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We stayed in room 12 at The Priory Hotel on June 10th and 11th. This was probably the most basic room we have ever stayed in; sufficient hanging space, but practically no drawer space for underwear, medicines, etc. No places to sit, apart from a...More
We had a lunch at the Priory and had a good time. The atmosphere and building are great. The good was pretty good however I'm not a great fan of ordering at the food bar. When we were invited to our table no one offered...More
We like this popular restaurant which has a very good roast dinner with excellent vegetables.
However, the dessert menu never changes and is unimaginative and unappetising.
Come on, Priory....you are missing a trick here! Let's at least have meringues, fruit tarts or choux pastries, please!
Best things: excellent food, good, friendly service, great drinks at extensive bar.
Sadly let down by these things:
The rooms (we had two on the ground floor)
were nothing like the ones on the glossy web site. No air con. Even with the doors open...More
I’m still patting myself on the back for finding this place. How could I have been so brilliant as to pick such an adorable, historic, and lush hotel, in such an idyllic setting that it inspired Lord Tennyson? There are Roman ruins all around, adorable...More
Hi Dogs are not allowed in the rooms but they were happy for our labrador to sleep in the car in the car park there is loads of walking and grass to use next door. I would just check first with the Priory in case it has... More
Hi Dogs are not allowed in the rooms but they were happy for our labrador to sleep in the car in the car park there is loads of walking and grass to use next door. I would just check first with the Priory in case it has changed its policy