We took a bit of a gamble booking this place for our daughters Christening function, as we live in Rugby and had never previously been here. The whole experience was fantastic from start to finish. Leighanne on the front desk communicated and planned things perfectly. The function room and service from the staff was amazing. They were really attentive, from serving Fizz on arrival to topping up and serving the buffet bang on time. Will definitely book a function here again!
Thank you Tina and your wonderful team for making our wedding fabulous. The venue, rooms, food and service were exceptional, nothing is too much trouble. You made our wedding weekend perfect in every way.
Nice quirky old inn, lovely bar and courtyard. Also ate in the restaurant which was nice , pub style food with good service. Staff where great so nice and helpful, really friendly and room was comfy and very clean so very good value for the price point . Very happy and would definitely stay again .
Stayed here last weekend for a team event. The rooms were lovely and quirky, staff friendly and meal generally very good. We were a large group so there were a couple of hiccups with the food coming out but it was rectified quickly. Breakfast was provided with the room and was enjoyed by all in our party. Would happily book in there again.
We stayed in Lutterworth to attend a wedding and was recommended the Greyhound Coaching Inn. It was a great choice and the atmosphere is very traditional with a pub downstairs and beautiful furnishings which remind you of historic times, which we both loved. The Inn is surrounded by lots of places to drink and is central in Lutterworth.
We stayed for one Saturday night in July. The room was adequate but just a little dark and dated. The bathroom was OK and the furniture was solid and characterful. Public areas needed some TLC. Breakfast was table service which was good with decent choice ( I think COVID restrictions put paid fo the buffet.) All in all nicer than a chain hotel. Pub was nice. No free parking FYI.
We booked a King Room . When we arrived we were put in an external Annex. Quite simply the shower was absolutely covered in mould. The room was freezing because they “ forgot “ to turn central heating on. They had already put several portable heaters in the room that didn’t work. We didn’t stay . We left .
In the world of generic soulless hotels, the Greyhound coaching inn offers a refreshing taste of character and charm. Beautiful period property, friendly attentive staff and a comfortable nights stay. With any period property there are always areas for improvement, however an establishment that provides a clean comfortable room and hospitable staff ticks the most important boxes in my opinion. Traditional bar with a good selection of wines and ales, only one critique the food was good but felt the menus could better reflect the overall feel of the hotel and quality over quantity might be worth considering. Overall a very pleasant experience was had.
Check-in was a bit disappointing. Staff member did not volunteer information about breakfast times / wifi and did not offer us a chance to book for dinner. Rooms were dated but clean and functional. Bed comfortable, wi-fi good, tea and coffee making facilities perfectly adequate - all the basics fine. Downstairs in the bar / restaurant the staff were friendly but the trouble was - there were just not enough of them at diner or breakfast and, as a result, everything felt chaotic. It was very difficult to get a table / get menus / get served and it was all rather stressful. At dinner, when the food came - it was piping hot, well prepared and very tasty. At breakfast, again - the cooked breakfasts were great when they came. The continental breakfast bar was good but infrequently replenished. Large tables are laid with a tiny jug of milk and hardly any jam so the staff are running round non-stop for things which could be avoided. One final point - if staff are going to wear masks - they need to speak up / speak clearly. It just adds to the general stress when you can't hear what's being said.…
A short visit to attend a function. Having stayed in a few soulless budget chain hotels recently, we were desperate for something more inspiring. We found it at the Greyhound. A fantastic old coaching inn atmosphere (including hunt prints), very friendly staff a lovely characterful room and a nice breakfast made this a stay to remember. And they were very happy to post my wife's phone charger back to us! We will return.