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Reviews - The Lordleaze Hotel

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Henderson Drive, Forton Road, Chard, TA20 2HW

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50% would recommend it to a friend

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  • diane allen

  • July 2016

Staff very welcoming,and very smart.also very friendly,loved are stay.

Found are stay very relaxing, Hotel run so well, real family feeling.

Thank you all so very much. Would love to come back in the near future.

  • Peter Hurrell

  • October 2014

Had stayed at The Lordleaze several times many years ago and it is basically unchanged

Frankly, The Lordleaze is a perfectly acceptable Hotel in a nice rural location on the outskirts of Chard.

Reception, waiting and bar staff all very pleasant and good at their jobs. Assuming that the hotel wants truthful feedback, I would say four things:

1) It is a little overpriced. I paid £82.00 through Laterooms - this is a £65.00 level of hotel room - 2) It is not really suited to business traveller wanting to sit and work on laptop for a couple of hours - you have to unplug the light to plug in your computer - no suitable chair. 3) My breakfast was disappointing - bacon and sausages cremated - clearly having been in the oven or under the salamander for a long long time

4) It was interesting that on checkout - I was (for the first time in ages) not asked if everything had been all right with my stay. I would have given the feedback on the breakfast if asked - but it was very clear that my opinion was not going to be sought - in fact this is the first hotel that I have used in a long time that did not have a guest's comments card, either. I think the owners do not feel the need to try all that hard, there being a shortage of hotel rooms in the vicinity - so they are often full through the supply/demand balance.