Needham House Hotel
(Stevenage (Nr)) 4 4 Star:
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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 365 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Do not hire this venue for your event. Health and Safety not taken seriously at all.
Stay Date: 12/2017, Dave J G wrote this review.
I'm in a function band that was playing at a function in a marquee within this hotel last night. During our first set, our keyboard player noticed a leak from the ceiling onto his keyboard, it wasn't raining outside, but with the snow last week, we … See more
I'm in a function band that was playing at a function in a marquee within this hotel last night. During our first set, our keyboard player noticed a leak from the ceiling onto his keyboard, it wasn't raining outside, but with the snow last week, we had all kinds of thoughts about what it could have been. So we stopped and told the staff. The manager came over and told us he'd do something, then never appeared again. so we made an executive decision to move all of our equipment (We're a five piece band with full PA and lights) to a different part of the marquee that wasn't leaking. This took 30 minutes and no staff helped (or even offered to help) move the tables that were in the way or to clear the area we were moving to. The floor in the marquee was also ridiculously bouncy. Even if someone was just walking things would move around. Imagine having forty to fifty people dancing and jumping around. both myself and the bass player got sea sick. Our speaker stacks were also swaying so dangerously that we often needed to stop playing our instruments to hold them to stop them from falling. At the end of the night I went up to the manager and asked if anyone else had noticed these problems before. His response: "You shouldn't be so big" - I'm a tall guy, but even the smallest person was causing the floor to vibrate just by walking. Quite frankly the managers approach to the health and safety of both his guests and workers is appalling. i'm not one to complain about gig venues publicly, but his response was disgusting. Collapse
Save your money and stay at home
Stay Date: 12/2017, matthewjameskershaw wrote this review.
A summary of our thoughts. Very pretty location, albeit poorly signposted. Hotel decoration is very chic with lots of windows in the entrance hall to make it bright. That’s about the limit of the positives. The bedroom is like a rabbit warren. There … See more
A summary of our thoughts. Very pretty location, albeit poorly signposted. Hotel decoration is very chic with lots of windows in the entrance hall to make it bright. That’s about the limit of the positives. The bedroom is like a rabbit warren. There is just one low-wattage ceiling light by the bedroom door, so you can hardly see a thing. They have put in couple of lamps, but these are also very low-wattage and no real benefit to the lighting in the room. You can see just enough to point out where they’ve painted damaged walls with the wrong colour. For some reason there is a window between the shower and the bedroom. But don’t worry, you won’t be spending a long time in the shower as they have no hot water. It was temporarily lukewarm at best, and this was not just our room as friends in the hotel had the exact same problem. The bedroom does come with a large fitted wardrobe but unfortunately you won’t be able to use it as it was fitted so close to the bed you can’t open the doors. As for the bed itself, the bed was satisfactory. But don’t have a pillow fight as they are so firm that you could inflict serious injury. Our greatest frustration, however, was the absolute lack of soundproofing. Other guests had to walk past our door to get their rooms, and there were a number of fire doors that slammed shut and kept us awake most of the night. Although there is no way we would recommend anybody to spend the night or weekend here, the food was good. Catered well if you have specific dietary requirements, very accommodating of allergies. The reception staff were friendly and helpful. Collapse
Thoroughly enjoyable Sunday lunch
Stay Date: 12/2017, mandapeacock wrote this review.
Took advantage of a groupon deal for a Sunday lunch on a grey December Sunday. What a surprise! A lovely meal overall. Good attentive service, lovely food (the usual roast etc) and very good value. Looks a lovely hotel to stay at as well. Would highl… See more
Took advantage of a groupon deal for a Sunday lunch on a grey December Sunday. What a surprise! A lovely meal overall. Good attentive service, lovely food (the usual roast etc) and very good value. Looks a lovely hotel to stay at as well. Would highly recommend a meal there. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, rojoba1 wrote this review.
The food in the restaurant was exceptional . For a few wines , meal and coffee for two there was no change from £100. However this was money very well spent . I could lost this as one of the best meals I've ever eaten. The bedroom was a bit dull and… See more
The food in the restaurant was exceptional . For a few wines , meal and coffee for two there was no change from £100. However this was money very well spent . I could lost this as one of the best meals I've ever eaten. The bedroom was a bit dull and basic , but it was clean and tidy. Collapse
Great Hotel, Excellent Restaurant, Spa Needs Jacuzzis!!!
Stay Date: 11/2017, Russell N wrote this review.
We had a Groupon deal for 2 nights with Dinner and Prosecco on the first night, breakfast on both mornings, and 'spa' access for £139. For that price theres very little to complain with, the one and only gripe is the spa is not a spa... it is a small… See more
We had a Groupon deal for 2 nights with Dinner and Prosecco on the first night, breakfast on both mornings, and 'spa' access for £139. For that price theres very little to complain with, the one and only gripe is the spa is not a spa... it is a small sauna (4 people MAX) and small steam room. To me a spa, as per the definition of the word, involves water, perhaps a Jacuzzi or pool etc. and not just the aforementioned sauna and steam room. With that out the way, the rest of our stay was excellent, we were initially given a very small room (room 319) and upon raising this with reception we were then moved to room 307, literally twice the size with a bigger bed, and to be honest it was what we expected our room would be in the first place! The hotels customer service in changing our room with no hassle is why I'm giving them 5 stars instead of 4. The food in the restaurant is very good indeed, I highly recommend the Ham Hock and Pea Terrine to start, excellent quality. The chefs look like they pay a high level of attention to their work and I absolutely appreciate that. The staff in the restaurant were excellent too, friendly and attentive. A special mention goes out to Tom, he was one of our waiters and made an extremely good espresso martini for us on both nights we stayed. Top marks sir, your effort are very much appreciated! I would definitely recommend staying here, however do not base your stay on the spa facilities. To the management: I would strongly recommend you install one or two Jacuzzis, to me, and everyone else that we talked to who stayed at your otherwise excellent hotel, it is a very much missed facility. It would complete your spa and it would actually allow you to use the word spa while being in keeping to the words definition. Kind regards and thank you for a very enjoyable stay! (More enjoyable had you of had a Jacuzzi!) R. Newton. Collapse
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