De Vere Theobalds Estate (2 Night Offer & 1st Night Dinner)
(Cheshunt) 3 3 Star:
Per Person Per 2 Nights
- Includes dinner on the first night of stay
- Surrounded by 55 acres of beautiful parkland
- Free parking at hotel
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Dinner Deal Details
- Stay for 2 night's bed and breakfast and receive dinner on the first night of your stay. Dinner will be a 2 course set menu.
Surrounded by 55 acres of beautiful parkland and set within a stunning Georgian mansion the De Vere Theobalds Estate is an awe inspiring property, perfect for a relaxing and peaceful short break in the country. Despite being so remote and tranquil the De Vere Theobalds Estate is just 10 mile from all the sights, sounds and shops of central London. The hotel is easily accessible from London by rail (Liverpool Street) and by air from London City, Luton or Stansted Airports.
With lovely walks around the gardens, a croquet lawn and mini-gym there is lots of ways to keep active and feel alive at the De Vere Theobalds Estate. After soaking up the great outdoors, soothe those hunger pangs in the stylish, elegant and yet relaxed restaurant. Superbly fresh and delicious food is accompanied by fine wine and excellent service at the De Vere Theobalds Estate.
After a long luxurious day at the De Vere Theobalds Estate sleep easy in the beautifully designed and appointed guest rooms. With emphasis on convenience and comfort each room has a large bed, en-suite bathroom, LCD TV, safe, telephone and refreshments tray.
Stay two nights with Superbreak on our fantastic De Vere Theobalds Estate 2 Night Offer and 1st Night Dinner deal and sit to a sumptuous evening meal on the first night of stay.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 3
- Total Rooms Number: 110
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: CHESHUNT
- Distance: 3 miles
- Name: STANSTED
- Distance: 25 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:30
- Monday to Friday: 06:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Cheshunt Distance: 3 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Stansted Distance: 25 miles
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.3 out of 5 based on 8 reviews
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 4.3 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.1 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.5 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 900 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
De Vere Theobalds Park
Stay Date: 08/08/2011, a customer who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
A delightful venue with acres of parkland, well-kept gardens and a large interesting mansion. Coffee, tea of all kinds, fruit and biscuits are available free at all times at several points around the building. What a bonus! the staff are excellent an… See more
A delightful venue with acres of parkland, well-kept gardens and a large interesting mansion. Coffee, tea of all kinds, fruit and biscuits are available free at all times at several points around the building. What a bonus! the staff are excellent and efficient and the restaurant food at dinner, although the menu is a little limited, is well presented, plentiful and well cooked. The breakfast buffet was also most adequate and fresh. My wife and i stayed for two days and it felt like we'd spent a week away. A lovely place for a complete rest. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 5 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 5 out of 5
- Breakfast: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
The worst De Vere of the group
Stay Date: 03/2018, DevonLocky wrote this review.
There is no where to sit in the bar area, had to order room service. Took 10x mins to get a phone call ordered. Ordered a pizza it then took 1:30hr to arrive, when it did there was no coleslaw which I ordered & the pizza was the bland boring pizza I … See more
There is no where to sit in the bar area, had to order room service. Took 10x mins to get a phone call ordered. Ordered a pizza it then took 1:30hr to arrive, when it did there was no coleslaw which I ordered & the pizza was the bland boring pizza I have ever seen or eaten, total waste of 1:30hr & £17:50 the rooms fine internets crap & overprices in general ! Don’t bother with this place making money from crap. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, Tony M wrote this review.
Stayed on a last minute deal during the snow. Arrived approx 11pm having struggled over 5 hours to get there due to weather (should have taken 2 hrs max!). Sat Nav took us to rear gates, which said to press button to gain access. After 3 presses ende… See more
Stayed on a last minute deal during the snow. Arrived approx 11pm having struggled over 5 hours to get there due to weather (should have taken 2 hrs max!). Sat Nav took us to rear gates, which said to press button to gain access. After 3 presses ended up phoning the hotel to get the gates opened. Check in was fine, and we were offered a choice of rooms. We opted for a room in the Manor House. Mistake No1. This is a lovely old Georgian building with high ceilings, sash windows etc. The room was tired, but that was OK as we just wanted a bed for the night (we were flying from Stansted next morning). The radiators were on, but the room was freezing. There were no extra blankets in the room, so we used the towels to try & keep warm. Breakfast was enjoyable with a good selection on offer. When we checked out we comnplained about the lack of blankets & were told that they were all being used in other rooms. That didn't help us. We requested to speak with the manager, but were unable to, but were promised an email. Email did not arrive. This could have been a much more positive review with a couple of very small amends. My advice would be not to stay in the Manor House rooms when it's cold. Will think twice next time before using this property again. Collapse
Birthday celebration and a night stay
Stay Date: 03/2018, Jolita K wrote this review.
