Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 196
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jeff432 Needs refurb
First room very musty mould in shower, missing grout, loose tiles on floor flaking paint and stains on shower curtain. Second room cleaner but not by much, passable no better. Room service meal served without cover so not hot, sauce on curry has split into vinegar taste and lumps, rice cold. Complained and was told it was chefs day off and sous chef was looking after the food and the sauce had split whilst being reheated which makes a bit of a joke of all the posters extolling the virtue of 'fresh cooked food'. In all of this the staff told me that they would have investors in tomorrow to pay for a complete gutting and refurb. The whole place is tatty and in need of modernisation and kitchen standard woeful if they thought it was okay to send something that was so obviously unsuitable. I would not have given it to a scabby dog at my back door. Will not go back until the website says refurb is complete
July 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CJ, Sr. A Lovely Surprise
When the GPS said we had arrived, I saw a lovely English farmhouse surrounded by beautiful English countryside. When we entered the parking lot, I loved how the hotel had adopted the architectural style of the the farmhouse that was connected. First impressions are powerful, and everything about our stay reflected Holiday Inn's attention to every detail - our comfort, the food, and making sure all our needs were met. It really felt like we had come home. Thanks, so much.
June 30, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Lanky Lad joke bathroom
The hotel is generally fine but some rooms have the smallest bathroom's ever seen in a hotel, I've been in bigger shower cubicles.
June 28, 2015