Stayed here for 4 nights. Our first room we were allocated was above the kitchen & smelt of cooking food. A quick trip to reception & we were moved. ALL staff have been friendly, efficient & professional. Would highly recommend this hotel, it’s location is great for exploring and parking is free! But please remember parts of this hotel are Tudor, so sloping floors & stairs, low ceilings & narrow corridors are to be expected! Enjoy!
I am so annoyed with the staff in this establishment! We were having a lovely time and then the manager Stewart! Decided to not serve us because ‘we seemed pissed’ after 2 drinks! But continued to serve the boys with 5 jäger bombs each and some beers each round! I think that was very sexist and not happy with this at all! 0 star for me and not returning.
We popped here for drinks and on entering thought it was a lovely place with lots of character. The staff were friendly and following Covid rules. Disappointingly that quickly changed, due to the overpowering smell of food! We moved tables, thinking we may be too close to the kitchen but the smell was in every part of the bar and lounge area. It was so bad that we decided to leave our practically full drinks and find another pub to have a drink. Our clothes stunk of greasy cooking! The extraction of food smells in the kitchen shouldn't come into the bar, lounge or restaurant areas! Not a place we'll come back to, purely due to leaving smelling like a greasy spoon.
When ever we go to Tewkesbury we love drinking here so we decided to book a room literally last minute on a Friday as a couple. The initial room we were given wasn’t ideal as the tv was on the left hand side of the bed and couldn’t be adjusted to lie in bed and watch comfortably. We popped down stairs and asked if we could change rooms.The guy on the desk couldn’t do enough to sort another room for us and put us in the attic room no 301. Room was full of beams and very qwerky....we loved it...be prepared that the bathroom/ shower is very cramped as the sloping room line cuts into the standing area of the bath.We found it funny as what can you expect when your in an old Tudor building. Drinks were great on the night using the app to deliver to table...plus they sell Shipyard Ale and a Whitney Neils Gin! We got blinding drunk and did a pub crawl up the high street to the old traditional pubs and loved it! Breakfast was fantastic in the morning! We will defo go back.Not bad for £50 a night last minute on a Friday either.Im a fussy bugger so they must be doing something right...loved the old panelling in the bar/restaurant and old fireplace.…
Stopped here Saturday night for a meal and was impressed. Very large old building with lots of nooks and crannies large garden overlooking the river which was lovely. Meal was very nice and very reasonable but very busy as a Saturday night. Went back Sunday night just for a drink in the garden and it was much quieter and lovely