Innkeepers Lodge (Sheldon) Reviews
Newest Review: ... so that was that. The day of our holiday arrived and after travelling for 3 hours with mother talking to Thomas (GPS man) we found the Lodge really easily seeing as it was located on the main road with a massive sign attached to the outside. We parked in the ample car park on site which was locked after midnight and a code was needed should you want to get out - mother was particularly impressed and accidentally on purpose left her handbag inside as if to test it - twit. Anyway, should you not want to park in this car park, there was also the one attached to the pub so loads of parking. Check-in was 2 - 11 pm but late check-in was avail... more
Customer Innkeepers Lodge (Sheldon) Reviews (2)
by JJ - written on 18/11/10
At first glance the ' hotel ' looks nice. Once you enter be aware of the lack of cleaning within the bathrooms if you like other peoples hair then you will love it! The fire alarm was set off then the manager started shouting down the corridor for people to stop smoking. The door outside the room bangs all night. This is a week after it opened. When I compained about the pubes the lady said there wernt any cleaners today. They should not accept bookings then! The worst place I have stayed.
by - written on 03/04/08, updated on 04/04/08 (Very useful, 406 readings)
**~~**~~**~~** Innkeeper's Lodge in Sheldon **~~**~~**~~** After staying in one of these for a friends wedding and spending a great deal of time talking to god on the big white telephone the morning after, I knew that I would definitely use them again. They're a chain of great little hotels pretty much like Travelodge, only better. I knew the dates for Crufts so I booked the hotel 8 months prior to wanting it because the year before was a nightmare trying to find space and we ended up with a really crap hotel. Thus, my organising skills took over and not wanting to face the wrath of mother, I booked in plenty of time - what did worry me slightly ... Read the complete review
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