Stayed 2 nights at this hotel. Delightful room. Not particularly large, but tastefully furnished, huge comfortable bed, great shower. We enjoyed the beer garden, and hotel grounds are beautiful. Food was excellent, and plenty of it! Staff very friendly and helpful. Would certainly recommend to anyone.
My husband booked a 2 night stay for us as part of our Pearl wedding Anniversary. An easy hotel to find clearly signposted on the way in. Ample parking space and due to covid restrictions our room key was waiting for us on the piano through the front door. We headed upstairs to a large room with a lovely sleigh bed, two arm chairs and a Juliette balcony. I do feel the room is very basic though, lacking character or colour rather beige. We paid £150.00 per night even though we read the speil I would have liked to see a coffee machine and bath sheets. I'm reasonably slim but the bath towel barely covered me. Two bottles of water and maybe small bottles of fresh milk would be a nice touch with homemade biscuits. All those little touches make it special. We headed downstairs for a drink, but as no other guests appeared we decided we didn't fancy dining on our own so headed out to the local Co-op and bought cheese, biscuits and wine we did move the chairs and coffee table to the end of the bed as we wanted to eat and watch a film. TV is quite far from the bed if your deaf like me and I didn't fancy crumbs in bed! We slept well room was rather hot though, even with a fan and the window open. The shower was fabulous though can't fault that. Breakfast is pre ordered on a sheet full English, continental or omelettes available our juice, cereal was laid out on our arrival. We were served by the lovely Becky who did appear to say the hob wasn't working so we could not have eggs or mushrooms, we were offered extra croissants and pastries. Nothing was too much trouble, breakfast was very enjoyable. We went for a walk around the pretty garden and admired the Koi carp. We visited Bodiham Castle and Scotney in the afternoon, well worth a visit and dined that evening at Queens Head Sedlescombe a lovely pub then headed back to the hotel and had a drink in the beer garden. Becky was on duty again a lovely lady she had mentioned a free drink to us but by then, we had paid we really didn't mind the missing breakfast items. Our breakfast next day again was lovely, on our departure we said goodbye to the staff and what we believe was the owner. We certainly enjoyed our stay and would happily return.…
Very friendly staff at this lovely hotel set in beautiful grounds. Great outside bar and beer garden. Room was extremely clean with a huge sleigh bed and good shower. Function room is used as dining room and bar due to Covid measures which allows for safe distancing but did lack a bit of atmosphere. However, service and food was superb. Would recommend.
Claverton is a small , well-maintained hotel in beautiful gardens. Room was lovely with a four-poster bed. Everywhere very clean and sensible Covid precautions were in place. Dinner was rather disappointing - there was a very limited menu, but breakfast was very good. I'd happily stay again...but I'd eat elsewhere!
After recently getting engaged, my fiancé and I wanted to get the ball rolling on possible venues. Having seen Claverton on the interweb, we decided it would be rude not to pop along and try the food. We weren’t disappointed. At all. Not in the slightest!! A beautiful venue, with a warm welcome from the staff. Sat on the decking by the outside bar and under the covering, the view is relaxing with a tranquil atmosphere. The food was well presented, clearly freshly cooked and generous in portion. Flavoursome throughout which left me wanting more! Strongly recommended.