Ulimmeh-hannibal EzekielWednesday, 13th September 2017
Very nice historic hotel. Stayed here for a work event that our company was hosting at the Luton Hoo. The rooms are very old fashioned, which gives the hotel it's unique look. The four pillar beds makes it feels as if you are sleeping in a haunted house. A very unique hotel indeed. We even did clay bird shooting here, which was great fun.
Natalie RobertsWednesday, 13th September 2017
Celebrated my mums 70th Birthday here a couple of weeks ago. Food was lovely, service was appalling. When you are paying £35 per head for afternoon tea, this commands a fairly high level of expectation. We had to chase for everything. We were a group of 7. So with 14 scones you would expect more than one small dish of jam and cream to share, not to mention a single small jug of milk to share for teas and coffees. Having refilled tea cups and run out of tea, 2 of our group then had to wait 20mins before reminding the waitress we were still waiting for the fresh pot to turn up. Without going on too much, the afternoon turned from bad to worse. Having retired to the terrace we then waited 40 minutes for our Irish coffees, only to be told (after waiting and complaining) that as we had ordered at the end of a very busy afternoon that they had been waiting for the dishwasher to finish!!! Then, when the coffee's did turn up, we were one short. By the time the forgotten one finally turned up, everyone else had finished. You are only 70 once and this most certainly will be a memorable birthday but unfortunately not for the right reasons. You get what you pay for but in this case it was a disgrace for such a prestigious place.
Joan ParkesTuesday, 1st August 2017
Fantastic hotel, absolutely top class. Food excellent. Golf course very difficult but enjoyable. Quite tough for ladies...keep out of the long grass! Booked through Your golf Travel and got a very good deal.
Matthew O'malleySunday, 15th October 2017
Have been here twice for dinner in both restaurants. Both have been great. The main restaurant was was fantastic and the brassiere great. Stunning hotel and beautiful grounds
Richard JacksonFriday, 13th October 2017
Went to play golf, £3.20 for a cup of tea, will go elsewhere when we finish, why are you so greedy