Ratings based on 87 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Wargrave , Berks
Reasonable HotelPosted Aug 30, 2014
Pros: The food .
Cons: The room we had.
Location: Pleasant area - no time to spend on things to do.
Very disappointed with the ground floor room which was too small for two persons. It was in an extension part of the hotel with a side view of part of the garden and the remaining view directly to another bedroom just a few yards away. I could not operate the shower control which was just too tight to move . My wife said the bath was good with very hot water. The hotel facilities and the gardens are good and we had dinner with five friends - the meals were excellent as was the service - unfortunately there was no room for our friends in the restaurant so we all sat in the bar which was very noisy. The Breakfast was excellent with marvellous bacon, grilled tomatoes and mushrooms. I could not understand why I had to leave an Amex Pre Authorisation slip for £30 although I was assured that this sum would not be debited from my Amex Account. I of course paid for all extras we had incurred.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler from Sydney, australia
OK for quick stayPosted Aug 12, 2014
Pros: Comfortable room
Cons: Lifts to rooms.
Easy parking. Good food for a quick overnight stay
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Wolverhampton
Lovely hotel set in historic house.Posted Aug 2, 2014
Pros: Character. Friendly staff.
Location: Wightwick Manor (NT). Vanilla Coffee shop.
Lovely historic house, close to Wightwick Manor and good access into city. Countryside on your doorstep. Great cafe just down the hill (Vanilla). Have used the hotel several times for family and friends.
for Business Travelersby Jeremy S from Somerset, UK
Convenient ,nice garden, slightly datedPosted Jun 21, 2014 on Hotels.com
Nice location on the edge of Wolverhampton. Nice to be able to share a drink in the garden on a summer evening. Dinner good enough, a little basic. Rooms need a bit of modernisation. Staff generally friendly. Good value overall.
for Getaway With Friendsby Mirzitara from London
Nice Hotel but in need of some TLCPosted Jun 11, 2014 on Hotels.com
I requested a room on the ground floor which I got. Unfortunately it was a very poor room. There was a smell of damp, plus the thermostat in the shower was faulty, you either got frozen or roasted! The bedding did not feel clean - rather musty. I explained the situation and the Reception staff were extremely helpful and I said a change of room for the next night would be fine. This was duly authorised and the new rooms was much superior even though it was on the first floor (no liftts!). Staff all very helpful and polite.
by A&B from Newcastle
Not welcomingPosted May 25, 2014
Pros: The Grand Hall and staircase and it was a convenient location for us but that's all.
Cons: It would take too long!
The approach to the hotel is across a wide expanse of worn, potholed and patched car park. Once inside, the impression improves; the public rooms and main staircase are handsome. The room was clean and just about OK for the price, although it was hot and stuffy and opening the windows did not help (no AC). The buffet breakfast was poor, "greasy spoon" cafe standard, although those who opted for dishes from the a la carte menu seemed to do better. The light in the bathroom went off and on at random, somewhat inconveniently since there was no window. When we mentioned this to Reception we were told that it was "probably on a timer to save money" - clearly not the case, since the room lights were on the usual key card system, but revealing in that a member of staff thought it an adequate excuse for repeatedly plunging guests into darkness! The hotel appears to specialise in catering for conferences and functions, no doubt successfully. We had the impression that individual guests are a long way down their list of priorities.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted May 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
Hotel itself was generally very nice, but the room was a big let-down. Thin walls = noise from corridor, 1 radiator still on even when turned off = too hot, generally shabby decor in room; and room was far too dark due to very poor lighting which made working in the evening unpleasant. I wouldnt recomend for business trips.
for Everyoneby 555
friendly staff.Posted May 1, 2014
the the room first given was now as on the web site,was given a room which you could smell damp , new room was lovely clean, plenlty of space and tidy.staff very friendly and helpfull.
for Couplesby Andy from North Wales
Pleasant hotel,lovely building and gardensPosted Apr 29, 2014
A very pleasant stay in nice surroundings. The bedroom and bathroom were spacious but as we were on the top floor the room was very warm. The breakfast was excellent and the dining room staff were very pleasant, helpful and attentive to detail. We would return for another stay.
Recommendedby katzy from Durham
friendly servicePosted Apr 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
Great hotel, definitely one to return to!