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Reviewed 23 September 2009

Reading the reviews for this Motel I was nervous before our stay. But on arrival was pleasantly surprised, Yes the rooms do need a little updated in decor department and for what we wanted it was perfect. Three pubs in walking distance, but I would recommend The Bulls Head. Alton Towers is a five minute drive which was the reason...

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Reviewed 21 September 2009

We stayed here for two nights whilst visiting Alton Towers, myself my husband, son aged 21 and daughter aged 18. When we arrived it looked very nice, but as other reviewers have stated the décor is badly in need of updating, but we do not go to places to look at the décor, all we require is a clean and...

Thank cornish4
Reviewed 15 September 2009

Upon arrival we were shown down to the garage which had been split into 2 bedrooms. The place was stinking of damp. The bathroom sink was leaking and there was skid marks on the bathroom towels. Once in the bed you could feel the damp on the sheets and you could hear every move the guest made next door. We...

Thank scotslass006
Reviewed 27 August 2009

When we arrived we immediately had reservations - it looked old, shabby and run down - the images on their website were clearly taken on a good day! Heading inside we were greeted with flock wallpaper and a dark dining room. The rooms were outside chalets which we were told mainly catered for truckers! They were clean but with dated...

Thank _Lancs_Lass_2009
Reviewed 14 August 2009

We planned a 2 night stay in Alton to go to Alton Towers with my 2 teenage children. Two rooms were booked at the Alverton motel as the children will not share a bed and whilst on holiday my husband and I like to have our own room. We drove up the drive and had immediate reservations as the place...

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Reviewed 4 August 2009

the alverton is a great motel cousey dinning room good food for the day ahead of you. the rooms are very granny and you expect her to pop out of the cudboard oh wait there is no cuboard its just a tiny cubby hole besides this very comfey warm rooms and very close to alton towers.(not near enough to walk...

Thank jking7
Reviewed 3 August 2009

This was one of the best Motels I have stayed in. We had our own cottage which was clean, the decor was dated, but that was no problem. The cottage had 2 floors, with 2 bedrooms, and a total of two double beds and two single beds. The area was lovely, and there was plenty of car parking spaces. The...

Thank mikep72Ferryhill
Reviewed 26 July 2009

only stayed for one night as we were going to alton towers, which is literally 5 mins away, so perfect if you're going there. The room was ok, clean and tidy if not a little dated (looks like your grandma's) altho in the morning we found there was no hot water for a shower or even a wash, perhaps suggest...

Thank Wirralstephen
Reviewed 6 July 2009

Stayed here for 2 nights with my husband and two children age 11 and 6. Lovely quite setting, but only a 5 min walk to 3 decent pubs, very child friendly .Booked a family room and we were very impressed with what we got, was an apartment, living room, sitting area small kitchen and a fridge BONUS!!!! 2 bedrooms ample...

Thank rotster
Reviewed 1 July 2009

Stayed here overnight in June, had basically an equipped 2 bed house for 6 of us . Great location, pub walkable from here for evening meal, lovely food. Breakfast at 8-9 which was great for theme park at 9, cereals, toast and full english. Spacious but decor very old fashioned. Owners very welcoming. Would stay again. We paid £20 pp...

Thank juliegt

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  • Free Parking
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  • Kitchenette
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  • Refrigerator in room
  • Free Parking

Additional Information about The Weeping Ash

Address: Denstone Lane, Alton ST10 4AX, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > Staffordshire > Alton
Number of rooms: 16
Also Known As:
Alverton Hotel Alton
The Weeping Ash Alton, England
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“Cottage 3 lovely and big. Cottage 1 had a downstairs bathroom and a table instead of a breakfast bar.”
 of 5 bubbles itinerantcrumpet, 19 Jul 2014 | Read review
“Cottage 3 seems a bit more spacious than cottage 1 and the layout is different.”
 of 5 bubbles AllanClan, 29 Jun 2014 | Read review
“Only been in one room which was very good”
  • My nice room
 of 5 bubbles Hevsy, 6 Oct 2013 | Read review
“We have cottage 3, which had 2 bedrooms”
 of 5 bubbles executivestay, 30 May 2013 | Read review
“If you find the living room a little dull at night, you may want to bring down one of the bedside lamps from one of the bedrooms.”
 of 5 bubbles CDJohnstone4, 12 Oct 2012 | Read review
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