The Warwickshire Hotel and Country Club4.0 out of 5.0
The Warwickshire Hotel and Country Club4.0 out of 5.0
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Hotel Review: We stayed 2 nights on a Stay & Play weekend. The lady on reception when we checked in on the friday night was one of the most miserable hotel receptionists i've ever come across. On top of that she insisted we hadn't booked breakfast as part of the package, just dinner (huh?!) so that took a few unwelcome minutes to sort out and establish breakfast had actually been booked. The room itself was functional rather than fantastic. The bed was large (2 singles pushed together) but comfortable as were the pillows so sleep wasn't a problem. TV had Freeview so a reasonable selection of channels and there were tea & coffee making facilities (with biscuits) as well as a couple of complementary bottles of water per day. However, there was no safe in the room which was annoying having to take everything out with you round the golf course. The bathroom was fine with a large walk-in shower and hairdryer. Think slightly upmarket Premier Inn and you'll get the picture. The communal areas (primarily the bar & restaurant) are again functional rather than cosy (think airport departure lounge) and Dinner on the first evening was chaotic. The menu choice for Stay & Play guests is not great and more akin to pub grub rather than the restaurant of a 4 star hotel (Scampi & chips, Chicken curry). The bread roll i had with my soup starter was chilled on the inside and molten hot on the outside. The fondant potato i had with my main course was crunchy on the inside. The waiter took our drinks order at the beginning but forgot them until i went up to the bar and reminded him when we were at the end of our starters (and then he'd forgotten what drinks we ordered). Finally we sat for at least 20 minutes after finishing our main course with nobody coming to collect our plates or offer us dessert. We gave up at that point and left. The waiter did apologise to us as we left for the shoddy service explaining that he was the only person on duty. However, there were only about 3 other tables dining so not sure why it was such an issue. Breakfast on the other hand was a much better affair. Service was prompt and there was a decent selection of cooked food. The tea and coffee was pretty ropy though. HP is provided so no need to bring your own. This could be a really great facility but it appears to be run in a fairly lackadaisical fashion which is a shame. Golf, Earls Course Review: A longish (just under 7000 yards from the yellow tees) course through open countryside and woodland making for a good variety. Fairways are relatively generous and bunkers and other hazards not too tricky to negotiate in general. Tees, fairways and greens were all in pretty good condition. The main issue i had was that there was not enough of a gap between tee times so with a lot of four balls out on the course it was a pretty slow round. Great views across the courses from the terrace of the club house. Plenty of practice facilities including a grass driving range. Golf, Kings Course Review: Slightly shorter but more demanding than the Earls Course there are many strategically placed bunkers, narrower fairways and plenty of opportunities to hit the ball in the water (especially at the 8th hole). Fairways were in really good condition as were the greens and this course is a fairly stiff test for higher handicaps (19) . Having said that we enjoyed playing it and it seemed quieter than Earls Course but i'm not sure if thats because it was Sunday rather than Saturday.
Stayed an played at the Warwickshire for a couple of nights in June. Hotel is very good. Rooms are really nice and great walk in showers. Did not get a chance to use the pool and gym but looked really popular with the locals. Food was good. Breakfast is a cut above the normal buffet. Dinner was good pub grub. The dinning areas are quite small, as are the bar areas. I would not recommend for larger groups of golfers but for 12 it was fine. It would alos be really good for couples as it feel less corporate than big chain hotels. The staff were all fantastic. Easiest check in ever from the friendly receptionists. We were looked after in the bar by Marco, he's a real star. Nothing seemed to much trouble and we all felt he actually wanted us to have a good time, rather than just serving up. Thank you Marco, you deserve some praise from your manager!! The golf is fantastic. Kings and Earls are both top drawer, up there amongst the best I've played....but also the longest and toughest (particularly the Earls). Great golf, great, very good hotel and fantastic staff....well done.
Staying here with a group of friends on our annual golf weekend. How ridiculous that a golf resort hotel with 2 courses can't broadcast the USOpen Golf in any part of the hotel. Very disappointing ! Management should be a little embarrassed if they want this venue to be taken seriously as a golf destination.
