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94% would recommend it to a friend
Good b & b
Handy for Christmas shopping and visiting my friends in various locations nearby.
I managed to get a quiet time and got an en-suite Double Room.
The room was almost too warm and I had to turn all the radiators down. Parking was good. Near the lovely village of East Hendred, however no paths on busy road to get there and no street lights until village itself, so best to drive to The Wheatsheaf Inn by car. Breakfast included in price.
Comfortable room, breakfast delicious, staff delightful.
I had not spoken directly to the proprietor, just followed online directions. Disconcerted to find a split site and no-one about on arrival, but numbers to ring for attention. Travelling alone infrequently, was glad to arrive in daylight with a mobile phone. Will definitely stay again, very good value.
Stayed in the Annex which is just a short distance from the village pubs for good choice of evening meal.
Also just 2 miles off the Ridgeway.
Little Gem in East Hanney.
I recommend this hotel to all.
Lovely setting. Staff are great, prepared to go the extra mile for you. For 55 quid for a family with Brecky is great. Not the Ritz but not that kind of money either. Clean, quiet with countryside all round and a Gourmet Pub a mile away, I'll be back.
Whilst the room was bright and clean there was a significant lack of drawer space.
Quiet and Pleasant
Budget accomodation with good full English Breakfast. Staff good and very obliging. Gardens well groomed.adequate off road secure parking. A small fridge would be an asset. Extra blanket would be good for cold nights. Overall very satisfied with pleasant stay.
Very good and good value would stay again
This was my second stay here, on both occasions I had room 5 with an adjacent bathroom.
The room is spacious and comfortable.
There really isn't anything negative I can tell you about, as the whole experience was very good.
I stayed in room 5 of the main house which does not have a ensuite, but does have a private bathroom opposite and I noticed when you use the shower, you end up soaking the carpet as a result of water coming out of shower head and running down the hose and then down the edge of the bath on to the floor.