Ratings based on 47 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified ReviewsThey paid and stayed. We double-checked.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Bromley, Kent
Home from homePosted Nov 16, 2015
Lovely weekend break. Home from home experience. We were well looked after. Our room was very cosy with a comfortable bed. We will be back!
for Business Travelersby Kay
Creepy Place.Posted Oct 21, 2015 on Hotels
A creepy place. The bathroom was a shared one and the owners son had used it and left his products behind. The shower needs descaling and the privacy is limited as the door has glass panes and a net curtain! I chose not to have breakfast the minute I walked in. The room requires an urgent "bring me up to date" Spanish dolls on the mantel and conservatory wicker furniture to sit on bunched up next to the tiny TV. The sink in the room was yellow and when using the tap the smell from the plug was rancid. Even the drive in was creepy, the gates opened and you have to drive through a large willow tree.
for Couplesby Donna from Perth Australia
One night stayPosted Oct 13, 2015 on Hotels
Needs refreshing, tired looking
for Familiesby gary
English country housePosted Oct 6, 2015 on Hotels
The country house was what we came to see. It It needed lots of up keep & owner a bit negative. Fun at local pub across bridge and lovely meals. Breakfast at house good.
for Couplesby FRANK
Posted Sep 8, 2015 on Hotels
Hat eigentlich alles gepasst, ausser das das Zimmer kein Bad hatte.
by A verified traveler
Good welcomePosted Aug 18, 2015
Pros: Entrance garden & waterfall nice.
Cons: Quite a lot!
Location: Don't did'nt stay that long, but it is close to Exeter.
Bedroom a little tired, no en-suite so had to wait for shower or bath. Sink only in room. Tea & coffee facility, nice cups.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Kent
Nice peaceful place to stayPosted Aug 17, 2015
Pros: The peace and quiet
We were breaking up our business trip and this was a lovely place to stop over for the night. Breakfast was lovely with freshly cooked full English and cereals, fruit and yoghurt to help yourself to whilst waiting all served with a smile. Very good.
for Couplesby Pamela
Posted Aug 4, 2015 on Hotels
The owner could not do enough for us but at the same time was not overpowering and left us to relax.
for Couplesby Rosey from Basingstoke
Interesting place.Posted May 9, 2015 on Hotels
Old quaint interesting place, definitely not boring chain hotel. Host very friendly.
for Business Travelersby seeto from Bexhill
The Worst Hotel EverPosted Jan 14, 2015 on Hotels
This has to be the worst hotel I have ever stayed. I do a great deal of travelling and see many hotels. so what was the deal breaker that gives this hotel my award for the worst hotel ever? Was it the tasteless animal pelts and other parts of dead animals that adorned the foyer? no Was it the live parrots and dogs that squawked and barked through the night? no was it the useless Wi-Fi or TV that had worse reception than use week old sandwich? or was it the dirty communal bathroom? no it wasn't that either. the award was won due to the hotelier attempting throw me out at 10PM for leaving the door open for a mere 2 minutes. He was unconcerned that I was lugging a heavy server to my car using my grand total of 2 arms, and didn't attempt to help either. he seemed more concerned that I grasp the concept of an open door allowing heat to escape. once I explained to him that I was no an imbecile and that could it was possible rustle up the power of few braincells to work that one out, he flipped his lid and decided he didn't want me as a paying customer anymore. luckily I stood my ground and stayed anyway, but going to the lengths of blocking the bedroom door to frankly get what I paid for is not a what I call a decent hotel.