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88% would recommend it to a friend
The Barn Hotel
A nice traditional hotel
We enjoyed our one-night stay at the Barn Hotel.
Considering its location, the gardens were very pleasant and it was lovely having a pre-dinner drink outside (we were lucky with the weather). The food and service was good, if a little bit pricey. The parking was tricky when we arrived as there was a wedding reception in progress but there was ample space later.
The room was small.
Reception staff not friendly.
The Barn Hotel
Historic beauty and quality in Ruislip.
Wonderful room but let down by the breakfast
The room and customer service were extremely good but unfortunately the breakfast both cooked and continental were poor.
The cooked breakfast looked very un-appetising in the way it was presented and was very greasy. The continental was poor in lack of choice, ie only one type of pastry, hardly any fresh fruit. No fresh rolls, I ended up having half a bowl of cereal, and half a slice of toast which was cold when it arrived. Other than that everything was very good and all staff were polite and friendly. It wouldn't put me off staying at the Barn, again, I would just hope there was a vast improvement with the breakfast.
We stayed at The Barn Hotel for one evening due to attending an event at Wembley.
Transport connection-wise it was brilliant with the tube stop next door to the hotel and good, free car parking available. We were only about a 20min tube journey to Wembley. We were surprised to find such a historic building in this part of London and basically the hotel consists of a number of different buildings set amongst lovely gardens. Our room (a twin) was small, with possibly the most narrow single beds I've ever encountered. There really wasn't much room for bags/suitcases or anything else. However the bathroom was generous enough with a bath and decent shower. I felt £80 for a twin room, not on a weekend, seemed a bit pricey given the size of the room (and beds) but clearly you are paying for the location. We didn't pay extra for breakfast at the hotel but found that the Waitrose supermarket across the road does have a cafe.
Very large comfortable room, lovely bathroom, wish I had been staying longer than 1 night
Relaxing Stay in Beautiful Surroundings with Excellent Service and easy access to Central London
This hotel is centred around beautiful historic buildings, much of their original character being retained.
The site is peaceful and quiet yet just round the corner from Metropolitan line. Rooms were comfortable and had everything we required. Customer service excellent, very attentive. Breakfast at the hotel was a great start to the day. Highly recommended.
Quaint place, poor soundproofing
Stayed in room 11, a family strayed in room above, the kids got up at 5am and just constantly ran around, there appears to be little soundproofing, we could hear the lot including if they went for a wee!.
Second night a couple had the room and there was less noise, I guess the best thing too do would be get a second floor room, told reception after day one and they simply said, family checking out. We stay in Ruislip regularly visiting elderly relatives, will consider other options perhaps next time, although I may try a first floor room.
Always book this hotel if available
This is my preferred hotel in the area.
I can't always get booked it as it is popular. I often eat in the bar and food is always to a good standard. I have stayed at this hotel many times since November and always received a welcoming service.