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The Queens Head Hotel
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    Reviewed 1 June 2009

    We stayed here for a Wedding on the weekend. The B&B is right next door to the main pub and although the outside of the building is nothing to right home about, inside it's a different story. The Cottage that houses the B & B is very cosy and well furnished. Breakfast was delicious and the pub in the evening, although quiet was a comfortable place to spend our time. With 8 real ales and decent pub grub it was just what we were looking for before heading off to the wedding (Which was beautiful by the way - congrats John and Wendy).

    • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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    Reviewed 18 February 2009

    We stayed at the Queens Head hotel for a friend's wedding. I chose it as it had a pub with several real ales on. The pub is a pleasant old cosy place located next to Congleton station.

    Maybe it was my error when reading about it online but I only realised the room was not on suite when we were being taken to the room, which is in an annexe on the side of the pub. The room itself was clean, small with some rustic charm yet nothing spectacular, and over the two days we stayed there we did begin to notice a slight damp caravan smell. As I say, this may have only been our room and wasn't too bad. There are two communal bathrooms with shower for only four rooms, so it wasn't a huge inconvenience and the bathrooms were spotlessly clean with good showers.

    The view from our room was of the unattractive railway station across the road, though we hadn't come for the view. Considering we were next to the West Coat mainline we didn't really notice the trains at all.

    The staff in the pub were friendly and helpful and the breakfast was good. The pub, though quiet on Thursday, was busy on Friday night and has an excellent range of real ales.

    Overall it was OK. I'd give it 3.5 stars as it must have been my mistake not to notice the lack of en-suite facilities and we had a pleasant stay, but I can't go as far as to tick the 4 circles as to say it's very good because I've had much better en-suite experiences for just an extra tenner and the room developed a slight damp odour. I would still recommend it though if you are travelling by train or are happy not to have your own bathroom for £25 pppn if sharing.

    • Stayed: December 2008, travelled as a couple
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    Stayed: March 2018
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