Manor House Classic Hotel, Moreton in marsh
Reviews - Manor House Classic Hotel
- Age Group: 60plus
- From: United Kingdom
- Traveller type: Mature Couple
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Historical Traveller Reviews of Manor House Classic Hotel
Very nice but priceyfrom jkofman
Friendly Ghost...from A TripAdvisor Member
We managed to scare the night watchman by telling him there was a ghost there (I read it on the Internet) and they have some press clippings about it behind reception, although we didnt see it :-(
Nice choice in convenient townfrom Bill_Pupp
Hotel staff itself was good about storing bicycles and answering questions about where to eat, when trains run, etc. It also offered breakfast with varied offerings (not just same old fried tomatoes, beans, etc.) in snazzy seating and until 9:30 a.m. or so. Comfortable, nicely decorated room. Others might have been bothered by moderate traffic noise (our room was one on the A road), but we weren't, even with window cracked open one night (not much traffic at night). Very nice common rooms, including one with fireplace ideal for warming bones after cycling through October breezes and occasional rain squalls.
First rate hotel in a superb Cotswold locationfrom Dennis1
A lovely place to stayfrom sjewkes
We were there for less than a day and yet we found that we could relax almost as soon as we arrived. The room itself was very clean (including the on-stuite bathroom - which was spotless), comfortable and very charming. The same goes for the rest of the hotel, it was a place where you could really feel at home.
As for the food, we had both and evening meal and breakfast during our brief stay. Both were simply outstanding. I couldn't find fault in either meal at all, it was all so perfect.
The only minor low-point of our stay was simply due to the incredible heat of this weekend. It's been incredibly humid for the past week and this meant that the temperature in the room was high enough to make it difficult to get to sleep. This was slightly compounded by the fact that we had the windows open, so there was some noise from the traffic outside. I don't see this as any serious fault of the hotel as it would have been equally as hard to sleep anywhere with this weather.
The reason I mention it is merely to say that it in no way affected how we felt about our stay here. The level of service really made a difference. I just wish all hotels in the UK were this good.
Fabulous relaxationfrom dandhkm
First Lovefrom A TripAdvisor Member
Four-poster blissfrom A TripAdvisor Member
What a room - we were in the Tudor Moot Suite - four poster & antique furniture and the sweetest little sitting room (sticking out above the entrance porch) gave us surely one on the best views of the High Street to be had. With refurbishment of the bar area under way the restaurant was the only choice for inhouse eating/drinking during our stay, so we ate in the newly opened restaurant (only opened the week before) - disapointingly neither our first choice of main course or wine were available ("we're still awaiting deliveries") but never the less an enjoyable meal with super service.
Can't wait to have an excuse to return.
I would stay againfrom FiKent
The dinner and breakfast were terrific and nothing was too much trouble. I keep thinking of returning to stay a little longer...
Style, romance, cleanliness - this hotel has it all!from A TripAdvisor Member
It was IMMACULATELY clean (and I am a real hygene freak), beautifully decorated in deep red wallpaper with a fabric canopy over the bed. The bathroom seemed brand new, yet was traditionally styled, again, immaculately clean. What I particularly liked was that the bathroom had a window which is pretty rare these days in most hotels. As the room was high up in the eves, it was wonderful to have a bath as the sun set. The staff in the hotel were very friendly and efficient. The breakfast was lovely. We did not use the hotel for food, as to be honest it tended to be a bit over budget. However, we did have a drink in the stunning gardens which was lovely. The hotel also offers an afternoon tea which looked very tasty indeed!The one downside was the swimming pool. I do not think that it has been modernised and as a result I did not feel like using it. My fiance did use it and was disappointed in the changing and shower facilities saying that it was like being back at school. It is such a small negative that to be honest I wouldn't worry! Just thought I ought to mention it!In summary, this hotel is the PERFECT romantic break. Some rooms even have four poster beds! It is centrally based for touring the Cotswolds, but if you just wanted a quaint little village to stay in I think you would also enjoy it. I cannot recommend it enough!
Top Local Tips for Moreton in marsh
Visiting area towns We used the local bus to visit Stow on the Wold and Burton on the Water. The local Tourist information center several blocks from the hotel has a lot of information on things to right in the area. Made for a great day trip. Another day we used Dave Walker Tours for a full day touring Broadway, Upper and Lower Slaughter, Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe and other great little villages in the Cotswolds. He was a great guide and driver.
Cotswold Market Towns The Cotswold Market towns are well worth a visit but do some research and plan to arrive just as the tiurist buses are arriving or leaving.
Try the Thai Visit the Thai Cottage restaurant on Oxford Street, superb authentic food.
Other names for Manor House Classic Hotel
- the manor hotel
- manor hotel moreton in marsh
- Address: High Street - Moreton in marsh - England - GL56 0LJ - United Kingdom
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