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Situated in the heart of the historic village of Crondall, the Plume of Feathers is a 16th century pub/restaurant. The accommodation is in the converted stable block adjacent to the rear courtyard giving guests complete and private access 24hrs a day. Food is served both in the bar and...
My room was booked by my boss online, as my stay was part of a business trip. This is a very pretty, period public house situated in a tiny village with only one shop (that unfortunately shuts at lunchtime on Wednesdays). The pub itself seems...More
3 Thank SteveLench186378
Response from Plumeoffeathers, Owner at The Plume of FeathersResponded 12 November 2011
This guest was booked in by his boss on the lunchtime of his arrival by phone, not via Late Rooms. We are not on the Late Rooms web site.
On his arrival his was rude to a member of staff because he could not get...More
I booked this accomodation thinking the reviews were fine. How wrong was I! If you don't mind staying in a coverted stable, then that's fine. A pokey room with a tiny skylight as a window. How 2 people could stay in these rooms is beyond...More
4 Thank GrayB58
Response from Plumeoffeathers, Owner at The Plume of FeathersResponded 31 October 2011
We are sorry that this guest did not enjoy his stay.
This was an on-line booking so the guest will have been aware of the facilities that we offer with descriptions, photographs and reviews on our web site.
Our rooms are situated in a converted...More
The room we stayed in was in a separate converted outbuilding off the rear beer garden/patio. The room was ensuite but quite small with enough room for a double bed and wardrobe - it was a tight squeeze for anything else. It was a comfortable...More
We didn't stay over, so couldn't pass any comments on the accommodation. The pub was lovely, nice decked area at the back or you can sit out the front of the pub. Good selection of ales and a huge selection of food. We had one...More