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All reviews dining room grand manor beautiful ambience common areas are beautiful old world historic hotel open fire staying overnight last weekend fine dining basic room wonderful weekend devonshire tea bed and breakfast step back in time we loved our stay breakfast and dinner
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Reviewed 30 May 2021

Parking is not easily identified. I had to do a circuit of the very leafy, grounds on roads that were "lumpy but navigable" to get to park where we came it. Parking is sign posted, but close parking is not immediately apparent. We were greeted by "Quentin" the Concierge who directed us to our table. Beautifully laid out with Royal Albert crockery. After a time.. (A tad to long.) came the tea in a slightly tarnished teapot. No worries. No teabags here. Proper tea leaves, and an individual strainer. Lovely, Lovely. Then the main event the Tri. High tea event. It was all very good. Except the sandwiches. the bread was stale, like out in the sun for a couple of hours stale. I ate them and enjoyed the filling My partner wasn't so keen. Overall... Loved the experience.. I recommend High Tea at the Robertson.

Date of stay: May 2021
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Thank Martin H
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Reviewed 15 May 2021

Place is old, however it is comfortable, clean and quite. However watch out for the $25 buffet, we paid for at checkin only to find the next morning that the buffet was not operating, and the cook couldn’t even cook a pouched egg.
Also they closed the bar at 9.05pm as we walked up to it, the close time is advertised as 9.30pm.

Date of stay: May 2021
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Reviewed 27 April 2021 via mobile

Not much of this style of accommodation about these days - about a century? old!
It’s lovely to go back in time ....
We enjoyed our attentive host, the open fire and the ambiance but most of all one of the finest meals ourselves and our 3 dinner guests have had in ages.
Keep that chef happy - very good .

Terry & Jennifer Connolly

Date of stay: April 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank jennifercY7076PC
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Reviewed 13 April 2021

The grounds are truly magical, as is the hotel itself and it's history. Unfortunately, there seems to be something off with the plumbing .... there was a stench of sewrage through the corridors in the upper levels. We had dinner at the hotel - the service was good but the food was terrible - my foccacia was stale, for example. The staff seem lovely and are doing their best, but whoever owns the hotel needs to do some plumbing and maintenance ASAP, and work on improving the quality of the food.

Date of stay: April 2021
Thank Sherpa622242
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Reviewed 30 January 2021

Lovely old historic hotel to stay in, ongoing restoration. Wonderful service by staff. We had a King deluxe room with own bathroom, beautiful large room, spacious. Heater in room but no air-conditioning. Comfortable beds and lovely soft white towels every day. Room serviced daily. Room was located on 2nd floor, so you will have to walk up 4 flights of stairs to get to the 2nd floor; not good for elderly. No lift available in this hotel. Breakfast was buffet style, lots of choices to choose from although a little expensive and lots of flies unfortunately hovering around the food. The cooked breakfast was cold unfortunately. Pool area was appreciated by all guests on the long weekend as Robertson was experiencing heatwave conditions. Dining room worth a meal here - very delicious. Cafe was also great offering good coffee and lovely delicious treats to savour. Lovely high ceilings in all rooms of hotel. Living Room was very popular with guests for pre-dinner drinks or after dinner for that nightcap. A nice bar area with plenty of seating is also available.
Lovely gardens to walk around and the local geese and ducks roam the property during the day. Watch out for the geese they will chase the guests sometimes. Walk around the property and visit the disused Railway platform "Ranelagh House Station" and the meandering walk to get there. A beautiful hotel old world, thoroughly enjoyed our weekend there, would stay again.

Room tip: Choose a room on top level - 2nd floor, great views from corner room, lots of stairs though to climb. Get a room with your own bathroom.
Date of stay: January 2021
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Thank 84Cedarhouse
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