Pendley Manor Hotel
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Pendley Manor Hotel prides itself on offering guests the very warmest welcome, beautiful surroundings and the highest standards of service. This grade II listed Hertfordshire hotel is set in 35 acres of beautifully landscaped and wooded parkland close to the picturesque Hertfordshire town of Tring. The hotel is little more than an hour from Central London, very close to the M1 and M25 motorways.
At the Pendley Manor Hotel you will find comfortable and well appointed bedrooms and suites, perfect whether your stay is for business or pleasure. The hotel has 73 bedrooms including 33 rooms with four poster beds, 4 executive rooms, 2 suites and 2 family rooms.
During your stay you will also be able to enjoy complimentary use of the Leisure Club, which includes: indoor heated swimming pool, gymnasium, sauna & steam room, spa bath and croquet lawn. In the in-house restaurant the Head Chef and his team produce highly imaginative dishes inspired by a very contemporary approach. Only the finest, freshest ingredients are used, sourced locally wherever possible, culminating in the restaurant's 2 AA Rosette award.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 3
- Total Rooms Number: 72
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Pool/Snooker Free: Yes
- Steam Room Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Snack Bar
- Name: Chesham
- Distance: 15 miles
- Name: Tring Station
- Distance: 1 mile
- Name: Luton Airport
- Distance: 18 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 09:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Highchairs available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Chesham Distance: 15 miles
- Nearest Rail Name: Tring Station Distance: 1 mile
- Nearest Airport Name: Luton Airport Distance: 18 miles
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1023 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 01/2017, AlanB1960 wrote this review.
The last time I visited this place was 25 years ago, as part of a training course through work and it has changed a bit since then, new management and a big refurbishment etc, and although this place is going through the refurbishment at present, it … See more
The last time I visited this place was 25 years ago, as part of a training course through work and it has changed a bit since then, new management and a big refurbishment etc, and although this place is going through the refurbishment at present, it this does not stop you from having a great time and enjoying the facilities here. The staff were excellent and went the extra mile to make you feel welcome and comfortable, especially the waiting staff over breakfast and dinner. We had food in the restaurant on the first night and although the menu is not extensive, what was served up was delicious, of excellent quality and very good value for money, as was the house wine we ordered with the food. The breakfast was a buffet style breakfast with plenty of hot and cold breakfast items to choose from, with toast and Tea/Coffee served at your table by the excellent staff, who lit up the breakfast room with their happy smiles. Well worth a visit if you are in the area. Collapse
Anniversary night away
Stay Date: 01/2017, HappyTraveller220989 wrote this review.
We booked via secret escapes for my parents 35th anniversary, 3course meal, bed and breakfast. Lovely. My dad called to say it was a surprise and when they check in not to let on me and my partner and my sister and her partner were coming to surprise… See more
We booked via secret escapes for my parents 35th anniversary, 3course meal, bed and breakfast. Lovely. My dad called to say it was a surprise and when they check in not to let on me and my partner and my sister and her partner were coming to surprise my mum, which they did! The hotel was lovely, big old manor, however, upon arrival, scaffolding over half of the building, not what you expect but working in the hotel business myself I understand you have to do work when it's quietest... Check was easy, straight to our room, we paid extra for a newer double room... first glance, everything was lovely, then it dawned on us it was an accessible room. It had really low sinks, and a wet room for a show that when the shower was turned on, turned the whole room into a swimming pool changing room. Upon surprising my mum, it turned out they too had been given an accessible room too! Now, after several conversations with the hotel prior to arrival, you think someone may have picked up on this and thought to possibly give them at least a nicer room. Dinner was lovely, accommodated to dietary requirements and which was really nice of them to do The, what I assume to be restaurant manager, was amazing. Really lovely, chatted endlessly with my parents, took the mickey out of my dad and sisters boyfriend for being Tottenham fans, just a really lovely guy who quite clearly loves his job. Refreshing to see. Upon check out, we, my mum and I, brought to the receptionists attention about the accessible room and said how it would of been nice to have been notified that was the type of room we had been given, looked completely disinterested as to what we said, offered no real apology or acknowledgement of what we had said. This put a dampener on our visit. In all, we enjoyed our time, but a few things stopped this stay from being a great one and instead just made it an ok one. Collapse
Refurb or no refurb - very poor!
Stay Date: 01/2017, Bottomle wrote this review.
