Quorn Country Hotel Non Refundable
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The Quorn Country Hotel is a 4 star country retreat, perfectly situated on the banks of the River Soar in the charming village of Quorn, offers warm country house hospitality, personal and friendly service and award winning cuisine within a delightfully historical setting.
The Hotel offers 36 spacious bedrooms including 11 executive rooms and 4 suites ideal for business travellers and families. Bedrooms bestow a timeless elegance with bespoke furniture & contemporary soft furnishings. Visitors can enjoy a meal in the AA Rosette Shires Restaurant, a scrumptious Sunday lunch or afternoon tea in the delightful Orangery. The comfortable lounge area, tastefully furnished with classic elegant décor, is the perfect retreat to relax and unwind.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 36
- Lift to all Floors
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: LOUGHBOROUGH
- Distance: 5 kilometres
- Name: EAST MIDLANDS
- Distance: 18 kilometres
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:30
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 09:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Loughborough Distance: 5 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: East Midlands Distance: 18 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 586 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Hotel Past its best
Stay Date: 11/2016, Bathmother wrote this review.
This hotel shows much promise from its web site. However it was disappointing. Our first room was a suite in the old part of the house. It was accessed up a steep flight of stairs which would be difficult to access if you were not agile. I am not sur… See more
This hotel shows much promise from its web site. However it was disappointing. Our first room was a suite in the old part of the house. It was accessed up a steep flight of stairs which would be difficult to access if you were not agile. I am not sure if there was another means of access as we were not told of one. The bed area was cramped with about 2 feet either side of the bed to the wall. The bed was uncomfortable and bounced when either of us sat on it. The bathroom was very small and had been built up (I am guessing) above the eaves below, which made it cramped and peculiar. The lounge area of the suite was nicer and included tea and coffee facilities. Both areas were warm. The room however had a broken window and was extremely noisy (I think it was the extractor fans from the kitchen). We asked to be moved and were moved into the annex. One first appearance the room was much nicer, better fittings and spacious. However the heating did not work and the bathroom was not that clean. An old toilet roll had been left on the floor, under the sink, the shower curtain was badly stained at the bottom as was the grout in the bath/shower. The bed was fine, a king size and the duvet and cover warm. We did stay in the room as by now it was midnight. It was a shame as the hotel has the potential to be very nice, however it needs some serious updating and maintenance. Collapse
Very Tired Hotel
Stay Date: 11/2016, Mike A wrote this review.
Checked in last night after booking late due to a business meeting locally next day . Room so cold had to just leave my case in and get out . Went downstairs and the first two things I ordered to eat were not being served due to a menu change happeni… See more
Checked in last night after booking late due to a business meeting locally next day . Room so cold had to just leave my case in and get out . Went downstairs and the first two things I ordered to eat were not being served due to a menu change happening soon !! Asked if I could check out and told that I would have to pay for the room so decided to walk down the town for a meal . I asked if I could change my room and told No and they would put a heater in it for me . Had to switch it off whilst trying to sleep . I stay in hotels most weeks but NEVER COMPLAIN in fact this is my first ever review on Trip Advisor . I got the impression the hotel was run down and just surviving . Sorry but had to sat something as I did try and let my feelings known but nobody seemed interested . Collapse
Not a 4 star experience
Stay Date: 11/2016, Angela19111960 wrote this review.
Reception girl was friendly enough although I really don't like it when the telephone takes preference over a person when that person is already being spoken with. Our room was outside in the annex. First impression was that it was cold - very cold. … See more
Reception girl was friendly enough although I really don't like it when the telephone takes preference over a person when that person is already being spoken with. Our room was outside in the annex. First impression was that it was cold - very cold. It was as though it hadn't been used for a while and not warmed up in preparation. We found the thermostat and turned it up, however this had no effect. Until about 6am, when the room became sooo hot! By the time we got up, which was about 8am, the room was cold again. My other bugbear about the room (and one I really don't understand) was that one of the towels was in the wardrobe. Surely the most logical place for a towel is in the bathroom? You shouldn't have to play 'Hunt the Towel' when preparing for a bath/shower. Incidentally, the bathroom could have done with a really good deep clean - there was black around the overflow in the bath that just needed a scrub (it came off easily enough with my nail) - and a facelift. It was a bit tired. We did not eat at the hotel as there were no tables available. Breakfast the next morning was a little farcical. Firstly, the tables were rammed that close together you had to disturb the person sitting behind you if you wanted to get up or sit down. This was annoying. We waited over 20 minutes for someone to take our hot food order. In the end I had to go and find someone and ask for it to be taken. The young girl taking the order for hot breakfast failed to write down which table ordered what and, as a result, plates of food were constantly doing several laps of the room before landing. Cold breakfast items were constantly running out and not being promptly replaced. There was one 4 piece toaster for a whole room of people (good job the bread ran out at one point). The orange juice ran out and had to be topped up with J2O. Sauce - forget it! On our table of 4 no-one actually got what they ordered - all had at least 1 item missing - and when it eventually came some of it was cold, looked dried out and as though it had been thrown on the plate. Now, OK, I appreciate that the hotel had a wedding on the previous day/evening but they should know that when there is a late night folks will take a late breakfast but this does not excuse the lack of staff/room/food. I have stayed in many 4 star hotels throughout Europe and I must say that this did not come close either for service or quality of room. Very disappointing! Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2016, siouxsie2sioux wrote this review.
When we arrived we were asked to wait in the bar area to be seated, felt a little like a doctors waiting area but with a bar. The couple that came in around 10 minutes after us surprisingly received their starters before us, the manager did deduct o… See more
When we arrived we were asked to wait in the bar area to be seated, felt a little like a doctors waiting area but with a bar. The couple that came in around 10 minutes after us surprisingly received their starters before us, the manager did deduct our drinks order to compensate for this which was a nice gesture. My main course of roast beef was nice, not sure about serving in a bowl though and there seemed to be a theme going with the watercress as it topped every dish starters and mains. My daughters risotto was barely warm some parts undercooked and I didn't get the mushrooms as the cheese was overwhelming. Didn't really get a farewell either just a token gesture as we were half out the door. Overall nice but not sure I'd go again . The afternoon teas I saw going out did look yummy I wish I had gone for afternoon tea. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2016, Zippy Z wrote this review.
went for a 2 course Sunday lunch with wine. Hung around for 10 mins as no staff around restaurant. Found staff and was seated heard a crunch under foot from food debris upon inspection there were also tissues on floor of restaurant bad as it just ope… See more
went for a 2 course Sunday lunch with wine. Hung around for 10 mins as no staff around restaurant. Found staff and was seated heard a crunch under foot from food debris upon inspection there were also tissues on floor of restaurant bad as it just opened and had not been cleaned before. waitress brought our included wine in175ml glasses with about 125 ml in and her thumb on the rim of both glasses, Cleaned our glasses around the rim and our dirty cuttelry, food came out too quick to be freshly cooked but was acceptable, The 2 star is for the food the service was a shambles. Seats were so mix and match my wife perched on hers as I sunk on mine Collapse
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