80% would recommend it to a friend
Front desk service was excellent but the rooms can do with the planned renovation.
A lovely traditional coaching Inn well located in Wendover to potter around the village and relax.
A relaxing place to stay with lovely attentive staff.
The inclusive breakfast was excellent for veggies.
Nice little hotel in town.
Overall served the purpose alright. Ours was a family room with two double beds. But when we arrived at 2200hrs second bed was not even made. Once asked made it quickly. We asked for heating to be turned on. We were promised but it never came on. Children and Mrs were feeling cold. Finally, ladies in restaurant (breakfast) could have been friendlier and pleasant with children's presence.
Room could do with renovating.
Lovely old hotel
I love this hotel.
Perfect location and for the area, the price isn't too bad. Nice rooms, a bit dated in some, but overall - good. Breakfast is lovely, eating in the main pub. Great base for walking and cycling. WiFi was weak in th room. Would stay again.
We stayed for 2 nights,food was excellent,a bit pricey for the evening meal,staff were very helpfully,the room clean and tidy only problem with the room it got very warm at night,we both had to sleep on top of the sheets.
Red Lion Wendover
Obviously, travelling single is the most uneconomical way, and these prices are pretty standard, but it still seems expensive to me.
The room was perfectly adequate, clean and comfortable, and if you stay at an inn you expect a bit of noise til at least midnight. Breakfast was the clincher, though - cooked to perfection and very generous. Dinner too, was exceptional, with attentive, friendly service. So, a good way to end a day's walking and an even better start to another.
Last minute decision to break journey. (2 days before traveling)
We found this delightful little hotel/ public house/ restaurant just south of Aylesbury, at Wendover,when we had chosen Aylesbury itself for a good place to break our journey.
Initial contact was very helpful as I am disabled as far as walking any distances ia concerned and they gave us a room on ground level with easy access to the restaurant area even though that night was a busy night for guests. Both bar and restaurant staff were very helpful and accommodating both in the evening and at breakfast. Standard of food and choices were very good indeed. We were able to compare the costs most favourably with the same style of accommodation we had stayed overnight in on our journey northwards. We would not hesitate to use The Red Lion on further occasions as we travel.
My room was fine.
There was some noise from the bar, which I'd already seen commented on under previous reviews, but to be honest that didn't really bother me too much. My main issue was my COLD SHOWER!. I couldn't get any hot water in my shower in the morning. I left the shower running for a while, but the shower tray was filling up so much and not draining properly that I couldn't leave it running any longer otherwise it would have overflowed, so this did not impress me at all. I did complain to the receptionist and she apologised but I really would have expected to have had something knocked off the bill as I don't expect to stay in accommodation in this day and age and have a cold shower and poorly draining shower tray. Everything else was fine but on that basis I wouldn't be inclined to stay here again I'm afraid.
A lovely little coach inn with lots of character.
A warm welcome at reception, a clean room with a great meal in the bar.