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A lot of thought has gone into the decor and fit out of the rooms. Quiet location with excellent pub restaurant a few minutes walk away. Handy for access (within a short drive) to the M42. Excellent choices for breakfast including good choice of fresh fruit and cooked options.
This B&B is in a perfect quiet location with just 3 rooms. The owner Elide was so welcoming and couldn't do enough to help. We were welcomed on arrival with tea and cake and shown around. Our room was very comfortable with a lovely Bathroom with rain shower. Everywhere was spotless. We were in a ...
Very big room with cafetière with decaff filter coffee. Although pub busy our room quiet. When we looked on website it said restaurant was full that night but staff came up to our room at 9pm to see if we wanted to eat.
Had to wait around a bit at reception on arrival because staff were busy in restaurant, but otherwise an enjoyable stay. Maybe the room would have been a bit small for two people but I was on my own so no problem.
excellent hotel shame about hiccups, milk in room off on arrival, replaced quite quickly,. Next morning went to breakfast dinning room looked a complete mess tables had not been cleared found clear table served quickly although some of waitresses their hair was untidy so could obviously gone in food, ...
Have stayed at this fabulous hotel last year and the experience was once agin, brilliant. I think many hotels can strive to have clean, comfortable bedrooms and also provide perfectly good food but where this particular hotel scores is in the attitude, performance and general all-round superb customer ...
My partner had stayed in the hotel before but it has changed hands since and had a refurbishment. Room was a bit small but nice, clean, well furnished & decorated to a good standard. Complimentary beer & fresh milk for tea in the room an added bonus!
This place is a little gem! The room and bathroom were spotless. The bed was so comfortable that I kept pressing the snooze button on my phone in the morning because I didn't want to get up. The bathroom was well equipped, clean and modern. There were enough options for breakfast to suit even the ...
Check in straightforward and the staff were extremely welcoming. Spa access as part of the cost was greatly appreciated, but remember to get a token to use the lockers. (It would have been good to have been told about this before going in there.) The restaurant was informal and had a reasonable selection ...
From conveniently located town-centre hotels to exquisite country houses, Warwickshire has a great selection of luxury hotels, all of which are within easy reach of the country's renowned tourist destinations, such as picturesque Stratford-upon-Avon and Royal Leamington Spa. All major towns also have direct train links to central London, and the county has easy access to the national motorway network via the M40 and other key routes.
Few houses in England are quite as grand as Charlecote Park, which lies just a few miles to the east of Stratford-upon-Avon and dates back more than 400 years. The house, a Grade I-Listed building, is surrounded by nearly 200 acres of beautiful grounds and is noted for its imposing Great Hall, featuring a stupendous barrel-vaulted ceiling. It's also just a short drive from luxury hotels in and around Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon, offering everything from spa treatments to gourmet food.
No visit to this area of England would be complete without booking tickets to see at least one Shakespearean play at the renowned Royal Shakespeare Company. Based in Stratford-upon-Avenue, the venue welcomes hundreds of thousands of theatre fans every year, and is within walking distance of many elegant restaurants and a number of luxury hotels, such as the Mercure Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespeare Hotel, housed in an exceptional Tudor building.
Stratford-Upon-Avon is, of course, famous for The Bard himself, but there’s plenty to see around this beautiful part of the country. Harvard House is a spectacular Elizabethan landmark purchased by successful businessman John Rogers. His grandson, John Harvard, is credited with founding one of the world's pre-eminent higher education institutions, Harvard College of Harvard University in Massachusetts, in 1636. And sitting right next to these historical riches are plenty of modern hotels offering the very best in luxury accommodation. The Stratford is a sophisticated four star establishment with emphasis on the visitor experience, exceptional fine dining and uniquely decorated rooms, all with the latest technology, such as WiFi and in-room entertainment.
Warwickshire has a proud medieval heritage filled with castles and crenelations. While it may not have played a key role in the Wars of the Roses, the Hilton Warwick/Stratford-upon-Avon hotel is a modern-day marvel, noted for its immaculate rooms and excellent conference facilities.