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Netley Hall

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On the Netley Hall Estate we have a large Marquee style Banquet Hall available for Weddings and events! with its own licensed bar. We also have 12 self-catering Holiday Cottages available for short and long stays. The Estate boasts luxurious grounds with 160 acres of beautiful Shropshire scenery! Perfect for your blissful country retreat. We have 6 fishing lakes within the estate with a large variety of fish for you to catch. There is also an Equestrian facility and a Paint balling Facility on the Estate.
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Primrose23 wrote a review Mar 2024
Exeter, United Kingdom10 contributions10 helpful votes
This could be a lovely hotel, but was let down by lack of atmosphere and disinterested staff (with the exception of the waiter/sommelier). The food was delicious, but the Clock Tower restaurant described on the website was not in use, and the room in use had clinical lighting and no atmosphere. Our room (11), had a fantastic view, but we were not offered help with our luggage up two steep sets of stairs. Bathrobes only arrived after I requested them. Overall, disappointing, and no response from these comments direct to the management.
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Date of stay: March 2024
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Go793813 wrote a review Mar 2024
London, United Kingdom28 contributions17 helpful votes
Great locations and beautiful grounds. Reception area in a weird place as it’s been dumped in the entrance hall and doesn’t feel very inviting, as a hotelier I would have moved it further in the atrium area so that guests are invited in further. We stayed in cottage 7 which was very spacious and value for the money for two nights. Only issue we encountered was the smell from the drains that’s all I could smell during our stay. Cleanliness wasn’t 100% and could have been better but overall wasn’t too bad. Also restaurant prices are a bit strange Veg Pie for £25 which seems very steep whereas fish and chips and burgers only £18. Probably would stay again but maybe in the summer as weather was wet and cold during our stay.
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Hannah_S-Y wrote a review Feb 2024
York46 contributions43 helpful votes
Tired, soulless & poorly maintained holiday cottages. We booked several for our group & had a miserable experience. Instead of “luxury” we found mattresses curled by previous sleepers, cracked tiles, showers that don’t drain, keys that don’t work properly & flickering electricals. The well sized rooms were minimally finished making them echoey & cold. Most dangerous of all one apartment was found to have a strong smell of gas on arrival, traced to the kitchen stove being left on. The staff were slow to respond to complaints & attempted to gaslight us with ill informed & misleading alternative explanations to avoid taking any responsibility.
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Date of stay: October 2023Trip type: Travelled on business
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Mrs Miggins wrote a review Feb 2024
United Kingdom3 contributions
We stayed at the hotel in 2022 but on this visit we found it looking tired. For this visit we stayed in one of their self catering lodges. Pros: Nice grounds Friendly staff Lodges are a good size Warm Cons: The bed! It was incredibly lumpy and uncomfortable. The mattress sagged in the middle. Although the bathroom was large there was no where to put your toilet bags, a shelf or something would have been helpful. The lodges are in a square with a path that goes round the front of them. Unfortunately there is limited lighting and some of the path has small potholes which makes it quite dangerous when it is dark. There are no mugs just small t cups, if you like a mug of coffee in the morning take your own mugs. No iron.
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Date of stay: February 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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Elaine Richards wrote a review Feb 2024
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Absolutely appalling room think it was room8.Threadbare furniture filthy carpets .Complained to manager who said room wasn’t up to there usual standard and offered refund if he’s reading this we are still waiting .We attended a wedding and were looking forward to a lovely room we certainly didn’t get it
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Date of stay: August 2023Trip type: Travelled with family
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CoventryForce5 wrote a review Feb 2024
Coventry, United Kingdom138 contributions46 helpful votes
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I took my husband here for a long weekend. What a fabulous house set in beautiful countryside. The rooms are basic not luxury. Clean well decorated and still have the lovely features of shutters to cover the windows. Bathroom was well equipped with walk in shower, pedestal basin, the only issue was the toilet which was so hi I couldn’t put my feet on the floor ( I thought it was just me being short legged ) but my husband also commented on how hi it was. Also the toilet seat did not fit properly. The room had obviously not been used for a while as there were dead flies in the bedroom and bathroom on the floors. There was a separate dressing room with wardrobe and two tall chest of drawers. The room included a hairdryer and tea and coffee. The bed was a large double with a very springy mattress ( you could feel the springs) the pillows were terribly thin and we had to ask for extra pillows.( my husband hurt his back sleeping in this bed. The dressing table chair had terribly wobbly legs. The shower had not been used for a while and I had to ask my husband to turn it on which he also had difficulties with as they had been welded shut with limescale. The dinning experience was brilliant and the staff amazing. Then we got the bill which had items on it that we had not had. So as there were no bar staff there in the morning we have to wait to pay the bill later today by phone call. ( check your bill) Overall we would stay here again.
