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A friendly welcome. Clean and nicely decorated With beautuful views. I was expecting the room to be a little bigger & more elegant. Just let down by damp in the shower area.
Lovely hotel in beautiful countryside. 2 minutes from National Agricultural Centre and 5 minutes from the pretty town of Kenilworth. Reception staff welcoming & efficient checking in & out. Waiters & waitresses in restaurant very helpful. The staff showing us to our table were not as helpful. One ...
buffet breakfast but at anyone time half the items (sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, beans, tomato, mushrooms) had run out. after 5 minutes wait bacon was refilled but by the time the scrambled eggs (only egg option) were refilled the bacon had already run out again. Restaurant was by no means packed ...
having looked at other options we chose the Holiday Inn based on availability, location and price. For what you pay you get a fairly good room, not enormous but spacious enough with a desk & Chair plus a small sitting chair too, electric plug sockets at the bedside are always useful but missing here ...
Did not realise how close to the road the hotel was. Our room was so noisy from the traffic. Asked to be moved but the hotel was full. Spent an unpleasant 1st night at hotel. The next day we were moved to a room at the rear of the Hotel overlooking the garden. It seemed like a completely different ...
I found the staff to be friendly,helpful,the rooms very clean and the bed very comfortable.Unfortunately I booked a double room,but was given two singles,however the staff redeemed themselves by bending over backwards to get me the room l reserved.Therefore I decided not to penalise them for that.Enjoyable ...
On this occasion I was travelling alone. The restaurant staff were lovely and chatted to me whilst I waited for the first course of my evening meal. They remembered me from previous stays at this hotel and were friendly and professional. The food was wonderful, well cooked and presented. I was advised ...
With its outstanding stately homes, excellent museums, diverse restaurant scene and superb selection of high-end hotels, Warwickshire is a popular destination for corporate getaways. The county also benefits from very good transport links to the rest of the country, with regular direct trains to central London and Birmingham, and easy access to Birmingham International Airport, the NEC conference centre, and the national motorway network.
Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of the celebrated playwright and poet William Shakespeare, is the home of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, where visitors can witness spectacular performances of his plays in a state-of-the-art venue. The town and the surrounding area also has a number of luxury conference centre hotels with 24-hour room service and free WiFi, one of the most popular of which is the four star Macdonald Alveston Manor Hotel.
Managed by a highly experienced team, this 100-acre outdoor activity centre on the outskirts of Warwick offers an excellent variety of corporate team-building packages. The centre also provides 4x4 Off Road Driving Experiences, Hovercraft Experiences, paint-balling, and many individual and group activities for up to 400 people. Nearby is the contemporary-themed Hilton Warwick/Stratford-upon-Avon, a prestigious four star venue with fantastic business amenities and a fully equipped gym.
One of Britain's most exclusive country houses, Charlecote Park has existed for more than 400 years and been managed by the National Trust since the mid-20th century. This Grade I-Listed building is noted for its elaborate artwork and picturesque landscaped grounds, and is adjacent to the immaculate Charlecote Pheasant Hotel, which has excellent conference facilities and refined, spacious accommodation.
Dating back to 1068, Warwick Castle is one of the oldest and largest Norman defences in the country. Traditionally a military stronghold, it became a coveted country home by the 17th Century and opened as a tourist attraction after the Second World War. The castle is often used for special team-building exercises and formal dinners, and organises numerous concerts throughout the year. Just to the west of the town is the deluxe Ardencote Manor Hotel Country Club and Spa, which provides impeccable corporate hospitality, memorable fine cuisine and first-rate conference facilities, and is surrounded by beautiful grounds.