Hotels in Rugby Reviews
Newest Review: ... most famous owners, bought the business from Mr Thomas Chater. The Rugby Almanac of 1850 carried a full-page advertisement for 'The Horse Shoes Commercial and Family Hotel and Posting House'. After the death of her husband, Mrs Williams continued to run the hotel. It was in her cosy smoke room that on certain nights each week, Rugby's leading men would meet to discuss the town's affairs and smoke their church warden clay pipes. This gathering became known as 'The Horse Shoes Parliament' - the height of the Inn's influence on Rugby affairs. The hotel bar and restaurant serves traditional food and a wide selections of ales, it is i... more
Customer Hotels in Rugby Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/09/08 (Very useful, 10 readings)
I am basing my review on the Three horse Shoes Hotel in Rugby, I used this hotel for my wedding in 2006. The Three horse shoes hotel is based in Rugby town centre, however there is not any direct parking due to the previous hotel owner selling the few parking spaces they had, however the hotel now offers local parking for free but it is about a 5-10 min walk up a busy highstreet which is not easy with your bags! Three horse shoes history: The Three Horse Shoes Hotel, Rugby acquired the status of the Inn during 1728, although the tradition of selling ale from the premises would have started long before this date. Even allowing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/08, updated on 30/09/08 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Well Rugby is my home town, and i have lived there for the last 28 years so I know just about everything there is to know about my loverly hometown (unfortunatly...hehe) There is a great selection of hotels and also a lot of diversity in the choice you can make. If you are wanted history then stay at Brownsover hall, I have wrote another reveiw on this hotel...... but in summary its a gothic manor house and is gorgeous, Its definatly the best hotel in the area as far as venue, grounds and higher class food. If you want to be close to everything, and in the centre then i would recommend The Three Horse Shoes Hotel, its in the centre of ... Read the complete review
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