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Newest reviews for Hazelwood House

  • Mark
      United Kingdom
    5 August 2014

    Quiet location

    8.8

  • Brian
      United Kingdom
    15 July 2014

    Location

    Overpriced. Bed soft

    5.8

  • Carol
      United Kingdom
    15 July 2014

    This is a magical place, quite quirky,very arty and off the beaten track. The staff were lovely and the food delicious. If you want somewhere unique, traditional and hidden away in Devon, this is special. In addition to the normal functions of a hotel, they do some fascinating events.The garden is fairly overgrown and it is part of an old estate which has been allowed to swallow up the house to some extent, but this is part of its charm.

    The en-suite bathroom was small and there was no shower screen or curtain, but you do not come to a special place like this and bother about such things.It will not appeal to those who want to stay in a standard, modern hotel.It was lovely to find somewhere so unusual.

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    29 April 2014

    Hazelwood is set in a tranquil valley, off the beaten track, surrounded by hills and trees. The sound of birds and bees is about all there is to disturb. The ambience of the country house is lovely, and this, together with the setting and the lovely people make it reasonable value for the solo traveller looking to get away from everything.

    8.5

  • Julie
      United Kingdom
    4 March 2014

    The surroundings and the decor

    8.3

  • Ray
      United Kingdom
    8 October 2013

    No Chef, No Evening Meal, No Bar, Breakfast just passable, Bathroom to small for a double room, no toothbrush holders, very poor value for money as we ended up paying £145.00 for 1 night

    3.8

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    25 September 2013

    The food was good, wellcooked and presented.

    The rooms were very poor.The double room we stayed in costing £145 per night had only a small double bed which was uncomfortableThe radiator did not work, the paint on the walls in the bathroom was in desperate need of repair. No dressing gowns were provided , tea and coffee making supplies minimal. The whole building looks as if it could fall down any minute and needs urgent repair.I cannot believe they can charge what they did , I felt like asking for a refund.

    3.8

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    25 September 2013

    Very relaxed atmosphere. Wonderful food. Very friendly staff. Bed linen was super soft and very clean.

    Mattress was too bouncy and soft. But room very comfortable.

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    29 August 2013

    Excellent food Attentive service Authentic and original people running it A truly hidden and un touched valley Relaxed Good cotton bedding and comfy large beds Original decor and artefacts welcoming

    Leaving - worth staying a few days - brilliant wind Down place

    9.2

  • Alison
      United Kingdom
    28 August 2013

    The food was brilliant, very good, unfortunately not followed up by service, only 12 in dining and had to wait 20 minutes for desert .

    The garden was overgrown , described as wonderful views unfortunately surrounded by trees which completely blocked everything. No welcome from staff, nobody asking if everything okay. Ie manager .Milk given for cup of tea in morning, by which time it had gone off. The tonic was flat in the g and t Mismatched furniture in bedroom.

    5.4

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    30 July 2013

    Great atmosphere warm and inviting very relaxed

    6.3

  • Simon
      United Kingdom
    26 July 2013

    Very secluded and relaxed.

    Access not easy.

    7.5

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    24 July 2013

    Lovely lady who welcomed us and nice big towels!

    Confusion over the additional £15 per child on the family room rate. Very narrow and dreadfully maintained road to house. Very small bathroom.

    5.4

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