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The Coach House at the England's Gate Inn
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Reviewed 5 November 2012

These guys obviously put their heart and soul into the Coach House and adjacent pub. The room was small but had all I needed and the bathroom and shower was well equipped with lovely thick towels. Everything appeared new and well kept. I did have a problem finding the breakfast room as no-one had explained where to go but got there in the end and the Continental brekfast was excellent. It was a bit awkward/noisy having the waitress clearing around me while I was eating which would be my only gripe.

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled solo
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Thank AlRoyale
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Reviewed 21 October 2012

Returning to this part of the country after 20 years and making a late booking at this Inn was the best idea I had in ages. The accommodation in the Coach House is excellent and the staff are friendly and professorial. The food is excellent. Many thanks see you again soon.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled solo
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Thank John W
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Reviewed 7 August 2012

The accommodation in the Coach House is excellent. The room we'd booked (No 4) was very nicely set up, but too small for a couple staying two nights. (It would have been fine for one night.) At no extra charge, we were moved to No 6, which was a little larger. Both of the rooms had really nice bathrooms.
(Two of the other rooms have the beds on a mezzanine level, with a sitting area below. Another has a bathroom set up for disabled access. I know all this because on one of the nights we stayed we were the only guests, and a member of staff showed us the other rooms!)
Continental breakfast was very good, and the food in the pub is really excellent.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank nandc
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Reviewed 23 June 2012

The properties are converted and furnished to a high standard, very clean, tea and coffee making facilities - everything you need was there. There was one big draw-back and that is that it is situated next to a busy noisy road, which spoilt it for us. However, the food and the atmosphere in the pub and restaurant was excellent

Room Tip: Room 1 is right on the road, other rooms may not be quite so noisy.
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank BeanLincolnshire
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Reviewed 11 June 2012

We stayed here for two nights at the end of a short camping trip. Our room was super, a split level ‘suite’ with a modern and clean bathroom. The only slight problem was the en suite was downstairs and bedroom upstairs, with the staircase right next to a full length window! Some voile panels would make life easier as drawing the curtains stopped all the natural light as you got ready.

The bed was really comfy, the facilities spotlessly clean and the décor modern. From looking at the website it was exactly as we expected. The rooms are near the road but this really quietens down at night and we both slept brilliantly.

We ate in the pub on both evenings and were very impressed. It is a lovely traditional inn serving excellent food. It is not cheap but you definitely get what you pay for. I am as tight as they come but felt our meals were very much ‘worth it.’ The chicken main course I ordered on our first night was the best meal I have had in a long time – and no room for dessert as the portion size was huge. There were lovely local ales on tap in there too. (Try the Butty Bach, it’s really good – so good that my husband hit the shops as soon as we were home to stock up!)

Our waiter was totally excellent… a charming and very efficient chap, for whom nothing was too much trouble. I think he was called Richard – what a star! The manager on the other hand… hmmm… not sure which charm school he went to? We witnessed him barking orders at the staff with no ‘please’ or ‘thank you’ at any point. The least said about him the better.

Breakfast was novel, served by a lovely but zany pair of ladies. The space in the dining area is tight and all overnight guests have to sit together. There was plenty of food and it was served until fairly late which makes a nice change. If you want a full English it is £5 extra and has to be ordered the night before.

All in all, we had a good stay however I was disappointed that our room and drinks tray were not refreshed between the first and second nights. With only four little milk pots it meant we weren’t able to have a hot drink in our room on day two. Sort that out and the moody pub manager and it would be five out of five.

Room Tip: The suites are great
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank MrsPog
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