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Scalford Hall, Melton Mowbray, LE14 4UB, United Kingdom – Show map
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Cycling, Fitness centre, Games room
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the room, Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room service, Packed lunches, Express check-in/check-out, Luggage storage, Laundry, Dry cleaning, Ironing service, Trouser press, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Heating, Non-smoking throughout, Designated smoking area
15:00 - 23:00 hours
07:00 - 10:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
All children from 3 to 12 years are charged GBP 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 3 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Set in a former hunting lodge, the Quorn Lodge Hotel is less than 10 minutes’ walk from Melton Mowbray town centre. The on-site Laurel’s Restaurant specialises in game and grilled meat dishes.
Score from 194 reviews Very good
Set in beautiful landscaped gardens just 15 minutes' walk from Melton Mowbray town centre, this 100-year old house is next to the River Eye, with free fishing for guests.
Score from 131 reviews Very good
Idylically situated in the south-west corner of Lincolnshire, Britain's oldest inn, The Angel and Royal Hotel, is an historic hotel that's said to have hosted 7 kings over 600 hundred years.
Score from 159 reviews Very good
The 200 year-old Harboro Hotel is situated in the historic market town Melton Mowbray. It offers a lounge bar, free Wi-Fi and free parking. The hotel is a 2-minute walk from Mowbray Train Station.
Score from 131 reviews Good
I liked where the hotel is because of the grounds, it is in a lovely surrounds, very nice.
As I was on my own and coming in late at night, being in the Annexe, there are no lights in the grounds and it is very dark and quite scary, hairy. Also when ordering room service on the Saturday evening, I spent over an hour or so, trying to order a sandwich and drink, The phone just kept ringing and no one answered it. So in the end I had to go down to reception, there was no one there and I had to walk around to try and find someone. Eventually I found a member of staff who took my order and said it would only take 10 - 15 minutes, instead of that, I had to wait nearly an for the sandwich and drink. I do understand that there was a wedding reception on there but I think it was absolutely disgusting having to wait all this time and going down in the dark to order it. I do expect and think someone should have been in the reception at all times, in case of this and any real emergencies. It has put me off of returning to this Hotel because of this and also feeling vulnerable due to no lighting. I have stayed in loads of Hotels and this is the first one that I have had this problem. It needs to be looked at and rectified for future. Also during the night it was very noisy, people banging doors through the night, people upstairs stamping on the floor etc. I am not the only one who complained about this, a lot of other people complained too.
Room 112 was small but well soundproofed, we never heard the Wedding Party Disco. The grounds were well maintained and attractive, particularly the trees and squirrels. Bed was extremely comfortable,
Bathroom was very tired, Nowhere to put Soapbags etc. Difficult to get to/from even with SattNav (GPS)
Staff changed my room when I had problems with it.
Single room was tiny, with a sink in the bedroom and a very small bathroom that could only be entered by moving the bedside table. The carpet was old and stained. The shower did not work correctly and ran hot and cold at random, so I burnt my foot while showering. The TV switched itself on twice in the middle of the night so I had to locate the plug and unplug it. The rooms are poorly sound proofed and the noise from adjoining rooms and the room above was such that sleep was in short supply after 5am. When I complained about the shower and TV, I was promptly offered another room, which was welcome. This one was a double, so larger. However, the carpet again had large stains on it and half the bathroom ceiling appeared to have come down at some stage and was left unrepaired and undecorated. Given the price of rooms at this hotel, I think this is unacceptable. A Premier Inn is being built on the outskirts of the town - I am sure when it is open it will offer a standard of accommodation far superior to Scalford Hall.
location grounds staff
water supply problems, given bottled water and told to boil water. Room clean but big black stain on carpet. Split bath panel.Whiff of drains in bathroom. Decor of parts e.g. stairs looked like 1960's boarding school. Breakfast - fruit etc. fine but cooked only offered : beans, tinned tomatoes, inedible warm scrambled egg - looked like dried egg powder covered with pepper. There may have been bacon etc. but I am veg. This was at 8am. Would have expected pot of tea not DIY teabags. Dogs barking at night. Heavy doors slamming early morning. Noisy delivery vans early morning. Unaware this was a management training hotel - does this explain? I paid over £100 for B&B. Poor value, stayed at 3* hotel in Cornwall recently - it was luxury by comparison!
