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The place was beautiful and plenty of grounds for Luna our golden retriever to enjoy but the service let it down. No one on reception on check in and during stay. When she arrived there was a mix up due to 3 sets of Turners...More
A fantastic buiding dating back to the 11th century and a good location. Excellent service from professional and friendly staff - nothing was too much effort to ensure we enjoyed our stay.
Great food and friendly service, which included afternoon tea, dinner and breakfast.
The building itself was beautiful but the food was very poor and menu very limited. The staff although polite were not switched on to things like clearing tables or the finer details.
Our room was lovely and clean but things like the tap not working...More
Firstly, we gave the owner AND the manager the right to reply, before coming to tripadvsor - neither of them responded to our correspondence. Very disappointing. We came here for our 30th Wedding Anniversary - exactly 30 years after our first visit on our wedding...More
We booked this hotel after finishing to walk on the Oxfordshire way trail. It was the most expensive hotel in this area but we have no other choice because we were coming by foot. The hotel building is absolutely beautiful and amazing. Our room was...More
Response from GandTCoventry | Reviewed this property |
We stayed in the Coachhouse and, apart from being away from the main building so you have to walk across the courtyard to get meals, we found it great. We had a normal room and it was fantastic, plenty of room etc.
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"We had room 36, in the coach house - it was very spacious, but there were no views of the grounds"