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Date of stay: February 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Tim M wrote a review Feb 2024
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We had high hopes having booked the Atrium room for our 23rd anniversary. Initially, we were disappointed by the very worn, oversized seating which felt cluttered by oddly placed furniture. The cheap metal edging around the floor tiles under the bath was loose, sharp and a trip hazard. The rain leaked in and made the tiled floor at the top of the steps leading into the Atrium and dangerous slip hazard. The pillows on the bed were cheap and thin…. But our worst issues was a constant droning from all of the radiators in the room. We had very little sleep! We felt the restaurant was good but the steak very overpriced at £32 as it was over seasoned/salty. Generally the staff were lovely and welcoming although our concerns were acknowledged but no apologies given….. This hotel didn’t deliver what we felt it advertised. We wouldn’t recommend a stay.
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Date of stay: February 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Ian M wrote a review Feb 2024
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Absolutely incredible place to stay. We would certainly stay again. Our room was incredible. The staff were brilliant. It was about 15 minute from Shrewsbury, so lovely and quiet, but close enough to drive into Shrewsbury. Our price also included breakfast. Breakfast was great with plenty of choice
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Date of stay: February 2024
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C S wrote a review Feb 2024
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A beautiful period mansion with a relaxing atmosphere. The bedroom was grand and well appointed. The en-suite bathroom was one of the largest I have ever been in! The breakfast was wonderful and relaxed, a great way to start the day. The staff were very accommodating, polite and well presented, a credit to the establishment. We thoroughly enjoyed every minute of our stay.
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Date of stay: February 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jen2601 wrote a review Jan 2024
Ammanford, United Kingdom42 contributions12 helpful votes
What an amazing place! I was treated to a romantic breakaway here by my partner (she told me we were going camping!) and I had no clue where I was going. Netley Hall is beautiful inside and out. The staff were attentive and unknown to me my partner had been emailing them for ages to organise a romantic proposal which the staff helped her to arrange and were all in on the secret it was just me who was clueless! The staff added fresh roses, rose petals and battery candles in our room whilst we were out and nothing was too much bother Breakfast was great, the bar very cosy and the surroundings were stunning. We were in Room 3, the Lawley Suite and it was just perfect. Spacious, comfortable and the jacuzzi bath was perfect. The only thing I would have added to make the stay more perfect would be a welcome guide with the wifi password and a hint as to where to go for breakfast, places of interest nearby etc and perhaps upgrade the loo roll as the economy loo roll used really wasnt in keeping with the ethos of the hotel! The hotel was quiet when we came which was bliss. Thank you to all at Netley Hall for helping my fiancee ( woohoo!) and for giving me the perfect birthday break.
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Date of stay: January 2024
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Netley Hall Estate
Which popular attractions are close to Netley Hall Estate?
Nearby attractions include Carding Mill Valley (4.9 miles), Acton Scott Historic Working Farm (1.8 miles), and Acton Burnell Castle (3.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Netley Hall Estate?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, internet access, and reduced mobility rooms.
Which room amenities are available at Netley Hall Estate?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a seating area.
Is parking available at Netley Hall Estate?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Netley Hall Estate?
Conveniently located restaurants include Dorrington Old Hall Persian Cuisine, Bottle and Glass, and Dorrington's Horseshoes.
Is Netley Hall Estate located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the centre of Dorrington.
Are there any historical sites close to Netley Hall Estate?
Many travellers enjoy visiting St Mary's Church (3.8 miles) and Shropshire Mines Trust (4.2 miles).
Is Netley Hall Estate accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.