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BEST WESTERN Salford Hall Hotel,  Stratford-Upon-Avon

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Abbots Salford, WR11 8UT, Stratford-upon-avon, Great Britain - Voir la carte
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Le BEST WESTERN Salford Hall Hotel est un magnifique manoir Tudor au coeur du pays de Shakespeare et à la porte des Cotswolds. Il dispose d'un superbe restaurant primé de deux rosettes, restauré avec goût, qui sert une cuisine raffinée. Il a conservé ses anciens panneaux de chêne et ses feux de cheminée. Passez un excellent séjour !

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  • 4
    « Group on deal »

    Stayed here with a 2 night b&b with afternoon tea and Warwick castle tickets Had an excellent two days for my wife's birthday staff were great friendly and helpful ordered flowers for my wife. Beautiful place with lots of character loved the log fire when it was on. Thanks to all the staff for a great relaxing break Hopefully will be back here soon

    3
    « Two night visit »

    We stayed here for two nights in November in order to go to the theatre at Stratford. The first room we were given was very claustrophobic and I asked to change. The girl on reception was very helpful but the second offer was no better. Third time lucky and we were in a lovely big room in the annexe. Unfortunately it was a shower not a bathtub but that is personal preference. On the first evening we ate in the bar...okay...the second night we took the advice of a previous guest on Trip Advisor and went to the Coach and Horses pub in Harvington about a mile away...huge portions and great value! Breakfast was adequate if not inspired! We would stay here again but would definitely ask for an annexe room!

    2
    « Such a Shame »

    We stayed here for one night. The staff were all lovely, and really helpful. We were given room 32. The room was £105 excluding dinner & breakfast. The room was so small. The room is in the eaves of the property, and I had to bend over quite considerably to get into bed. I'm not the tallest, 5' 4" to be exact & I could place my hand flat on the ceiling. It was such a shame. I feel the room is over priced. The en-suite was of a good size & standard, really good shower to be fair. Food - We had dinner & breakfast in the hotel. We were put into a "conservatory?" area. I have to say it was tired, and drafty. The food was okay, I'd rate it about a 5/6 out 10. We had breakfast again in the covered area, again chilly and I ordered the smoked salmon & scrambled eggs. It was very nice, but very small portion, and not worth the £12.50. I know they had a big wedding on, and were very busy, but I feel there should have been more staff on as the wait for breakfast was quite long. Now it seems I'm moaning, but there is a strange smell in the reception area. I won't be going back and couldn't recommend it.

    1
    « Afternoon Tea »

    Booked for Afternoon Tea with friends x very disappointed, as only two types of sandwich Tuna or Beef (we assumed) left over from Sunday, as we went on Monday x Scones were hard after over cooking x cake was alright, nothing special x and cost £15 never again

    4
    « Overall, a good stay. »

    I stayed here for work on 21 and 22 November. Arrived early but my room was ready, which was lucky. It was a nice, clean room in the old part of the hotel. Also, a very good, firm bed. Unfortunately there was a problem with the fire alarm so staff upgraded me to a superior room in the annexe. I couldn't fault the customer service despite it being a bit of a nuisance to move rooms. Two ladies even helped me carry my luggage to the new room. The superior room was much larger and I liked the idea of having your own entrance. Only problem was the bed in room 35, which was far too soft for me. Also, you could hear everything from the next room- abultions, television, even snoring! Breakfast was fine, with fast and efficient service. Overall, it was a very pleasant stay.

    4
    « Lovely Homely Hotel »

    Myself and a friend stayed here 18-20 Nov 2016. It's a gorgeous place with an open log fire as you walk in so the homely country feel is set straight away. When we got to the room it was a standard double, the views were amazing!! We came to notice later that there was no hot water, so the next morning we mentioned this to the receptionist who asked us to pack our bags and she would get us moved while we were out for the day. We went for breakfast which tasted really good, there was a full continental to choose from which included fruit salad, yoghurt, pastries etc and also cooked breakfast. We got the breakfast in the price for the weekend, the full English including continental was nearly £13 the full English consisted of 1 of each, bacon, egg, sausage, field mushroom and have a tomato.. To me to pay £13 was a little excessive... We went out for the day to Warwick Castle!! Incredible place and I throughly recommend it.. When we got back we had been but in a queen size room which was so gorgeous!!.. The second night we went to a local pub called Coah and Horses, the food there was cheap and over all outstanding 2 starters 2 mains £24, the owners were really welcoming and it was only a mile up the road in a little village called Harvington, it's was so cute and quaint. Over all we had an amazing time at Salford Hall I'd say the only down fall was the lack off entertainment, there was background music in the bar in the evening but it was the same radio one live lounge cd that was on repeat so was quite repetitive and was on quite low. If you want a quiet weekend away though Salford Hall is perfect.

    5
    « A pleasure »

    My boyfriend and I visited recently after getting an "overnight stay for two" gift that needed using up! We arrived at the hotel to find that the hotel had never heard of us, which could've been disheartening, however the staff were more than accommodating and welcoming toward us. We were told they'd had problems with that particular company before and they'd chase them up themselves, after they sorted us out. The hotel is a one of a kind. The floors, ceilings and walls are all wonky which I LOVED. You can't buy character. We ate in the restaurant for dinner and as well for breakfast (turns out that was included in our experience) and both meals were truly excellent. All staff we spoke to were more than pleasant and couldn't be happier to help us. A fantastic and peaceful nights sleep in a comfortable clean room too. If I should find my way to the area again, I would most definitely revisit. The manager should be very proud of their staff.

    5
    « Weekend Away »

    Had this as a groupon present for my birthday. Lovely surprise, old and quirky hotel with nice room, very friendly and helpful staff, had sparkling afternoon tea which we enjoyed, tickets to Warwick Castle and excellent cooked to order breakfast, good bar although a bit small but serving real beer at reasonable prices, unfortunately we did not see any of the resident ghosts even after a couple of drinks, would certainly reccomend

    4
    « Anniversary stay at Salford Hall »

    A magical overnight anniversary stay at Salford Hall. Such character. Staff were friendly and attentive. Very relaxing evening in the bar area. Picture postcard looking hotel. Lots of history and apparently haunted! Any issues dealt with quickly and efficiently. Afternoon tea included - marvellous. Would certainly go back.

    1
    « Shocking »

    We had a terrible experience at this hotel, not only did we have very hot water coming out of the cold tap in room 34 infact the water was so hot we could not bath or shower the problem was apparent before we arrived. And then both my wife and I cought norovirus never been so ill. On complaining afterwards there was a total lack of consideration to our feelings or wellbeing, poor show they offered us a £30 goodwill gesture voucher, seeing we spent over £400 for the stay would not advise anyone to stay there.

  • 4
    « Highly recommended »

    I took advantage of a deal, afternoon tea and free access to Warwick Castle and have to admit I was apprehensive as it seemed to good to be true. What a wonderful 2 days, afternoon tea was delicious and plentiful, the staff were delightful, very friendly, good breakfast, hot and tasty. Booked dinnner on the second night, which was delicious, served by Lucy and Amelia, who couldn't do enough. We had a problem with our room which Beth sorted out, nothing was too much trouble for her and all done with a smile. Highly recommended, would definitely return.

    3
    « Disappointed »

    My fiancée booked us a night away here and we were both really excited, we had read on a few websites that it was quite haunted which was our main reason for choosing this hotel as would of loved to have some ghostly experiences. On arrival I was quite impressed with the building and the staff were very welcoming. On checking in we discovered that we weren't in the main building but one of the smaller out buildings. The rooms were very dated and what seemed like an outside light lit the room from the middle of the ceiling. The bed was two singles that had been pushed together and they seemed to be slightly different heights, very uncomfortable nights sleep. We had booked to have dinner in the restaurant but on our pre-drink in the bar we both agreed that there was a strange smell throughout the ground floor which put us both off eating there. We ended up cancelling our dinner reservation and going to a nearby pub for our dinner. The room was very hot even with the radiator turned off, my pregnant fiancée struggled to cool down or sleep very well at all as the hotel were unable to provide a fan. We didn't feel comfortable sleeping with the window and blind open as we were on the ground floor next to the footpath. The rooms are so noisy and could here upstairs and next door rooms so loudly!! If you aren't a heavy sleeper I wouldn't recommend staying here. Overall disappointed, wouldn't go back.

    3
    « Tired hotel »

    Had a 80th birthday party on a Sunday afternoon,hotel looks good from outside but rather dated and dull inside,worn carpets dust etc house keeping not very good.very small bar area with poor service and a miserable waitress,food was ok but very small portions and not everyone got what they asked for.can't say I would recommend it to anyone with much better local pubs offering a better service.

    4
    « helpful staff »

    Thoroughly enjoyed our overnight stay in the stable block. The staff were excellent especially the young dark haired man who waited on our table...what a charming and helpful man! The food was well cooked and promptly delivered. Great for exploring the area.

    4
    « Relaxed hotel »

    Had a lovely stay at Salford Hall Hotel , warm, relaxed and friendly. Very good food at restaurant reasonably priced. Very good full English breakfast . Nice little bar with friendly helpful staff. Old Tudor building so floors creaky, stayed in four poster room, nice clean modern bathroom, old furniture in room but in keeping with the building nice comfortable bed. Hopefully we will return.

    5
    « oct 2016 »

    great location for touring Cotswold Stratford-upon-Avon 15 mins away Broadway and the heart of the very heart of the Cotswold villages on your door step. The hotel is old I mean old said to be haunted but I did not engage!! if you like history go there. The staff are very helpful the food very good and reasonably priced but ask before you go if there is a wedding or coach party going on while you are there it is a popular place but ideal for such an event as a wedding venue four poster beds and all that lovely grounds for photographs ...avoid the rush!

    3
    « Average »

    Groupon stay. Very lovely building and easy to check in / out. Afternoon tea was fine nothing exciting - cheap bread. I am a dog lover and appreciate it is a dog friendly hotel but a very large party were staying at the hotel with a number of dogs, a room close by had dogs which were barking every morning from 7.30pm and evening until 10.30pm which was very frustrating as nothing could be done and resulted in our break not being relaxing at all. Bathroom was clean and modern. TV a good size. Bedroom furniture and four poster bed very random and dated. Dead wasp and lots of surface dust in room. Breakfast was fine - waiter attentive. I would of liked a fruit option not fruit salad which was very sweet and full of cheap orange juice.

    5
    « Groupon Deal at Salford Hall Hotel »

    Bought a Groupon deal to stay at the hotel with my husband, 21 yr old and 9 yr old. The price included sparkling afternoon tea, full English breakfast, and tickets to Warwick Castle. The hotel staff were very friendly. The hotel was beautiful. Good value for money. We all had a truly wonderful experience.

    3
    « It's ok. I wouldn't give it 5 out of 5 though »

    I stay in hotels a lot through work , and I've stayed in some good and some very very bad hotels. I thought this one was fine. I would t give it 5 out of 5 though, as many have here. It's ok. The staff were fine. The building is very pretty. Inside it's a bit tired but was ok. The room was fine. Nothing to shout about. We were in room 14. It was very hot - had to turn the heating off and open the window to make it bearable. I thought breakfast was mediocre at best. My view, it's fine. Not complaints. From reading to other reviews I would think it was amazing. It isn't.

    5
    « Murder Mystery stay »

    Wonderful stay. Husband in wheelchair and room had plenty of room to accommodate the chair also very good facilities. The hotel is beautiful and the evening extremely entertaining. Food excellent. Could find no fault with anything. All the staff were so very helpful and friendly. Recommend highly. Thank you for your attention!

  • 4
    « Really lovely stay with great customer care to boot! »

    We stayed in the lovely Queen Anne executive room which was spacious, with a beautiful decor so we were well impressed from the off. Meals were really good though slightly expensive but breakfasts were fine. Staff ran it like a family business. Nice, calm stay overall. The only issue with our lovely room was the creaking ceiling and noise from the bar which was very loud when trying to sleep. At one stage it felt like the people above would come through the ceiling or a herd of elephants were trampling around. Dog friendly which I have no problem with as long as the owners keep them in check (which wasn't always the case as my wife's sandwich nearly came a cropper to an over excited dog (geez!). Overall though would highly recommend.

    5
    « Lovely food »

    My recent visit to this hotel has been wonderful- the best part was the dinner we had with my friends: completely new menu, fresh and exciting, the presentation is beautiful and the overall quality of the food is really good. I definitely recommend staying and dining here!

    5
    « Salford Hall Hotel »

    Where do I start? Hotel is beautiful inside and out. We were in room 16 which was perfect for 2 of us. Room and bathroom both spotless. Very comfortable room with tv and tea making facilities. Bathroom with bath and over bath shower. We were there on a Thursday and took advantage of meal deal of 2 steaks and bottle of wine £25. The meal was delicious. Cooked to perfection and fantastic value. Generous portions too. Breakfast was same. Cereal fruit and pastries on offer with toast making available. Service was excellent again and quickly served. 1 full English and 1 salmon with scrambled eggs. Both cooked perfectly. Hotel is a perfect get away from it all place and I can't wait to go back. Special thanks to gentleman who took me to see the Priest hole too. Seems nothing was too much for any of the staff

    5
    « Friendly staff, great food and beautiful old hotel »

    Had a lovely stay at the Salford Hall Hotel with my partner and 6 month old baby. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff and they went out of their way to make us feel welcome. We ate in the bar both nights and the food was brilliant - freshly prepared and generous portions. The breakfast was fantastic too and served quickly and efficiently. Our room was huge - we asked for a family room and were given a sofa bed and travel cot in addition to what must have been a super king size four poster bed. Plenty of room for all of our stuff! The hotel itself has a really interesting history (ask to see the priest hole) and beautiful old features. Overall, a fantastic stay and we will be highly recommending the hotel to our friends and family. Thank you.

    5
    « Sait wedding »

    Well we're do I start with this hotel EMILY you helped us with lots of stuff for our big day you was a really big help sorry about all the emails and phone calls haha all the staff in this hotel were 1st class Tony was amazing and the bar man did not catch his name the hotel is amazing and hold lots of history had and amazing wedding day and night food was plenty full and really tasty nothing was to much trouble for this hotel so thank you guys for being part of our big day Mr and Mrs Sait

    3
    « Lovely old hotel, friendly staff but let down by its house keeping. »

    We stayed here for two nights for my daughters wedding which was held in the hotel. We stayed in a four poster room and were disappointed that bed had no drapes, it was also not very comfortable. The room itself was large but there was lots of dust and also cobwebs. The bedside light would only work if you wobbled it back and forth. The breakfast was very average, the croissants were cold and nobody checked if we wanted tea or coffee, it was basically if you want it get it yourself from a very dodgy hot water dispenser. Although the hotel knew it was going to be full for breakfast, items from the full English were not available as they had run out. Also having paid several thousands of pounds for the wedding package they thought it was ok to charge me £1:50 to fill my baby grandsons bottle with milk. An ok hotel that could be so much better. Also totally unsuitable for the disabled.

