Lovely grounds and beautiful old building to return to with lovely atmosphere. Duvet on bed of poor quality with lumps in some places and no filling in others. Confused they would even consider putting on any hotel bed. Only good enough for the rubbish bin. Requested a change but only slightly better.
Food in restaurant confusing, the menu was not what was put on the plate, but my husbands steak and chips was excellent. Restaurant manager very understanding and listened well to our concerns.
Arrived late but reception desk friendly and accommodating. Cavernous reception area. Room pleasant décor a bit drab. Bar good but expensive. Breakfast disappointing tea from a thermos when four staff were greeting at the door.
Traveller from Salisbury
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Just stayed one night here on business and had a good night's sleep. I was too late to eat in the restaurant so I had a meal in the bar (tikka masala) which was a bit bland and difficult to eat because of the way it was served.
Otherwise, the hotel and it's surroundings are very pleasant.
We really enjoyed our stay at the Vicarage Hotel - the bed was comfy, service was exceptional and food and facilities were great.
As it was myself and boyfriend who stayed, we really liked the dart board and pool table (and board games!) as they kept us entertained in the evening.
The service at breakfast in the morning was fantastic and the food was extremely tasty. It's all of the little touches which really make a difference to us. We loved the individual milk bottles and how the butter is left in water to keep it fresh.
The only part I would say was a little disappointing was in the room we stayed in, it had an adjoining door to the next room. As this seemed to be just one single door we could hear everything next door was saying word for word as well as the rustling of opening a biscuit packet. This wasn't a huge problem as they weren't ridiculously noisy, however we felt as if we needed to not talk so loud as we didn't want to disturb them!
All in all it was a very positive stay and if we are in the area again we would definitely book in.
Thank you! :)
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People in adjoining bedroom noisy at 6 am, slamming their bedroom door and talking in very loud voices. Bed was comfortable and room, although small, was of a reasonable standard. Good breakfast options. Not suitable for a long stay.
Traveller from West Wales
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Stayed for one night, last minute booking. Hotel is nice enough, but they've got the decor all wrong. An impressive Victorian hotel on the outside, on the inside you find it's been painted with pastel colours and given a minimalist setup. That jars with the layout of the place. It should look like as it was intended to look in the Victorian era: packed with warm colours, lots of pictures and furniture. My room was ok, spacious, therefore a bit cold so an electric heater was included. If you're a trainspotter then my room overlooking the station would be ideal. If hearing trains go past isn't you thing then this is not the place for you.
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Predominantly known as a railway town, Crewe's history stems from its importance as a major junction and rail engineering base. The town is still fantastically connected and is a frequent stop for travelers heading to the Northwest of the UK. The expansive Queen's Park is a fine area for locals and visitors alike, featuring a lake with boat hire, an outdoor gym, and a golf course.