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Reviews - Loch Fyne Restaurant and Milsoms Hotel

4Self Classified Small Hotel Ratings explained
6 HIGH STREET , KENILWORTH, CV8 1LZ

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Based on 100% genuine guest reviews in our 2012 awards.

Loch Fyne Restaurant and Milsoms Hotel and in Kenilworth is a stunning, boutique hotel providing chic comfort and value for money for business guests and tourists exploring the Heart of England.

Kenilworth is a small, historic town in the green heart of Warwickshire that provides an ideal base for visiting a multitude of places including Warwick Castle, Kenilworth Castle, Stratford-Upon-Avon and The National Exhibition Centre (NEC). The National Agriculture Centre at Stoneleigh Park is home to The Royal Show and is located only 4 miles away.

All 31 bedrooms are en-suite and decorated to a high standard, combining the historic elements of the 16th century building's architecture with elegant, modern furnishings.

The hotel is home to a fabulous Loch Fyne Seafood Restaurant that offers a selection of fresh fish, meat and vegetarian dishes to suit all tastes. Here you can also enjoy a much-celebrated Loch Fyne breakfast - definitely worth getting out of bed for!

The rooms are beautifully designed with crisp white bed linen, chic muted colours and bespoke artwork all blending to create a warm and comfortable small hotel experience. The original timber-framed "Castle Tavern", which is incorporated into the hotel, dates back to 1430 and to this day is still supported by the old oak tree around which it was built. The rooms vary from large doubles to smaller singles and each is elegantly and comfortably furnished with en-suite facilities. Room rate includes full english breakfast, upgrade available for approximately £6.

Restaurant Info
Loch Fyne Restaurants are renowned for their fresh, sustainable seafood and the Kenilworth branch is no exception. Step inside for a warm welcome from our friendly staff, a relaxed dining experience and, of course, fabulous fish, shell fish and Scottish-reared meat dishes. Our new Kenilworth restaurant is set in a traditional and charming building in the centre of the town. We have a stunning dining area and a separate bar serving cask beers as well as wines from our renowned wine list. On a sunny day, enjoy our fresh seafood outside. Due to the popularity of the restaurant, if you wish to dine with us during your stay, it is advisable to book to avoid disappointment.

Near by places to visit:
Kenilworth Castle
Warwick Castle
Stratford-Upon-Avon
Royal Leamington Spa
Warwickshire
National Exhibition Centre (NEC)
The National Indoor Arena (NIA)
Birmingham Symphony Hall
Ricoh Arena
Birmingham Bullring
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Overall score Guest rating scores since August 2012 Customer recommendation
Guest Reviews Based on 73 reviews
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93% recommended this accommodation to a friend 93% would stay again
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Staying at Milsom's in Kenilworth
A very cosy friendly hotel. An old building but with modern decor. It was very pleasant and is recommended. My only point of caution is that the rooms are quite small and there is little room to move around. This would make it less convenient for longer stays but ideal for shorter ones. The restuarant downstairs specialises in fish and crustacians which is of high quality and very convenient.

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stephen h

From Bath, UK
Who stayed in December 2013

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Great alternative to big chains
Excellent stay & my second in a few years. On first occasion I had a rather compact room. This time much more spacious, but the hotel is an old, character building so the rooms will vary in size & outlook. Apart from the size, the rooms are adequately equipped & the wifi was free & good quality which is important to me for business. The staff are very friendly & helpful. The food is excellent, the breakfast being of particular note. Being a Loch Fyne restaurant the fishy options for breakfast are simply superb. There is full English & Continental if you are not a lover of fish. Only hotel I know which has alcoholic drinks on the breakfast menu. Bravo! The entrance to the car park is a little tricky to find, so best get directions before you arrive.

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M Nichols

From Dartmouth, UK
Who stayed in November 2013

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A nice weekend break
Lovely clean fresh hotel...evening meal was a little disappointing...although breakfast was very good.

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Laura B

From UK
Who stayed in October 2013

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ok

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r vucevic

From UK
Who stayed in October 2013

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Quiet hotel in centre of Kenilworth
Great location and efficient staff. We had a standard twin which was tastefully decorated but a wee bit small but as we were only staying one night it didn't matter. Beds very comfortable and the all inclusive breakfast with a choice of continental of cooked was a great deal. Liked fact that room didn't overlook the road so no traffic noise.

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Angela S

From Cirencester, UK
Who stayed in October 2013

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poor value for money!
no parking available despite being advertised - had to drive half a mile to find parking space
tiny room
breakfast orange juice made from concentrate

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David E

From UK
Who stayed in October 2013

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October reunion weekend
We were allowed to be disorganised, forgetful, confused, emotional, a bit noisy and in need of a little bit of space for our get together after 40 years. Your staff were very understanding and did not seem to mind our invasion of your delightful hotel!
The dining room was fresh and natural looking and the food was simple but very , very good. We enjoyed the company of your staff too!

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J Hodgshon

From Belper, UK
Who stayed in October 2013

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When the lights go out.
Small room at back over kitchen. Loud fan noise until after 10pm and loud chat about delivery man's van at 6:30am! Bed comfortable, room clean and tidy. Bathroom with bath but two halogen lamps not working and with no natural light shaving in the morning a problem. Keep moving while taking a bath or you're plunged into total darkness due to motion detector lighting in bathroom.
Very good breakfast and staff v. helpful.

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David P

From UK
Who stayed in October 2013

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Very Disappointing
The hotel itself is lovely, and I have stayed here several times before. The room was fine as well. But what made my stay utterly unacceptable was that the room I was in was clearly situated above either the kitchen or some other staff area, where loud music was playing. When I returned to my room at 10pm and went to bed, I had to tolerate over an hour of thumping, intrusive music from the room below. It was suddenly turned off at about 11.15 pm.
When I mentioned this to the person checking me out the next morning, I was told that she would investigate, and that there were normally no complaints from guests in that particular room. But not one 'sorry' for the inconvenience.
It was an experience rather like trying to go to sleep when there is a loud party next door - except I was paying handsomely for the privilege of being disturbed.
I think that this is part of the Greene King chain - Loch Fyne certainly is - but whoever owns it, start telling your staff to treat paying guests a little better, or you will find they do not come back.

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Paul O

From UK
Who stayed in October 2013

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Good value for money. Room very clean but small. Dinner good, portions on the small side needed more sauce. Breakfast excellent. Would stay again. Hope to book again next year.

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sharron h

From Keighley, UK
Who stayed in September 2013

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