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89% would recommend it to a friend
All excellent apart from Wi-Fi which even after asking could it be switched on was weak and slow.
Hotel is down a quiet lane.
Parking is close to rooms. Comfortable room /bed with good en-suite and warm radiators. small kitchen so meal needs to be booked ahead. WiFi in rooms.
Wedding at fawsley hall overnight stay
Very spacious room lovely bathroom extremely clean, when we arrived confused by parking at rear as no signs just locked.
It was obvious others were confused too so would suggest sign on gate would be helpful. If you are going to a function at Fawsley hall take a torch as dark if walking there and ladies most definitely flat shoes.
I was so pleased to find The Granary at such short notice because I now have another place to stay that is both comfortable and clean and away from the noise and bustle of normal hotels.
Although it was a very wet night I could imagine how nice it would be in the summer being able to sit outside and go for walks.
Went to stay for Grand Prix Saturday night.
Barbecue put on which was very nice. Breakfast started early Sunday morning so we could make a early start.
If you like the open countryside.....you'll love this!
A converted granary as per the name,with just a handful of single story rooms set around a courtyard/lawn.
Also has a drop in cafe for non resisdents which seems popular with the locals. Been converted to a very high standard and has everything you need.....except a strong mobile signal. Forget that though (this can be a godsend) and enjoy some of the prettiest countryside in England, just oustide you room door. Don't be put off by the location (deep in the countryside), embrace it. They have everything you need onsite, a small bar, restaraunt and free wifi for business uses. Honestly, if you need to stay in this area, stay here. I promise you like it.
Remote and slightly quirky
This 'hotel' is really just a converted farm with a few rooms, It is down a lot of long narrow lanes in the middle of nowhere, so it is very quiet, well apart from the fact that all the rooms are around an open-air courtyard and crunchy gravel and single glazing mean that if anyone walks past your room, not only can they see in through fully glazed doors with ineffective venetian blind arrangements, they crunch the gravel very loudly.
(the gravel also means you can't wheel a suitcase) The room I was allocated was pleasant enough, but the promised internet access was simply not there, there was no phone reception, and although there was TV reception, the TV was small and badly positioned. Food was average, with a captive audience for evening meals and an indifferent and undercooked breakfast with bacon that seemed to have been ironed after cooking and eggs which were runny to say the least. The bathroom was well appointed and the shower worked very well, but with breakfast not available until 7:30 I would have preferred a bath. The bed was too soft and the headboard clunked loudly if you disturbed it at all. In all, country-lovers might like this 'middle of nowhere' retreat but it fails on having no lounge, a tiny dining room, an understocked bar with warm drinks, and nothing else. I won't be staying there again.
A Rose in the Shire!
What a stunning place.
Idyllic countryside retreat. A very pleasant overnight stay. Wish we'd had more to time to enjoy the place.
Hotel is set in a beautiful location.
John on reception is one of the best I have every come across