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Evesham WR11 7TS England
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#2 of 9 in Evesham
38 en-suite bedroom, 19th Century Manor House set in 19 acres of its own grounds and surrounded by a large private estate. Dumbleton Hall overlooks the Cotswold village of the same name. It is a wonderful location for a midweek break, as a wedding venue at weekends and is also able to offer conference facilities for up to 100 delegates
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Free parking
Free internet
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Taxi service
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Complimentary tea
Special diet menus
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Non-smoking hotel
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Clothes rack
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Flatscreen TV
Sofa bed
Walk-in shower
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Electric kettle
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HonestChas wrote a review 18 May
18 contributions6 helpful votes
This is an extract of the complaint I wrote to Bespoke Hotels who own the hotel. I haven't had the courtesey of a reply yet. I visited Dumbleton Hall on 6th May 2022. My wife, child (age 10) and myself had booked a family room from yourselves through Hotels.com, having seen the excellent reviews for the hotel. The initial contact from the hotel was fine, asking me to check in before arrival and I booked a restaurant reservation for dinner at 7.30pm at the same time by email. On arrival the grounds the hotel are lovely although parking spaces were limited. On entry to reception we were checked in and our dinner reservation was confirmed, it all went a bit sour from there. Firstly, having been given the keys no one actually advised where our room was and we had to ask. The hotel décor was tired and dated with cracks in the plasterwork and missing paintwork. Our room was very old and dated with basic housekeeping having been performed but no real cleaning done for months, the tea and coffee facilities were cunningly hidden in the wardrobe so they couldn’t really be used and there was no drinking water provided in the room. My son’s bed was to be a sofa bed which was not set up at that time, I incorrectly assumed that there was a turn down service and this would be remedied by the time we returned from dinner. The bathroom sills were dirty and the bath was a disabled bath which meant it was about 13 inches wide in the middle, certainly not enough to bathe in. In addition to this we had 3 people but were only provided with 2 bath towels and 1 50ml bottle of shower gel. Anyway, we got ready for dinner and arrived at the restaurant at 7.35pm to be told that despite having a reservation we would have to wait for a table to be made up. The dining room smelt like a cross between a school dinner hut and an old people’s home restaurant. We were seated and the menu was very limited, but my wife and I decided to opt for Sirloin Steak with Chips and Peas and my son had Chicken Nuggets from the children’s menu. Despite ordering steak no one changed the cutlery to include a steak knife. When the steaks arrived they were stringy and both well done as opposed to medium rare which had been requested. The chips tasted of oil and the peas were tinned. Not worth £22.50 per head by any means. We ordered coffee and tea to be served in the lounge after dinner and had to wait 15 minutes for that to arrive. The tea and coffee were both tasteless and we had to ask for a biscuit to go with them. Upon returning to the room the sofa bed was not made up and the only bedding in the room for it was an old brown blanket and a pillow in the top of the wardrobe above the tea and coffee facilities. I went to reception to ask for the bed to be made up and after 10 minutes the bar man came into the room to make it. He absolutely stank of body odour and had sweaty armpits to prove it. The sofa bed was made up and we all retired for the night. At 11pm my son crept into the bed with us as the mattress he had on the sofa bed had no support at all and all your could feel was springs and the bed frame. So my wife and I spent a romantic night being kicked and elbowed by a 10 year old. In addition to this I had stomach ache. The next morning we went down for breakfast. I don’t know why we bothered to get dressed as one of the guests was wandering around in slippers and a pair of pyjamas. As far as “Full English Breakfast” was concerned, the bacon was burnt, the fried egg was cold and the hash brown tasted of the same oil as the previous nights chips. The tea was again tasteless and cold. When we checked out, I asked to speak to the manager and who as it happened was behind me on a ladder putting up some balloons for a wedding to be held that day. He did not have the courtesy come down from the ladder during the entirety of our conversation. I raised the issue of the dirty rooms, to which he replied “it is an old hotel the rooms are going to be dirty”. To my comments on the bathroom he said well it is a disabled bath and explained I had been offered a room with a bath and I expected to be able to bathe in it, which I could not. With regard to the tea, he said “well I am from Yorkshire, so don’t take offence but I like Yorkshire tea so you either had that or PG Tips”. He also saw nothing wrong with the quality of the food or serving tinned peas. His overall explanation of the poor state of the hotel and shabby décor was that the hotel was being refurbished shortly and knocked £50 off my bill. I tried to explain to him that if I had realised how awful the hotel was and how poor the food was (cheap ingredients and poor cooking) then I would not have even booked it. Anyway, I then spent the entire weekend with an upset stomach and feeling totally cheated.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Jeannie2207 wrote a review 17 May
Windsor, United Kingdom1114 contributions422 helpful votes
