We stayed here as we were competing at Bury Farm Equestrian Village. (which is 20 minutes away) There was quite a few people doing the same so you probably wont be alone if at an event there!
daughter is Dairy and Soya intolerant and the staff were very helpful in supporting this (storing her milk etc in their fridge) and arranging an alternative meal for her. The evening menu is basic and in some cases, expensive (£10 for a child to have a Chicago Town pizza = £3.50 in a supermarket!) but this is normal for this type of venue.
The rooms were ideal for what we wanted and the beds were comfortable. (we had one room for two adults and 2 children and there was still enough space for the time we were actually in the room! Staff were happy for us to bring the tack in to the room and all of our 'horsey' stuff to. Parking is easy and free which is ideal. Really easy to get to Bury Farm and is 20 mins (in rush hour) There is a Mc Donald's near to Bury farm too (about 5 mins away) and some lovely, true country pubs. Plus, if at an event, the kitchen will be open at Bury Farm.
We went to Bury farm, for the first time, in October and we were not sure what to expect. I couldn't find any reviews so hoped we hadn't booked somewhere miles away, hence why I have aimed my review in that direction!
All in all, we would definitely stay here again and probably will, over the years to come when visiting Bury Farm Equestrian Centre. [Less]