    5
    « Wedding and overnight stay »

    Daughters wedding reception held here in the marque. Very impressed with the whole experience. The staff through the planning stages were excellent. Special thanks to Emily she deserves a medal for all her hard work in making the day really special. Very pleased with the food throughout our stay which includes wedding meal, evening hog roast and morning breakfast. Barman was very friendly/helpful and patient with the children ( nothing was too much to ask) also special menton for Tony ( scottish guy) he has an engine on him ! Working hard late into the evening and also early morning and still finds time to be very pleasant and helpful. ( alot can be learnt from this guy) not sure if the person who did the disco/ photo booth/photos actually works at the hotel, anyhow he did a first rate job so highly reccomended! Once again thankyou to all staff at the hotel including those who work hard behind the scenes. On a final note .. I found it unbelievable during this day and age that money was not the number one priority for this hotel .. There was no rush for payments to be made and I practically had to force them to accept the final payments. Thank you all

    5
    « Great Weekend »

    We were part of a group of 14 university friends meeting for a reunion weekend. The hotel and rooms were full of character, comfortable and well equipped. Dining was a pleasure, especially as we were catered for in a separate room for our party and the food was excellent. The staff are worthy of a particular mention as everyone was friendly, helpful and most efficient, nothing being too much trouble. We all thoroughly enjoyed our weekend.

    5
    « Ten stars!! »

    If there were more stars, I would give them for this amazing hotel! We had driven around Cheltenham and surrounding area looking for somewhere with accommodation available but all full (luckily as it turned out!) as time was getting on, it was after midnight by now and we'd been driving all day. Found this place by chance and parked. Gathered our bags and walked under the stone archway into the prettiest courtyard! 14th and 16th century magic surrounded us. My partners wallet started hiding and whimpering....greeted by a very well trained and informative receptionist, he was a welcome site and even more so when he told us that our double room with breakfast was only going to cost £80. I have never stayed in such a fabulous, most interesting place before that didn't cost a small fortune. Room was well furnished, very comfortable, bath and shower room nicely decorated. Incredible building. Quiet. Simply the best.

    4
    « Beautiful Hotel, Great location. »

    We were visiting the area for a family celebration and decided to stay here as we had passed it many times and thought it looked superb. The actual building dates back to Tudor times. The room we had was in an annex, (just a few steps from the main hotel), which was on the flat and had a walk in shower, which I had requested as my husband is slightly disabled. The bed was very comfortable, the room was clean, and warm. The grounds of the hotel are beautifully maintained. I cannot comment of the food as we joined our family in Evesham for our meals. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will return there if and when the occasion arises.

  • 5
    « Very relaxing, friendly hotel with character »

    We arranged to meet up with six old friends. We needed space to relax and talk about old times. The staff were very friendly and helpful, they went out of their way to make our stay very enjoyable. Food was good. The hotel has character and history.( a class 1 listed building)

    4
    « Lovely setting »

    Stayed overnight on a Groupon deal with afternoon tea on day of arrival. Really historic building with low doors and beams. Our room was comfortable with a modern en-suite. We had a nice meal in the restaurant and the full English breakfast was lovely and plentiful. The only problem we had was that at night when all was quiet our room sounded as though it had an industrial extractor going which kept us awake so that was a shame.

    4
    « Enjoyed Stay »

    Stayed at The Salford Hall with my husband for 2 nights for my birthday. The deal included champagne afternoon tea on arrival which was lovely and B & B. We ate in the bar on the first night and on my birthday in the restaurant and both nights the food was very nice. We had a four poster room and that was lovely as were all the staff.

    4
    « Lovely 2 days »

    This hotel is a lovely Tudor building. Right up my street! Our room was large with a view over the courtyard and our own staircase up to the bathroom (24 Lady Jane Grey). Free wi fi which was good. Lovely atmosphere. Our Groupon deal included breakfast which was very good and 1 sparkling cream tea - lovely. The only criticism was that some things on the menu were not provided. I love grapefruit juice in the morning which was on the menu but on asking was told they didn't do it anymore together with a lot of the other juice. Well OK but don't put the offer of it in writing then! We did really enjoy staying here and would return and wish Salford Hall every success.

    5
    « Great wedding anniversary party »

    Fab pearl wedding anniversary party organised by Emily and team. Very helpful throughout planning stages and good attention to detail. Final day setup all done well ahead of time. Food was very good, freshly prepared, good quality and portions and amazing value for money. Had a great party, couple of small niggles but would highly recommend. Our party of 77 had a great night. Breakfast was slow due to number of people but worth the wait: that very rare thing, freshly cooked full English. Thanks to all the staff.

    4
    « Beautiful place! »

    Very atmospheric, characterful place to stay. My room wasnt huge and it was a bit tired hence the four stars but I slept really well and the food was AMAZING! Best meal Ive had all year, beautifully prepared. Treated myself to a nightcap by the fire and thoroughly enjoyed it all. They have history sheets on reception if you're interested and they make very interesting reading. The staff were super-friendly, the bed very confortable and this is definitely on my list to revisit!

    4
    « Another good stay »

    Stayed 2 nights DBB was given a four poster upgraded room which was clean and furnished in character with the building. Powerful shower. Good Internet Polite and professional staff. Good breakfast and excellent steak and chips in the bar. Would happily recommend this hotel and will return.

    3
    « Great building and staff but not Room 32 »

    First I would like to say that the Hotel and grounds where great. All Staff where very friendly and the food was excellent. The only thing that is the room, if you can call it that ? -Room 32. 1. The room was far to small to be a double with 2 occupants. It should have been a single bed for one. 2. The room had no desk/dressing table and chair. (thus my wife had nowhere to do makeup and me nowhere to use my computer). 3. My wife was unable to do her hair as there was no Mirror or table by the only socket and so had to ask the receptionist for an extension lead so she could use the mirror in the bathroom (not very safe). 4. Bathroom window has been re plastered/ sanded and not finished - see photo1. 5. You can also see the lights in the bathroom are not finished - see photo 2. 6. One other thing in the bathroom is that there is no blind on the window which means you can be seen from the drive and gardens when in the shower, not nice for my wife. 7. The fixing for the curtains in the main room are terrible as you can see in the photo . 8. Curtain have loads of threads hanging and lining hanging out. 9. As windows where Velux I think that they could have been cleaned. see photo.

    5
    « Wedding Celebration »

    Just had our wedding celebration at the hotel and could not be happier. The wedding planner Emily was great from start to finish and all the staff worked really hard to make sure the day was perfect, they are all very professional and very friendly. Breakfast was great and our room was very comfortable.

    3
    « Lovely staff but.... »

    I took my boyfriend here for a birthday surprise. Booked dinner bed and breakfast on the best western website. On arrival the hotel looked beautiful and the greeting was by staff was nice. We made our way to the room third floor up on the outhouse. The corridor smelt of damp but was pleased with the bedroom and bathroom. Except found a few short and curlys around the bathroom and also the wall paper was coming off the wall. The hotel was only being run by three people by the looks of it and you could tell they was trying to do their best but it lead to an unsmooth service which lead to frustration. We ran for an iron which we had to ask for again forty minutes later. After having an average dinner but served by kind staff. We went to the bar where some old ladies had been waiting to drink. The blonde lady whom seemed to be doing many different roles as we heard her running around for an iron for another customer then served us on request. After our drink we went up to our room and went to bed. After we had been in our room for atleast 30 mins with the DO NOT DISTURB sign the lady knocked on the door to ask for the iron disturbing our rest. Overall the building was beautiful but needed a bit of TLC. Staff are lovely but not enough to cover all guests.

  • 4
    « A very good place to eat at »

    We have had a few meals at Salford Hall, usually lunches, but they have all been really excellent. Quality of the food is top notch and very well presented. The surroundings are also top of the pile, being very spacious and high quality. The staff are helpful and nothing is too much trouble to them. Top of the class!!

    4
    « Quirky, Spooky, Delightful »

    I've stayed in lots of different hotels over many years of holidays and travelling around for both work and pleasure - but this has to be the most unique and interesting one ever! Stayed for 4 nights as our base for a coach tour. Our bedroom was in the Hall itself (other rooms in outbuildings, some of which look as old as the Hall). Our room was reputed to be haunted, as were several others, but I can't testify to the accuracy of this, as I didn't personally see any ghosts. Considering the great age of this Grade 1 listed building and it's layout, our bedroom was very comfortable, with a modern bathroom and a gently sloping floor, exposed beams of great antiquity. Bed was very comfortable. Our food choices were varied and very good quality, staff were universally helpful and friendly. Just a wonderfully different experience which we hope to repeat on a future visit to this beautiful and historic part of England.

    4
    « WOWcher »

    Bought a two night deal and went for our anniversary in early Sept. This is a lovely lovely building, is it perfect? No, but it offers something different, it's quirky and interesting. We had a room in the annexe across the road, it was cosy with a traditional four poster. The bathroom was very modern, and would benefit from a little tlc, but was spotless. The breakfasts were great, lots of choice and cooked food was fresh and piping hot. We ate in the restaurant one night, food and service were excellent and good value for the standard, the Argentinian Malbec was divine. Staff were all excellent and we had good chats with a few other guests, very friendly. Would we go again? Absolutely and we will.

    5
    « Fantastic one nighter! »

    We booked this on a groupon that gave room and breakfast, afternoon sparkling tea on arrival and 2 ticket entrance to Warwick Castle for £99. Abosolute bargain! Tea was nice and fullfilling, we stayed in the Queen Anne room, the staff were attentive and we had a few cheekies in the bar in the evening! Overall great place to spend a night!!

    4
    « Business stay »

    Stayed for one night. Got a twin room. Reception good check in and friendly staff. Room in outside block. Room a good size, modern bathroom good sized tv. Beds not comfy at all but slept ok. Food was good as was the service. Parking was a plenty. Good price but would prefer a double next time.

    5
    « Lovely place with loads of character »

    Stayed for one night with family, 6 of us all together. Really impressed, set in lovely quiet surroundings, the staff are very friendly and attentative. We had a bar meal in the evening which was excellent although the cheeseboard was a bit expensive ! It's a dog friendly place,there were 3 dogs in the small bar area when we arrived which wasn't a problem with us but could be to people who are allergic, or if the dogs had been wet as they do tend to smell then.

    5
    « Enjoyable Stay. »

    We enjoyed our two night stay. Our ground floor room was spacious and clean. We enjoyed our freshly cooked breakfast and piping hot coffee. Dinner on both evenings was very good. We found all the staff pleasant,helpful and polite.

    4
    « Good value for money »

    Stayed here on a groupon deal.... Really good value for money. Needs some updating but our room was ok.... There was a coffee stain on the wall which needed wiping. Food was good...dinner better than breakfast. Nothing to complain about. We had. Good stay.

    4
    « Fantastic building »

    My 'room' was curiously laid out - that was part of its charm! The window was high and small but opened (I HATE hotels where windows are locked shut even if there's aircon) Internet access was good. Breakfast was fair but I have a personal dislike of variety pack cereals where the only muesli is Alpen. There are up-market mueslis available in single portion packs (e.g. Dorset) and when breakfast costs so much, I think they should be provided.

    4
    « Steeped in history and dust »

    A lovely hotel that's real quirky. We stayed four nights and ate in the restaurant on on evening which was quite nice (we don't normally do hotel food because it's expensive and poor quality) but the burger was nice and the fish and chips plentiful. Breakfast was good with the full range of options. My only issue with the hotel is that it is full of dust and the house keeping don't seem to do anything other than the rooms. A hotel should be clean all the time. Traveller tip: don't stay in the Attica rooms in the summer, it unbearably hot and there is no air on. Staff were polite and helpful when called upon.

  • 2
    « cobweb & mould in bedrooms »

    On the website the hotel looked good (booked with Booking.com). As we drove up to the outside of the hotel, it looked good. We booked in at Reception and we given our key and directions. We couldn't find the bedroom (in the Tudor block) and we ended up walking all the way around the outside of the buildings with heavy cases before we eventually found the room, tucked right in the corner by the bushes. On entering the room, it was very dark, very low ceilings, the carpet was very grubby and dirty but worst of all were the cobwebs around the ceiling/wall line & the curtains. Also lots of revolting mould around the very small window. Went to complain at Reception and they only had one other room available, the four poster, that they could move us to. No extra charge. This room was twice the size of the original room. Still low ceilings, but not as dark inside. The bed was indeed a four poster frame but there were no drapes on it to make it a feature. The mattress was very uncomfortable with what seemed to be a 'metal ridge' running from top to bottom on the left hand side. There was a 'put you up' sofa bed which was so grubby we didn't sit on it. There were still some cobwebs and mould on the windows but not as bad as the first bedroom. The shower in the bathroom was disgusting with mould on the tile grout and all over the ceiling. We only had a wash in the sink in the morning. Neither of us could face going in the shower. Yuk. Our stay was one night only and we ate in the restaurant. The food was ok but nothing exciting. The restaurant reminded us of an old peoples home. We didn't have breakfast, we just wanted to get away. From a promising external view, it was a very disappointing interior. The staff were ok. There was obviously a major problem with housekeeping and training. Our main complaints could easily have been overcome with proper cleaning/hygiene.

    2
    « Quirky »

    I guess when you stay in a 600 or so year old building it's not going to be in the best shape. But a bit of investment wouldn't go amiss, but I suspect that to get this up to luxury standard would take quite a bit. Our bedroom carpet was threadbare in parts as were some in the stairs. The bathroom looks like something out of the 70's with a shower curtain over the bath (seldom seen these days). Breakfast was ok and the choices for evening meals in the restaurant not bad. But overall not a hotel we will revisit.

    3
    « Pronounced Shortcomings; Some Compensations »

    My 2-night 2nd floor Tudor Court stay had some real inconveniences. The second floor room had a third floor bathroom. Not good for middle of night bathroom needs. There is no ice machine and no in-room refrigerator, despite the hotel's prices and billing as an elite hotel. Requests for ice and glass glasses (absent from the room) incurred room service charges of 2.5 pounds each time. There was no top sheet on the bed. The decorative bed pillows were quite torn up. No Kleenex in the room. The receptionist had only been there six mos. She was very sweet. Said she had never seen any of the rooms. The young man who portered my bags was lovely. When I remarked on the inconvenience of not having a small refrigerator, he assured me leftover restaurant meals could be put in their refrigerator. This proved to be not possible due to health codes. When I mentioned the need for a refrigerator to the older woman manager, she poo-pooed the idea, saying that's not why their guests come there, it was not a need, it was not done in england, and this wasn't America, after all. She was unresponsive and downright insulting. My English friends say that hotels at this price and brand level routinely come with refrigerators. While my bedroom was spacious and the bed linen clean, with additional pillows provided, a phone, a functional TV, clearly there is no in-room supervision of the housekeeping staff, one of whom I met. She did not speak English, but did install a top sheet on the bed. As it was 80 degrees that night in the un-airconditioned room, having a top sheet rather than having to use the heavy duvet for a blanket was a godsend. It was an easy 85 in the 3rd floor bathroom. That was a trial. The bathroom had been completely redone, and was both spacious and lovely. This place is not worth the money, sorry to say. And that female manager with shoulder length hair needs some customer service training.

