016 on Hotels
Very nice place with well trained staff.. terrific pool area which my young daughter really enjoyed.
4out of 5
by Nigel from Reading UK

Quirky but excellent

Posted 29-Mar-2016 on Hotels
Great location for visiting Stratford-upon-Avon. Drivable in 15 mins or park-and-ride is also close-by and cheaper than in city parking. Great room in the old part of hotel and the hottest sauna/steam spa I have ever experienced in a hotel - excellent! Food quality in main restaurant quite good but could do with more options. There is also bar food which is good too. Lots of small quiet rooms for relaxing with a book or laptop.
5out of 5
by stuart from Sheffield

Posted 07-Mar-2016 on Hotels
Very pleasant stay, staff helpful and friendly. Lighting in public rooms and bedroom too low - could hardly read menu in dining room.
4out of 5
by Mr C from Rugby

Posted 03-Mar-2016 on Hotels
We also put a high priority on leisure facilities. The pool was okay, but the changing rooms were awful, small and pokey, very rundown, several light bulbs missing. The steam room was tiny (and they had a number of guests for a spa day, which I would not have wanted to have there, and it made it crowded. There was no jacuzzi either. They need to bring their leisure facilities up to the standard of the hotel.
4out of 5
by Nicholas from Worcestershire

fabulous Strratfor

Posted 29-Feb-2016 on Hotels
Very nice country house hotel maybe could offer better quality pillows - duck down or choice of
5out of 5
by A verified traveller

Lovely experience

Posted 20-Feb-2016
It was a really lovely stay overall as we were situated right next to the pool and had a room overlooking the rose garden. Although the view from the room was not the best as it was ground level and no roses at this time of year! This didn't spoil the stay though as there is plenty to do such as the gym, swimming and sauna and steam room. Would have loved to book a spa treatment but all was fully booked being as it was half term - hotel could look to add extra therapists during busy holiday periods? Mattress was slightly uncomfortable but not complaining as there is a lot of thought and good service given by the staff. Breakfast was excellent the first day lots of replenishments done throughout but the second day was a bit of a wait for the baked beans lol!