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75% would recommend it to a friend
Relaxing and comfortable
2 nights stay on 18th July was fantastic.
Very accessible and enjoyable. We met a lovely couple and stayed up till 2pm both nights. Drinks were a tad pricy as was the food but the food was so worth it. There was a £30 3 course meal option which is cheaper on a deal. Mine didn't include this but we went for the bar menu out on the Patio. Fishcakes one night then a burger the next £10 & £14. So worth it. We didn't try any treatments. My own experience elsewhere put me off this. Really would recommend this place. Close to Stow main square and Broadway not far away. We look to go there to see the Punky penguins and pink flamingos.
Fantastic and Relaxing Stay!
We were thoroughly relaxed whilst staying here and felt valued as a customer.
I stayed here the night previous to getting married and I was able to enjoy the facilities like the hotel bar, lodge and breakfast whilst being relaxed enough to take my mind off the following days activities. Thank you to the colleagues at Wyck hill house who were professional and lovely to deal with.
Perfect for an overnight stay
Stayed overnight with my wife on a short break, room was large, clean but we didn't know we were getting a disabled room but it did not prove to be a problem.
Staff were friendly and service was quick. Most importantly the breakfast was very nice!
Location and room were excellent, the staff also great the only down side was the cooked breakfast.
The hotel is well situated in stunning part of the Cotswold's and feels like a far more expensive hotel.
I did not eat diner there so can not comment on that. The room was very spacious and well appointed, the showers are a little tricky to get the right temperature but that is no major problem.
My only criticism is the cooked breakfast, really not worth the extra money.
Heard great things about this hotel but we were given a room in The Orangery which no way lived up to the hotel's 4 star rating - poky and basic with bathroom in severe need of renovation.
The hotel grounds were lovely and its a beautiful setting, but the spa doesn't have a pool or jacuzzi and the lady there was very eager to have us leave at 10 to 5, even before it was meant to close. She clearly wanted to leave on time. Breakfast was ok but overcrowded and reception not hugely helpful in advising on local walks. Overall, disappointing- could be so much better.
Lovely old Manor House in Beautiful Setting
House was lovely although sad to see it needed repairs and upkeep on building also gardens sadly neglected.
Wyck House is a lovely hotel in a beautiful setting.
Room was very spacious and comfortable. Lighting a bit dim so difficult to read in bed otherwise great stay.
Well located, old worldly charm with a few quirks
We are a couple with young children and on arrival we were provided with two connecting rooms having booked a garden room which was a bonus for parents and children.
Spacious main bedroom, well appointed to the garden and countryside views. The rooms were in need of minor maintenance in particular the window casement operation and showers which dripped continuously and the temperature control was a challenge. The food and service in the restaurant was excellent.
Big generous room, with a pair of twin beds bolted together to make a king size bed.
The building needed some TLC. Wallpaper in bathroom was peeling exterior areas need cleaning
IT COULD BE GOOD
The best part of this stay was the entrance to the hotel and spa site although the car park is difficult to use and poorly lit.
After that, it went down hill quickly. The receptionist was wonderful correcting a mistake I made by booking a twin room and not a double. House-keeping sorted that out quickly. However having been told that the restaurant was fully booked, and there is nowhere suitable to sit and eat in the bar (the tables are too low) off we went to the local town (even though we'd have preferred a quiet night in). It was also very noticeable that behind the bar the mirror was filthy - probably not having seen a clean cloth in months. On our return, the promised chocolates and wine that would have been a romantic gesture was missing from the room - glad I wasn't trying to make a great first impression. - however, this was brought to us when we notified reception. Whilst the beds were comfortable and the "basement" quiet, the large room was soulless, poorly decorated and with mould and damp in the bathroom - which then turned out to be unusable in the morning when there was no power and lighting. This also meant the corridors were dark and difficult the see in, made worse when the hallway (the fire escape route) was largely blocked by the Spa's laundry collection and a large "trolley" at the top of the stairs. Nice to know the guests are "cared for". Great safety (not). Even worse, breakfast was a fiasco. My scrambled egg had seen better times (probably three days before me), whilst my wife's didn't look as if it had seen the cooker. Moreover the waiting staff were less than impressive. Not only was my "full English" missing ingredients - no offer to replace the bacon was made - but one guest next to us, having waited to get a drink and order food, was told "you'll have to wait" when he requested some service from one member of staff - who all appeared to be European with poor language skills. I doubt anything would convince us to try this again - another couple clearly were trying it again following their prior poor experience - but don't appear to be willing to do so again (overhearing their complaint when we checked out). Be ready for a disappointment if you choose to stay here