This is certainly a beautiful hidden gem in the midlands meander - our daughters treated their mom to an early mothers day present. The trip was booked on Booking.com for the long weekend in April, due to an emergency they had to postpone and called the hotel, Kewen Walden with no hesitation postponed the trip to the 1 May arrival, we were most grateful for this kindness. My daughter changed the room type on bookings.com to a family room but when we checked in the booking had not generated. Once again without hesitation and apologies Kewen made a plan and arranged another room and rectified the overcharge from booking.com So here is on tip - rather liaise directly with properties to make sure that any changes are reflected, this is not the properties fault but other guests might make a fuss. The Hotel Wow this hotel is full of history and character it was build in the 1800 and the building and the area is just beautiful, the views are breathtaking and the gardens are just beautiful. The rooms are spacious clean and each one has a different look and feel. The breakfast was delicious and the atmosphere is wonderful from arrival we were greeted by the Walden family, after exploring the midlands area was so lovely to be greeted with huge friendly smiles and with a lit fire in the garden, we had great time chatting about our day with a glass of red wine and watching the sunset! The area is quiet and perfectly located to explore the midlands area. We highly recommend this for 2 to three night stay.…
Tanglewood Country House, a "hidden gem" nestled in Dargle, was truly a home away from home experience. The facility was clean, comfortable and the breakfast was delicious. The management and staff were warm and friendly which made our stay memorable.
We loved the tranquility and friendliness of everyone there The breakfast was excellent and wholesome and if you ordered dinner it was really good The ambience of the spot is superb We can definitely recommend Tanglewood for travelers through the midlands
Awesone few nights with Kewen and his family. Really different. Good company. Old school hotel. Home made food. Built in 1865 and still feels like u in the 1800s. Quaint rooms. Close to Nottingham Rd.
This is 150 year old hotel that has been cleverly modernized to have en suite bathrooms with losing its charm. Big rooms and comfortable beds with roomy bathrooms furnished with period furniture sometime cleverly adapted to e.g. modern taps. Big, comfortable public areas with really nice wood paneled pub. Friendly, family run with good breakfast.