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Claverton Country House Hotel

Bluemans Lane off Kent Street, Battle TN33 0SE England
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#2 of 5 hotels in Battle
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Claverton Country House Hotel combines Edwardian character with modern design. Offering luxury guest accommodation with free onsite car park and free WiFi and set in secluded landscaped gardens 3 miles from Battle Abbey.Claverton is perfectly positioned in a country lane, off Kent Street A21, to visit the many Castles and National Trust Gardens. Hastings seafront, Rye and Bodium Castle can all be reached after a 10 minute drive. Carr Taylor Vineyard is a 20 minute walk. London is a 1hour 10 minute train ride away and Brighton or Dover is a 1 hour drive.The Bedrooms are elegantly furnished with luxury mattresses, flat screen satellite LCD TV and Tea/Coffee making facilities.English breakfasts are freshly prepared to order using local produce with fine bone china and silver cutlery decorating the restaurant tables. Please note, breakfast is only free only if stated as included on your booking confirmation. Evening dining at Claverton includes the highly acclaimed "The Dining Room" restaurant on Friday and Saturday and a Bistro menu served in the Lounge Monday - Thursday.
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Bluemans Lane off Kent Street, Battle TN33 0SE England
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mummyblue wrote a review 7 Sep
kent187 contributions75 helpful votes
We had a visit to Carr Taylor's vineyard booked so decided to have a couple of nights in this small hotel which is set in nice surroundings . Someone mentioned it being a 20 minute walk from the hotel to the vineyard but I would dispute that. We drove there the day before our wine tasting to see how far it was and it was definitely more than a 20 minute walk for us. The first impression of the hotel was good. Our room key was waiting for us and we were pointed in the right direction. We had the 4 poster bed room which while not huge was a fairly decent size. The bathroom on the other hand was rather small and with the towels hanging on a towel rail next to the toilet I was worried they'd fall down the pan if we weren't careful and it also seemed a bit unhygienic . The handle on the bathroom cabinet was held on by a sticky patch and you need to be careful when opening the cabinet not to pull the handle off. Also re the towels, the bath towels aren't very big. The shower was good though. The mini bar is actually just a small empty fridge. Useful for us as we like to take fresh milk for drinks. Electric sockets were hard to find and are basically on an extension socket behind the TV area. Bed was comfortable but being a shorty I found it difficult to get on and off as it's quite high. We had dinner in the hotel on our first night. Nice ambience and well spaced tables. Young lad took our orders. I asked for a burger and he asked how I wanted it. He took great pains to write down that I didn't want any tomato, relish pickle or Mayo. Unfortunately after a forty minute wait my burger arrived with all the things I'd asked not to be included. We didn't complain as didn't fancy waiting another forty minutes so the tomato was transferred to hubby's plate and I just ate the rest while scraping around the unwanted bits Disappointing considering the price. Breakfast was very good. We did enjoy our visit but honestly I'm not sure it was worth the price we paid .
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Date of stay: September 2021
Room Tip: Don't bother paying extra for the four poster bed. It's not worth the extra cost.
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Jonathan F wrote a review Aug 2021
London, United Kingdom16 contributions24 helpful votes
Quiet country House hotel off the beaten track, feels like you are staying at a friend's house! Most of the areas of the hotel look like they have been recently refurbished and there is plenty of room in the common areas for keeping distance from other guests. All the staff were cheerful and happy to help when we needed.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Must have a car to stay here
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carshalton wrote a review Aug 2021
carshalton surrey102 contributions55 helpful votes
This was the second time we have visited and what a disappointment.Arrriving and being greeted with supreme indifference.We don't expect a red carpet but a nice smile and an offer to carry your case to the room would have helped.We then went for a drink before dinner.I ordered a gin and tonic when we managed to find someone who was interested in serving us.I saw this green thing floating in my drink and presumed it was a slice of lime but no the staff are unable to know the difference between a cucumber in my drink and a lime slice.After several minutes a menu was produced and several minutes after that the food was ordered and we chose the tapas menu, available on Tuesdays.After several more minutes the food came.This was the high spot of the evening and could not be faulted.The tapas was excellent. Eventually we managed to pay the bill which was queried by the manager.Where was she/he to supervise the waiting staff who presumably had just left school without any experience. At breakfast we waited to be escorted to our table and when someone did appear the breakfasts did arrive and could not be faulted. I suggest the proprietors go and have a stay at the nearby Powdermills hotel to see how the staff work there.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Alison W wrote a review Aug 2021
Surrey104 contributions97 helpful votes
We stayed here some weeks ago and it was exceptional. Warm welcome, beautiful four-poster room, great food and lovely staff. Relatives then gave me a voucher for my birthday and we returned for what we anticipated would be another great night away. It wasn't. We were greeted in an offhand manner by a young male member of staff who made us both feel uncomfortable. When we ordered drinks at 7pm (before dinner booked for 7.30pm), they took 15 minutes to arrive because he served several other guests without waiting to fulfill our order. Other guests had been given menus to peruse with drinks. We didn't get any. Instead, he asked if there had been a mix-up over our order, and had we ordered - of course, we hadn't. We sat down at 7.35pm, and waited 45 minutes for dinner to be served. The food, however, was good. When we got down to breakfast, booked for 9am, there were no staff in the dining room and we waited for over 5 minutes to be seated until a waitress entered and said that the room numbers were on the tables; you couldn't see that from where we were standing. I said it would have been helpful if someone had told us. We couldn't wait to leave. We didn't feel comfortable there. All the staff were young, and two waitresses were pleasant, but there was no sign of anyone in charge. My special gift was not so special after all, and I feel cheated. Note to the hotel management: go to Powdermills Hotel at Battle and see how charming and helpful their staff are. We won't be returning to Claverton House.
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Date of stay: August 2021
WalesLynn wrote a review Aug 2021
Bridgend, United Kingdom28 contributions15 helpful votes
We stayed the weekend for a local wedding and the Claverton is an ideal base, the owner is well organised and great at arranging any changes or upgrades that you require, the staff are young and friendly and the rooms are modern and well presented we really enjoyed our stay and would definitely recommend for this area.
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Date of stay: August 2021
Room Tip: Room 10 or 8 as you get an extra window.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Claverton Country House Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Claverton Country House Hotel?
Nearby attractions include 1066 Target Sports (1.7 miles), Alexandra Park (3.3 miles), and Adventure Golf Hastings (4.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Claverton Country House Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Claverton Country House Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Claverton Country House Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Claverton Country House Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include MONELLIS Sourdough Pizza, Teddy's Beach Diner, and Di Polas.
Is Claverton Country House Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.8 miles away from the centre of Battle.
Are there any historical sites close to Claverton Country House Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Smugglers Adventure (4.1 miles), Hastings Castle (4.0 miles), and Hastings Pier (4.1 miles).