Billesley Manor Hotel (Alcester, Warwickshire) Reviews
Description:Billesley / Alcester / Warwickshire / B49 6NF / Tel 0870 780 8139. / Billesley Manor Hotel can be found minutes from ... more
Billesley Manor Hotel (Alcester, Warwickshire) ... the M40, just outside Stratford-upon- Avon where you can engross yourself in the literature and life of Shakespeare and plunge yourself into the land of historic England. A beautiful country retreat with modern bedrooms and a fine dining restaurant, Billesley Manor Hotel captivates the very essence of Central England.
Newest Review: ... us not time at all. All staff were friendly, professional and could not do enough for us. Our room overlooked the Topiary Garden which is superb to wake up to. The room was clean and luxurious. Our evening meal was superb and the staff were very attentive. We had drinks in the bar afterwards. The bed was huge and very comfy. The buffet breakfast was very tasty and plenty of it - full english, ... more
Customer Billesley Manor Hotel (Alcester, Warwickshire) Reviews (4)
by - written on 08/05/12 (Useful, 11 readings)
My husband and I stayed at Billesley Manor for one night on my birthday. The location is fabulous with lambs in the field close by. Hotel is magnificent on the approach to it. Reception/booking in took us not time at all. All staff were friendly, professional and could not do enough for us. Our room overlooked the Topiary Garden which is superb to wake up to. The room was clean and luxurious. Our evening meal was superb and the staff were very attentive. We had drinks in the bar afterwards. The bed was huge and very comfy. The buffet breakfast was very tasty and plenty of it - full english, cereals, croissants etc so it catered for all nationalities. A wonderful, classy, Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
We had booked a night at the Billesley Manor Hotel for a celebratory dinner. Our plan was to spend a relaxing afternoon at the spa before the meal in the hotel restaurant. On arrival we asked at the reception where we could get a coffee and a bite to eat. The receptionist though polite, was unable to advise us and suggested room service. This was not what we had in mind and we decided to go elsewhere for refreshment. We were given a key card that failed to work and we were obliged to trek back up to the main hotel building to get a replacement. The room was something of a disappointment. We had upgraded to a premier room, expecting something above ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/08 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I found the hotel using lastminute.com, and paid £64.00 for the night, which I thought was very reasonable. The hotel was easy to find, well it was for me I had Sat Nav. I parked my car, and headed for reception, which seemed to be a fairly long walk from the car park. Check in was not so smooth, I arrived at the hotel around 4.30pm, and said my name, there was no registration card, and I had to then proceed to explain to how I had booked it etc, which I think is completely unnessary, working as a hotel receptionist myself for a leading hotel, I couldn't believe the check in, there then seemed to be a bit of a struggle from the receptionist ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/07 (Very useful, 274 readings)
For Valentines day my partner whisked me away for a dirty sorry romantic few days away. He was a pain in the backside if I am to be honest as he wouldnít tell me where we were going. Despite him dropping several hints including references to Shakespeare, which went totally whoosh over my head, I didnít guess until the day before we were going. The Shakespeare reference was obvious to me when he explained that he came from Stratford and the hotel we were to frequent was near there. Anyway, Iím waffling and youíre probably wondering if Iím ever going to get to my point and tell you where we stayed and what it was like, so Iíll get on with it. Hurrah, ... Read the complete review
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