considering the area i wasnt really expecting much from a hotel that was only £72 a night,therefore i wasnt dissappointed!..lets start with the check in..they couldnt find our booking!!!! after around a 20 minute wait,it was found,however,we had booked a twin and a family,the family was meant to be a double and 2 singles,we were given a double and a sofa bed...now to the rooms themselves..we had to ask for the teas/coffee etc to be filled as there was none..and the room was rather dusty,but having spoken to the cleaner i ended up feeling sorry for her as she was working alone,covering the whole hotel!!my sister had a fantastic nights sleep in room 217,we werent so lucky,room 112 has to be the noisiest room i have ever stayed in,next to the drive to carpark,above the night exit...from 11pm-2.30am the night exit door was going constantly,every time someone came in it slammed shut,causing our room to shake!!!then at 6am,the fans kicked in for the kitchens..resulting in around 3 hrs sleep all night for me and my daughter,though my son and grandaughter managed a little more...now to the breakfast(continental inc in price)...we were down for breakfast around 9am,and found only 2 other tables occupied,so it wasnt busy...we had to ask for the juice to be filled up...had to ask for the white bread to be replenished,same with the butter...then shock,horror,no tea-bags!!at this point i was ready to find the nearest mcds!!!every time we asked for anything,we were greeted with a rather surly look as if we were asking for the world,when in fact all we wanted was what we paid for...the final straw was when i went to make a brew(after some tea-bags had been thrown on the table) and the hot water machine was empty..at this point i gave up and returned to my room for a brew....when we checked out,i pointed out the noise level of the room,to be told my comments would be passed on,the person checking us out was only a barman!
its true,you get what you pay for,this hotel could be amazing...but sadly its far from it!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This historic hotel in Weybridge is a great base if you're looking for accommodation with easy access to Central London, which is just 20 minutes away by train. Close to Chertsey, Addleston and the M25, it's popular with city-dwellers seeking a country retreat, or for anyone planning a business trip or short break in Surrey.The lodge is built on one of King Henry VIII's old hunting spots - a connection celebrated by paintings and engravings lining the staircase up to the 19 comfy bedrooms. Full of period charm, the pub offers cosy corners, roaring log-fires and seasonal food and drink aplenty.There's no shortage of things to see and do nearby, particularly for car enthusiasts. The area is rich in motoring heritage, with Brooklands, the birthplace of British motorsport and home to Mercedes Benz World, right on the doorstep. You might even see some vintage wheels gracing the pub car-park from time to time.Other attractions worth a visit include Hampton Court Palace and Thorpe Park, both just a short drive away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Oatlands Chaser Hotel Weybridge
- Innkeeper's Lodge Weybridge Surrey