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All reviewshigh streetsash windowsold buildingking roomtown centre locationcar parkbunk bedsfamily roomlimited parkinggood sizelovely hotelwould stay againfull english breakfastfew minutes walkstayed here for one nightweekend breakbreakfast was excellent
Stayed here for 2 nights have no complaints. The bed was comfortable, the room warm and I slept well. There is a friendly atmosphere in this hotel and it was pleasant to sit in the foyer and enjoy the surroundings. The breakfast was okay not...More
Arthur Guinness, (creatorand founder) would never have served a Guinness Shandy, but then he did not value his driving license. My request for the drink was met with a lovely smile from the bar person, and served with professional aplomb.
After visiting friends in Warwick...More
Really friendly welcome from the staff. They had arranged everything perfectly for a celebration dinner and managed to make last -minute arrangements for extra rooms. The bedrooms are perfectly adequate and quieter than expected for a hotel on the high street. All the attractions, shops,...More
Our stay here was OK, but for the price the hotel was rather below par. Only one pillow and no extra ones in the room. Shower and bathroom just adequate. The biggest disappointment was the breakfast - despite having stated ahead that we need a...More
This old coaching inn in the High Street is perfectly located - close to Warwick Castle (of which some of the rooms have a direct view), and only steps from the magnificent Lord Leycester's Hospital and The Art Kitchen, one of the best Thai restaurants...More