    4
    « Lovely hotel. Staff very helpful and food very nice. Lovely garden with nice seating. »

    I was there with a bus tour so we were out all day. Only drawback was there was nothing to do at night, except eat and drink (which is not a hardship). Very hand for a lovely trip to Broadway and Bourton on the Water and also Warwick Castle which is great for all ages.

    5
    « Pleasant stay »

    Hotel is lovely we weren't in the main building but the rooms were still very nice and not just "motel" type rooms, they still had character. All the staff we met were very helpful. Breakfast was great and well organised. The only downside is the distance of the hotel from Stratford-upon-avon.

    4
    « Great Couples Escape »

    We stayed for one night in the Henry VIII room. Albeit a little dated the room was tidy, comfortable and well kept. We sat in the rear garden for our afternoon Tea and were extremely impressed with both the meal and the surroundings. Breakfast was fantastic with a cooked to order Full English and a well stocked cold-buffet. We would definitely recommend.

    5
    « Fantastic Stay »

    We booked the weekend via a deal to include two nights bed and breakfast, champagne afternoon tea and tickets to Warwick castle. Due to availability we had to upgrade to secure the booking. We were not disappointed at all, the room ( Anne Boleyn) was lovely and worth the upgrade of £10 charged. We arrived after an arduous journey to be greeted by a very helpful, friendly receptionist resulting in a seamless check-in. We had an amazing afternoon tea sat in the conservatory. Throughout the weekend the service was friendly and efficient with nothing too much trouble. The drink prices in the bar are reasonable, the food delicious and the surroundings beautiful, even the weather did not spoil the weekend. Often when a trip is booked at a discounted rate, as guests, you are made to feel that you are not paying the full price and can be treated differently to other guests but in no way were we treated any differently . We had a brilliant weekend and would stay again. Definitely recommended.

    5
    « Overnight stay »

    Our 13year old grandson was having a super-car driving experience at nearby Throgmorton and we booked into this hotel for a night's stay. What a wonderful experience. The hotel appears to be a large old Manor house with attendant buildings and dates back to 1622 (according to the stone over the front door). There is not a square wall in the hotel and the upstairs floors are similarly quaint. There did appear to be grounds but we did not have time to explore them. The hotel is immaculate and the staff are helpful and attentive. The breakfast was good, with a choice of continental or English; we booked full breakfasts when we booked the room and we would recommend this. A very enjoyable and far too short a stay.

    3
    « Picturesque but disappointing »

    Lovely setting and grounds. Rooms in main building were full of old character, but creepy and in need of some updating. We moved to room in 'coach house'/annex which was much brighter, but again in need of maintenance and a thorough clean! Wall lights had 4 mismatched odd bare bulbs, not all working, but covered in cobwebs. Bed had a valance for some reason - it was dirty, old and stained, as were the walls. Alex Polizzi would have a field day!! Black grout in bathroom is never a good sign either. For what we paid, a Premier Inn would have offered better value and standards. As an ex-hotel manager, it was clear that rooms were not checked. Reception staff did not know the rooms at all - how can you sell a room that you have never seen? Their excuse was to tell us there was no point in learning about the rooms, as they were constantly being changed. The ones we saw had not been changed in years!! Staff courtesy was mixed, some service was good, some was downright rude! Bar was inadequately staffed and closed at random times. Breakfast was adequate but not amazing quality or quantity. Overall, not good value for money, better options out there unless you have to stay here. And unless you are a wedding guest, do not stay when a wedding is taking place. Extremely loud and noisy, with no way to avoid it. Place is badly laid out to hold a wedding, without involving all downstairs areas of hotel and grounds.

    3
    « Lovely hotel noisy guests »

    We arrived to stay on a Friday night in August. The hotel was quiet on check in around 5pm ish. We booked 2 rooms and they were together as requested and made up into a double and twin again as per request. We had the Sir Thomas room and William Shakespeare room (30 and 31) which were situated across from the main hotel in the courtyard. The rooms were lovely inside. We booked into the main restaurant for dinner and had the 2 courses for 21.95 plus a kids menu. The food was lovely and all enjoyed it. We then had drinks in the conservatory which was also nice. The hotel was fairly quiet but looked like they were preparing for a wedding on Saturday. My only problem with the hotel were the noisy guests above who kept walking around at midnight and then again woke me up at 5am so not a great nights sleep ( no fault of the hotel) I also couldn't locate a hairdryer but this wasn't an issue as I had brought my travel one.

  • 5
    « Fantastic 2 nights stay »

    From the approach up the driveway we were impressed with this place. The staff were very friendly and helpful, the room was clean and overlooked the beautiful garden. Breakfast was lovely with lots of choices of tasty pastries, fruit, cereals and a full english cooked exactly how you like it. I literally couldn't find any fault with the whole place. I would highly recommend staying here.

    5
    « Wedding day fun »

    Great venue. Food was excellent and excellent service .Couldn't fault anything on the day. Would recommend Emily as the planner. She did a wonderful job. Only slight downside was the full English was a bit on the miserly side in the morning but that might just be me being greedy and hungover.

    3
    « A charming 14 th century hotel full of character. Excellent value! »

    I almost didn't book this hotel after reading some of the reviews. I am pleased that I did . It is a charming place. Full of tales and history . It is a fascinating Tudor manor almost unchanged by time. Located on the Warwickshire/Worcestershire borders close to Stratford-upon-Avon. The hotel is Grade I listed and lies in the Vale of Evesham and half-an-hour from the lovely Cotswolds and Shakespeare country. The hall was originally built as a guest residence for the monks of nearby Evesham Abbey, it features lovely inglenook fireplaces, oak beams and wood panelling. . There are 36 bedrooms and seems to be cery busy with wedding parties . The hotel is licensed for civil ceremonies is plenty of free car parking. The menu is reasonably priced as well as a bar snacks menu which we tried. The welcoming bar is siruated to the right of the entrance in the oldest part of the building . We were warmly welcomed and given an interesting leaflet destcribing the history of Salford Hall. There is a Priest's hole next to room 9 . This was to allow the Priests to escape . During the 16 th century, King Henry V111 broke away from the Catholic church and sent his men to dissolve the various monastries . The monks and priests had to flee for their lives . Summing up the hotel is ideal as a base to explore the surrounding areas . Stratford on Avon ( Shakespeare country) The beautifful Cotswolds ,pretty villages ,full of quaint old stone buildings . Broadway is one of the prettiest villages. Next time we will vusit the famous Cotswolds Farm run by Adam Henson as seen on BBC's ' Countryfile' programme. Warwick castle, a 20 minute drive from Salford Hall provides a wonderful family day out with many events such as jousting, falconry display and much more! We visited the town of Warwick too which was very enjoyable. Old cobblestone streets and olde worlde shops. Summing up, the hotel staff are very friendly. The room was very nice. The crisp white linen sheets were welcomed. The hotel lacks overall supervision. Small things ,such as cobwebs here and there, The shower in our room (16) was weak and inadequate to have a proper shower. A simple addition if a pump would solve this. Sticky vinegar bottles and condiment containers in the bar are unnecessary. Whilst this didnt affect our stay it would be nice if they would rectify these issues. Would we go back? Yes ,definitely !

    2
    « Great setting but poor delivery »

    We arrived early and sat in the garden for two hours even though our rooms were ready, nobody came to us or welcomed us. We got the bargain deal and the bargain rooms at the top of the hotel and there is no lift. The room was clean but had a constant drone the cold tap would not turn on and the shower was either boiling or freezing. The mattress was so soft we could not get comfortable. Looks good but does not deliver.

    4
    « First stay at this hotel »

    Very pleasant stay at this hotel, used for one night. Did not try the restaurant however the full English breakfast in the morning was very good. We thought the pillows could be more comfortable although this did not spoil our sleep overall as the bed itself was very comfortable.

    3
    « A stop over in the Cotswolds »

    A late booking for a nights stay while in the Cotswolds. We were well received and looked after room was OK bathroom good cleanliness not quite A1. The food is OK but not memorable but for the outlay good value for momey

    4
    « A risk worth taking...thank you! »

    This booking was a special Best Western offer, one of those where you think "at that price we can't go wrong", and we were very pleasantly surprised. The welcome at reception was good, the lobby and bar area very welcoming, we thought. Enjoyed dinner and breakfast here, plus the well kept grounds and garden, with tables on the terrace outside the bar. There is no lift and the stairs are a bit twisty with your cases, but it is an old building and we can put up with that. We will return.

    5
    « Fab Break whilst at The Gam Fair »

    This was our second stay and we enjoyed it just as much lovely room fab food and great staff not to mention the very pleasant Gardens we were able to sit outside and enjoy our aperitif before dinner. Recommend the steaks they were cooked to perfection. Thank you to Dan our waiter and the knowledgeable barman Nigel.

    5
    « Anniversary stay »

    we stayed here for our 6th wedding anniversary through a Wowcher dealing with Warwick castle tickets. upon arrival we were very happy with the look of the outside and it just got better from there.check in was simple and friendly. We had afternoon tea and my wife loved the prosecco, cakes and sandwiches that much I didn't get a look in. then while we were sitting there the bar manager came over (whose name I am sorry eludes me) and told us the history and ghos stories of the Hall, and gave us some interesting material to read through, we explored and found all sorts of history within the building. the atmosphere here is really good at quieter times and when busier, it was a full hotel but never felt cramped. everyone just seemed relaxed and this showed on the night, a huge room and I mean huge (each one is different) and newly fitted or looks it bathroom. we slept so well with no interuptions. so well we missed breakfast. but the restaurant looks lovely to. we highly recommend this hotel to anyone for a night or more break if your looking to chill out away from life. thanks to the team and the bar manager who was a great example to the business. well done

    4
    « Leisure break »

    This is a lovely old hotel - it even has a priest hole. The staff are helpful and the food is good in the bar or restaurant. It is situated in the countryside so is in a quiet location. However it is also within easy driving distance of many attractions from gardens to stately homes and towns so is a good spot for days out. Its prices are also very reasonable.

  • 3
    « Sunday lunch »

    Popped in here for Sunday lunch a few weeks ago and had a pleasant experience. Nothing too fancy but reasonably good food and a competitive price. Nice oldie woldy Hotel with a nice atmosphere. Not outstanding but would probably visit again.

    5
    « History and hospitality at Salford Hall »

    We stayed here for a two night break at the end of July and had a fabulous time. Parts of the hotel date back to the 15th century with many original features remaining, including a Priest Hole next to room 9. The downside to all this history is there are no lifts and some narrow staircases to navigate, though that wasn't a problem for us. The staff were welcoming and moved us from our original room, 25 in the stable block, to 11 in the main building without any problems for our second night as we found the first room too hot. Hot breakfasts were individually cooked rather than a buffet, which was a bonus, and bar meals were reasonably priced and of good quality. As others have mentioned, the hotel does need some investment. The tennis court would breach the trades descriptions act as it is in such poor condition and the four poster bed in room 25 was creaky with a lumpy mattress - not really the stuff of romance. However, this hotel has bags of charm, presented excellent value for money and we would not hesitate to take a short break here again.

    5
    « Fabulous two night stay »

    Booked this via a Wowcher deal for our first wedding anniversary. Fabulous tudor mansion hotel. All staff were friendly and welcoming. We enjoyed an afternoon tea on our first afternoon in the conservatory which was nice. In the evening we visited the restaurant and the meal (lamb rump) was to die for. The rooms were good considering the age of the building and all had character. This is a gem of a hotel and I shall be recommending it to family & friends and won't hesitate to revisit ourselves.

    5
    « A wowcher deal »

    Wow what can I say. Stayed in the Queen Anne room and felt like a celebrity. Very spacious comfortable room. Lovely cosy bar. Had a champagne tea in the conservatory. The grounds were lovely for a stroll. Would definitely stay again. Good breakfast.

    4
    « Incredible charachter, good value »

    Our two night stay in mid-July was really very good indeed, and only a coupe of minor quibbles with the bedroom stops me rating this as excellent. It is hard to believe that the other reviews of the same weekend posted here are of the same place. The public rooms in this pre-Tudor building (hardly the place one might expect to find a lift) all have wonderful character and ambulance. The staff were most friendly and helpful at all times, the service of bar snacks and (excellent) breakfasts speedy and courteous, the gardens are beautiful, and our bedroom in the stable block represented both comfort and very good value for the price charged. The hotel is also on what Is now a very quiet road, so the peace and tranquillity were amazing, And so very convenient for visiting Evesham and Stratford. Do that not expect a modern, perpendicular, anti septic, formulaic rabbit hutch, nor 5 star luxury, this is amazing history at an affordable price, but yes, it does need a little TLC in places.

    5
    « Thursday is steak night! »

    If you want to stay somewhere full of character and history then this is for you! Lovely garden (green woodpecker and baby wrens) and small pond make this somewhere to relax in with a drink and enjoy the sunshine. Bags of old architecture - beams, priest hole, coats of arms, old bell, stained glass windows but as you can imagine a place with this age is difficult to maintain. We had a comfortable room on 2nd floor in the old part of the hall. If climbing uneven stairs is a problem make sure you mention this when booking as there are easily accessible rooms too. Bathroom very well appointed. We were lucky that it was a Thursday because it was steak night. 2 rump steaks and trimmings with a bottle of house wine for £25. Delicious and excellent value. Excellent breakfast - good choice of menu. Staff were friendly and would certainly stay there again. Ample parking. Says that there is WIFI but signal is intermittent!

    5
    « So beautiful »

    We stayed for our Silver Wedding anniversary. Wonderful four-poster room, stunning bathroom and brilliant staff. Bar food and restaurant food was superb value and quality. Highly recommended. We will be back

    5
    « Very pleasant one night stay. »

    This is a lovely old Tudor - Elizabethan hotel with plenty of charm and character (even a cunningly disguised priest hole!) and unlike some 'old' hotels not tired and in need of tlc! Lovely garden and grounds in a quiet rural location. Friendly, helpful staff provide a warm welcome and helped make the stay very pleasant. We came back from looking round a busy Stratford to eat an excellent bar snack in the tranquil conservatory surroundings. Our room (#1 in the original Tudor part of the main building) was spacious and well appointed - period style bureau, comfy armchairs and table, dressing table etc. although over the bar at the front of the building there was some slight sound at times from below this really was not too intrusive. All in all a great one night stay on the way to Somerset.

    2
    « Don't go there for a function. »

    Great location in the countryside with nice grounds. Went today Sunday with a party of people from our classic car club - 30 of us for lunch. Having climbed up to the Gods to the function room - no bar service you have to go all the way back downstairs to the bar and carry your own drinks up. Then if you are a lady and need the loo during the proceedings prepare for yet another mountaineering job to get to the ladies. We went to day for a Sunday Lunch outing with our classic car club. Very mediocre - melon starter very tired - three cubes of melon rolling around on a plate with one very tired looking strawberry. The roast beef was towards the overdone and quite chewey - roast potatoes should have been more browned and crispy at the edges but they weren't, veg so so - desserts standard Brake Brothers. Staff were ok but not over helpful or friendly and not well trained/organised. I cannot comment on the accommodations here or standard restaurant service if there is only 2 or 4 of you. I wish somebody could tell me why, oh why so many Hotels just cannot do a great job for functions of numbers 20 and upwards???

