Needham House Hotel
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Needham House Hotel is set in the beautiful village of Little Wymondley just outside Hitchin, offering a perfect retreat for both business and leisure guests. The 4-star boutique hotel is located just 3 miles from Hitchin and 3 miles from Stevenage, the area is very popular for cycling and golfing.
The hotel has 79 beautifully appointed bedrooms, all of which are tastefully decorated with modern furnishings and splashes of design and colour. Needham House Hotel offers guests maximum comfort and amenities include, free Wi-Fi, television, complimentary toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, a telephone and hairdryer.
Needham House Spa provides guests with all they need to relax, unwind and take you on a journey of pure bliss, the spa has treatment rooms, Hammam experiences, Swedish sauna, luxury robes, towels and slipper are provided and there’s a ESPA retail area if you really want to spoil yourself. The SG4 Brasserie at the hotel offers guests the perfect location for an intimate dinner or group parties with its informal seating and large bunker booths, serving a range of great home cooked foods.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 77
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Steam Room Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: STEVENAGE
- Distance: 5.4 kilometres
- Name: LUTON
- Distance: 17 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:30
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 09:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Stevenage Distance: 5.4 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Luton Distance: 17 kilometres
To view our full selection of accommodation in Stevenage, view our hotels in Stevenage page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 385 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Delicious Sunday lunch
Stay Date: 03/2018, Sam_and_Gran wrote this review.
The Needham House Hotel offers classy service and excellent food at affordable prices. We had the garlic soup and ham hock terrine to start, followed by the roast pork and roast beef. Coffee was served with a petits fours selection, which was an exce… See more
The Needham House Hotel offers classy service and excellent food at affordable prices. We had the garlic soup and ham hock terrine to start, followed by the roast pork and roast beef. Coffee was served with a petits fours selection, which was an excellent conclusion to the meal. Collapse
A real let down
Stay Date: 03/2018, Neveroddnoreven wrote this review.
First impressions of Needham House Hotel weren’t overly good as we stepped around the discarded litter and Mac Donald’s condiments in the car park and on the walkway to the hotel. Sadly that was just the start of an utterly miserable visit for a Moth… See more
First impressions of Needham House Hotel weren’t overly good as we stepped around the discarded litter and Mac Donald’s condiments in the car park and on the walkway to the hotel. Sadly that was just the start of an utterly miserable visit for a Mother’s Day afternoon tea... On arrival, we were cast aside to corner with a couple of chairs while the haphazard staff went about clearing us a table. Not what you expect when you have made a booking, especially one for Mother’s Day, and even worse when it takes twenty minutes to arrange a table with the staff seemingly unconcerned as we were sat waiting with two young children in our laps... Finally seated but less than ideal; a small knee high table cobbled together with three low tub style armchairs and one normal height dining chair. Staff didn’t have the common sense to think a 4 year old and a 2 year old might not drink tea, so left to remove the excess cups and saucers ourselves. When the waitress did return and ask for our tea order, I had to point out that we hadn’t been given a menu yet. The teas finally came, and whilst the cakes looked ok there was a distinct lack of sandwiches - 4 finger sandwiches to be precise (for 4 people). When I questioned if we were missing a plate or two of sandwiches, I was informed 1 finger sandwich per person is the usual allocation, but they would ask the chef anyway. What afternoon tea anywhere only has one finger sandwich per person? It doesn’t even make sense as there’s a handful of different types of sandwich listed on the menus... By this point I had come the conclusion that it was late Sunday afternoon, the staff couldn’t be bothered anymore and we were just being turned out the leftovers from the earlier sittings. This argument would seem to be ratified when the waitress returned with some more sandwiches. I’ll let you judge for yourself as I have attached a photo, but they were a tangle tangle of scraps - not acceptable for an establishment pitching itself as a 4* boutique hotel. It was at that point I asked to speak to the manger and got passed off to a young inconsiderate duty manager who didn’t seem to comprehend, or care, about any of the issues experienced. I left my name and contact details for the actual manager to get in touch - don’t imagine they will get passed on so hopefully they’ll read the comments here and take note. We didn’t bother eating any of the cakes as by this point the day was ruined; a thorough disappointment on what was supposed to be a nice Mother’s Day treat. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, annie67Essex wrote this review.
Stayed here last night with my husband on a Groupon deal. Quick check in on arrival and upgraded to an executive room. Girl on reception was very friendly and welcoming. Room 209 was spacious and spotless with a balcony. Bathrooms quite small but sho… See more
Stayed here last night with my husband on a Groupon deal. Quick check in on arrival and upgraded to an executive room. Girl on reception was very friendly and welcoming. Room 209 was spacious and spotless with a balcony. Bathrooms quite small but shower was great. My only criticism of the room is that it’s quite dark,no ceiling light just lamps. Dinner was part of our deal which was delicious,especially the scotch egg starter. Good choice of wines. Breakfast next morning was fresh,hot and plentiful. We had late checkout which meant we could relax after breakfast and not rush to leave. Would recommend this hotel,especially on a special deal. Particular mention to the lady on reception, a definite bonus to the hotel. Collapse
Shocking - and so crafty !
Stay Date: 02/2018, BarristerGirl wrote this review.
My company had booked my 2-night accommodation, so I had to stay here. They and I thought it would be OK - the location is good. That's where it stops. My room was grubby, there was a constant strong drain/sewage smell, lights so dim I couldn't read … See more
My company had booked my 2-night accommodation, so I had to stay here. They and I thought it would be OK - the location is good. That's where it stops. My room was grubby, there was a constant strong drain/sewage smell, lights so dim I couldn't read in my room. Staff seemed demoralised & exploited, told to upsell the 'spa' which another guest told me was unclean and a rip-off. Food was OK but the dining room was like a Wetherspoon's pub and, again, staff were surly and chatting among themselves, very poor impression on management in this place. I was tired the first night but constant door banging and loud TV noise kept me awake. The shower was feeble & too cold so I felt glad when I was ready to leave. At this point I was presented with the bill, and paid it reluctantly as there was apparently no Duty Manager to complain to. When I returned to work, I discovered that my company had paid in full in advance, so I should not have been billed. This was quickly rectified thanks to my credit card company stepping in, but what a crafty con ! Avoid this place at all costs. Collapse
So disappointing spa day
Stay Date: 02/2018, Sarah T wrote this review.
I had reasonably high expectations of the spa due to the fact they use prestigious ESPA products. The introduction to the spa was rushed with no offer of a drink but shown lockers and a robe ( no slippers). The facilities were limited with no jacuz… See more
I had reasonably high expectations of the spa due to the fact they use prestigious ESPA products. The introduction to the spa was rushed with no offer of a drink but shown lockers and a robe ( no slippers). The facilities were limited with no jacuzzi and an extremely bright relaxation room which wasn’t very relaxing. We had a facial and a mini pedicure which took at most 40 mins (together) neither of which were relaxing. We were told we had to get changed from robes to go to lunch which I questioned as I think part of a spa experience is staying relaxed in a robe. The operations manager stomped over ready to do battle with me over this subject and felt her tone was argumentative as apposed to explaining or understanding what I was saying. Lunch was amazing so well done to those people!! Needless to say I will not go back and have put it down to experience Collapse
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