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71% would recommend it to a friend
Getting into the accommodation was difficult as the access to the key was awkward to get out.
The first impression it looked good.
However the bin in the bathroom was emptied and had something undesirable in it. There were hairs in the sink. The other room that was taken by my sister and her husband had something in the toilet that had neither been flushed or cleaned. I text the mobile number I had received the code to use the room to say what had happened. No one replied or came to sort any of this out.
I was a bit concerned because my room faced the road but it was actually very quiet in the evenings.
The room was a little unusual as there were stairs within it that lead up to the large, nicely furnished, bathroom. I was in the Talbot room and found it to be very comfortable. Easy parking at the pub opposite which offered reasonably priced, enjoyable enough, meals. These rooms do not offer breakfast. I would recommend these rooms to those that can survive without a cooked breakfast.
Received clear instructions via text on how to access the building and collect my key and had no problems at all.
The room was lovely. The shower room, although very small, was adequate. Would certainly stay again if I need to be in the area.
Fine when I gained access!
When I arrived, my key was not in the secure box to which I had been give the code.
I phoned the number for assistance, which only gave me an answer message directing me to another mobile number. This rang out. I went across the road to the local pub, which has no connection with Queen's Lodge. They were extremely helpful, and phoned another contact. The gentleman in the pub was then able to explain that I had been double-booked, and now had another (better) room, for which he secured the code. When I gained access to the room, it was very pleasant, with all expected amenities. I can understand how accommodation like this becomes double-booked occasionally, and it was clear that the accommodation is unattended, but it was very poor that no-one was available on the contact number. I did subsequently get an apologetic call on my mobile.
perfect secret escape
Been here a few times, always come back because it's lovely and just perfect for a little getaway!
Character accommodation in a modernised Cottage, room only
Charming room with en suite facilities, refurbished to a good standard.
Location in a lovely village Bellbroughton near Hills and countryside, yet convenient to towns etc. The fact the accommodation is room only is not a problem as there is a choice of eating in several Pubs in the village providing a range of prices. Breakfast at the Clent Garden centre only 2 miles away price starts at £3.95 for a fry up, good food and value.
Not For Me
Being objective, no complaints on the quality and cleanliness of the room.
However, please read the small print when booking here as there are no breakfast facilities and never saw the proprietor first or last. Indeed not see anyone connected with the hotel. Although booked and confirmed through "Laterooms" I, in common with another traveller, arrived to find the door locked and had to phone the "hotel" contact number. Strangely, the hotel knew nothing about us being booked for the night and we had to access via a series of combinations to enter the establishment and another series of combinations to access key for the room. All rather like the "Crystal Maze" which is very jolly, except when you are wet and it is dark. Left in the morning with a note requesting an invoice is forwarded and of course it was not. Not at all surprised.
Fabulous little Gem
Arrived in the dark and struggled to see entry code for front door - take a torch .
Upon gaining entry similar issues with interior lighting not staying on long enough and flickering on and off... However- my young son and I stayed in The Talbot room at the top of the building. It is a small double but extremely well appointed and equipped with every essential. The bed was exceptionally comfortable and the room itself had real character with exposed beams. The highlight though was going up the little staircase in the room to the fabulous bathroom under the eaves. As much hot water as you need and complimentary toiletries made for a luxurious and relaxing soak. On arrival, John, the owner telephoned me to advise that the pub opposite is a Michelin 1 star ( and well worth the visit but be sure to book. They kindly accommodated us at the last minute) although breakfast is not included ,John kindly advised that a short walk to the Post Office, yes open on Sundays and we would be able to enjoy a full English breakfast very reasonably. Unbelievable value. Would definitely stay here again . Thank you !
The Queens Lodge
Self collection of keys and entry to the accommodation was very good, instructions received via text message very easy to follow and entry gained with the minimum of fuss, perfect after a long day.
The room was beautiful, very clean and had everything that is required for a business trip, very comfortable bed, TV , Wifi access and a perfect wet room with a powerful shower. Period exposed beams added a little class to the room. Nice pub over the road too....... hopefully return soon
Convenient location close to Belbroughton church and village hall
We found the Queens Lodge very handy when we came to Belbroughton for a wedding and stayed overnight.
The accommodation was comfortable and well equipped. One tiny fault was poor lighting in the kitchen - bulbs need replacing especially over the cooker.