A very impressive building as you drive up. Beautiful grounds. There was a very friendly welcome from the reception team. I would describe the whole place as a little bit faded elegance but very comfortable. We had a pleasant meal in the evening and delicious breakfast. The grounds are lovely to take a stroll in with great views.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled
Stephen P wrote a review 5 May
18 contributions7 helpful votes
I stayed at Dumbleton Hall Hotel for 2 nights and am full of praise for the establishment. The setting is really stunning - over looking a lake, rolling countryside with sheep and lambs running around in the fields - very peaceful and tranquil. Internally the Hotel has some beautiful jacobean decorations - the ceiling in reception. It is clean although a little tired in places - a little refreshing wouldn't go amiss. But, there is so much which is wonderful about the hotel to forgive being a little tired. The staff are also amazing, very warm welcoming, friendly and respectful. They responded to my foibles and idiosyncrasies with patience and respect for which I really thank them. I would really recommend at stay at Dumbleton Hall Hotel.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled
pebbles5 wrote a review Apr 2022
Sandbach, United Kingdom71 contributions57 helpful votes
We booked the hotel as we needed somewhere central for all of us (11 in total) to meet and celebrate our Mum's 70th Birthday. From the moment we booked a few months back, communication with the hotel around organizing the celebration was brilliant. The hotel offered family bedrooms which is rare outside of hotel chains, they were of a very good size, with a large double and two twin beds (expected a sofa bed or rollout beds so a lovely surprise). All members of the party commented the next morning on how comfy the beds were and the great linens they were dressed with. We occupied rooms 30,32,37 and 38 and all were modern in decor, very clean, great views and of a great size. In parts a little updating is required but that did not put us off at all, it was probably at the forefront of my mind and I was looking for it as i had taken too much notice of previous reviews on here. It certainly wouldn't stop us from staying again. We had a lovely 3 course meal in the Clive suite, Food and service was great, honestly all members of staff from all departments couldn't do enough for us. We finished our stay the next morning with a great breakfast, continental to start and then a delicious cooked to order breakfast. Set us up nicely for exploring the stunning grounds and garden. We wouldn't hesitate to stay again and to recommend to others.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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countyroamer wrote a review Apr 2022
Greater London, United Kingdom72 contributions31 helpful votes
This was our first holiday break since the ending of Covid restrictions,so I was even prepared to face the patience-testing trials of the dreaded M25 to head north to the lovely Cotswolds. We arrived at Dumbleton Hall around 4 pm. You reach the Hall via country roads, passing through the village of Dumbleton. The hotel is set well back from the road, and you have to reach it by driving through grounds used as grazing for a flock of sheep. I dropped speed to almost a walking pace, as many of the large number of lambs seemed to have little concept of the Green Cross Code, and judicious use of brakes and horn were needed to get us up to the hotel that my wife said: 'Looks like a miniature Hogwarts!' The fullness of the car park showed the popularity of the place, and we managed to squeeze in at a far corner. The person manning the reception was friendly, efficient and helpful, and we were soon looking for our room. Although the room was small ( room 17), it was comfortable and spotlessly clean, and leaving my wife sipping a cup of tea, I went off to explore the hotel's extensive grounds. There was a small lake surrounded by old, magnificent trees, neat, well maintained gardens, and a hillside smothered in blooming daffodils, and stocked with wild birds, and pheasant that lifted away in a whirr of wings when I roamed too close. Breakfast was included in our deal. The dining room staff were exceptional. Like the reception team, they were friendly, efficient, with nothing seeming to be too much trouble. I am something of a fan of the traditional Full English breakfast, and I was very impressed with the version served at the hotel, while my wife tucked happily into the vegetarian version. For those who prefer a lighter start to the morning, a Continental breakfast was also available. The same excellent service was given to us when we took dinner there. The menu is small, but caters to all tastes, and once again we had a first class meal served by first class staff. I would certainly go there again.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Room Tip: The car park can fill very quickly. Try to get there before mid to late afternoon.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dumbleton Hall Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Dumbleton Hall Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Cotswold Vale Alpacas (3.4 km), Hailes Abbey (6.7 km), and Stanway House & Fountain (5.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Dumbleton Hall Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Dumbleton Hall Hotel?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, a sofa bed, and a walk-in shower.
What food & drink options are available at Dumbleton Hall Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Dumbleton Hall Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Dumbleton Hall Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include 5 North Street, Inn & Brasserie at Childswickham, and Buckland Manor Restaurant.
Are pets allowed at Dumbleton Hall Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Dumbleton Hall Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Dumbleton Hall Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Stanway House & Fountain (5.8 km).
Does Dumbleton Hall Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the park view available here.
Is Dumbleton Hall Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.