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Wingrove House
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Reviewed 12 June 2016

We stayed last night and could not fault it. We were in a room in the eves like the previous reviewer, however we were able to keep cool even though it was very warm and humid outside. We kept the window open overnight and kept the shutters closed and had the Dyson air blade on a low setting so the room was very comfortable. The bed was amazing and the lovely Ian carried our luggage up the stairs so we were very pleased with the service. Our room was by the roadside but the town is very peaceful and there was no traffic at all after 22.30pm. Had a wonderful meal in the restaurant, the ham-hock terrine was especially good and the fish mains were beautifully presented and delicious. We enjoyed a quiet drink in the dark room afterwards and we will definitely be back again once the dining room is refurbished and the sitting rooms reinstated. Overall very happy with our relaxing peaceful stay.

Room Tip: If you are in the top rooms keep the windows open and the air blade on to create a beautiful breeze.
  • Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
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Saci B, Public Relations Manager at Wingrove House, responded to this reviewResponded 21 June 2016

Lovely to read you enjoyed your stay. We look forward to welcoming you back when the restaurants open, not long now! Thanks for the review.

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Reviewed 9 June 2016 via mobile

We were booked in here by friends with whom we were going to Glyndebourne. This is a review of one of the £200 rooms and breakfast, not the lower priced ones.

Our room was at the top of quite a steep and narrow staircase which you need to navigate with care carrying your luggage. It was in the eaves of the house; at 6 feet I had to stoop when getting in and out of bed and could not sit in the bedroom chairs without moving them from the wall. It was a very hot day and the room being in the roof of the house was very hot. Without the wonderful Dyson air blade we would have had little sleep. But they could have turned this on well before 22.45 when we returned. Even this Dyson takes time to reduce such intense heat.

The bathroom was wonderful in terms of appearance, but the shower pump was weak which being at the top of the house meant hot water took too long to arrive. Sadly the hotel, and our room, are right by a road, which gets noisy given how narrow the street below is. The Dyson subdued some of that noise. So far this was no way a £200 value proposition.

Breakfast was good but is not good enough for me to recommend staying here in a £200 per night room. We miss Chilverbridge House which was a gem, found after getting tired of Old Whyly's mild tyranny. We have only once paid this price or more for a Glyndebourne overnight stay and that was at the Grand Hotel in Brighton in a magnificent sea view room.

The answer may be to shun the £200 rooms and stay here but lower down the house, away from the road and less hot. If you try this hostelry ask for a room away from the road. However I think our search for a good overnight stay near the opera must continue.

Stayed: June 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 25 May 2016 via mobile

Have been going to the Wingrove for a few years now, and it's always been good. The menu is varied and adventurous with lots of local products. The service is just right.
Sadly, Nick is no longer there, but Ian is always personable and professional.

Stayed: May 2016, travelled as a couple
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Saci B, Public Relations Manager at Wingrove House, responded to this reviewResponded 1 June 2016

Lovely words, thank you. Its nice to hear you enjoy the delicious adventure we send you on.

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Reviewed 24 April 2016

Fed up with Indian and Chinese meals for celebrations. Wanted somewhere with a bit of class and quality We found it at this lovely, restful place. Food was very good, highly recommend the cheese cake. Service was helpful and not intrusive. £35 for a three course meal with coffee. Well worth it..

  • Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
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Saci B, Public Relations Manager at Wingrove House, responded to this reviewResponded 27 April 2016

Brilliant review, we hope to see you again!

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Reviewed 17 April 2016 via mobile

My husband and I were looking for a small romantic hotel to stay at for our 9th wedding anniversary and came across Wingrove House whilst trawling the internet. What a great find! On arrival we were given a warm welcome, some information about the village and local area and shown to our room which was on the top floor. The bedroom and bathroom were lovely-a super kingsize bed, stand-alone bath and large monsoon shower (with lovely Temple Spa products). We had a pre dinner drink in the lovely 'snug' area in the hotel and ate dinner in the hotel restaurant. The food was delicious and very reasonable. 2 glasses of champagne, a quality bottle of wine and a very tasty 3 course meal with coffee/tea cost £100. We had a great night's sleep in the comfy bed and it was very quiet (rarely can I say that when staying in a hotel). Breakfast was superb! All the food for breakfast (and dinner) is sourced locally and included everything you could think of! The village is very picturesque and definitely worth a wander around. Overall, we had a wonderful stay and will definitely return.

Stayed: March 2016, travelled as a couple
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Saci B, Public Relations Manager at Wingrove House, responded to this reviewResponded 22 April 2016

I think your title "delightful stay" sums up your time with us well. We are very grateful you chose us out of others to spend your special day at and even better to hear every bit of it was up to a high standard. Thank you for the review, we hope to see you again.

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