    3
    « Sunday lunch »

    Nice old property, a Best Western Member, but in need of major upgrades, no lift to upper floors to function room for our older guests at this lunch. Carpets on stairs/steeps thread bare in a number of places, food very average, best part was the roll and butter, could do better, coffee not that good either, service slow and poor, had to go down stairs to get drinks. Outside nice open grass spaces, a tennis court that is well tiered, whole place needs a big up grade. Parking quite good, not sure about accommodation, as did not use it.

  • 2
    « Medieval building used as a hotel »

    We were very disappointed with this building. The stairs to the room are almost impossible to climb with a suitcase, the wooden floors are creacking so much that you rather sit quietly on your chair and there are spider webs in every corner of the room and the bathroom. We would rather have stayed in Stratford even if it was more expensive. This hotel is more than 10miles from Stratford.

    5
    « This place was amazing! »

    We only stayed one night and I want to go back! Really affordable place with comfy rooms and a nice modern bathroom. The staff were lovely and helpful! Loved that it had Tudor roots to it and that the rooms were named after real people! It gave it a nice touch. It was a peaceful place and I enjoyed every minute of my time there!

    3
    « Sleepless in Salford Hall »

    Despite booking a superior room, my drab room looked nothing like the magnificent rooms pictured on the website. Instead our room was grossly overheated due to a fault with the hotel boiler adjacent to our room, leading to a poor night's sleep. Remarkably, there was no electric shaver point in the bathroom so I had to borrow a plug adapter from reception in order to use my mains operated electric shaver. The restaurant served good quality food but service was marred by a loud voiced waitress who over used a joke about not serving dessert to anyone who did not finish their main course - funny for the first few minutes but not when sustained all evening... Not my best hotel stay this year.

    5
    « Classis venue »

    Excellent venue. Stayed in the courtyard - very quiet but a large room with no less than 3 chairs!. Evening meal taken in Conservatory which again was bright and airy. Well trained friendly staff and food at reasonable prices too.

    2
    « Overpriced poor quality »

    Have been a couple of times with family and have been underwhelmed each time. Visited on Father's Day and the dining room hit an all time low. Left feeling overcharged for what we got - poor meal made with cheap ingredients. Set menu included a salad which was mostly stalk from a baby gem lettuce (cheap produce) with a couple of bite size pieces of chicken. The beef in the main course must have come from an animal that died of old age before being overcooked to resemble a shoe sole. The kitchen badly let down the waiting staff who were pleasant and the only reason I didn't go for one star. The building is lovely and quirky but don't expect a fine dining experience or even a good one.

    2
    « Poor Father's Day meal »

    Having been several times including daughter' wedding reception had very poor lunch for Father's Day. Staff friendly but quality of food not up to standard. Chicken Caesar salad very poor with minute portion of chicken. Asked for rare/ medium beef. Presented with very overdone tough meat. Vegetables good and adequate. Puddings ok.

    5
    « Shakespeare's Country »

    My husband and I had a great overnight stay here. We had managed to book early enough to get a great deal. The staff were all very welcoming and helpful. The only problems that we had was the weather and also the fact that we never saw any of the ghosts which are reputed to haunt the hotel.

    5
    « Wonderful stay »

    Booked to stay here for a night way back in their Winter sale. The hotel is packed full of history and character and is beautiful and imposing as you approach it. The reception is large and welcoming and the bar area is cozy with a large garden. Our room was number 12, a dual aspect suite with a huge four poster bed, sitting area and television. The views from both leaded light windows were of sweeping grounds and more of the hotel property, very scenic. The bathroom was large and well equipped with huge bath, his and hers sinks and a nice overhead shower. The bed was comfortable and the room was warm (in fact, too warm in the middle of the night - we should've adjusted the radiators!). Our sleep was a little disturbed, though only due to a lack of stoicism when finding out the hotel was allegedly haunted - (we later found out our room was purportedly a centre for lots of paranormal happenings!) Anyhow, we had a delicious continental and full English breakfast the next morning with plenty of coffee and juice to perk us up. We'd definitely stay again, despite our fears of the possible extra occupants at night!

    5
    « One Night Stay »

    My wife got a great deal on this hotel - used it as a stop over on the way to the south of England - what a difference from the usual roadside lodges that we normally use. We were in the stable block - ground floor room was large and comfortable, the bathroom had a bath and shower over the bath. Will definitely be adding the Salford Hall Hotel to my favourite list - possibly staying for a longer vacation and explore everything that Stratford has to offer.

    4
    « A hotel close to Stratford »

    The hotel is about 10 miles out of Stratford. The roads in are easy and quick, parking when we went, during the week in June, was easy and reasonably priced. Best Western Hotels are always a bit different, but we found the pot holes in the drive and the extremely creaky floorboards a bit more quirky than normal. The staff though were extremely good and the breakfast freshly cooked and excellent.

  • 5
    « Super Value »

    Stayed one night through Wowcher deal - excellent value and very friendly staff, especially the girls on reception (Jessica & Beth??) and the Bar Man (sorry, don't know name) the meals we had were excellent quality, fresh and hot. Afternoon tea was ok...not great but ok. The room was very quirky with sloping floor and creaking floorboards adding to the 'haunted' ambience! One upset - nothing to do with the hotel or staff - is that someone thought it ok to leave their dirty room order plates right outside our bedroom door in the evening - how rude!

    5
    « The best,best western hotel »

    Fantastic historical hotel,truly beautiful on the inside and outside.Fantastic food served and lovely staff.Ideal for visiting the Cotswolds whilst staying in a 15th century building oozing with great history and charm!Very clean with very modern en suite and a huge room to stay in with a massive 4posterbed!Will definatly recommend a stay here and can't wait to stay here again myself!I fell in love with the building!

    4
    « Great Stay »

    Stayed for two nights at the Salford Hall Hotel. Our room was in the stable block facing the hotel which initially we felt disappointed, however when we arrived at the room it was fine with a small staircase up to a lovely modern bathroom in the roof space. We had a lovely view of the house. The mattress was another matter definitely needed to be replaced which was noted when we informed reception when we checked out. Breakfast was ok the first morning but much better on our second day and a good choice. Hot dishes are cooked to order but didn't have to wait long. There is a small garden area and seating at the side and we enjoyed a bottle of wine in the garden. Lovely old house dating from 1600's and there is plenty of parking. We would stay here again as it is a lovely location and plenty of things in the area to see.

    5
    « Couldn't have been happier »

    We visited on a Sunday evening to stay over, had afternoon cream tea, a three course meal and spent time in different areas of the hotel so in a position to review it as a whole. We couldn't fault the place, beautiful building with a tale to tell, great service, lovely food. We'll be back again!

    4
    « Salford Hall »

    The hotel exceeded my expectations, beautiful surroundings would definitely visit again. Very friendly staff in both the restaurant and bar area, beautiful gardens to take tea or just sit in. Rooms where very clean and tidy, although some rooms would not be disabled friendly.

    5
    « Beautiful hotel with helpful friendly staff »

    I booked an online deal for a nights stay at Salford Hall for my boyfriends birthday. The outside of the building makes a huge impression as you drive up to the hotel and the inside doesn't disappoint with its quirky features. Our room (number 20) was spacious, well equipped and clean. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly and no request was too much trouble! We had afternoon tea shortly after we arrived in the conservatory which was delicious and plenty for two. We didn't eat in the restaurant but drove into Stratford-upon-Avon which was approximately 20 minutes from the hotel. There was a huge selection on offer for breakfast and we ordered what we wanted cooked so it was fresh. Loved our stay at this fabulous hotel and were sad to have to leave. Would definitely recommend this place and will be certain to return in the future!

    5
    « Living social voucher »

    Impulse buy on living social but defiantly well worth the Impulse. Lovely hotel and the staff were brilliant and very friendly. Stayed in room 32 and it was lovely room and en suite. Food in the rsturant was perfect would recommend asparagus and feta tart. Lovely setting and will definitely be returning

    4
    « Lovely but lacking »

    Two day living social deal. The whole package was most enjoyable in this lovely building from 1602. Afternoon tea in the patio garden idyllic. It was just little things that detracted from the excellent status. Isolated in its own grounds the onsite catering is very good but limited. Ideal for weddings and suited my needs on this occasion but local amenities are few and far between.

    5
    « Idyllic hotel, delightful staff, contented dog »

    We arrived at 1300 and then realised from a notice on reception that you can check in from 1500. "That's no problem," said the delightful receptionist, "let me see if your room is ready. If it's not you can leave your bags there by all means. You're staying in Room 25 and here's your key....here's how you get there." Very helpful and efficient. We left our bags there and went to Charlecote Park, an overpriced (£7.05) National Trust parkland a few miles away but s good scenic couple of hours by the Avon. We returned to our room early evening to find it fully made. It was a spacious Tudor beamed room with a modern mock Tudor four poster bed with accompanying dove tail jointed furniture. The ensuite facilities were up a little staircase deep carpeted. All of the expected usuals were present and I read in the guide that free services like dental kit were available from reception. That evening we ate in. Service was excellent with delightful waiting staff. Complementary bread was provided - nice touch - and I had a calamari starter and my wife had an asparagus and goat's cheese tart. I have allergies to cream, alcohol and various other sinusitis trigger foods and found the waitress very attentive to my queries about the menu ingredients. I wasn't expecting the calamari to come on a bed of mayonnaise and would have preferred it on the side as it has been known to cause a sinus attack. However luckily I managed to scrap the worst of it off. For main course we each chose seabass on a bed of fennel mash and a bowl of assorted veg to share. The fish was expertly cooked - succulent yet firm and not oily. The fennel mash had an excellent flavour - and gave me an idea to do it at home. With a glass of Chardonnay the dinner bill was £47.00 - competitively priced. After dinner to bed in a very comfortable bed though we slept with the window open as the room seemed quite warm - the heat we think was underfloor heating. Breakfast was fine - help yourself to cereal, fruit, juice and toast and a good selection of cooked foods. We each went for a full English and it was perfectly acceptable - not large but adequate. I'm leased to say Wilkins of Tiptree jams were the order of the day - the best! The coffee was excellent - two cups from what appeared to be a thermal cafetière and a pot of tea delivering two cups. For both dinner and breakfast we sat where we liked. On our final morning after breakfast we sat in the tranquil and airy conservatory reading the hotel's papers - the Daily Mail and The Sun. The bar was cosy and the gardens of the hotel very well kept with excellently maintained herb containers, one in memory to a former chef. Our room was in the coach house section of the hotel rather than the main building which allowed us a short walk to the hotel for meals. On our second night we decided to eat out at the excellent Fish at Wixford - see my review. Thus hotel is ideally placed for Stratford Upon Avon where we spent an entire day and also Hidcote Gardens - the best NT gardens we've been to. We would gladly stay at this hotel again.

    5
    « Fantastic »

    A quirky, quaint hotel with friendly staff and good food. We had no problems, the exact opposite - nothing was too much trouble for the staff. Highly recommended for a couples get away, great location for exploring the Cotswolds.

  • 4
    « Old English hotel »

    Stayed in for a night whilst visiting the local area. Absolutely stunning building, beautiful architecture with lots of old features. We had afternoon tea in the conservatory, which was a lovely airy area with a water fountain. Afternoon tea is highly recommended, lovely sandwiches, scones and cake. Our room was in the building opposite the main hotel and again had lovely period features. The bathroom was large and clean. We had dinner in the hotel bar, unfortunately had to wait quite a while to be served, but the food was delicious. The only negative to our stay was the noisy people in the room above us.

    4
    « Charatcterfull »

    Stayed here on a business trip and it couldn't be any further from a business concrete block and that's a good thing. The exterior was very attractive and set in lovely grounds and in a nice part of the country. The bedroom was large and full of character with old beams and lead Windows, I liked it but age does mean the floor boards creek etc nothing that would bother me. The breakfast was ok but small portions on the hot food. The food in the bar was good and the burger looked like the best option from what I saw. The staff were friendly and the hotel has free wifi. A very pleasant staff and I would stay there again.

    5
    « Wonderful medieval building »

    This is a great setting in a good and quiet location. The staff were polite, friendly, professional and helpful. The food in the restaurant was excellent for both breakfast and dinner. Definitely worth a visit if you want a quiet place to stay

    5
    « Brilliant »

    Stayed for a wedding and I would have to say wow. What a great venue and great staff. It was one of the best weddings I have ever been too. Well done. Would recommend it 100% every time. Ps loved the Timothy Taylor's also the rooms are great and I would go back every Time

    5
    « Living Social Voucher »

    Had a Livingsocial Voucher for the Hotel, B&B, afternoon Tea, and Tickets to Warwick Castle. Can't fault this Hotel, Staff very helpfull, room, (21), clean & tidy, good nights sleep, fast WIFI in the room and throughout the Hotel,food very good, had a meal in the bar. Can definatly recomend this hotel.

    4
    « Lovely hotel but it's not in Stratford-Upon-Avon »

    Had a 2nt break here in order to visit the Shakespeare houses and gardens. I feel slightly misled by Best Western who list this hotel as their Stratford-Upon-Avon property. It is NOT in Stratford-Upon-Avon, it is in Evesham, so about a fifteen minute drive to the Park and Ride where you catch the bus to Stratford-Upon -Avon. It's not worth driving all the way there as there is limited and very expensive parking in the town. HOWEVER, if this isn't a problem for you then this hotel is a lovely place to stay. Very old with lots of interesting history and in a nice setting in the countryside, so very peaceful. The staff are very nice, friendly and helpful. We ate in the hotel restaurant one evening and were most impressed with the quality of the food and would recommend. Breakfast was also very good. It's nice to eat breakfast in the conservatory as it is sunny and MUCH quieter than the restaurant which although peaceful at dinner seemed very hectic at breakfast. The hot breakfasts are cooked to order so only the cold stuff is on the buffet. We had room 12 which was very period with wonky floors, large stone fireplace, leaded windows with a nice view and a four poster bed (what is the point of those?) We had a very nice stay here actually as long as you know you're not in Stratford-Upon-Avon!

    5
    « Tudor Luxury in Shakespeare's Country »

    Stayed here for 3 nights while visiting the Malvern Show. Stayed in the Courtyard House with a Four Poster Bed. Food was fantastic with staff who did all they could to satisfy your needs. I will look out to stay here whenever in the area.

    5
    « Excellent »

    Beautiful venue, wonderful rooms, friendly staff and great location. What more could you ask for? My husband and I stayed here for one night only but will be back for longer. As a short stay it was wonderful but too short!

    5
    « wedding »

    What a beautiful place building and grounds ! Had a 2 night stay with a wedding party food brill bar breakfast and wedding . Staff very attentive and bent over backwards to help all times day or night big Thank you to Dan the bar man, Scotty Katherine and our Mr Lucy . Unforgettable stay with the history of the hall and the ease and welcoming we were all made to feel .Well done and thank you for a fab weekend

    5
    « Excellent stay, staff brilliant, good food, interesting history »

    Having read the reviews, we were not sure what to expect. Check in was quick and easy. Our room was huge with a beautiful modern bathroom. We took advantage of the steak dinner offer, 25 pounds for 2 steaks and a bottle of wine. Food was excellent and house wine totally acceptable. Breakfast next morning was very good with plenty of choice. Staff were all very friendly and efficient especially Dan, the barman who excelled. We didn't experience a lot of the negatives other people had according to their reviews. Our stay was excellent in every respect.

