Ratings based on 272 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Wedding partyPosted Oct 6, 2015
Very comfortable pleasant stay over all .. only discomfort was concern that breakfast had been purchased through trip adviser .. The hotel reception had only room booked .? ? ? Come on people avoid high blood pressure and get it organised properly .? That uncertainty raised a cloud over rebooking or recommending the hotel or using trip adviser .? no explanation about which was at fault ?
by A verified traveler from East Sussex
One hotel split into twoPosted Oct 1, 2015
Pros: It's close proximity to Warwick and Stratford and the grounds to the hotel
Cons: Beds and the bath/shower is very snug
Location: National trust properties plus all that Warwick and Stratford have to offer
This hotel is called Walton Hall and from the photos we expected to be staying in 'the hall'. In actual fact there are two hotels - one is Walton Hall - the other is The Woodlands which is a new addition on the rear of the hall and is where we stayed. Beds were not comfortable in fact one of them was on the verge of collapse! The grounds were beautiful and the hotel itself was very modern and clean. The safe did not work and although we reported this when we arrived, it was still not working when we left 2 days later. We do not know if they had tried to rectify the problem but we weren't informed of anything. We locked our iPads in our cases for safe keeping. The breakfast was good but the dinner menu was not very inspiring.
by A verified traveler from St Andrews
never a 4 star hotelPosted Oct 1, 2015
Pros: Beautiful setting
Cons: The hotel furnishings are tired .
Location: Should not be advertised as being in Warwick as it is ten miles away. Hotel location is badly sign posted.
This hotel is in a lovely part of the country unfortunatly nine miles from Warwick, we booked dinner in the main diningroom and thats where every thing went wrong. the menu was on a A4 sheet of paper and there was no al acart menu only three starters four main courses and tree deserts. the food was terrible the service was terrible and we were not the only ones who had a bad experience. If you enjoy food and good service this is the last place to visit.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
A little way out of WellesbournePosted Sep 27, 2015
Pros: Countryside Architecture (the new parts sympathetically created)
Cons: Check in. Attention to detail in rooms.
Location: Walking and more walking!
Overall nice but a few details that weren't as good as they could have been, eg headphones left by previous occupants in the drawer (used, if hotel-provided they'd have been in a plastic wrapper), on the top floor the window didn't open so as the room was hot no way of ventilating quickly. I assume that had been fire safety approved though. Check-in was a bit slow. Takes about 45 mins to walk into Wellesbourne. No available leaflets on the walks as advertised but the grounds are spectacular. And beautiful architecture in the adjacent hall too.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Wiltshire
Countryside retreatPosted Sep 24, 2015
Pros: Peaceful countryside
Cons: Housekeeping should not enter your room whilst you are still in there.
Location: Plenty of walks, Historic interest with Warwick castle and Kenilworth. Fabulous shopping in Leicester and Leamington Spa.
We have stayed at the Walton hotel many times and always look forward to our breaks there. The location is fabulous , staff discreet , hotel comfortable.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from peterborough
beautiful grounds and wonderful viewsPosted Sep 19, 2015
Overall the stay was excellent and I would definitely return. The staff were all very pleasant and helpful The only downsides were that the window in my room was fixed so couldn't be opened at all and the TV signal was really bad (it was very hard to get a phone signal too)
for Couplesby A verified traveler from southampton
Nice modern hotel in the countryPosted Sep 15, 2015
Cons: Automatic doors for wheelchair users would be nice
Location: Good location near Stratford and Warwick castle really good walking area
Huge bed so high my wife could not get in without a lot of assistance need to book restaurant very early or you will be eating very late Breakfast first class staff excellent leisure facilities top rate spa treatments a little expensive bar prices reasonable
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from west sussex
Nice hotel out in the countryside.Posted Sep 11, 2015
Pros: Spaciousness peacefulness and good food.
Cons: More staff in the bar. More points to advertise local tourism.
Location: Short drive to Stratford upon Avon.
A short drive from the motorway yet out in the country lovely setting with own lake and church. Took a bath and the tap for the bath / shower was placed so high up the wall you had to stand up to turn on/ off. The cheap plastic tap that the water poured out from actually sprayed like a shower all over the bathroom so I had to refit it. I paid full price for my room and they were so miserly they placed only 2 extra cushions instead of 4 on the bed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Haywards Heath, W. Sussex
Worth a detourPosted Sep 9, 2015
Excellently run; attentive staff. Very good breakfast. An extra blanket would be nice in the bedrooms; instructions are not clear in turning down the air conditioning (small point).
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Cardiff
Classic Hotel in open country grounds.Posted Sep 3, 2015
Pros: Location and grounds wonderful including a lake. Spa facilities very good. Good value
Location: Warwick castle and many National Trust Houses.
Original house, Walton Hall very classic, but most rooms built as annex in blocks which could be Premier Inn. All very clean, efficient and good food.