The estate itself is beautiful - big grounds, plenty of open space and everything is newly done/renovated. However, customer service is poor due to either ignorance or poor training to their own staff members. Restaurant looks nice, and breakfast, I… See more
The estate itself is beautiful - big grounds, plenty of open space and everything is newly done/renovated. However, customer service is poor due to either ignorance or poor training to their own staff members. Restaurant looks nice, and breakfast, I would say, was the best experience - huge variety of food, fresh and clean. However, dinner time was terrible. Waiters are badly if at all trained. They don't make an eye contact with their customers; after someone finished eating and left the table, the staff left tables dirty for the whole evening, so the restaurant was populated with dirty tables and staff just wandered around which includes supervisors and managers. Bad serving manners. When it came to paying a bill they included things into the bill that we did not order. Thankfully I noticed it and saved us £25. They charged us for food we did not order. We had to ask them to bring us water with lemon 3 times, and yet they brought water without lemon, so had to remind that once more. Clearing table manners are terrible. They don't seem to have a clue how to use trays neither. Then serving food they assumed what each of us ordered rather than ask, so we had to correct a waitress. Menu very poor with choices. The heating system did not work in the room at all, so it was freezing cold; needed to ask for a heater. The bar... waiters not trained or very poorly trained, however they were more willing to connect with their customer than a restaurant staff. Not sure whether will be returning there... Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, CBarratt wrote this review.
Took me forever to understand how to get into the hotel as my sat nav brought me to what looked like a service entry. After a few attempts at ringing the intercom, they told me it was an entrance and let me in. Hotel was good and clean, and the rooms… See more
Took me forever to understand how to get into the hotel as my sat nav brought me to what looked like a service entry. After a few attempts at ringing the intercom, they told me it was an entrance and let me in. Hotel was good and clean, and the rooms were nicely decorated. Would stay again on leisure. Collapse
You can't blame a hotel for its guests
Stay Date: 02/2018, magwai88 wrote this review.
I had an early start for an event in Enfield on Saturday and so I decided to travel down a day early and wanted an overnight stay, somewhere quiet and local. The De Vere Hotel impressed me immediately with its website and the grounds on the old Theo… See more
I had an early start for an event in Enfield on Saturday and so I decided to travel down a day early and wanted an overnight stay, somewhere quiet and local. The De Vere Hotel impressed me immediately with its website and the grounds on the old Theobald's Estate which in the past had been a favourite stopover of Sir Winston Churchill during the war owing to its close proximity to The Royal Small Arms factory. The surrounding area is where Thomas Edison established the light bulb factory that illuminated Britain and was a beacon of technology that attracted workers from all over. As Britain fought its way through, and out of The Great Depression it was Enfield that stood as the technology hub. The estate at that time boasted architectural carvings that now adorn Paternoster Square in the City of London. Whilst Enfield, and the RSA has faded from importance in the 20th century history of Britain, This venue hints at the past and the great decisions made there. The success and failure of any hotel often rests on the shoulders of its reception staff. I am pleased to say that Amanda is a star that is a credit to the group along with everyone else I encountered during my stay. The fact that I had to contact her as often as I did on the Friday night was not her fault, and she dealt with everything in a completely professional manner. This hints that all was not well. I had checked ahead that all rooms were stocked with ironing boards. I had things I needed to iron ready for the next day and couldn't find an ironing board in the room where I was told it would be. This required a trip down to Amanda who arranged for an ironing board to brought up to me. I located the iron in the room however previous guests had clearly not used it properly with burn marks on the flat ironing side of it. This required another trip down to reception where Amanda and her highly professional colleagues went and sought a replacement. I actually ended up with one of the professional quality housekeeping and laundry irons which was brilliant, so thanks again to the reception staff. All of this is not the fault of the hotel but of previous guests, hence the title of this review. The hotel is large. If you don't look where you are going then you can get lost in in the intricacies of the old manor house. I passed several confused looking guests during my stay who all shared the same baffled expression. As the hour grew later and they had spent longer in the bar this grew into expressions of frustration, usually accompanied by loud Anglo Saxon expressions that could be heard long into the night. This is also the first time that I have stayed at a hotel when I was told that I could not eat dinner in the restaurant. There was apparently a conference booked that meant that no non-conference guest could be accommodated. I was directed to the bar with its bar stools and lounge tables but it really wasn't the same as a dinner table and what looked to be an excellent dinner menu. I understand that sometimes hotels become full but I do question a hotel that is not capable of seating all its guests for dinner. I have stayed in hotels all around the world and never has this happened before. One final thing, and possibly linked to the above. At one point in the evening I was in the bar and required the restroom. I journeyed out into the foyer and found wrapping of a McDonald's dinner next to the toilet. Nearly 2 hours later I returned my visit to find the McDonald's packaging still on the floor. I therefore wonder how often the bathrooms are inspected. At the end of the day, I stayed for one night on a busy night. I was able to sleep and Amanda arranged for a car to take on to my destination the next morning. No harm done, and I can't fault the staff. The bar clearly became the domain of whatever conference was going on and the crescendo of intoxication swelled throughout the evening. When it become too much I retired to my room. All of this suggests to me that if you are staying at the De Vere, then please do enjoy the grounds and the professionalism of the staff, just avoid the other guests like the plague. If you can, ask ahead to see if the restaurant is available, and whether they can serve anything similar delivered to your room. Collapse
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