  • 4
    « Great location, but a few niggles. »

    Stayed here for 3 nights with my wife and a group of friends, 45 in all. The hotel is in a great location and the buildings are of great historical interest. The room we had was in the main house and was quirky with creaky floors and wonky walls, but all in character for a near 400 year old building. Only real gripe was the quality of service at meal times. Not very organised and very slow at times.

    3
    « OK for what we paid »

    For what we paid it was ( we got a deal) "fair value" but had we paid a higher rate we would have been unhappy.Room was described a "superior" but not sure in what way? In older properties such as this we accept a smaller room so this in itself was not an issue but whilst I suppose it was furnished "in period" it really needed some TLC, handles missing from furniture, grubby carpets etc. The four poster bed was the creakiest bed we had ever slept in. It had been a very hot weekend and the room smelt badly of body odour either from previous occupant or the person who cleaned the room. We didn't complain, we opened the windows and bought a can of air freshener air freshener. Be aware there is no air conditioning just a small electric fan so the room did get very hot and stuffy. The hair dryer kept cutting out every 2 minutes which frustrated my wife when trying to dry her hair after a shower.There was a large group booked in during our stay and they ate in a separate dining area but delays in serving us were really unacceptable. Both mornings of our stay there were only 4 diners for breakfast in the general dining room but it took 45 minutes from ordering to receiving breakfast. One of our fellow diners complained and was told meals were prepared in the order they were received in the kitchen and we were behind the diners in the group so we had to wait our turn. We could not get a cappuccino or latte coffee as they had no machine to make these so it's just a regular coffee or a tea. We could not buy a scone only a full afternoon tea. We thought this was very inflexible. Bar meal portions were very small in comparison to those received elsewhere (including other Best Western Hotels we've stayed at). My wife had fish and chips and neither of us have ever seen such a small portion. Overall not the best hotel we've stayed at and we wouldn't book here again or recommend it to our friends. In our opinion, it needs a general overall with a lot of TLC. Even "older" properties can be sensitively brought more up to date.

    5
    « Superb stay »

    Spent a night in a four poster room in the old stables building across courtyard which was lovely and quiet. Only problem poor wifi reception in the room Had Breakfast and evening meal in the restaurant and food was of excellent quality. Bar was very cosy too, for drinks, relaxing of an evening in the leather armchairs. The Staff were very efficient and very welcoming. Will certainly stay again

    3
    « Overnight stay »

    The room we were given was quite small and dark. The bathroom was fairly clean but the bedroom was very dusty and hadn't been cleaned very well. The door to our room looked like it had been crowbarred at some point and was difficult to shut. Breakfast was not great. We got there halfway through service to find not very much left on the buffet. We had to ask for bread etc. We waited ages to order tea and coffee and our cooked breakfast took an age to arrive. We stayed on a Tesco clubcard voucher so didn't feel we could say much but we would have been very disappointed had we paid full price.

    3
    « Good value »

    A little tired, check in stated 2 but couldn't get into room till 3- could tell a little rushed turnaround as carpets could done Hoover!! Spacious room but mattress thin & lumpy- def need new ones. Breakfast good but be warned if only having small selection of cooked items ask for 2 bits bacon etc - only got 1 of bits - more like kiddie cooked breakfast than adult. Bit far out from central Stratford but price paid was good value.

    3
    « A very pleasant overnight stay »

    We spent Saturday night at Salford Hall and had a decent stay. The hotel is not overpriced and probably delivers value at its price point but it is not a luxury hotel. The building is impressive and has great features but it would take a lot of money to bring the hotel up to 4 or 5 star standard. Our room was extremely hot so it was good to be able to open the windows. Dinner was good and reasonably priced and the breakfast was good. The staff were friendly enough but they perhaps need a bit more training or polish. Hard to put hand on the issue but there was a curtness on occasions.

    5
    « A Great Place to Stay »

    Our second visit - and we've booked for our third. Again a warm welcome, really friendly and efficient staff. A great big bed in an interesting and very quiet room gave a really good night's sleep. A great big delicious breakfast, freshly cooked and nicely served. And a very friendly atmosphere in the bar when we got back from the theatre. The hotel may seem a long way out from Stratford if you're going to the theatre, but it's only about 20 minutes from the central car parks - and you get a wonderful location and a friendly face when you get back to the hotel. A hotel of character in a historic and beautiful house. Worth the trip just for the hotel!

    4
    « Lovely »

    We stayed here last year but had a few problems. Certainly not the fault of the hotel. Other guests flooding our room. This was a free night and everyone made us incredibly welcome and looked after us brilliantly. Can't wait to go again. Thank you all so much especially Jessica.

    3
    « Neither terrible, nor excellent »

    Beautiful old building and surrounding countryside. Friendly staff. Quality of the rooms was a little shabby with slightly saggy mattress, dusty curtains and poor finish to bathroom (e.g. door painted around the existing coat hanger) Good breakfast selection although the English Breakfast low quality and tasted like supermarket value range sausages and white bread.

    1
    « Lunch visit »

    We were just passing and spotted Salford Hall Hotel from the road. The building looked amazing, so we decided to go in for lunch. A wonderful old building with lovely surroundings. There was nobody to greet us, nobody visible in reception. We spotted a young girl standing just inside the restaurant, she pointed to a display table and asked us which menu we wanted to order off, Restaurant or Bar? No explanation offered. We decided on the bar menu as this meant we could sit in the Conservatory area (the restaurant was empty). The hot chocolate was not drinkable, the side salad was limp with a dollop of dressing sitting on it. There was too much horseradish in the beef sandwich, the pasta dish was better but too large a portion. Will not be returning.

  • 5
    « What a wonderful place »

    Came with my family , there were four of us two adults and two young children. As we approached we could see in an instant what a wonderful place this was and what delights were going to greet us and we weren't wrong. From The movement we entered to check in the staff were amazing and helpful , the building itself full of character .. we stayed in a block away from the main room in a family room that was huge and had plenty of space for another family not just us. The beds were comfortable and clean as was the room including the large shower/ toilet room , it was lovely and warm too. The place was peaceful so we all had a great nights sleep. The breakfast we had was great and all freshly cooked which was nice as most places just leave under heat lamps. The only downside was that we had to leave .. A lovely warm peaceful and welcoming place , we can't wait to visit again.

    5
    « Beautifully historic »

    My parents stayed the night and were so impressed I decided to write this on their behalf. Gorgeous location, couldn't fault the staff warm friendly and helpful. Room was lovely and bathroom was sparklingly clean. The only fault they could fund was you had to ask for information on history of the building, there was nothing in their room or anywhere else to hand. Having read the stapled hand out they brought away with them I agree better use could be made of it.

    4
    « Lovely break at this hotel »

    A nice welcome , help with suitcase , no lift , interesting building plenty of history .. A three night break , breakfast good , soya milk was available , so was cheese on toast , not on the menu but I asked . Fruit was dressed in orange juice , I prefer fresh fruit without the sugar .. But overall a very nice breakfast . Would like to try dinner next time it looked good .. All staff friendly You need transport as you are in a quiet location , I don't know about buses or taxies Easy access by car to Stratford on Avon , Evesham , Alcester , Cotswolds , warwick castle , and within a mile away there is hillers farm shop , which is also a nice place for a coffee and a light lunch .. Good pubs close by to ... Had attic room , bed a bit uncomfortable , but slept well .. Nice room though ,very relaxing and the windows open which I like ... No ghost seen ... Yes I will return it was a very nice stay .. And say hello to Khol !!! The gardeners dog , he likes is breakfast to ...

    4
    « Peaceful night away. »

    We came here for one night to do a bit of exploring near by and to go to Warwick Castle. We had a stay in one of the annex rooms, nice cosy room with a large tv! We had all we needed with tea and coffee supplies(biscuits as well). We had a sparkling afternoon tea on the day of our arrival as part of a deal booked. The cakes on offer were ok but the scones were very yummy. We also ate in the restaurant on the evening. The food was nice but the description on the menu wasn't too clear. My husband had the salmon and chinese vegetables but it didn't come with any carbs which was a bit odd. Breakfast was very good with plenty of choice and asking for a veggie breakfast was no trouble. The staff were really helpful and friendly. We enjoyed our stay and would visit again. Overall a a really enjoyable couple of days.

    4
    « Very good stay for a good price. »

    Stayed for two nights in January and three nights in April. Pleasant, comfortable hotel, professional, friendly staff, good bar meals in clean comfortable rooms. Price was particularly competitive in a lovely area.

    5
    « Full of Character »

    Excellent very old hotel full of character. Very good value at special offer prices. We had a comfortable Superior room with exposed beams and four poster across the courtyard from the main building. Breakfast excellent and other meals not overpriced. Most rooms in the annex look out into the courtyard with views of the main building. Ideal location in open countryside but near to major roads for travelling.

    4
    « LOVELY SETTING »

    Just spent three nights at this hotel, lovely setting with lots of character. Convenient for Stratford upon Avon. Lovely bathroom but the bed could have been more comfortable although it was huge! Very good breakfast and super bar food. All staff very polite and helpful. Disappointed we didn't see a ghost!!!

    5
    « Unusual place to stay »

    Spent 2 nights here and it was very comfortable and clean. The breakfast was very tasty with a vast choice.Driving down the drive you imagine you are staying in a stately home not a Best Western hotel.Never stayed in anything like this before.

    5
    « A Great Place to Stay near Stratford on Avon »

    A very good hotel if you are near Strafford. The rooms can be a little quirky but all in all the whole experience was excellent. The food for both Dinner and Breakfast was varied and good value. The hotel runs a number of deals which makes it excellent value for money. Thi9s was our second stay and we will stay again.

    4
    « Fabulous Hotel With Lots of Character!!! »

    Stayed for 1 Night - the Hotel is lovely & Staff very efficient!! Beautiful Surroundings!! Very Comfortable & Quiet Location. Food is excellent & nothing too much trouble !! Would definitely recommend it for business or leisure!!

  • 5
    « Hotel stay »

    Our stay at the Best Western Salford Hall hotel, was very enjoyable, the rooms were clean, warm and welcoming. Staff were all very polite and friendly, breakfast and service was very good. Although the weather was not good to view the grounds, you could see they were well maintained and looked lovey. We would stay there again.

    4
    « relaxing »

    My daughter and I stayed here for two nights as we wanted to visit places nearby. The staff at reception went out of their way to help us decide where to go giving us clear directions. The room was an odd shape - rectangular- but very warm and was plenty big enough for us. We ate in both nights finding both the bar and the restaurant of a very good standard. I would return to this hotel again!

    5
    « Brilliant »

    This is our second visit here and virtually every other hotel I've stayed in could learn a lot from this place. The hall is very impressive on approach and the welcome was warm and friendly. Check in was painless. Reception is, again, impressive, with stunning portraits of royals that seem to be almost alive. We were in room 12, which has a 4 poster and is lovely and olde worlde, a good size and a very comfy bed. A large flat screen tv and wifi brings it up to date, along with the lovely modern bathroom which was probably one of the best bathrooms we've ever had in a hotel. The bar is small by nice and cosy and there's a lovely fire in the big fireplace in reception, where you can sit and chill or read if you wish. The breakfast was good, with the continental side being self serve and the cooked side to order. I had a full breakfast with veggy sausages - no issue there and no being told they're a "specialist diet" item. Everything was cooked very nicely and efficiently. The newspaper we'd ordered was at reception for us - they didn't put a foot wrong and I can't praise them highly enough. Lucy deserves a special mention I think - she checked us in, served us at the bar, stoked up the fire, all while looking after reception and being very friendly and helpful. The stay here has made me realise that while in a hotel, their job should be to make your life as stress free and happy as possible. Salford Hall has managed that and is possibly the only hotel we've stayed at that has. Well done!

    4
    « Character hotel with good food »

    Stopped 2 nights whilst on business in area. Was upgraded to four poster room which was clean and had comfy bed. Food in bar was excellent and so was the service. Would happily recommend this hotel and would return for business and leisure

    4
    « A reasonably priced hotel »

    We stayed here with family on an overnight stay whilst visiting Strat,ford and the Cotswolds. It is an historic building although we stayed in the relatively modern stable block. The rooms were pleasant and well equipped although if you are unstable on your feet advise the hotel when you book as our rooms had the en suite bathroom on the floor above. We went out for dinner but I would say that breakfast was good with a reasonable choice and service was friendly. Arguably the dining room was a bit tired but the bar was cosy.

    4
    « Lovely historic hotel »

    Had a living social deal here which included afternoon tea and tickets to Warwick castle. Friendly welcome by manager and later by 'Lucy'. Large room overlooking lovely courtyard garden. Decent afternoon tea and breakfast. House bottle of wine reasonably priced. All in all a great stay, refreshingly friendly staff, nothing was too much trouble. Thank you

    5
    « Steak night fantastic valve for money »

    You can not beat steak dinner and a bottle of wine for 2 people for £25.00. lovely staff, the food it always cooked beautifully. We will definitely come here again. You cannot beat this value for money.

    4
    « Quality an value »

    An impressive hotel with a substantial history. Situated in a lovely village, ideal for exploring the Cotswolds of Stratford. Room was clean an tidy and breakfast of good quality. Staff were very welcoming and attentive. I took advantage of a winter bed and breakfast deal for £55 for a double room which was excellent value.

    4
    « Great stay »

    Great location. Ideal for \\Cotswolds 10 prettiest villages. Tudor themed and attractive to look at. Room good size and clean with everything you'd expect. Breakfast very filling and good quality food. Restaurant did two steaks and a bottle of wine for £25 on Tuesday and Thursday and the quality surprised us for the price. Good steaks and a good wine. Need to book a table. We stayed in the annex in the Ann Bolynne suite. No noise and very comfortable.

    4
    « 30 th wedding anniversary (pearl) »

    We slept in a queen size 4 poster bed (mattress lumpy causing us to roll together. The entrance drive has a pothole which the maintenance team are due to repair. Breakfast selection (both continental and full english) very good, freshly cooked and well presented. Staff friendly and helpful. There is a problem with the fire alarm which went off at least twice during a four day stay.senior management are aware?

  • 4
    « Bank holiday night away »

    Hotel excellent, lovely food, nice staff, but check in was late by 1 hour, Annex room 19 was very noisy the upper floor was not sound proof, radiator in bathroom was not working, but for the price very good value.

    3
    « Disappointing »

    Spent two nights here with my daughter and son-in-law. The hotel building is lovely with great potential that is not being realised. However the room in in the main hotel had a very uncomfortable mattress and the room in the Tudor Court annex smelled peculiar, rather like BO. Even an open window did nothing to alleviate it. This room also had a door to the adjoining room, and you could hear every word and sound from next door. The bathrooms were very clean and modern, but the water pressure in the showers was sad. The bar food was poor and the restaurant mediocre. The staff were friendly and very pleasant, but seemed to be expected to cover several positions. We would not stay here again.

