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Was invited to a wedding at The Boundary and decided to stay over night. The bedrooms are large and the beds are so comfortable, breakfast in the morning was lovely, cooked to order. The buffet for the wedding was also catered by them and was...More
Stayed here for one night last month on the way to Alton Towers (which is just under an hour away). The proximity to the M1 was the main factor in choosing it, the hotel is about 10 minutes away.
It was late summer evening so...More
I stayed overnight at this hotel with my partner when my son got married in July. The hotel wedding planner had worked very hard. I must say I was absolutely amazed at the quality of the work they put it into it. It was fabulous....More
Once again, my pet favourite. The wifi is pants. I am paying £75 for one night in a travel inn lookalike and I can't work in the evening.
When I asked if the router could be turned on and of, the response was that they...More
On arrival the receptionist processed our booking very efficiently and gave us information about where to find the room and breakfast the following morning. A lovely large twin bedded room with extra long beds. The room and the bathroom were very clean and had all...More
US$71 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Access to the hotel is up some stairs as the building is on raised ground behind the pub. There are ground floor rooms but I'm not sure how easy the initial access to the building would be. It's a slightly awkward walk from... More
Access to the hotel is up some stairs as the building is on raised ground behind the pub. There are ground floor rooms but I'm not sure how easy the initial access to the building would be. It's a slightly awkward walk from the reception to the hotel building. There is disabled parking but you would need to phone about the access.