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Our last visit in September last year was most enjoyable and restful, we had rebooked again at the end of the year and due to the severe weather conditions the hotel kindly phoned to advise that the road past the hotel was flooded and impassable....More
Only 11 rooms and no children or dogs allowed. Good standard rooms and bathrooms and fine dining in AA two rosette dining room. Very relaxing and excellent staff. Only gripe was horrible background music which is not necessary in such a lovely hotel. On two...More
We had a lovely stay thank you very much.
We hadn't been for about 2 years and we liked the new format converting the dining room into the lounge and the two lounge rooms into the dining rooms, and enhancing the bar. Personally I would...More
A lovely warm welcome in a glorious setting. The staff were brilliant, friendly and took time to chat while sat in the bar. Great value for money to, with a 5 course meal and a delicious breakfast included in the price. I would 100% recommend...More
We spent a long weekend here to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary and it completely lived up to our expectations (and all the previous good reviews).
The service was extremely friendly and every member of staff we met over three days was genuinely welcoming and...More
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There are boating activities in the area, and many nice hikes of different difficulty levels. We did see a couple of pony trekking establishments advertised in the general vicinity If my memory serves me correctly, I do not... More
There are boating activities in the area, and many nice hikes of different difficulty levels. We did see a couple of pony trekking establishments advertised in the general vicinity If my memory serves me correctly, I do not believe the Leathes Head permits children, but please call or email them to confirm that in case I am wrong.