Arrived at the hotel - drove down the drive to be confronted by a group of grumpy builders telling me I didn't read the signs and they'd closed the private road into the hotel, and you were been diverted, not the case AT ALL! No signs present, even w… See more
Arrived at the hotel - drove down the drive to be confronted by a group of grumpy builders telling me I didn't read the signs and they'd closed the private road into the hotel, and you were been diverted, not the case AT ALL! No signs present, even went back out later there were a couple of signs but not on the direction I came into the hotel, so far from obvious! A lovely warm welcome from a gaggle of grumpy builders just what I wanted on a Monday evening , and proceeded to argue with me till I drove off! Anyway, beautiful building, ignore the fencing & railings and metal roof structure on the floor (seriously this doesn't put me off! Just have friendlier builders on site? You are promoting a £5 million pound refurb - with that much money surely you can afford good HAPPY builders?? I would for 5 million! Anyway...) Go to reception which was manned by a very polite lady who sadly couldn't do anything so had to find her colleague to check us in- hotel felt very deserted but this wasn't an issue. Checked in to 101, went up the beautiful stair case- into the hottest room I've ever had! It was like the Eden project! And it was massively dated, and just very very poor. Went to reception, told them they weren't prepared to move me offered a fan (it's January its winter! It's not my body that's off it's the room!) told me maintenance would stop by and look I went to the bar to work & have a coffee lovely setting, very in keeping , and lovely quiet place to work with the occasional squawk from the peacocks who roam the grounds, very tranquil and lovely! Went back to check on how the tropical climate was doing in my room, sadly the plants were withered and I'm sure I saw a couple of lizards and the occasional camel walk past, which one usually associates with the desert, if only we had a monsoon shower in the room to cool down! I went back to reception, and enough was enough I told the receptionist we MUST move which he finally did to room 41 - one of the refurb rooms, which was lovely, brand new inside, gorgeous - the 5 million pounds is been well spent , and when the refurb is over I'm sure will be beautiful! However, my problem now was I paid & booked a 4 poster room in the main house, now I've been cast out to a very charming lovey room but new build, and not really why I chose to stay at the hotel. My last ditch attempt back to reception. Not to complain just to express my utter disappointment from my unfriendly builder back lash welcome, move rooms twice and not getting the room I had booked. A very polite lady on reception now took charge, and miraculously found me another room! 4 poster, same as the category I had booked and was room 104, AT LAST! Much better , temperature was perfect, great room size, and as I expected very very dated I think it's the original bathroom from when the hotel was built in the 1800's but that's now the point, it now matched what I wanted. Why they didn't allocate me this room (which was far better than 101!) in the first place I don't know. Yes 104 is bigger but it was empty so why no allocate it than putting guests through all of that and allocating such a shocking standard of room The room I stayed in was far from good or even great with dated facilities , and an overall slightly dirty feel about it and a tv from around 1999 with the full size back on, but there was something charming about the room Overall, I think when the refurb is complete it will be a lovely hotel, right now feels like a building site outside, and the rooms something from a bygone era. Perhaps they should have closed and relaunched after the work and refurb but that would be terrible business sense (and that's coming from myself, a hard nosed Jew!) Perhaps when the refurb is finished I'll consider coming back to see what it's like, but for now, I think a travel lodge would be better (and that's saying something!) Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, julie t wrote this review.
We stayed overnight on the £109 package including dinner and breakfast this weekend. What fantastic vfm!! no complaints whatsoever. We were greeted at reception and shown to our room. We stayed in a refurbished room which was very pleasant. The pool… See more
We stayed overnight on the £109 package including dinner and breakfast this weekend. What fantastic vfm!! no complaints whatsoever. We were greeted at reception and shown to our room. We stayed in a refurbished room which was very pleasant. The pool and jacuzzi were very nice. The manor was charming. All service was great and the staff were lovely. The three course meal included in the price was very nice. The grounds were very green and pleasant and the peacocks made an appearance. The bar was very cosy. We will definitely be returning. Collapse
One Step Forward - One Step Back!
Stay Date: 12/2016, DaveLD1 wrote this review.
I last reviewed this hotel about 5 years ago and to cut a long story short the food was great but the accommodation was not quite up to par. The hotel has now changed ownership and a lot has changed, unfortunately not all the changes are improvements… See more
I last reviewed this hotel about 5 years ago and to cut a long story short the food was great but the accommodation was not quite up to par. The hotel has now changed ownership and a lot has changed, unfortunately not all the changes are improvements. The food in general is not as good as it used to be, breakfast was adequate but not memorable in any way, leading up to Christmas their Festive Faire' was basic, with limited choice and the same every night, the 'Special' Christmas Eve buffet was very disappointing with many of the Festive Faire selection making a return appearance with the added attraction that you had to get it your self! Christmas Day lunch was not as good as it was on my last visit, I think a lot of it was delivered and not prepared on site. While the main dining room is very grand, it was also very cold most of the time! However to give the staff credit where I can , they usually managed to find a mobile radiator which helped. On the positive side the room we stayed in was much improved, a good size, very clean and very comfortable which everything you would expect to find with one of the best showers I have come across in a while. My only slight moan is about the overhanging cupboard over the tea/coffee making area, a classic case of aesthetics over practicality - every time I leant forward to pick up something I bashed my head on the overhanging cupboard! My only other comment concerns the reception staff - the dayshift are very good and very efficient, the cover when they go home could probably do with a little more training! - although most of the staff we encountered were keen and happy to help. The new management have made some very obvious improvements to the accommodation- all they have to do now is get the food as good as it used to be, by maybe preparing a lot more of it on site and they will be on to a winner. Collapse
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