The hotel is in a beautiful setting and close to Burghley House where we had a business event the following day. We were a bit stuck for accommodation in the area.
It’s tired and old looking with a strong musty smell in carpeted areas.
We chose not to eat in the hotel and opted for the great, lively pub across the road.
The staff were fairly friendly and welcoming apart from one bartender who suggested a particular glass of wine was “very expensive” in a suggestive manor that it wasn’t suitable for us.
Our was sufficient however we had a twin and the beds were smaller than a single and my colleagues feet hung over the bottom and she isn’t very tall. The amenities were suitable and available however the room was boiling hot and stuff even with windows open.
Breakfast was average however quite slow service and my colleagues fried egg was under cooked.
Overall, would I recommend it? It does the job for a quick nights stay for convenience but I wouldn’t go to enjoy myself. More
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