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All reviewssuits of armourfour poster bedold buildingyoung girl behind the barlow doorshand held showerwarwick castleuneven floorssteep stairsensuite roomfriendly member of staffrooms are smalltown centrefor sunday lunchwithin easy walking distancethe pubfantastic stay
i think you have to understand what it is you require. If it's a large room with a modern bathroom then you had best stay at a Best Western or equivalent. This place is almost 650 years old! Wow! Think of the people who would...More
Have been to the hotel before, just walked in at 11am and had a coffee, put bags behind desk, then went shopping, that was 4years ago, went there yesterday 20th January 2018, hotel closed, only for residents at 3pm, then open to the public at...More
My wife and I stayed for two night at this charming hotel. Lots of interesting rooms with some very small doors but nice rooms. The staff were excellent and helpful. Breakfast was a real treat. If you like history this is the place to stay...More
It was lovely to come back to such a wonderful hotel. Friendly staff and the food was superb. I came for the autumn rugby and the atmosphere good. The steak was great. Looking forward to coming again in march
How would I describe my stay here? Odd I think would best describe it. The building is quaint and full of shall we say character. Stayed in a little room at the top of the building with a door no more than 4.5ft tall (quaint),...More