Ratings based on 61 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from london
Because we had a dogPosted Sep 1, 2015
We were bumped from a nicer room to a crap room because we had a dog. The room smelled like a kennel (seriously). I have a small hypo-allergenic dog (Maltese)---he doesn't shed or smell and I was so grossed out sleeping in this room. The main issue was we paid a pretty hefty price each night (£260/night) value for money sucked. So disappointed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 12, 2015 on Hotels
Absolutely beautiful setting. Staff at front desk not that helpful, which let everything else down
for Couplesby Carol from Bracknell
Afternoon tea & overnight stayPosted Aug 4, 2015 on Hotels
We had been given a gift of afternoon tea at Tylney Hall and the hotel looked fabulous, so we booked to stay overnight too. We weren't disappointed. We arrived at around 1pm and were able to check in early which allowed time for us to look around the beautiful gardens prior to our afternoon tea, which was delightful. The staff were very attentive and helpful throughout our stay. After a delicious breakfast we were able to enjoy another stroll round the gardens. A return visit has already been planned.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Hailsham
Great hotel for a splurgePosted Aug 3, 2015
Pros: The room was stunning as were the grounds.
Cons: Not terribly good value for money. Drinks were horrendously expensive. Breakfast was disappointing too. The hot buffet was more a lukewarm one.
Location: Set within fantastic grounds.
A very special venue for a wedding reception. Room was lovely, bed enormous and room service prompt.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Stunning gardenPosted Jul 28, 2015 on Hotels
We come back every summer, the house and the garden(s) are simply lovely. The pools are great! And this must be the best place in England to enjoy your breakfast! There is however a problem with some of the housekeeping staff and thier understanfing of English, they say yes, but nothing -or something completely different-will happen. Things have always worked like clock work, this year it did not. But we will come back, to good a place to miss out on.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from London, UK
Wonderful sunny weekend breakPosted Jul 13, 2015
Pros: Outdoor swimming pool, gardens/grounds
Cons: Air conditioning in all of the rooms.
We had a lovely relaxing weekend break at Tylney Hall Hotel. The outdoor pool in the warm weather was absolutely gorgeous and we had such a nice time. The hotel has 66 acres of grounds and the gardens were lovely. We spent an hour going for a wonder round and it really was very picturesque. The hotel was bigger than we were expecting, and was pretty much full on one of the nights we were there, but it never felt too noisy or crowded and the staff were very attentive. The main restaurant was fully booked so we ate in the lounge from the lounge menu which was very nice and the food was pretty speedy. The prices at the hotel were fairly expensive, probably more so than I was expecting. The drinks prices were more expensive than in the West End of London; so if you are looking for a bargain weekend I wouldn’t suggest booking here! We had a deluxe room in the main house of the top floor. The standard to the room décor was good and the bathroom was huge. The only negative I have about the room is that it was incredibly warm at night even with a fan on and so made it quite difficult to fall asleep. We did mention this to the receptionist at check out and she said they are working on getting air conditioning into all of the rooms, but I think this will take a while. All in all we had a wonderful two night break and we would definitely return for another special occasion.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
A great placePosted Jul 9, 2015 on Hotels
This is an exceptionally professionally run and beautiful place. We stayed for a week and were very impressed by the excellent service from all levels of staff. Room service is super efficient, the food is great and the setting idyllic. The gardens and grounds are outstanding, we made full use of the beautiful pool in it's own walled garden and enjoyed the swallows and swifts flying round the towers. The room was spacious, well furnished and comfortable, wifi was excellent. Hope to be back soon.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from 日本
古い館と美しい庭Posted Jul 3, 2015
for Familiesby Wing Fei Leonard from Hong Kong
Beautiful sunset hotelPosted Jun 15, 2015 on Hotels
The hotel is nicer than I expected based on the pictures and description I read when I booked the hotel. The room and in particular the power plugs is the only drawback. Some of the power sockets are still using the old ones rather than the standard BS 13A plugs. The decor in the room is also a little dated but it is extremely clean. The service is excellent through out the hotels and I witnessed how the front desk staff handled a difficult customer and yet, they handled her perfectly.
by A verified traveler from Scunthorpe
Nice on the outside hiding poor rooms insidePosted May 18, 2015
Pros: Beautiful grounds, nice staff
Cons: Need to rethink their updating of the rooms some of our party had updated ones but only redecorated nothing more.
Location: Not a lot to do around the area
Approaching this hotel you think wow downstairs all is great massive disappointment when you get into the bedroom. Old dated furniture, postage size TV no air con room was a heat sink (remember this is suppose to be 5 stars) noisy in the morning -woken before 8am on a Sunday with staff and cart noise. Basically a 3 star country house hotel charging around 200 a night. When I compare this with my room the night before in Crawley at Windfalls hotel at half the price but double the room style I could have cried.