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Large country home built in 1793 now turned into a hotel/conference/activity center in a beautiful setting. The home is worn but it added to the charm. The upstairs library had comfy chairs and couches with a fire in the fireplace. I sat there reading one...More
At the end of May I joined nine other residents at Gartmore House on one of its arts and crafts retreats. I stayed for five nights in a comfortable room which was en suite. The food was lovely, with a vegetarian choice if required. We...More
The Gartmore house seems like a good deal, but bat the best place to stay in the area. The rooms and bathrooms are old and run down. There is internet, but it is so slow that you can not check your email.
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Gartmore House is a late Georgian country house, given a complete Victorian make-over, recently abandoned and then recovered, and is now run as a trust, particularly (but not entirely) for families and groups. It therefore does best for walking clubs, school activity groups, church related...More
Hotel is in a poor state of repair. Supposed to be a birthday surprise for my sister.
Canteen instead of a dining room, a cupboard selling drinks, large no of students using part of the hotel and other groups with carers. No proper reception.
US$77 - US$102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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