Ratings based on 12 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.2 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
PoorPosted Aug 17, 2013
I would not recommend staying here. Hotel was unkempt and dirty. We had a double bed that was advertised as a king size and incredibly uncomfortable. The mains water pipe went through our room so everytime someone showered or went to the toilet we had very noisy water rushing down the pipe! The room needed a proper clean as did the dining room (especially the tablecloths which were literally just swept down daily with a tea towel). We left a day early despite having paid for the night. I just wanted to leave.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Idyllic location, character hotel needs de-clutterPosted Aug 7, 2013 on Hotels
The hotel has a long, private drive and is set in lovely grounds with peacocks roaming and large fish ponds. Upon entering the building I found it a little disappointing as it is very cluttered with a cheese plant taking over part of the bar. It has gone beyond character trinkets and desperately needs a de-clutter! I get the feeling that the owners have had it a long time and have lost interest, which is a real shame! With some TLC this property could be amazing! The saving grace were the room rates. If they spent some time tidying this place they could create a much better first impression and get much more for the rooms.
for Everyoneby vij from London, UK
ok but not for familiesPosted Aug 6, 2013
Pros: food in resturant
Cons: showering facility
Location: quite and peaceful but out of way for families
good place to rest for a night though overall place can do with a coming with an update most annoying was the bathroom, really tiny with the so called shower had no pressure at all thus almost impossible to have a shower media e.g tv can be upgraded to more modern flat screens tea and coffee making facilities in room need to be better no spoons or stirrers
Recommendedby rich from birmingham
Great location with fantastic food quiet and greatPosted Aug 6, 2013 on Hotels
Was down on business and was happy with my stay everything needed was available
by A verified traveler
per chi ha spirito d'adattamento.Posted Jul 8, 2013
Abbiamo pernottato in due nei primi giorni di luglio.Una struttura interessante, con un discreto parco, un'antica pianta di Tasso e svariati splendidi pavoni che si aggirano liberi lanciando sonori richiami fin dalle prime luci dell'alba e anche se un po` si salva la parte "di facciata" è decisamente poco curato. All'interno si va da uno stantio stile old England al kitch con una punta di atmosfera da rigattiere; la nostra camera sotto tetto è molto piccola con letto troppo stretto e le molle del materasso che si fanno sentire,nessuna tenda atta a riparare dalla luce esterna, polvere,ragnatele,il cadavere di qualche insetto, gli asciugamani sporchi e cigliegina sulla torta: dopo aver fatto espressa richiesta di una stanza silenziosa, eravamo cullate da sinfonie di sifoni e autoclave oltre a quelle dei pittoreschi sunnominati pavoni. Tanto per non farci mancare nulla, il personale non brilla in simpatia e la colazione non smentisce l'andazzo generale; fate voi!!! Gix
Recommendedby The Pugh family
Beautiful location, relaxing atmosphere.Posted Oct 31, 2012 on Hotels
We enjoyed our stay especially the log fires and olde worlde style. If there was one thing that needed attention in our room it was the cleanliness of the building, we had dirty windowsills, under the bed and also the lampshade were very dusty. However everything else was splendid and we would definitely stay again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 5, 2011 on Hotels
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Warrington
Fabulous Great Trethew Manor Hotel LiskardPosted Jun 26, 2011
Fantastic Hotel with 30 acres of grounds, wild life in abundance and just loved the peacocks. The food is excellent and I will certainly be going back.
by A verified traveler from Worcestershire, UK
Great Trethew Manor Hotel - in need of a faceliftPosted May 4, 2011 on Hotels
We had booked 2 'superior' double rooms and on arrival were told that only 1 was available but that we were lucky that the Bungalow was free and we would be able to have that at no extra cost. This was a bit of a joke as it was tatty and very dated accommodation with a very old bathroom, many lights not working and although there was a tired looking kitchen there was no tea/coffee or milk. We had booked the superior room for a king sized bed but ended up with just a double bed. The breakfast was quite good but overall we were a little disappointed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Southampton
Great Trethew Manor Hotel - great locationPosted Oct 8, 2010 on Hotels
The hotel has a lovely setting with wonderful grounds to walk in. Very olde worlde and although our room was quite small and did not have a view we were happy with the general atmosphere and found all staff members very friendly and accommodating. The hotel is well situated to visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project as well Mevagissey and Newquay. The food in the restaurant is great and good value for money.