Charming. Set back from A592, it boasts lake views and well-tended gardens just waiting to be explored.
There are are 39 rooms divided into three classes and two mini-suites.
The executive rooms are more spacious than classics and some access the gardnes via patio doors. More luxurious feature rooms boast lake views and balconies. All are comfortable and tastefully decorated with modern touches.
Best for families is the two-level Garden Suite with a lounge and an upstairs bedroom with bunk beds for kids.
Lots of conefrence and meeting space to maintain the business theme.
Eating and drinking
Dinner, b&b packages include a £25 allocation towards dinner in the smart Regency Restaurant. But, with lots of dinner options close by, it's purely a play-safe option.
By day, the Conservatory and Terrace offer a typical all-day menu of light meals, but you're paying a premium for those lake views.
Friendly and attentive staff in smart uniforms bring a smile to the stately surroundings, although it does feel rather geared towarsd the corporate and conference market.
Who stays there
Business people and corporate events during the week, supplemented by some coach parties of international tourists (mainly Japanese). Couples at weekends for a country escape.
Check the booking tool above for low-season rates; it's worth trading up from a classic to executive room for just £10 more.
Frustratingly, WiFi is charged at £9.99 for 24 hours.
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Great views / scenery
Pros & Cons
- Friendly staff
- Rooms rather uniform
- Cost of WiFi
- Corporate feel