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Golf course (within 3 km)
Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the room, Restaurant (à la carte), Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs GBP 7 per day.
Room service, Meeting/banquet facilities
Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
Polish, Italian, Hungarian, English
15:00 - 23:00 hours
07:00 - 11:00 hours
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 2.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 229 reviews
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Not a lot
No hot water on afternoon of check in, carpet was filthy, music from pub/ restaurant was far too loud and went on beyond 1.00am. Chef couldn't make pancakes for breakfast
Manager was very fair and helpful funky style hotel good location
broken electric items in room food was fast food
food was of a high standard
location of our room no parking no hot water from the basin shower head adjustment broken
No one on desk even when we asked her still hanging about room nine had unpleasant smell room cold for ages no special chocolates or biscuits light bulb in wc not working breakfast no one to show or tell us anything. No coffee no hot water for tea had to ask but got us drinks from bar coffee not good tea Luke warm no one came to take our order even though there were staff about so we had to go and find then to top it all orders were both
location, cleanliness, courtesy
parking is nearby but not on site.
We liked the theme. The staff were very friendly.
Our room was very cold and the noise of the traffic outside wad quite bad. It would have been nice to have had a kettle in our room. The menu at the restaurant had a very limited choice.
Everything about the place was fantastic. The room and evening meal were perfect. I had the steak and eggs breakfast and will be going back.
My only thing I did not like was the rooms had no coat hooks. Very minor thing I know.
Staff were amazing, helpful, couldn't do enough to make us welcome. Outstanding Breakfast, (we didn't have dinner) natural smoked haddock, perfectly poached eggs, superb. Would certainly stay again.
initially stunning bedroom, but very tired, needs new mattress. They need a good handyman to fix silly, trivial problems that detract from an otherwise lovely hotel
Staff were great!
Having stayed here before we were incredibly disappointed. Toilet seat hanging off, spot lights hanging down. Dirty carpet. Broken tap etc etc. At 1am we had to ask to move room due to the paper walls separating the rooms. Sunday morning, the cleaners decided to have a conversation at 7am outside our door which woke us up and I had to ask them to be quiet. Food was incredibly bad. The Chateaubriand was chewy and stone cold. Breakfast, again, horrendous. Chef had clearly pre poached eggs and then put them in bowl of ice water to stop the yolk from hardening, not a problem, however chef did not reheat therefore I was served cold poached eggs amongst the burnt sausages and other inedible fare. After checkout the misses has been sick several times and I can only put this down to the hotel.
The breakfast was nice
Room 2 smelt musky....coffee machine,shower and tv broke. Gave different room but coffee machine also broke and deco was in need of tlc
Staff are friendly, pub was quirky, beer was good
My room number 2 - smelled of damp, very noisy, shower broken you have to hold it by hand, draws broken, bulbs out on bathroom, carpets dirty! Breakfast wasn't great either service a bit slow, also not fresh coffee, could be better
Room was great, everything we needed, very warm and cosy. Restuarant was great and the steaks were the best we have ever had and a fabulous breakfast. Staff really friendly couldn't do enough for us, nothing was too much trouble, would definitely stay again.
Be aware it is on a corner of a busy road, so there is some road noise, but nothing too bad.
Great room, quirky character which we liked, and with excellent quality facilities within: shower, coffee machine, bed linen, lighting, TV all first rate.
Couldn't fault it
The staff were excellant, friendly, helpful actually unbelievable. The best staff I have had the pleaseure of meeting anywhere and we are from Canada! ALso the beds and pillows were really really comfortable.
If you were staying at the hotel there was no area to sit at other than the bar
Staff responsive and proactive Good food Decoration
Bed uncomfortable - too soft for me Shower and taps were broken Coffee machine in room a great touch - but didn't work Downstairs rooms noisy
The place is easy to find, has a fine restaurant, serves good breakfast - included in the room. And it was particularly nice to meet a countryman at the counter. There is an iron and board in the room. Comes handy, shirts right out of the suitcase look like they've been chewed on.
The room was a little cramped
Not far to walk to anything in Warwick so good location. Staff great. Breakfast excellent. Different decor. Comfortable bed.
Rooms need maintenance and checking before keys handed over. Some rooms would have been very noisy as adjacent to outside area of busy bar. Our room needed to be lighter in order to be comfortable. Problems with hot water.
Potential to be beyond fabulous!
Location and no parking at the hotel. Filthy walls and lots of unfixed furnature. Far too hot (even in October) No hot water in the shower
The alternative decor and funky pictures were great. It was lovely and warm and the staff in the bar and restaurant were lovely.
Although our room was comfortable, there were a few things that just weren't right. The shower handle to open the shower was very loose almost to the point of falling off. The toilet paper felt cheap and hard. As a female I found it hard to find a light in the right place - like over a mirror - to put my make up on. The walls were really thin and we could hear people talking in the next room quite loudly. Also the receptionist on check out was very functional with no warmth about her.
Helpful staff Quirkiness of hotel
Unfortunately the walls were paper thin- this meant sleep quality was poor. There was also an issue with the hot water supply.
The staff were great,the food in the resturant was amazing,couldnt fault it at all.
The only thing that wasnt so good was that we could hear the people next to our room quite loudly the walls to the room next to ours must be very thin to hear that amount of noise,but apart from that everything else was good.
Loved the theme & the restaurant was beyond expectation.
That there has been no attention to the rooms needing repairs - an hour with a handyman in the room could have made this a perfect place to stay.
The food at the Lazy Cow is fantastic. The breakfast is freshly cooked and the evening meals are delicious with a wide choice.
Rooms 1&2 are extremely noisy as they are between the Reception, Bar and Restaurant kitchen. The passage is used as a thoroughfare so noise continues until 1:00am and starts again at 6:00am when the kitchen starts up. Rooms are too warm and noisier if the window is left open as this backs onto a passage between the kitchen & bins.
Staff were good, polite and attentive
The room was cramped ridiculously hot, and tired. All needs painting and the carpet needs replacing. The noise wasn't too bad for a Monday night but I imagine a Friday or a Saturday night would be a nightmare. The chef somehow managed to take a chateaubriand and turn it into a charcoal cinder - every mouthful tasted of charcoal; very poor indeed. This place is nowhere near a £100/night stop over and I would rather have stayed in a Travelodge because you know exactly what you are getting. Would advise against staying here.
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