70% would recommend it to a friend
Wonderful service and nice people
Shower room needs attention.
Excellent service and a warm welcome
I went to the Blue Boar for a solo Easter break and was welcomed warmly in a nice double room for single occupancy.
The room was large and clean and the lovely country location, proximity to Stratford (4 miles) and excellent food made it a great value for money and happy break. Car parking is free and the setting lovely for running and cycling.
Lovely country Inn but...
Lovely Inn downstairs however when you move to the Bedrooms upstairs the decor is a bit tired and frayed.
I was initially put in Room 4(?) which was small but OK for 1 night however it was like being in the bar downstairs as I could quite easily here the conversation and music. A quick chat with the manager rectified this and I was moved to another ( very lovely room) with no hassle. My only other gripe is that the Free Wi Fi is a bit hit and miss in the bedrooms. Food was lovely - a bit expensive - and the staff great.
Face lift required!
Asked for ground floor with having a dog but our room was at the bottom of the main staircase and door to the outside from the other rooms.
No sound proofing so it was like living below a herd of elephants. We could even hear them talking and going to the toilet. The bed was so cheap and hard. Only one pillow each and they were poor quality. No spares in the cupboard so we had to use an old duvet we found to act as a bolster. Would have been more comfortable on the floor. Bedding was very poor quality. The room is in desperate need of a face lift. The bathroom was very tatty. At least the shower worked. Alex Polizzi would have had a few choice words. Lighting was awful. A very dark room, Carpet was dirty. Even for our dog, it was dirty. It was obviously a room for disabled guests but that doesn't excuse the battered, dirty appearance. Such a shame as the staff were very accommodating and pleasant. We were expecting something better having viewed the rooms on the pubs website. Not the room we got!
We enjoyed our tapas style food.
Would have liked it if they were more flexible as we wanted a bacon and brie jacket but were told that was sandwich only, which made us wonder if they were premade.
Lovely pub- shame about the rooms.
On arriving at the pub we had high hopes.
Very quaint. However, we were given a room key and left to find our room ourselves. The corridor was smelly and fusty and the room was damp smelling and frankly not very clean. There were dirty socks left by the previous occupants left in the cupboard in the bedroom. The bathroom was dirty and we had no hot water. We honestly considered checking not the Nearest premier inn and cutting our losses.
Accomodation bit antiquated and strange access, but the pub is lovely and very interesting, and breakfast was a cheery delight.
Good food and very friendly staff.
Room rating only 3 because on arrival we were allocated the nightmare which is Room 12. Toilet refused to flush efficiently, the lighting was dim, the room was very cramped and the
sliding bathroom door had come off its rail
Upon complaining we were moved to a much better room which would have earned a 5 if
we had occupied it from the commencement of our stay.
A flying visit for the the Theatre and for the cycle track at Long Marston
I have stayed here many times before, and that says something.
The food is satisfying, especially the breakfasts. The staff are helpful and polite. The room (17) was ideal, simple and practical for one and cosy for two.
we enjoyed are stay not to far from stratford upon avon staf were very helpful.
over all the room is in need of updating also ceiling in the sittig area so cracked.
, but it was a nice stay and stayed an extra night.