    5
    « Lovely old hotel »

    Comfortable bed, clean room, quiet country location in a character property, good breakfast included smoked salmon and scrambled eggs. Enjoyed duck and a good wine for dinner, plus a drink or two in the bar. Staff helpful and friendly.

    4
    « Lovely short stay »

    We had a lovely overnight stay at the hotel. The staff were fantastic and the hotel itself was impressive. The evening meal in the restaurant was of good quality and the staff were very helpful. The breakfast was of good quality and plenty of it. An enjoyable stay which we would recommend.

    5
    « Our hotel experience »

    One of the most comfortable hotels we have been in staff extremely helpful.location perfect with plenty of interesting places to visit.The hotel is situated in beautiful countryside with plenty of rural walks.

    4
    « Lovely Hotel »

    A lovely hotel, the food was excellent, great staff, shame about the annex in the grounds, stayed in room 19 it had no sound proofing, and the above floor was very loud, not there fault, when built should have been thought about and build in to the annex, it was a real shame as the hotel was excellent.

    4
    « Enjoyable short break »

    Had an overnight stay with afternoon tea and breakfast , as a groupon deal. Also a meal in the restaurant. Very enjoyable,with a an old world atmosphere. Our room was lovely with a huge bathroom, and very clean. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. Afternoon tea was good ,but the evening meal could have been better.,but was okay. Would definitely go again. Look out for the hotels deals as our groupon deal was more expensive than our friends who booked the room themselves.

    4
    « Very good hotel lovely character »

    Gorgeous place to stay, lots of character and historical interest. Most staff were really nice. Bar meals were good value for money and the ability to eat in the conservatory is a nice touch. The breakfast was really nice good range of stuff. Only issues the breakfast staff weren't very polite or efficient, didn't greet us and stood around chatting or on phone for half of it. The reception wasn't always manned and no one came to the bell they have there. A few little bits of easy maintanence would have made a much better overall impression, just a lick of paint and putting the curtain back on the rail properly and things like that. Overall I would come back and recommend, but felt more like a 3 than 4 star.

    5
    « Return Visit »

    Yet again the Salford Hall met our expectations we had room 10 which is a huge room with a lovely bathroom over looking the front and side of the hotel we stayed here for 6 nights and ate in the dining room for 3 nights the food was lovely and the wine & food is reasonably priced,breakfast is good with plenty of choice.This is a lovely old hotel with lots of original features including the squeaky stairs and corridors etc which all adds to this historical buildings atmosphere.The staff are friendly and helpful especially the girls on reception thank you again for a lovely stay we will be back

    3
    « Could have delivered more »

    I stayed at this historic hotel on 2 occasions, once in the main hall building and once in the annex in the grounds - on this occasion I must confess I preferred the annex which is unusual for me. On both occasions I eat in the bar which is very modest and fairly basic,for such an historic building and I did wonder if they could and should be making more of it. Just fairly bog standard fayre. Breakfast was served in the restaurant and once again was very unremarkable in the historic surroundings and the service was below average. I may revisit but certainly wouldn't rush back and that's not how it should be!

  • 4
    « Lovely Wedding »

    Recently visited for a friend's wedding, which was lovely. All of the staff were very attentive and helpful. As part of the bridal party, the staff were easy to contact via our room phone and bought up food etc to the room whilst we were getting ready. Rooms were spacious and beds were clean and super comfortable. Also, lovely areas outside for some really nice photography. We thought that there were some nice sandwiches on the bar menu, but the menu overall was a little bit limited. Overall, great place and great wedding!!

    3
    « Great Exterior, slightly spoilt »

    I booked and got a great price for B&B and we also had dinner. The menu is fine with something to please most and is simply priced. All starters £5, All mains etc (some have a small supplement) and wines are reasonable. Sadly the main was poorly cooked, the fish was over baked and tough and the vegetables had an enormous amount of vinegar. The chef agreed and gave us two liqueur coffees on the house. We had room 14 and the bed was knackered making you roll into the middle. There was a four poster frame around a modern base and mattress. The frame was loose and could be easily rocked by hand. There was also an incredibly loud water tank above the room. Hot water is pumped and takes a while to get to the tap. Some of this might simply be character as the hotel is old and makes a lot (worthy) of its heritage. Part of this is no lifts. To breakfast! There are insufficient tables to host the residents so we had to wait. We also had to wait for our order and when it came my wifes was not what she ordered. In all it could be brilliant but.........................

    4
    « Running Late »

    We should have arrived at 3.00 pm for afternoon tea, the M40 was O so slow. Arrived at 6.00 ish We were offered the afternoon tea (pre booked) but we were booked in for dinner at 7.00pm, so just had a glass of fizz. Room in converted stables, a bit dated but very very warm with modern bathroom. The dinner was good and excellent value, breakfast was very good and the staff all very friendly and helpful. The hotel is an interesting mix of old and very old. Very good Value Hotel.

    5
    « Cousins wedding »

    Stopped at this lovely hotel for my cousins wedding yesterday food was lovely and you could not of asked for a better room every thing you needed was there the staff was really friendly I would consider stopping there again

    4
    « Wedding »

    We visited when attending our friends wedding. It's a beautiful venue and we were impressed by the friendly staff, good food and service. There is plenty of car parking. The bride and groom we're delighted with their wedding experience here.

    5
    « The Best of British. »

    Just back from lunch,and felt compelled to write a review straight away.A beautiful historic complex of buildings,sympathetically restored.A waggy tail greeting from the Dogsbody in the carpark.Meaningful smiles from the staff,accompanied by great service throughout.Oh yes and lovely food,at a great price.So make sure you go in March. It is only 20 miles from us,but intend to stay there for a special occasion coming up soon.As have rarely felt so warmly welcome,and at home in a Hotel.

    3
    « Very noisy creaky floors, dog friendly, 3 barking dogs next door »

    Booked a 3 night break after having to cancel a holiday in Germany due to a family funeral being in the middle of the planned wk. Was not put in main hotel, we were across courtyard in a bottom floor room to which the stairs for all upper floors went between us and next door, sounded like a herd of elephants every time anybody went up or downstairs. Room above had very creaky floorboards so every time somebody was in there that's all we heard. On the second day a couple came next door to us with 3 barking dogs, also could hear every word they were saying as all there was between us was a adjoining door. All in all hardly had any sleep, came back shattered. Apart from that main hotel lovely, breakfast gorgeous.

    5
    « last minute booking »

    Decided at last minute to stay over whilst meeting up with MX-5 Owners Club members nearby in the evening. As a BW member I searched for best deal here and other websites, as you do, and this was by far the best deal and location. Excellent value for money, service, sleep and breakfast before leisurely drive down south on sunny day with hood down. Perfect.

    4
    « Groupon voucher deal.....worth every penny »

    Our daughter bought us a voucher deal from Groupon. We had two nights bed and breakfast, in a four poster bedroom, with sparkling afternoon tea for £129. Fantastic value. The hotel is vey historic and we stayed in the Tudor Barn annexe. Bathrooms were very modern and the whole hotel has a comfortable feel about it. The staff were very friendly, especially the Scottish bar/waiter called Tony. would definitely return on a similar deal.

    5
    « Quirky room but excellent service and accommodation »

    Stayed for 2 nights, nice location, "quirky" rooms due to old age of building but that made it interesting. Nice food and excellent service from all the staff, would certainly stay again if in the area.

  • 5
    « Delightful location near Stratford on Avon »

    Spent two nights at this lovely old country house hotel to visit Stratford on Avon and surrounding area. The reception area is very welcoming with a log fire and we stayed in a four poster bedroom on top floor in this old building. It was very comfortable. Breakfast and bar snacks were good and all staff were very friendly. Would recommend to anyone visiting this area.

    5
    « Lovely, comfortable & cosy »

    Stayed here for 2 nights on a romantic mid week break. Lovely room, staff very helpful. Close to Stratford upon Avon and Evesham. Great place for a base. Restaurant prices were a little steep for us but plenty of places nearby that do good food. There is a pub which offers 2 meals for £10 only a couple of minutes away. 24 hour garage which is also a Co-op situated a few miles away.

    4
    « birthday treat »

    We stayed for a couple of nights and loved the history of the place. It is in a beautiful setting, with a lovely walled garden. We ate here one night and the food was very good, and reasonable priced at £25 for 2 steaks and a bottle of wine. I would have no hesitation to stay here again.

    5
    « Thoroughly enjoyed the stay »

    Queen size bed was really comfy, bathroom extremely modern, and you do not have to worry about having a cold shower, water was exremely warm. Although room looked a little dated, was pleasant enough, warm with television and wifi. Breakfast in the morning was loverly could choose from full english, porridge, omlettes to cereal pastries and yoghurt. Although rooms are not vacant inside the picturess building they are locates a very short walk away, was like being on holiday in chalets. Overall would stay again.

    4
    « Charming hotel »

    We stayed for 1 night to visit Stratford to see a play.Beautiful hotel with lovely features.Staff delightful and the bar meals and breakfast were excellent.Booked via the Best Western web site and had an exceedingly good price.Only reason I'm not giving a higher rating was the guestroom.Room 7 is very small but adequate for a 1 night stay.However it desperately need decorating or at least a lick of paint! Would stay here again as the overall experience was excellent.

    5
    « Enjoyed staying in a charming hotel »

    I booked this 2 night stay for my husband and I, it was his Birthday week. It was a bonus that the hotel had it's own car parking and the grounds in general were pleasant. We thought our bedroom (Room 6 in the main building) was nice. It was well heated along with the bathroom and it all seemed clean and tidy. We had a lovely 3 course meal on the Thursday evening and the cooked breakfast on Friday was good as was the selection of breakfast items on the main table at the front of the restaurant. If there were any niggles, it was that the wi-fi was a bit slow at times, but that is a minor thing and not something to put anyone off coming here. We hope to go back to Salford Hall Hotel one day, it's a great place to stay.

    3
    « Lovely old buiding »

    Have stayed here a couple of times, in 2013 for a couple of nights and 2015 for a single night, both times have enjoyed my stay. Lovely Old Tudor building, stayed with my son Daniel in 2013, great chance to show him where I came from, Alcester, as I now live in Australia, and to show him the old buildings in the UK and the history here. Staff were great and helpful, breakfast awesome, room was comfortable, and quiet, would stay again

    5
    « Sublime »

    Fantastic. We had so much fun. Staff were brilliant. Home from hone. Food was great. Lovely waiter Georges who was so kind and helpful. We will return in the summer just to enjoy the beautiful grounds as it was a bit cold

    4
    « Leisure break »

    A lovely old building set in quiet countryside but within easy reach of numerous places to visit. The service is the second visit we have made to this hotel and will certainly return again. The service levels are good and the rooms we have seen are fine.

    5
    « Anniversary »

    Stayed here for our first wedding Anniversary, and as always were looked after fabulously! Such friendly, helpful staff! Me and my husband simply love it here! One of our favourite places to visit and stay! We will most definitely be back for our 2nd wedding anniversary June 2016!! Thanks again to all at Salford Hall!! Amy and Paul Hickman xxx

  • 5
    « Lovely hotel »

    Just returned from a 2 night stay at this lovely hotel, really loved everything about it It's a fifteen century Tudor mansion which has been lovingly restored. Food was amazing and the staff were polite and attentive . Will definitely be returning to this lovely hotel .

    4
    « Weekend away »

    Salford Hall Hotel is set in beautiful countryside and reflects the historical nature of the area. We felt relaxed as soon as we arrived. Our room was well appointed with good views from every window.

    4
    « BW Salford Hall, Stratford upon Avon »

    An excellent hotel in an excellent position just outside Stratford. Staff couldn't have been more pleasant or helpful and check in / out perfect. Our room (16) was in the main building and apart from a couple of very minor niggles (we're all different after all) we had a very nice stay. We would thoroughly recommend this hotel, especially if you want to use it as a base for exploring the area.

    5
    « Fantastic Stay! »

    Just returned from two lovely days in this historic and quaint hotel. We arrived and our afternoon tea was a delight. On the evening we enjoyed steak night in the restaurant and couldn't fault the food and value for money, one of the steaks we have ever had. Our bedroom (Room 11) was spacious and clean although a little tired looking, full of character which you would expect from this beautiful building. On the second evening we enjoyed a few drinks in the bar and got chatting to the General Manager who is absolutely lovely! We enjoyed our evening meals from the bar menu where again we couldn't fault. The front of house staff are hard working, friendly and will do anything they can to make your stay enjoyable. Only one minor gripe is sometimes there was an extended wait for a member of staff to attend the bar to be served, but that is me being really picky and over eager on getting my pint in! We can not fault the staff or the General Manager and will definitely be returning, next time with our boxer dog Bo who is now an old girl. Upon leaving we met the local collie dog (owner works for hotel). Even he had a Best Western name tag on which we found adorable!! Thanks to everyone at the hotel for our enjoyable two day stay!!

    5
    « Valentines Surprise »

    My partner surprised me with an evening here for Valentine's. I was so pleasantly surprised. Our room in the main building was a four poster and was lovely and comfortable and full of character. The food (7 course taster) was faultless, tasty and plentifull with a jazz band playing in the background. The staff are a credit to you, everyone was so helpful and friendly and couldn't do enough for you. The table decorations were a lovely touch, although when I asked I wasn't allowed to take the red rose with me. Thoroughly enjoyable stay, we even took a sneaky look at the wedding leaflets.. so who knows, we may be back. Thank you for a wonderful stay.

    4
    « Valentine's dinner »

    Attended the Valentines dinner and stayed the night, had a brilliant time. Every member of staff was professional, friendly and most helpful, nothing was too much trouble. We stayed in the main building our room was spotlessly clean and comfortable. The Valentines meal could not be faulted especially the lamb main course which was cooked to perfection. It was certainly value for money and I would not hesitate to stay here again or to recommend the hotel to others.

    3
    « Pleasant with a couple of niggles »

    We came here on a groupon voucher with a cream tea. When we arrived there was noone on reception took a good while for someone to appear even after pressing the bell. We had upgraded to a four poster which put us in the outbuilding opposite the hotel. Room was a very good size, clean, lovely bathroom full of character but the bed wasnt the best a very warn mattress could feel springs and the edges on a duvan surround by a 4 poster frame that creaked badly and wobbled. We went for the cream tea which was lovely nice fresh cakes presented well. We also had a bar meal within the hotel later in the evening the food was amazing very high standard only let down was the garlic bread side... youd expect garlic bread slices but what we got were 4 tiny bite size pieces that looked like someone had thinly sliced up a bagette and gave us the middle bits. Very quiet not many people about at all but this was quite nice. The waiter was very polite and friendly but asked questions and didnt understand our responses would say he was french and ask us again. In the morning we went down for breakfast staff were friendly and the room layed out nicely but was not clear on the menu that breakfast was included as there were prices on the bottom and we were not the only table to have to ask if we got breakfast or had to pay. Breakfast was pleasant but not the best. May i say the menu states £12.50 for hot breakfast... for this ud expect a buffet style not 1 anaemic sausage 1 small bacon rasher a grilled tomato that was in no way heated just looked like the top was shown a frying pan and no substitute offered to items you didnt like also the croissants and pastries were tiny all a bit stingey for the price they claim to charge!! Not much about the hotel either we did travel to worcester the next day which was about 25 minutes away but a pleasant walk around the shops. Overall a nice place friendly staff good food on the evening menu clean and has character just a few things let it down!

