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 963 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 10/2016, Marebay wrote this review.
Attended a family wedding at the hotel, wedding and reception were good, however the hotel room booking was appalling. Rooms booked months ago, needed room next to my disabled Mother. Arrive to find rooms far apart, final get rooms opposite each othe… See more
Attended a family wedding at the hotel, wedding and reception were good, however the hotel room booking was appalling. Rooms booked months ago, needed room next to my disabled Mother. Arrive to find rooms far apart, final get rooms opposite each other on the 2nd floor. Then the lift fails! Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, BazTheMan wrote this review.
Family visit that proved to be a big mistake. We booked room 224 and 205. 224 is a large room ensuite with superking size bed. 205 is a standard double. Its hard to know where to start here, as our intent was to have a little luxury and meet in house… See more
Family visit that proved to be a big mistake. We booked room 224 and 205. 224 is a large room ensuite with superking size bed. 205 is a standard double. Its hard to know where to start here, as our intent was to have a little luxury and meet in house with our family. On arrival the staff were helpful and friendly and the overall image is one of Victorian grandure. We made our way to our room having settled our 2 daughters into their room. It was very very hot in 224 and the radiator didn't seem to turn off so we opened the windows as far as they would go. The tv was from the 1970's era when they were as deep as they were wide and not digital, shocking picture quality, no working radio channel, no volume adjustment. Then I looked at the coffee table and rather than calling room service I wrote 'clean me' in the dust...... The bathroom was a little better but had the remnants of soap scum where the tiles meet the bath and was in the early stages of turning the silicon black in the corners and round the shower screen fittings. Overall it was probably nice when refurbished in the 90's but today it is not worth the money they charged us and is reflected in their attention to detail. Inspection over, we went down to the bar, our family arrived and we ordered eight meals and the waiter invited us through to the dining room. Again dated décor but polite staff. We can only give a mixed opinion on the food. Some ok others not so. An example was salmon for a starter but no lemon accompanying, a rib eye steak that was exceptionally small for £22 and tough (medium rare was the order) Cheese board with floppy celery and slightly brown green grapes, no butter provided to put on the stale crackers oh and a small cheese knife would have been nice. Overcooked mushrooms accompanying the Tagliatelle. And no one asked at all if our meals where ok, not even when they removed the plates - some with half the food still on board. It was the sort of meal you would expect in a seaside café for £8 - £10 each, 4 of us had the evening meal included in our booking fee so over £120 was added for the other 4 basic meals. In short the problem wasn't the presentation, not the price, it was the quality. Sadly our grief didn't end there. Having returned to our extremely hot rooms we went to bed and tried to sleep with those bullet like pillows. At 5am the building came under attack from an unknown source. Either the builders were getting an early start or the water pipes started to knock. This was loud, very loud. All the rooms around us had to have been woken (assuming they were occupied) several minutes later it stopped. Thirty minutes onward it started again and continued until 7am on a 15 minute cycle - on off on off. Oh and while your fixing that problem - have a go at bleeding the radiators which will help stop the gurgling and bubbling noise they make. In fairness I could only hear that when the water pipes stopped banging. The 200 mile drive home that morning was a struggle not to fall asleep at the wheel. I expect a lot more from an establishment that charged me £170+ for half board for one night. On departure we settled our account and waited for reception to ask us how our stay was. She didn't. Did they know of the overnight trouble and thought they'd keep quiet and hope we did too? So rather than make a scene I simply said 'see you on trip advisor' as I walked out the door. This stay should have been a lovely experience for my family, instead it proved to be below the standard we were looking for. The overall building and grounds are a picture and I can only assume that the building is either being restored, repaired or my relatives came back to haunt me. Generally it is a grand old building that is tired in every department from the scratched and tatty lift to the worn repro furnishings. Its what's inside that is the problem and management need to give value for money. Lets say something positive, given the care, time and money this establishment could easily become a top end location to match the nearby Stocks Country Club Next time, will it have to be 'premier inns' at the other end of town. What could possibly go wrong? Collapse
Cream tea for 2
Stay Date: 10/2016, Ken C wrote this review.
This was a lovely afternoon tea for 2. The venue is gushing with carachter, and we were seated over looking the gardens in splendid sunlight. We were able to take a promenade around the gardens with the occasional peacock posing for a picture. The fo… See more
This was a lovely afternoon tea for 2. The venue is gushing with carachter, and we were seated over looking the gardens in splendid sunlight. We were able to take a promenade around the gardens with the occasional peacock posing for a picture. The food was lovely, and I was beaten by the pastries but managed everything else. The only thing missing was some fine bone china to drink the tea from, but as I only drink coffee, this wasn't a biggee for me. I felt very looked after. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, dolphins1818 wrote this review.
Me and my fiancé stayed here and really enjoyed the peace and quiet, the staff were really friendly and kept asking if everything was ok, which was really nice. The room that we had was suite and it was lovely and spaceious. There was a wedding on a… See more
Me and my fiancé stayed here and really enjoyed the peace and quiet, the staff were really friendly and kept asking if everything was ok, which was really nice. The room that we had was suite and it was lovely and spaceious. There was a wedding on at the time and congratulations to them but I think they should have a separate bar for functions as it took 5mins to be served at the bar and that's not fair on the guests that are staying. Overall lovely food, lovely overnight stay and lovely grounds to walk round will definitely be going back. Collapse
Refurbishment in progress. Lovely room and great bar/restaurant
Stay Date: 09/2016, Staro30 wrote this review.
Stayed here recently and we had a problem on arrival which was eventually sorted by the hotel manager so not a good start. We managed to a get a refurbished room which was lovely! Really nice! The non-refurbished rooms are old fashioned but will be r… See more
Stayed here recently and we had a problem on arrival which was eventually sorted by the hotel manager so not a good start. We managed to a get a refurbished room which was lovely! Really nice! The non-refurbished rooms are old fashioned but will be refurbished. The bar and restaurant are great. Breakfast was lovely! The spa is ok but I hope that too is on the refurbishment to do list. Collapse
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