This could be a realy great hotel but it needs money spending on it. We had a family room that was spacious and clean. The bathroom suffered from a lack of investment and on the whole teh place needs some TLC. Hard to knwo what esle to say we paid £54 so excelent value, just a bit sad that a fine old building needs a bit of upkeep.
very nice stay for second christmas in mansfield visitor from ireland nice old world building excellent location in mansfield friendly management and staff. just a short walk to town.to shopping and bars will be back
From entering reception the alarm bells started to ring. We stayed in the family room which was room10. Sorry there isn't any photo's as we walked straight in and straight out. There was holes in the plaster in the walls, poorly decorated, paint had flaked off over the entire window sill. The carpet was was old and full of stains. Cushions on the bed were stained,there was 2 light bulbs missing from the light. The shower tray was mouldy black and red and the plug to it was black and the drainaway was black too. Furniture was not good enough to be put in a room for guests. Be aware this accommodation is appalling and is not fit for guests to stay in. We were refunded within the week but were faced with no accommodation to go to because of the state of the property.
Booked mansfield manor for 3 nights 24th-27th December 2019 to attend a family christmas.I called on numerous occasions to ensure the room was a double and had a bath as I requested. I was assured that would be no problem. We Arrived at the manor at 19.45, to a unlit reception with a number to call. We called the number and was taken through the rear entrance, to check in. The lady said she had called on a few occasions,we explained as we were in company our phones are not priority. We left our luggage in the car and was taken to a twin room which temperature was about 2 degrees. I explained this was not what we booked, we were moved to a lovely warm family room with comfortable beds although the facilities were dated and in need of repair set of drawers where the drawer wouldn't stay closed. Drinks tray had a glass jar with 4 rich tea biscuits in unwrapped, how many people had previously touched them ( room 4), but we would have to move in the morning. We got our luggage and settled in as we could not have a christmas eve drink as the bar was closed. In the morning we went for breakfast it consisted of breakfast bars, cereal very cheap,bread and budget looking croissants a plate of slithers of ham,cheese and salami. Ok we had some cereal and toast a glass of orange juice and a cup of Luke warm tea( not twinnings breakfast tea as advertised) as the water is in a flask rather than a boiler. We asked the lady about moving rooms, we were given a card and asked if they could move our belongings to the first room we were shown. Arrived back to the manor after an eventful christmas day to a warm room,(room 11) again comfortable bed and good pillows but the shower had very little power. Boxing day gave breakfast a miss. we were being moved again free of charge into the bridal suite. The worst room of all 3 Looks lovely but when you look closer the mattress doesn't fit the bed at least a 3" gap around,it was very uncomfortable springs broken and seemed to have reverse bow so like a hill in the middle the shower has green rust, but the bath was ok if a little bit slippy. All in all they were very apologetic and accommodating where possible but for £72.00 a night I would choose a premier inn or travelodge,as the facilities are better, and would not ever return to Mansfield Manor…
Came for one night, staff warm and welcoming room was nice had heater on ready and waiting. Comfortable night sleep slept like babies. We weren't able to have the breakfast as it finished early but didnt affect our stay. They were able to help us with recommendations for food places. Overall the building is a lovely listed property and would recommend the hotel to close friends and family.