This is a very well located (just off A road and super close to Warwick and shops), affordable hotel with stylish rooms, very nice bathrooms, clean corridors and friendly, polite and helpful staff. Food is good quality pub grub, priced accordingly. They have some nice house wine too. Room service is only £3 and prompt. Facilities available are also good: pool, gym, hot tubs etc. Changing rooms clean and attractively appointed with lots of showers, hair driers, costume spinners and clean loos. Additional things like bouncy castles, table tennis tables, mini footie goals and a creche obviously make everything even easier if you have kids. Top of the list of attributes though are staff like Katie and Ahmed behind the bar and concierge Darcy who made our three night celebration of my mum's seventieth just very warm and welcoming. Great facilities topped off by quality staff. Reasons for one star drop: one grumpy receptionist (you know who you are 😂), hard pillows (just not my preference I think) and the family fun day - need a few more in the kitchen in future... We're already planning our return for my sister's fortieth. 😊
Good Hotel, wonderful reception team, and the meal was basic fair but lovely and reasonably priced Unfortunately found the bed a bit hard for my liking! Pool complex excellent, really nice having a swim first thing.
We stayed here on the 19th-21st April. As soon as we walked in to the property we were greeted with a sour welcome from the woman at the reception desk. The check in process was short and blunt. Once we got into the room, we were going to freshen up after a long journey only to see the toilet basin was dirty left with what I can assume were skid marks? Called reception downstairs and the same woman came up to check it and clean it. After taking a look instead of an apology of any sort, she said ‘oh it’s not that much, I assumed it was really bad’. Not sure if that was to make me feel like I’d wasted her time by calling? She cleaned it regardless and at the end we finally got a little bit of an apology and were ‘assured’ that house keeping would be informed, so I guess I should be grateful, but I’d have thought a minimum standard is to have a clean room when checking in. Following that, we decided to check the rest of the room including the bed sheets, pulled off the duvet to find small hairs all over the bed which I can only assume were from private parts by the looks of it!!! Took photos, and went down to reception to show the same woman yet again. She didn’t even seem surprised by it, and asked to show the duty manager and took my phone behind a closed door. Came out a few minutes later, still absolutely no apology and told us we’d get a complimentary drink in the bar while they change the sheets and to wait there for about 30 minutes. I don’t know if it’s just my opinion but going into a room of that standard is absolutely disgusting and the fact that the manager didn’t even come out to assist with an explanation was a big disappointment. We then walked passed reception about 45 mins later to go back to the room, and made eye contact with the woman twice yet she said nothing about the room being done or even acknowledged us. I work in a profession which deals with patients and customers daily and we’re always friendly in general. I can’t imagine not having that basic customer service, but especially if there’s been an issue, I’d try my best to make sure they were comfortable so I’m usually expecting the same treatment. In fact, every time we passed the front desk after that I felt very uncomfortable as it was usually the same woman so we stopped making eye contact when passing the desk. This was unfamiliar to us, as we’re used to staying in hotels where we’re greeted throughout the day with a good morning, good evening or a warm smile all the time. On the second evening we came home from dinner at around 11pm and were walking passed and were greeted with a good evening and a big smile from a gentleman who wasn’t even sitting at the desk but in the room behind, and that must have been the most welcome we’d felt throughout the stay. So I’d like to thank that member of staff for changing our views of the reception desk staff for that one night at least. Overall, I think the fact that the manager didn’t come out to have a conversation shows why none of the other staff on the reception desk know how to treat guests because the manager should lead by example. I understand the cleanliness wasn’t their fault but what I’m more upset about is how it was all handled. I’ll end it on a high note- my 3 stars are purely for the bar and restaurant staff who were very friendly, we had lunch and that was very tasty. The views of the golf course from the bar and the pool area were lovely.
It is a nice property with an excellent location. The rooms are well appointed and very comfortable.
Superb golf resort. Hotel was amazing with very helpful staff. Room was extremely clean and bed was super comfortable. Would recommend.
Lovely comfortable bedrooms with excellent shower room. Super towels...nice and big. However I felt the restaurant areas let the overall hotel down.
A nice fairly new hotel in perfect country side close to Warwick. A very nice golf course nearby. Rooms modern and very nice decorated. Bed firm which I find perfect. Only minus the hotel has a fitness centre inside the building, which probably is good for the hotel but makes the restaurant area a bit like a cafeteria.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
The Warwickshire Hotel and Country Club places you within a few miles (5 km) of St John's House and Market Hall Museum. This 56-room, 4-star hotel welcomes business and leisure travelers with a golf course, a full-service spa, and a restaurant.
Start each morning with English breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 9:30 AM. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or enjoy a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.
A flat-screen TV comes with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a coffee maker, a phone, and a desk.
Guests of The Warwickshire Hotel and Country Club have access to a golf course, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help secure valuables, and answer any questions about the area. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a children's pool, a fitness center, and a spa tub.
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% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 156 reviews