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Pleasant 3 day stay in lovely surroundings. Regrettably the fire alarms were triggered twice 1 near midnight and 1 very early in morning. Apparently a "ghost" in the system this is being looked into and a replacement system is part of upcoming plan.
Had a relaxing stay. Comfy bed. A few dusty and cobwebby areas which I easily ignored! Areas that needed to be cleaned were clean.The room was in need of a bit of a decorating spruce up-peeling paint at skirting and in the bathroom. Nice pool, had fun on the hard tennis courts. Braised beef main ...
nice rooms, but no hotel info in rooms so we had to ask for breakfast times and we were disappointed to find the swimming pool closed at 8 pm .... Q hotel in Ashford provides better service ......
hotel is undergoing refurbishment so car parking limited and noisy from 8am with workmen! room was nice but extremely hot and windows opened fully which is worrying as it was a family room. Breakfast is very good, plenty of choice and Janet is very welcoming and friendly.
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 ...
Warwickshire, with its grand country mansions, striking medieval landmarks and picture-perfect historic towns and villages, is just the ticket for couples looking for an unforgettable romantic getaway.
This majestic Norman castle became an exclusive mansion by the 17th Century, and has many fascinating exhibitions illustrating the town's profound medieval heritage and the Norman influence on England. Warwick is also home to picturesque St. Nicholas' Park, the Mill Garden and Hill Close Gardens, and is also noted for its striking 11th century Collegiate Church of St. Mary. All of these make a wonderfully picturesque backdrop for a getaway with someone special. The town also has plenty of restaurants and historic inns, and a great range of romantic hotels that are perfect for romantic escapes.
On April 26th 1564, a child who would grow to become the most influential and celebrated figure in English literature was born at a half-timbered house in Stratford-upon-Avon. William Shakespeare brought us that most romantic of ‘doomed love’ stories – Romeo and Juliet, as well as plenty of other boy-meets-girl tales. If you're looking for romantic hotels where you can create your own love story, you could book a stay at the exquisite Macdonald Alveston Manor Hotel or the elegant Tudor-style Falcon Hotel.
Royal Leamington Spa is acclaimed for its attractive Regency architecture and handsome high street. A prestigious retreat for many wealthy Londoners following the opening of the railways in the Victorian era, it's home to the historic Royal Pump Rooms, which was the most popular spa bath, and is now the location of the town's museum and art gallery. Like Warwick, it also has plenty of romantic hotels and stylish restaurants and cafés for couples who want to relax, or even treat themselves to a little spa pampering!
Warwickshire is renowned for Charlecote Park, a 16th century country mansion, and Ragley Hall, an equally impressive Palladian house. The county also features the deluxe Mercure Warwickshire Walton Hall & Spa, a four star retreat offering a luxury spa and refined, spacious accommodation overlooking attractive landscaped grounds – perfect for that romantic evening stroll.