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Quirky, great rooms and fabulous food. Maybe not for all but full of character and characters! Absolutely loved the bistro, food was excellent. Breakfast cooked to order and we ate in the restaurant both nights. Will definitely go again. No parking but there is street...More
We rand the entry bell to this hotel for half an hour answered let in by a guest. 3 others have up waiting to check in and went to the pub. After phoning the receptionist finally came down and berated us. She was horrid. The...More
We stayed 2 nights when attending a friend's party. The house is very old with exposed beams, sloping floors, low headroom, creaky floorboards and all the other things you might expect! Our room had a tiny en suite but a lovely four poster bed. Each...More
If you are looking for old world charm, then Cardynham House, New England Room, is the place for you. It is upstairs and very quiet and has a beautiful view of the hills. No internet in the room (but go and have a pint in...More
We were in the attic room (no.4) so this review applies to that room only. The obsession with four poster beds is write out of place here. It makes an already grim room feel claustrophobic and, frankly, depressing. The shower room is so cramped as...More
US$112 - US$174 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitEngland, the National Tourist Board.
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I believe the pool room is #9, and the pool is exclusive for that room. There is also a patio area with that room with lounges and a table and chairs. That room has also been recently redecorated. Very pretty with a tall... More
I believe the pool room is #9, and the pool is exclusive for that room. There is also a patio area with that room with lounges and a table and chairs. That room has also been recently redecorated. Very pretty with a tall stone chimney.
Cardynham House was built in 1489 so does not have a private car park. However there are a number of parking options in the village most of which are free of charge. Details can be found on our website "Location" page.