When we arrived at the hotel we were greeted by a friendly receptionist who made us feel very... See full review
Aug 19, 2014
Great and friendly staff, perfect room with beautiful view, lovely swimming pool complex, and very... See full review
Apr 11, 2011
This superbly appointed 17th century manor house was once the home of the Marquesses of Huntly, so the magnificent building has a proud history of playing host to special guests!
The BEST WESTERN PLUS Orton Hall Hotel & Spa really does pack a pedigree in the hospitality stakes and offers exceptional accommodations. Seventy spacious bedrooms range from single rooms in the Coach House and modern executive rooms in the wings, to elegant staterooms in the main hall.
Set on 20 acres of peaceful parkland, just half a mile from the Nene Valley Railway and a short drive from Peterborough and its Cathedral, the hotel has been tastefully restored over the years and boasts spacious, airy and quiet conference rooms as a result. A bonus for business travelers! A perfect match for big days, we're known as Peterboroughs leading wedding hotel, with the AA Rosette Huntly Restaurant, and the Courtyard Leisure Club combining to create a truly relaxing, award-winning venue.
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Review of BEST WESTERN PLUS Orton Hall Hotel & Spa
Aug 19, 2014
Such a peaceful place
When we arrived at the hotel we were greeted by a friendly receptionist who made us feel very welcome.Our room was immaculate and spotless,I would say it's luxurious,our ensuite was huge,all toiletries were in there very impressive..The only thing
was our room was up on the second which is including a long ramp and four large,steep staircases,very exhausting for whatever age or how fit anybody may be.we would stay at the hotel again but not in the original part of the hotel,as it's a grade 2 listed building they cannot install a lift,what they can do to the old part is very limited,the new extention is more ideal I would say for everyone really.We booked bed and breakfast and there is a great selection of continental,cereal,toast and a hot.buffet and tea,coffee and juices,all the staff in the breakfast room are so nice.There was a problem on our last morning with the toast...toasted only one side of the bread that was disappointing,the waitress said somebody had adjusted the setting on it but the morning befor somebody had passed a comment about the toast in the breakfast room,perhaps it's just time to get a new toaster!!!!the spa is so relaxing in the hotel,staff in there are so nice we had some treatments and therapy and all were therapeutic.All in all we had a lovely peaceful weekend,we would stay at the hotel again but in the extension,we had our evening meal in the village pub next door to the hotel, food really nice and reasonable and again really nice staff.
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Short walk from hotel
Ramblewood inn for main meals it's on the same grounds as the hotel