Hatton Court Hotel

Upton Hill, Upton St Leonards, Gloucestershire, England, GL4 8DE, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $103.00
 

Travel Blogs from Upton St Leonards

Gun-running at Gatwick

A travel blog entry by 5howarths

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... us brekkie and wave us off. Aunty Weezy took us to Gatwick where all went well until the nice security lady unzipped Lenny's bag to find his unauthorised nerf gun. Supervisor...long wait...being stared at by passersby...

So we are about to board!

More later.
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Burton to Bath

A travel blog entry by kay27

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... gin was cheaper to drink; men and women lost their hair (including eyebrows) due to wearing make-up that was lead-based, so they fashioned mouse skin into eyebrow shapes (and wore wigs) - water in the spas/springs contains 43 minerals and has to be cooled to 33 degrees from 49 degrees (it was hot to touch) - Bath fairly busy traffic-wise as there is no bypass, so all traffic must come through - Jane ...

My Best Addiction

A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk

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... haven't had internet at my flat for the past two weeks already if not more. I check tickets for the train and they have gone up BUT I have received a message from a host, so now I have a dilemma. No time to think, it begins to look dicey where I am standing and all the cabs have now moved on, and so shall I are my thoughts. Still not finished with my booking, I head to another bar, closed of course, near my place. Roughly 45 min later and after the day now passed by, I end ...

Village Hopping in the Cotswolds

A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423

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... the wool trade. Here we found the Almshouses which Sir Baptist Hicks built in 1612 at a total cost of £1,000, to house 6 poor men and 6 poor women. To this day they are still used by 12 pensioners from Campden.

Unfortunately we weren't able to take long walks into the countryside for which the Cotswolds are famous....Otro año!

We're provisioning for a canal trip in Wales and will be out ...

Into the Cotswolds (6th June)

A travel blog entry by shirleyjack

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... Shrewsbury and Hereford, over the Shropshires Hills, and then bypassed Hereford to go to Ross On Wye. Got a little lost going to Cirencester so deveiated through Tewksberry. The roads were busier than in Ireland and we got into the large towns but found it difficult to get parking so decided to stop in the small towns rather than the big ones.
We did go into a carpark in Chester to discover that the minimum fee was 4 pound. We had lunch in ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Upton Hill, Upton St Leonards, is near Gloucester Cathedral, Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Painswick Rococo Garden, and Gloucestershire.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hatton Court Hotel Upton St Leonards

    Romantic getaway

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    My husband and I have just returned from a 2 day Golfing weekend break at The Hatton Court Hotel. We were a little concerned about some of the feedback we read on trip advisor prior to the visit. However, we found all aspects of the hotel to be fantastic. We stayed in one of their four poster rooms in the original part of the hotel, and had our own private balcony and fantastic views over the Severn valley.

    Awful!

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    Thankfully we had a good deal over the internet, an executive room cost us £72 instead of £120. The room was not what you would expect from its "executive" description. Two uncomfortable single beds pushed together, dated furniture and pictures, cramped and nothing like the pictures the hotel shows of its rooms! We had a jacuzzi bath which was nice but again the bathroom could have done with a makeover and there was no shower curtain.

    Service at Breakfast was awful, lots of fed up people, not much choice on the buffet, no sign of the grapefruit or fresh fruit salad and the melon was hard. Cooked breakfast was nice, expecially the bacon but it took ages to order and arrive. Would not stay here again!

    Warm and Friendly

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    We have just had a long weekend at Hatton Court. The staff are very friendly and helpful and the hotel is clean. We upgraded to a superior room which had a jacuzzi bath that was nice. The hotel is non-smoking which we thought was great. It is very warm in there - temparatures seem to be higher than in a rest home! The hotel was full when we arrived with a wedding party and one of their Murder Mystery Weekends (the people on this seemed to be enjoying it very much). Despite so many people, we didn't notice any extra noise or door slamming or the usual rowdiness associated with parties. The food is average but the chef had only been there for 2 weeks when we arrived and was planning changes. Saying that, as it was my birthday he cooked a 3 course meal that we ordered (not on the menu) - this is a lovely service but this was on a Monday when there were not many people here. We were told that the hotel is about to be renovated. I would say it is just showing signs of needing this but has not got to the shabby stage. We found the bed and pillows uncomfotable but we are spoilt at home with memory foam! This is a good place to tour the Cotswolds from and we will definately return and are thinking of attending one of their Murder weekends!

    Would go again.

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    Enjoyed a two night break. Room excellent...private sauna suite a bonus. Food excellent, but surprise surprise, same limited menu each nght...lazy. However filled in questionnaire and got a response saying two menus to run in parallel in future. Well done Hatton Court. would recommend it.

    OK provided you get a deal

    from

    The rating really depends on how much you are paying. I have stayed here a couple of times; on both the food was uniformly poor and the staff de-motivated (on the last occasion it was the night after a busyValentines - the restaurant staff in particular just did not want to be there!). If you get a late Sunday night deal at £40.00 and eat in the village fine - use it like a travel lodge - the rooms have always been very good.

    What can i say

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    we found this hotel purely by chance whilst browsing the internet. We needed a special location for a special occassion in our lives.........WOW!! I was left speechless. The hotel itself is so picturesque which is what attracted us at first, but this continues with the warming ambience on the reception. The staff are friendly, but courteous, offering an excellent service with "can do" attitudes.

    This hotel comes highly recommended by us

    Just not good enough!

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    I'd already booked Hatton Court before I read the previous review on this website, so I was a bit dubious as to what I'd get. Unfortunately the previous reviewer was right - this place really does not deliver. We booked an "executive" room but despite the nice jacuzzi we had two beds pushed together (we were promised a large double or king size), the room was small and very dated decor wise, and we had nothing but a sheet and a blanket on a cold night in October! The mini bar was locked and empty (too much hassle to maintain it) and the bowl of fruit and bath robes I'd seen promised on the website were nowhere to be seen.

    Oh dear what can the matter be - with Hatton Court!

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    After visiting Hatton Court for a number of years and having a sublime time, with food 'to die for' old fashioned attentive but unobtrusive service and all the little finishing touches that made this hotel stand out in its class, we were shocked last summer to find everything 'gone to pot'. Poor and careless service, dirty rooms and I am certain, the best chef on the planet had run off as the food was dire! Not what we have experienced over several years of near perfection.

    Plus Points Minus Points

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    Hotel OK, good reception areas and rooms well equiped.

    Not bad at all

    from

    Not a bad hotel. Decent room. Staff accomodating. Restaurant tries to do complicated food and ends up doing it badly.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hatton Court Hotel Upton St Leonards

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent