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After a few issues with a certain website managed to sort issues out with hotel directly and cannot praise staff enough. Hotel was lovely and staff very helpful and friendly cannot do enough for you we had a very enjoyable stay if we are I...the area again and need to stay, this will definitely be our go to place and will book directly through them. Thank you for a wonderful stay.More
· We had issues at this hotel. I won’t go into those. I was not going to leave a negative review until I found out the manageress had lied to us.
. After discussing the problems with the management we decided to leave after one...night and she stated that she would agree with Booking.com that a refund should be issued for unused night. ( witnessed by my wife)
This has turned out to be an outright lie and she has now refused the refund
Her need for our money is obviously more important than keeping her word.More
I was visiting family in Brignoth for a couple of nights over the weekend and we stumbled across the Woodberry Inn and it really became a highlight of our weekend.
The food was really delicious, it had all the taste of rustic quality pub grub...with portions that you just don't see much of anymore nowadays. The staff were super friendly and there was a good choice of ales.
Look forward to coming here again on my next visit!More
We've been here numerous times over the last year or so, food was always good...everything homemade, good quality food but recently something has changed. The menu is totally different, now it seems like a menu straight from a 2 for 1 high street pub. We...had the scampi and chips, it was OK but previously there would have been a salad, homemade mustard coleslaw, homemade chunky chips but all of this has gone. Just out the deep fryer and on the plate with a blob of mushy peas.
Again its harsh to say its bad, its not a patch on what it used to be. Feels like there has been a change in ownership or change of chef!More
We needed an overnight stay during the Severn Valley Railway Spring Gala and we weren't disappointed with our choice. We were warmly welcomed and shown to our room which was very spacious and well stocked with beverages and toiletries (something of a rarity nowadays). We...had dinner in the restaurant which was very good and breakfast the next morning was excellent. Would recommend.More
We researched the area for somewhere to take my parents and came across the Woodberry. Our first visit was a Wednesday lunch time, everything was perfect. Making a booking for our second visit on our departure...what a totally disappointment! The bar staff (4 /5 serving)...were unable to cope, we had requested drinks some 20 mins early with the manager, Roger and waited well over half an hour for them. Our food was not to the same standard as our first visit, items of food on my parents plates were cold. I had ordered the Cajun chicken , expecting a piece of chicken , flavoured by the chef instead I got the uniform flat piece of birds eye Cajun processed chicken.My husband food, hunters chicken came out some 10mintues after the rest of the meals. We were not the only ones disappointed, a couple sat next to us, ate seperately, with a steak being under cooked to what was requested. All in all a disappointment!More
We stayed at The Woodberry Inn for a long weekend while visiting family.
Our room was lovely with king size bed and large en suite bathroom with shower cubicle having the best shower we have ever used!
The restaurant and bar area is beautifully decorated...and everywhere is kept spotless throughout.
The breakfast was excellent, served by really friendly helpful staff. Sarah was lovely and made us feel so welcome.
The outdoor facilities are also lovely and offers plenty of seating and a lovely timber summer house style area with lighting and heaters.
We would highly recommend this accommodation and will definitely be returning.
Barbara and Richard KyteMore
We’ve eaten at the woodberry countless times before and it’s always been lovely. We went for a Sunday lunch for Mother’s Day and I have to say it was the worst roast I have ever had. It was completely tasteless, veg was like it was...the scraps left over, mash potato was like something from school, meat was overcooked. The steaks were fatty and couldn’t be eaten, half of the plate was peas and had seen better days, this meal was £25 plus the cost of the sauce!! We did tell the waiter but he just muttered something about having a few issues in the kitchen!! Will not be rushing back.More