    5
    « Best Western Salford Hall Hotel »

    Had a great couple of days here to celebrate my wifes birthday. The weather could have been kinder but hey, it was February. The hotel was all you ask for, clean, great food and nice well dressed staff who were polite and friendly. All in all, despite the weather we enjoyed our break and would not hesitate to recommend the Best Western Salford Hall Hotel. Ken.

    5
    « Brilliant stay »

    2nd stay here and both times lovely, faultless in fact, the staff are great. Food is lovely too and the rooms are big. The Menu of an evening has plenty of variety on offer too. Perfect for an overnight stay :)

    4
    « Extremely Attentive Staff »

    Just spent a lovely weekend in this welcoming hotel; really pleasant, warm staff made all the difference and we were relaxed from the start. Good value, great breakfast and afternoon tea, while the service and quality of food at dinner were both excellent - a fabulous meal. Just one point and nothing to do with the hotel at all. Evesham is a small town in decline - pleasant enough but in need of investment. Lots of second-hand shops and pubs, very little else, so have a look where you might like to visit before you go. Otherwise, just stay in the hotel and enjoy the service!!

  • 4
    « LOVELY WEEKEND »

    Our second visit was every bit as good as the first. This wonderful building is warm and welcoming, clean and tidy. The staff are very helpful and polite at all times. The food was varied and tasty, we ate in both nights. The bar and lounge areas are comfortable and nice to sit and read or have a drink. Breakfast is great with several choices and offer a nice cold choice if a cooked breakfast is not wanted. Coffee is always fresh too. We had a spacious clean, warm room with lovely views this also applied to the rooms our guests stayed in, no complaints at all on any of the rooms. if you like a quite older place with a warm welcoming atmosphere this is the place to stay, not far from Stratford centre. Definitely recommended.

    5
    « Little Gem hidden away »

    This is a lovely little hotel with the rooms still set out in a Tudor style. My room was large with a four poster bed which was very comfortable The room also boasted a 42" TV and the bathroom looked as though it had recently been modernised with ceiling mounted shower as well as the normal shower on a hose. Breakfast was good. The normal offerings of cereal, toast, continental or full English For the money this hotel is an absolute steal

    5
    « Characteristic »

    What a lovely hotel! Found it at a really great price, which included breakfast. The hotel was very beautiful and held lots of character. Our room had a bit of a funny smell but it was not a big issue. The only problem I would moan about was that the shower kept going hot and cold. Breakfast was good; plenty to choose from. Overall, we had a very pleasant stay. Thank you!

    5
    « Fabulous stay »

    We stayed on a Saturday night for one night. The hotel was beautiful. It is slightly tired but that is what you get for staying in a tudor period hotel. The first room we were put in was slightly small so we asked to move and were moved straight away to Lady Jane Grey room. This was lovely. My friend had a few complaints like on her single bed was a double duvet folded over and put in a single duvet cover, which wasn't the most comfortable thing! As soon as she phoned reception they came straight over with 3 duvet options. The staff really couldn't do enough for us. The food in the restaraunt was top notch, breakfast and dinner. The shower was slightly annoying as the water didn't go down the plug hole and the shower curtain only closed about 5 inches as there was a beam stopping it but like I said earlier, what do you expect from a tudor build. I loved every second of my stay and would absolutely go back. Although, if you go please watch out for the ghosts, they kept me awake!!!

    5
    « Fantastic venue for a wedding »

    Just returned from a fantastic weekend celebrating our daughter's wedding at this hotel. From the time we arrived on Friday afternoon, the staff could not have been more accommodating - nothing was too much trouble for any of them, from setting up the marquee for the wedding breakfast to helping with packing all of the decorations etc on the Sunday.at the end of our stay. We hope that Tony, the front of house manager, does get chance to get some sleep, as he always seemed to be on hand to help! The food was great. All of our family members said they enjoyed their weekend there. Our room, 21 in the annexe, was spacious, with a fantastic upstairs bathroom.

    3
    « Overnight groupon stay »

    We were in a small four poster room in the courtyard opposite the main hotel. The room was nice but tired. The plumbing was abit strange too, at one point we couldn't get any cold water and the shower was scalding hot and we struggled to change the temperature. We had a groupon voucher which included afternoon tea which was spot on. We ate at the restaurant and the food and service was superb. Breakfast however was the complete opposite. We didn't even get greeted with a good morning, just sit anywhere. Then we had to ask for coffee. This arrived but no milk jug and we also had to ask for our breakfasts and for forks! The breakfast when it eventually came was average and 1 bacon rasher, 1 sausage etc was abit stingy.

    4
    « Pleasantly surprised by this enchanting hotel »

    We really enjoyed our stay. The hotel was a beautiful, old hotel which was full of character. The staff were really welcoming and accommodating during our stay. I would recommend to others that like this hidden gem.

    5
    « Wonderful »

    Just returned from a lovely night at this hotel. Staff were really friendly and helpful. We stayed in room 22 and the bed was so soft and comfy. Breakfast was gorgeous. Only thing I would say is the website said check in was 2 o'clock but its actually 3 so be aware of this. Will definitely be returning.

    4
    « Very satisfactory. »

    We stay in hotels all over the place for business and leisure. The important thing is getting the basics right and fixing anything that inevitably goes wrong from time to time. We booked a room with a four poster bed, a child travel cot and breakfast. We got exactly that when we arrived. A warm, very professional welcome, and help at every turn without ever being made to feel like something was too much effort. After reading reviews on here I was a bit hesitant but it turned out fine - better than expected. Even when something went wrong (no hot showers in the morning) they offered me other rooms to shower in until they managed to solve the problem. The basics being done well. I'm not all that easily pleased and not often driven to leave reviews. But would highly recommend and will be staying again.

    5
    « Tudor Hall with Character »

    The building had loads of character and charm. Staff were helpful and friendly. The room was stylish and comfortable. Food and service were excellent. We would definitely stay again if we are in the area.

  • 4
    « Great setting »

    Stayed in main building, don't choose outer buildings, not great! Room was cold but extra electric fire helped. When we were at the hotel it was mainly men staying obviously visiting companies locally, they took over bar area and sat silent in front of TV. When we looked about dining, the tables were set up half for breakfast and half for dinner, not a great ambience, so we went to Stratford, which is a 20 minute car drive. Breakfast was OK and only worthwhile if in your room rate,ordered newspaper cost me £2.50 ! At the price we paid, it was value for money.

    4
    « Night away with the Lola »

    Night away this hotel looks larger than large in the photos but it's quite small , Nice no complaints made welcome on arrival really friendly staff had afternoon tea didn't get any choice of sandwiches but they were lovely eggy and ham sandwich nice warm scone and sliver of cake nice . Had an evening meal only one bad complaint I had steak but the tomato sauce were in them packets . Always laugh to myself on that "I take a bottle of that please " ?? staff again pleasant . We stayed in the out building of which were OK needed extra pillows they came quick , there were balance sheets on the bottom of the bed it was dirty I was offered another room straight away but as we had bought Lola with us we stayed in the ground floor room easy access did look at room 6 at the top of the main house could do with an update Rooms warm beds big no head board on bed wallpaper needs repair due to this but as s night away groupon I'm happy for what was paid and what we got breakfast booked in

    5
    « NEW YEARS EVE BLACK TIE GALA DINNER AND DANCE »

    My Husband and I arrived in the afternoon on 31 Dec 15, to be greeted by Beth the receptionist who gave us a really big wonderful welcome. We checked in and was given Room No 11, which we had the previous year in this lovely old Elizabethan Manor House. Room No 11 was a lovely oak panelled room on the first floor, with lovely old furniture which was in keeping with the décor of the manor. The bed was comfortable and very spacious. The bathroom was lovely and state of the art with a really lovely shower room with piping hot water and lovely fluffy towel and complementary toiletries. We quickly showered and dressed for our 'Black Tie' Dinner. We went down at 7.00pm for the Champagne and canapé's reception. We were piped into dinner in the Marquee by a Scottish piper to a wonderfully dressed and presented table with crackers, hats, whistles and party poppers which was waiting for us on the table. We had pre-ordered wine, but it was not on the table, but we informed Beth, who brought it to us very quickly. The meal was excellent and the waiting staff were very professional and polite especially Beth, who was helping out as 3 staff had phoned in sick and they were on the short side. Beth was a truly lovely young lady as were all the staff. We could not fault any part of the meal or the service we received. We both had the Chilli Coriander Crab cakes with sakura cress and lemon emulsion for our starters, which were delicious. My husband for his main course had Rump of Lamb served with garlic cream potatoes, wilted greens and redcurrant jus served with a selection of vegetables. I had Oven Roasted Supreme of Chicken with Duphinnaise potatoes, sautéed savoy cabbage and wholegrain mustard cream sauce which was served with a selection of vegetables. The food was wonderful. My husband had the Caramelised Granny Smith Apple Tart with a vanilla pod ice cream, which he said was delicious. I had Chocolate Torte with Cointreau cream for my dessert which complimented the meal perfectly. We both completed the meal with coffee and petite fours. Afterwards we all went into the Stanford Room, where the disco was being held and danced the night away drinking red wine into the wee small hours. New Years Day, we had breakfast in The Stanford Room. We had fruit for our starter followed by a full English breakfast, which set us all up for the day. My husband and I went back to our room and packed our last few items and then we checked out and settled our bill, once again Beth was very efficient and polite. The experience once again was so good that we have decided to go back for New Year 16

    3
    « Mrs O »

    We went for the New Years Eve party, to say we were disappointed is an understatement. On arrival we were expecting champagne and canapés, unless we went to get the champagne it wasn't offered. There was a poor choice of canapés which were offered around once. Considering the cost per person we were disappointed. On entering the marquee we were left standing for quite some time before been pointed to our table. We had pre-ordered our wine, but it was not on our table and once again it took an age to get someone's attention to point out that we were missing our wine, only to be asked what we had ordered. The food was adequate, that is all I can say about it. There was no coffee offered, we had to ask...... The disco was so loud you could not hear yourselves talk, we stayed in the marquee which went really cold as the heaters were turned off, but did get turned back on eventually though it was still cold. At midnight the staff had bottles of champagne and shook and sprayed them everywhere. Quite a few people got showered by the champagne including 3 members of our party myself included. We did not appreciate this and left soon after feeling upset and yet again dissatisfied.

    5
    « superior room booked not available »

    Just got back from night here my daughter booked us a superior queen room with a fourposter bed for our anniversary and xmas pressie so we could visit warwick as well after a long drive looking forward to our 4 poster bed but when we got there was put in the annexe had a 4 poster in there was nice but wanted to stay in main hotel my daughter phoned and said we hadn, t got the room she had booked and was told the room she had booked has been booked for a year and shouldn, t of been allocated to her they explained it had happened as was booked with a booking firm and was their fault we were offered a room in the main hotel no 4 poster but a nice old room which we took the staff were friendly and enjoyed my stay but would of liked the room my daughter paid extra for will have to look nearer home for one

    2
    « Dogs! »

    Who needs a wake up call when they allow dogs in the hotel? A selling point for some and a nuisance to everyone else. Salford Hall has a fantastic amount of character, and truly is a family run affair. Although certainly for NYE this felt fairly understaffed. This was a second stay here; but the last. The rooms whilst charming do need some upgrades in particularly the sprung mattress has some tales to tell, and squeaked on every move; much like the floorboards! Whilst the building is charming, in today's world you need a good nights sleep!

    5
    « Beautiful Atmospheric Tudor Building in a Quiet Setting »

    My partner and I stayed for 5 nights at this wonderful old Tudor building which dates back to the 15 Century. It is a listed building so no lifts. The entrance/ reception area is magnificent with beautiful old paintings and what appears to be an original old fireplace where a welcoming fire burned each evening. In one corner was this amazing Christmas Tree which must have been about 12 ft high and beautifully decorated. At check in the receptionist took the time to print off a copy of the history of the buildings and the origin of the ghostly stories.Furnishing throughout the building were in keeping with the period and building. We stayed in the room with the 4 poster bed in the top of the building which had a large flat screen television and an oil filled heater for extra warmth should we require it. Everywhere was spotlessly clean. There were several eating areas and a main restaurant to eat so you could choose from the bar or restaurant menus for eating.Food was excellent whichever menu you choose. We ate in the main restaurant on 2 evening and also at the "Murder Mystery" and was excellent. Breakfast had the usual selection with wonderful freshly home baked pastries which were truly delicious. Cooked breakfasts were cooked to order. All staff were so welcoming,helpful, attentive and efficient throughout our stay. Thank you all so much for making our stay so memorable and the excellent food and service. Well done.

    5
    « Fabulous Christmas Dinner »

    7 of us were treated to a wonderful Christmas lunch today. We had a fantastic time from start to finish, fabulous canapés, dinner and pud with petit fours and mince pies. Great atmosphere, attentive staff, superb magician just a lovely change from doing all the cooking myself. Hopefully we will all make it back again next year. Top food and service and I cannot rate them highly enough. Well done all

    4
    « Very atmospheric country house hotel in quiet setting »

    The hotel is full of character, the staff friendly and the food was to our liking. Our bedroom was in the oldest part of the hotel (15th century) and was almost in the roof space! The cranky stairs were not too steep, and even my semi-disabled wife was able to cope with them. There was no lift, and being a Grade 1 listed building with many levels, one could see why. It was only a short drive to Stratford-on-Avon in one direction and Evesham in the other.

    2
    « Christmas celebration - happy to take the money unhappy to provide the experience »

    We were in a group of about 40 in private room for dinner. The prawn cocktail prawns would have fitted in two teaspoons, the beef so over cooked it would have soled my shoes and insufficient staff - part way through meal asking for two more drinks and the staff suggested we went downstairs to the bar to get our own or it could take 20 minutes as they were so busy.

  • 5
    « DBB »

    Had a blinder of a visit Staff were friendly, meals were not bad. But our room (superior four poster quern) was amazing and the price was . . We'll I'll be going again for sure Easy to locate and supposedly haunted but didn't see any aperitions on my visit

    4
    « Weekend away »

    Stayed here last weekend, when we arrived we were in the annexe & asked to be moved to the main hotel, was told there was only a room available above the bar & it may be quite loud there. We were shown into room 1 the Queen Anne room which was beautiful & nice & warm there. We had a 2 course meal in the restaurant, as there was a Christmas party downstairs we had a meal in the Regent Room, the meal & the service was good but there wasn't really much atmosphere as it would have been lovely to have some music in the background. When we went upto the room the noise was very noticeable from the disco downstairs & lots of voices from the bar. As we booked the hotel a few months ago we were quite disappointed really that we were above the bar as it was known a Christmas party was going on. The next morning there was a lovely breakfast in the dining room, if we had had dinner in there the night before with the roaring fire it would have been perfect. The breakfast was cooked to order & delicious. Staff at the hotel were excellent especially the nice receptionist who checked us out, we would definitely stop here again in the future.

