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78% would recommend it to a friend


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  • John Maclean

  • January 2016

2 OAP's spending the inheritance !!

Lovely building in a handsome setting - my apologies to the Fitzhugh family for the Scots killing their ancestor in 1305, though I'm sure he deserved it !.

See tomb inside lovely church next door. We love the way your English villages do church and pub side-by-side. Only downside was walking through the drizzly rain between room and bar meal.

  • Ian M

  • September 2015

The Rose and Crown

Sorry to say food not quite up to the overall standard of the hotel/price.

  • Kenneth L

  • July 2015


Booked this hotel for an overnight stay for my husband and I.

We were taking a trip down memory lane and staying at this hotel was something my hus

band has always wanted to do. We visited many old haunts fro our earlier years and had a thoroughly wonderful time. The hotel did not let us down!!. We were given a superb room at the front of the hotel looking onto the green. Newly refurbished bathroom was delightful and everything was top quality. Staff were excellent and very friendly. Breakfast was equally good.

  • Robert M

  • November 2014

We booked in here for a relaxing break after a pressurised couple of months at work and home.

The Rose and Crown was just what we needed; a beautiful location, a building full of character, warm comfortable accommodation, high quality food and attentive , friendly service. Too often when we have stayed in rooms converted from old stables, the rooms have been musty, damp and cold. Not here. Our room in the courtyard was well decorated with every facility you could want, warm, and very comfortable with plenty of hot water available. Rather than dining in the Restaurant we opted to eat in the Bar on both nights. Seated next to the window, warmed by a cosy, open wood fire we enjoyed well presented, good quality dinners served by friendly, attentive staff. We ate breakfast in the Restaurant, again with great service and of course wonderful food cooked to order rather than the tired, dried out excuse for breakfast you get in most chain hotels. Only a couple of minor improvements would have made our stay perfect: the pillows were a bit hard and the wi-fi, which had great connectivity in our room was not as good in the main hotel bar and restaurant.

  • Charlotte B

  • October 2014

Relaxing, Welcoming and Comfortable Stay

We stayed for 2 nights and enjoyed everything about the Inn.

No negatives whatsoever. The staff were all very friendly, the room (although not huge) was well equipped with good quality toiletries, choice of bottled waters, bed so comfortable - I could go on. The dining room looked very welcoming in the evening but we chose to eat in the more relaxed bar - log fires etc, Same menu as dining room - beautifully cooked with good local choices.

I wish we could have stayed a little longer and will certainly return.

  • john mumby

  • July 2014

Pleasant Surprise

A quality hotel wrapped in a village pub.

Meals served in a period dining room by attentive staff and a traditional bedroom with excellent facilities - including the odd creaky floorboard. Forgiveable in an establishment built in 1733. A late room deal brought the cost of the room to a just acceptable price. We had a superior room but question the superiority. All in all a good experience.

  • S Coxall

  • May 2014

Never fails to impress

Last stayed at the Rose and Crown, Romalkirk over 15 years ago.

Good to note that very little has changed and the hotel has retained it's original charm and character. The staff are very attentive and the rooms are very unique in design. Only minor gripe was the temperature of the room (Room 9). The underfloor heating and towel rail in the bathroom could not be switched off (stayed on one of the warmest days of the year to date) and made the rest of the room uncomforatbly hot. The hotel receptionist said that they had received the same comments from other guests and were looking into it. Otherwise can't fault it at all.

  • L Wallace

  • May 2014

Spring Fling !

A well run hotel.

Very comfortable and pristine. The staff were welcoming and well trained. We only had to give our room number once and they remembered us. The food was excellent.. 10/10

with a few freebies i.e. bread and olives pre dinner.....and taster canapé..smoked salmon mouse with horseradish cream......very tasty !. Its the only hotel we've been to that had decent loo rolls !!

  • Derek S

  • March 2014

Really friendly, warm & welcoming hotel in a beautiful setting. Food & accommodation fantastic.