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Blenheim House
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Reviewed 19 October 2010

Stayed one night - staff very welcoming and helpful; hotel modern downstairs but with old world charm in four-poster bedroom. Dinner was fantastic, both for myself (non-meat eater) recommending the smoked haddock risotto,and my husband (carnivore) who recommends the steak. Lovely breakfast too.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank barbarabuck
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Reviewed 1 August 2010

I dined here with my parents on a Monday night and we ate off the 3 course a la carte menu (3 courses and bottle of wine for two for £40 - great value). The hotel itself is stylish and comfortable, lovely glasses for drinks and linens etc. The food was fantastic, the chicken especially was fabulous. This place is a gem in the beautiful village of Etwall and we will definitely be returning regularly.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled with family
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Thank LEH_56
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Reviewed 19 July 2010

We stayed for 2 nights in july for a base to explore some of the beautiful Derbyshire countryside. On arrival we were greeted by the owner who showed us to our rooms, the rooms were well equiped and we both enjoyed 2 comfortable nights sleep. The food in the restaurant was very good, well presented and the staff were attentive & friendly. Overall, a very good stay, would recommend.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank wjb1979
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Reviewed 6 July 2010

We stayed for two nights and were looked after from the moment of arrival to our departure. Russell, the manager of this unusual 'tied' pub/hotel (owned by a famous Burton-on-Trent Brewery, Marstons), was in complete charge ably assisted by his chef and other staff. We were only able to indulge in dinner on one evening as we were attending a concert the second day but we were more than satisfied with the choice and presentation of food and wine. Breakfasts were as large and varied in choice as you could wish - no diy buffet - Russell took our order from a seemingly infinite selection and it was brought to us freshly prepared. Value for money and different!

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank FrankPoole
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Reviewed 20 June 2010

Stayed In June 2010 for a friend's function. Lovely, quiet, leafy village location. This hotel has a modern, comfortable interior - all squashy leather sofas and tub chairs. Very warm and friendly staff, especially the owner. Room (£75 incl b/fast) was adequate size, very comfortable beds with thick feather duvet and pillows, and lots of character but a few knocks and grazes - the owner says they are due for a revamp soon. Bathroom tiny, but clean. Plasma TV with Freeview, full length mirror (hurrah!). Our room was right at the front on the main road, but no traffic. Can't comment on the restaurant, but if the function food and breakfast was anything to go by - excellent. Breakfast served until 11am on the weekend and papers delivered to room. Very relaxed attitude to checking in and out, and it took us a few minutes to find the front door on arrival! Only down side was that the relaxed attitude to running the place can sometime feel like it's all slightly disorganised - however, the owners had a 9 week old baby which may go some way to explaining that, and the friendliness of the owner more than made up for it; it is definitely somewhere you would remember staying at. Would recommend to anyone.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank chillaxingliz
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