    3
    « Christmas Party »

    Please DO NOT BOOK here for a Christmas Party..Outside in a Marquee, tables poorly decorated.Food was was uncooked, cold , there was no organisation with staff it was Hap Hazzard and the timing of eating was diabolical some of us was still waiting for starter when others were on the main on Same Table !! A bar that needed a Good Revamp seen better days ! Atmosphere was Dire and the Music they kept playing on a cassette player was Awful, the Worst Christmas Party Ever.There was a Disco which was in another room very small Dance Floor and only very minimum seating...Overall NOT a place to Recommend...cannot comment on the Rooms as no-one stayed overnight..

    5
    « Excellent afternoon tea...we will be returning »

    Last week we came for a look round with Emily, the Events Coordinator, and couldn't have been more pleased with Salford Hall. The staff were extremely welcoming and very friendly and it was fantastic to see lots of improvements having been made since I last visited Salford Hall (as an employee). We finished the viewing with afternoon tea (couldn't resist the fantastic deal) and it was delicious...excellent value for money! We will 100% be back...mainly because we will be getting married there! Thanks again especially to Emily, she was extremely helpful and very friendly!

    3
    « Nice hotel, some rooms are amazing, others terrible. »

    I stayed here during the week for three weeks whilst on a course near by. The staff are polite, the breakfast was rather good, and the hotel looked nice and had character. The evening meal had small portions for a lot of money, and I felt it probably wasn't value for money. But, as I mentioned in my headline, how annoyed you get depends on the room you are in. The first week I was in room 12, it was a lovely room with a massive bed, and the biggest bath I have ever seen / used. However there was no central heating in the room, luckily they had provided electric heaters, and the WiFi did not make it to this room, so I had to rely on my phone for internet. The bed side lamps were also a bit wobbly, I fixed these on my first night by tightening the nut on the bottom. Week two, I stayed next door in room 14, this was probably the worst room I have ever stayed in. This again had no WiFi, I also had to fix one of the lamps to stop it wobbling. The radiators were luke warm at best, and in the mornings the room was freezing. The worst part is the water pump. When you turn the shower on, a very loud noise comes from a little hatch in the wall by the wardrobe which presumably is a water pump. Unfortunately, the pump also serves the room next door's bathroom (with it's massive bath). So if the occupant decides to have a at 5AM, you will be woken up by this incredibly annoying noise, and you will wake up feeling cold. During my stay here, I had a look at the taps on the radiators, they were all set to max, I turned one down half a notch whilst I was fiddling, and realised that there was nothing I could do. So I filled out the maintenance form and left it on the door, the next evening when I returned, the maintenance man had visited, obviously seen the tap turned down half a notch and thought "that'll fix it!" it didn't and I woke up cold again. I had no more maintenance cards to fill out, so I made one up saying it still wasn't fixed, and the next evening I was then informed that the boiler had a faulty pump, it wouldn't be fixed for a while so I should request a new room. Which leads me on to the last room I had to stay in, room 29. Nicer paint job than the other two, and it had WiFi and central heating at last! The shower / taps lacked water pressure. The TV reception was poor, when I investigated why, I noticed that on the aerial wall socket, the Belling and Lee connector had half snapped off, it moved the still present half over to make a connection, and this seems to fix things, but they should really replace it for a new one. The walls / ceiling were very thin, when the occupant above me came stamping in at night, you could hear that, and when he started snoring like a pig, you could hear that too! Otherwise, the bar was quite cheap, that's all really.

    4
    « Relaxing break »

    Returned this morning from a two night stay at this beautiful hotel. Great accommodation, great food and fantastic customer service. The stay was very peaceful and everyone in the hotel and village nearby are so friendly. It's a quiet little village and felt a little bit in the middle of nowhere, views are beautiful. Would definitely recommend this hotel and will definitely be returning.

    4
    « Restaurant »

    We have been here several times for various family and friends meet ups and always find the restaurant to be reliable and offer good value. The surroundings are steeped in history and an historical information pamphlet is available at reception. A separate bar makes a good starting point for an evening meal, an sets a relaxed tone for the rest of the evening. The set menu selection is perhaps a little restricted but the quality and presentation of the food is impeccable. Drinks are reasonably priced for such an establishment, and make it possible for a couple to have three courses with coffee and wine for well under £100.

    5
    « Made my day »

    I Haven't stayed at the hotel but I just want to say what fantastic customer service and a big thank you to Jessica on reception for sorting out my voucher. You have made my day. Can't wait for Christmas to give my present. I'm sure my family will love it. Many thanks

    5
    « Excellent meal all three courses »

    Used a woucher deal for two three course meals and were very pleased with the venue and the selection of food. I opted for the fishcake starter followed by sea bass. My wife is not keen on seafood but had plenty of çhoice of meat dishes. We both enjoyed our meals in comfortable surroundings.

    3
    « Business Trip to Salford Hall »

    I recently spent a night at the Salford Hall Hotel as part of work. The building is a old style stately home which is very finely decorated. Our room was very warm and clean however was very narrow and we had to move one of the two single beds which involved moving the furniture as well so it was a more comfortable nights sleep. The shower was very old fashioned and it was very hard to find a good temperature. The tele was quite small and continuously cut out but it was not a massive issue. Our room did not receive wifi which was advertised. The staff were extremely friendly and the blonde haired receptionist was very attractive.

  • 4
    « Charming Hotel »

    We stayed at this hotel for a short weekend break. The room we were given was located in the original house and was very comfortable, the bathroom had recently been refurbished to a high standard. The location of the hotel was excellent mid-way between Evesham and Stratford. The only downside was the breakfast service was a little chaotic, there was a large party of over 20 guests all seated at one table which meant the staff on duty were struggling to cope with them and the additional guests all at the same time.

    5
    « Wonderful venue »

    Excellent experience in every aspect. We got married at Salford hall. From finding the location, through to Booking out was seamless. The staff were outstanding and could not do enough to help when it was requested. The manageress is extremely helpful as are her assistants. All the guests who attended and especially those who stayed at the hotel commented on how wonderful the hotel and staff are. "My wife and I" will definitely be using Salford Hall again in the future.

    5
    « Perfect Venue <3 »

    Salford Hall was our wedding venue on 29th August. We booked it moreless 18 months in advance and in the lead up to the wedding we liaised with Emily, Debra and the staff team to ensure the preparations for our 'big day' were perfect. And they were. The day was absolutely amazing and everything that we dreamed it would be. The staff went out of their way to make our day so special, there were so many little extras that they did for us. We really cant thank them enough. We went back today for Sunday lunch and we were treated to a complimentary bottle of wine by Debra. It just goes to show how thoughtful they are. Our meal was lovely, me and my husband both had the beef and it was as beautiful as it was on the wedding day. We really can't fault the food or the service that we received, we will continue to keep in touch and will definately be going back very soon.Thank you again!

    4
    « Pleasant surprise »

    I booked the Salford Hall Hotel through Living Social, as part of a birthday weekend break for her (eternally youthful) ladyship, which included afternoon tea and tickets to Warwick Castle.. a bargain! We arrived later than anticipated to collect our tickets, which had a knock on effect for our check-in and afternoon tea when returning from Warwick, but the staff were very obliging.. our "tea" being lovely and enjoyed in the warmth of the internal conservatory. The date carved above the entrance is 1602, our room (opposite) came somewhat later and very nice, with it's upstairs en-suite.. mind the beams! The room was fine (if a little warm and mattress too soft) a four poster, fine view of the Hall, Samsung flat-screen TV and smart bathroom. We hadn't booked the restaurant (mistake), deciding instead to try one of the two pubs nearby. Sadly, looking into both from their respective car parks neither offered much promise, so returned to the hotel. Thankfully, the barman squeezed our order in (as the restaurant was fully booked) and we again ate in the conservatory. We did see the dining room at breakfast and a tiny bit underwhelmed to be honest and the low seats made for an uncomfortable eating position, I'm sure when it's dressed for a wedding it looks amazing.. as would the whole place I'm guessing. Our experience was of friendly and helpful staff in a nice little hotel hide-away in the countryside, yet close to many attractions and in our case, at a bargain price.. a recommend! Note to management, the wi-fi kept dipping in and out.

    1
    « Poor Management & Very Rude »

    AVOID - This place is the worst I know locally for customer service. Debra the so called General Manager has the most appalling attitude and I believe she needs to understand what customer service means. She is very rude and arrogant. I certainly wont be giving any further custom to this place. Complained to skylane hotels who manages the franchise and no communication from them either Poor on all accounts

    5
    « Amazing setting for fantastic hotel »

    Having booked the hotel as a deal that included entry to Warwick castle I was very impressed with the standard of the hotel and it's staff. Everyone welcoming and friendly. The hall is beautiful and supposedly haunted but nothing ghostly going on during our stay. Room was comfortable and warm. Afternoon tea was impressive and breakfast was delicious with plenty of choice and very tasty. Definitely stay here again and would recommend to all my friends

    5
    « Fantastic hotel and friendly staff »

    I stayed there with a friend on a Living Social deal. Absolutely beautiful building, supposedly haunted although we didn't see any sadly! The staff were really friendly and very helpful. We stayed in the Coach House, very clean room and a staircase led up to our bathroom. We had afternoon tea in the conservatory and took the chance to look through the photo album they hold on reception of all the renovations that were undertaken in the 1980s. A very comfortable night and then over to the dining room for a delicious cooked breakfast. I would definitely recommend this lovely hotel. Felt very spoiled and and the staff couldn't have been more helpful.

    3
    « Vegetarian option zzzzz »

    Hotel was very charming and old worldly. Staff were very efficient and friendly making the hotel a very comfortable home from home kind of place. Rooms were ok but noisy pipes and plumbing might annoy some people. It's very old so I just accepted it. So the reason for not more stars? Note to menu writer... In 2015 not good enough... Vegetarian Starter soup or soup? Vegetarian main course always wild mushroom risotto or boring pasta dish (do chefs have a 2 page vegetarian cook book?) Vegetarian option should have texture and variety and not be a large bowl of never ending mush. Please consider us hard done by non meat eaters who pay the same but always get considerably less food. (Same all over the UK) Otherwise thank you for a nice stay. Breakfast very good but not the vegetarian sausages!!

    4
    « Lovely ambiance »

    Having seen this hotel advertising one night stay for family of four plus Warwick castle entry I decided to book. On arrival it was set in lovely grounds and looked quite historic in very romantic way. As our initial room had a problem we were allocated two rooms in the annex with adjoining doors for ourselves and two sons, the rooms were warm cosy clean and inviting and the bathrooms modern and bright. Having went for a walk we discovered there wasn't much around unless you used the car to go further. The hotel itself had a beautiful roaring log fire and the bar area was so quaint and felt like home from home. All the staff are so nice and helpful and we wanted to stay for longer than one night so will definitely recommend to friends and family. Breakfast was relaxed and enjoyable.

    4
    « wedding guest at hotel »

    having just returned from this venue, (we were at a family wedding) the accommodation was lovely, our room was in the old stable block and was comfortable enough for our weekend stay, the breakfast menu was adequate with a reasonable choice for everyone. it was less on the Sunday, whether due to staffing, but one choice only for a cooked breakfast, no extras and no table beverages, it was help yourself to flasks.

  • 5
    « Had a lovely meal »

    Went for an evening meal on an amazon deal. The food was excellent the place is lovely and the staff were first class and very welcoming. For a deal half price this was first class value Will go back again for sure.

    5
    « Gorgeous hotel, amazing customer service. »

    We booked this hotel as a last minute stay through Hotel Tonight after leaving a not-so-positive hotel in Blackpool. When we arrived at Salford Hall, we were disappointed to find out that the 2 beds listed on the Hotel Tonight App were actually twins, and not doubles, which would make it impossible to stay with our 2 teens traveling with us. Jules, at reception, was most gracious, and went above and beyond to make sure our kids had beds and placed us in the most amazing room in the main building. I can't say enough good things about how friendly, welcoming and accommodating she was.The breakfast in the morning was lovely with both continental and menu offerings. We couldn't have been more pleased with our last night of lodging on our 3 week England adventure.

    5
    « Leisure break at the Salford Hall »

    We have visited this hotel on two previous occasions. This visit we caught good weather which made the stay more enjoyable. The booking made placed us in the annex building which although comfortable was not what we wanted. Beth on reception quickly and politely changed our booking to a lovely room on the first floor of the main hotel building. Note this hotel is very old, clean but without a lift. Anyone with walking difficulty may find the narrow stairs difficult. The grounds are spacious, there is lots of free parking and the annex is easily reached along a stone slab path. The annexe does have ground floor rooms with easy access and car parking close to it. All the staff are both helpful and pleasant. Nothing appeared to be a problem. The food was well presented, hot and tasty. The only down side was limited choices. We did raise this with the staff and they said it was being addressed. However all guests are able to choose from the restaurant or bar menu whilst dining in the restaurant. Bar food was good and wholesome.

    4
    « Nice place to visit »

    Nice hotel ,stayed 3 nights our room was a good size so was the bathroom ,very comfortable bed everything was Very good.Had dinner in the bar good but slow service.We enjoyed it sowill be returning in Nov 2015 ,good size bathroom.We had dinner in the bar

    4
    « A tale of two halves »

    Firstly the bad points , charged my credit card 3 times for the room took a week to get the £300 back NO apology. Arrived at the hotel and the room was as the previous guests left it had to wait nearly an hour for it to be cleaned NO apology offered free drink in bar whilst waiting NO tonic to put in the gin !! NO fruit tea at break fast only Earl Grey or Peppermint. You get the idea very good at using NO but not at using sorry. The good points room was lovely with four poster bed which was very comfy and we had beautiful views over the lovely gardens from both windows. The bathroom was very modern with his and hers sinks , two showers and a large bath , water piping hot. Dinner was superb the staff and the meals were excellent cannot rate the Lamb or Steak highly enough the evening receptionist was fantastic and these things turned the bad into good. Lucy in the Dining Room was a delight and is a staff member the hotel should be proud of. Breakfast was again delicious and the staff friendly. The building itself is very quaint and full of history and the gardens are stunning well worth a look round and a joy to sit in. I would go back but as a long standing Rewards Member would have expected a little more customer service to rectify the wrongs.

    4
    « An excellent hotel »

    This is a beautiful old building, a Tudor Mansion set in lovely grounds. All the staff were helpful, especially the receptionists, but caring staff are a feature of Best Western Hotels. The meals were not particularly exceptional though, the bar meal we had was best. The bedroom was pleasant, small but had everything we needed. The bathroom actually had decent loo paper - not the extra fine stuff most hotels supply. The towels were big and fluffy. All in all an excellent stay and can recommend.

 

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· Depuis : l'A46. Le BEST WESTERN Salford Hall Hotel se trouve à Abbots Salford, à 13 kilomètres à l'ouest de Stratford-upon-Avon. Quittez l'A46 entre Stratford-upon-Avon et Evesham.