Your food has ben excellent on my visits.
As I stay to attend a sale at the Auction in Melton I need to leave fairly early to attend to live stock. I believe you should be aware of your clients reason and of local events which could effect them. I of course had to leave on each occasion without breakfast.
Location peace quite very relaxing time away . Food was fantastic staff we're all friendly and helpful .
Room 224 should be a store room, the toliet is in one corner of the room and the Shower has been added into a small alcove on the other side of the room, I was luck where I got to change rooms, however room 227 is very dated, bathroom had lino peeling up, plus the room was on the hotel front very noisy at night when other guests come back to the hotel.
Room a bit tired...stained carpet /bathroom shower very slow, needed updating. Breakfast ran out of cooked items no one keeping an eye on empty dishes
Situation. Staff pleasant. Fairly goon breakfast
Decor very tired and dingy. Lighting did not help. Lent the place a rather gloomy atmosphere.
The setting was beautiful. Staff very helpful. Our friends room had a bad smell in the bathroom so they requested to be moved and everything was fine in their new room. Food was excellent and waitress very attentive. Would definitely stay there again.
The shower dripped so had to make sure bathroom door was shut as it kept us awake. The under sink cupboard door fell off and was only propted up to keep it closed. Our friends room had a rather stained carpet.
A smaller room at the front of the hotel occupied by a member of our party!
Staff were helpful, gardens were nice
Absolutely the worst restaurant food I've ever been presented with. Walked out after seeing the main course. Atrocious.
Staff were very friendly
Hotel furnishings are tired. Menu very limited.
Free and reliable Internet. One very efficient (Portuguese) waitress. A couple of other pleasant waitresses who compared favourably with the rather cool manner of those in the office.
Compared to comparable properties, it is way behind the times. The decor, the food, the service... You cannot pretend to be a hotel of this quality and employ untrained and awkward teenagers as waiters. You cannot have a boiler of hot water and a tray of Nescafe sachets at breakfast instead of real coffee. The waitress forgot the tartare sauce to have with my fish and chips. When it came it was obviously straight out of a jar - and a cheap one at that. When I phoned from within a few miles to ask for directions, the reception didn't know what to tell me. "Well, is the hotel north or south of Melton Mowbray?" She wasn't sure... It seems to be a property with no real vision of what it is or wants to be. It is screaming out for someone to take over who knows what they are doing. There are much better places within ten or twenty miles.
The location was first class
We were stuck up on the top floor, and the hotel had no lift and being eighty one years of age that situation was not funny
Small room en-suite unpleasant musty smell extractor fan not working only one out of 4 down lighters working Breakfast quality and service poor
Not being able to sleep due to a rattling noise caused by the ventilation system in the roof. Also when you turn up at a county hotel you don't expect to see 20 AA vans parked outside! To cap it all I put my travel bag on top of the wardrobe and when it came down it was covered in dust! I will not be returning...
i like the place, but it needs work. The food has improved a lot, but the menu is still quite old fashioned. Breakfast Buffet is SUPERB!
Slightly odd smell to the place.
Peace and quiet.
Nothing really,cider ran out in bar byt that's all!
The staff were excellent, and the hotel was clean and comfortable.
Bathroom door wouldn't open properly because it hit the end of the bed! No extra pillows or alarm clock as advertised, o'wise OK
The hotel feels like a relic from the 1950s and is so overdue a refurb. Its way out of touch with the quality the budget hotels now offer.
Just got back from spending two nights at Scalford Hall. The grounds are beautiful. Breakfast was very good indeed and reception and breakfast staff were lovely, nothing was trouble to them.
Our room was 122 and was very small. The room had no air con and the temperature outside was 29-31 degrees. It was very hot trying to sleep at night. Bathroom was very narrow and long. Toilet did not flush properly. The rooms are very dated and could do with some tlc.
Liked the history
Details were lacking. Waited at least 15 mins for extra milk. Original room was like being in a cupboard, small and dark. Requested a change...receptionist helpful... But new room had obviously not been used for a while and I picked up 17 dead insects! Bathroom door stuck and finish between bathroom and bedroom was rough. I was disappointed overall
Bedroom located in the upper floor with skylights and no windows also no facility to open the skylight or close the blinds. More staff required, I would liken it to Fawlty Towers.
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