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Awarded the AA Hotel of the Year England, this hotel certainly deserves such an accolade. From the moment we approached the front doors we were given such a huge welcome and that welcome continued throughout our stay. The staff were numerous, they were ever present...More
We loved this place where you can feel the charm of past times. It is an authentic grade 1 listed building with a beautiful breakfast room/restaurant in the evening and a lovey formal garden. We enjoyed the supper in the Tudor Room which is the...More
A lovely property. Had feared it would be a conference hotel given its location. It was not, We stayed in the Tapestry Room which was just lovely. The staff are outstanding. So delightful. Only down side is road noise in the distance. Overall absolutely loved...More
I've had afternoon tea here before and was impressed enough to visit again. Did not live up to expectations. The house and grounds are delightful, lovely cosy setting for our afternoon tea with a roaring log fire.
First issue was one that's my pet hate,...More
We stayed here to await an overnight connection out of Heathrow. The hotel organized our transfers from and back to Heathrow, which is rather close. (We commend the car company, by the way.) The driveway entrance presents a charming facade, but doesn't hint at the...More
Probably built as a Royal Hunting lodge and very much a stately home since the 16th century, Great Fosters is now a prestigious hotel, awarded 4 red stars by the AA. Set amongst 50 acres of gardens and parkland, the …Morehotel is a Grade One listed building blessed with the grandeur of 16th century England and luxurious modern facilities. Its past is evident in the mullioned windows, tall chimneys, fireplaces and brick finials, while the Saxon moat, crossed by a Japanese bridge, surrounds three sides of the formal garden. All the suites and bedrooms are individually decorated. The bedrooms in the Main House are adorned with tapestries and antiques, whilst the bedrooms in The Cloisters are more contemporary in style. The refurbished Coach House offers luxurious accommodation with the latest plasma screens, i-pod docking stations and fabulous bathrooms. The hotel has two restaurants - The Estate Grill has been awarded two rosettes by the AA and serves a simple and seasonal menu with many of the dishes using produce grown on the estate and cooked on a Josper grill. The Tudor Room was awarded a Michelin star and three rosettes by the AA in October 2016 and is an intimate sophisticated restaurant open for lunch on a Thursday & Friday and for dinner from Wednesday to Saturday inclusive. Less
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