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 571 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 10/2016, Kateryna B wrote this review.
A wonderful afternoon tea with a variety of sandwiches and cakes and scones. The chocolate orange truffle tea was superb. A lovely glass of prosecco to finish. Staff very friendly good customer care skills. Highly recommended
A wonderful afternoon tea with a variety of sandwiches and cakes and scones. The chocolate orange truffle tea was superb. A lovely glass of prosecco to finish. Staff very friendly good customer care skills. Highly recommended Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, denisee38 wrote this review.
We were telephoned to ask if we would like breakfast and we accepted. On the first morning we were fairly early. There was a lady waiting who said she had been there nearly an hour. She had ordered eggs benedict. The waitress said it took a while be… See more
We were telephoned to ask if we would like breakfast and we accepted. On the first morning we were fairly early. There was a lady waiting who said she had been there nearly an hour. She had ordered eggs benedict. The waitress said it took a while because of the sauce. Eventually the lady left without breakfast. We knew the chef knew this as the waitress yelled out "she's gone" as she sailed through the kitchen door. Our own breakfast eventually turned up and was edible. The second day I thought I'd go for eggs benedict- foolishly. A gentleman was there before us and was on his phone saying he was waiting and had been there for more than thirty minutes. Another 10minutes and eggs royale turned up - it looked OK so I had hope. Another 10 minutes and my eggs benedict arrived - it was clearly the end of this amazing sauce that took 45 minutes to make, and obviously the chef had stopped paying attention and it had curdled and was inedible. I pointed this out to the waitress who offered to take it back, I didn't think I could risk it. As others have said the tables were not laid, no sugar, no condiments. We did complain and they were very sorry but apparently unsurprised. Incidentally, I can recommend Carluccios in Dorchester, who produced a perfect eggs benedict in less than ten minutes! The room was fine - it was cold and we couldn't make the heating work. The towel rail wasn't working and we did ask for assistance but it remained stone cold. The towels were damp. This was our second stay but we won't go back. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, yorkshirelover2015 wrote this review.
Where do I start? One of the beds in our twin room was well past its sell-by-date. The base was unstable and sagging and the mattress itself was like a rag. I got about three hours sleep in it. We mentioned this in the morning to the receptionist, bu… See more
Where do I start? One of the beds in our twin room was well past its sell-by-date. The base was unstable and sagging and the mattress itself was like a rag. I got about three hours sleep in it. We mentioned this in the morning to the receptionist, but when we returned that evening, nothing had been done, so we had to ask again. We were given another room, which was very dark. Again, one of the beds was decidedly old, but not as bad as the first one. We didn't feel it was worth mentioning again, and as no one asked if our new room was better, we didn't say anything. Breakfast on Sunday morning was farcical. We were put in the dark old part of the hotel, as there had been a wedding the previous night. I think the word abandoned describes our experience. It took over an hour for us to get and finish our breakfast. I was told that they had run out of marmalade and was offered a bowl of strawberry jam that had been scooped out of a jar with a soup spoon, which was still in the jam. This morning my husband was given toasted bread crusts when he asked for brown toast. Not just one slice of crust, but two whole slices of the crusts from the ends of the loaf. Another part of the breakfast experience which was new to me was that the toast was thrown on top of the cooked breakfast. Have they not heard of toast racks in Quorn? The one redeeming feature of the hotel was the staff. The chamber maids were cheerful and helpful as was the night porter. The staff serving breakfast on Sunday remained cheerful despite the obvious problems of understaffing both front of house and in the kitchen. Having worked in the catering trade it is clear that this hotel and its staff are being let down by poor management. If I had just paid a large sum of money for this hotel, I would be moving in and living there until I had pulled this place round. This hotel needs a first class general manager AND a first class chef. Collapse
Great place excellent food
Stay Date: 10/2016, geanybeany wrote this review.
Stayed for one night was a 60 th birthday present. We had a lovely stay room excellent, food outstanding, staff very friendly couldn't do enough for you . Lovely grounds and surroundings . Good nights sleep in comfy spacious room . Excellent wi fi .
Stayed for one night was a 60 th birthday present. We had a lovely stay room excellent, food outstanding, staff very friendly couldn't do enough for you . Lovely grounds and surroundings . Good nights sleep in comfy spacious room . Excellent wi fi . Collapse
A special break that disappointed
Stay Date: 09/2016, B5661DWdavido wrote this review.
I had been to Quorn before and liked it. My wife and I had a few days away to mark our wedding anniversary. We stayed overnight at this hotel which at first glance looked ok on arrival. The stay was marred by a series of issues: The air conditioning … See more
I had been to Quorn before and liked it. My wife and I had a few days away to mark our wedding anniversary. We stayed overnight at this hotel which at first glance looked ok on arrival. The stay was marred by a series of issues: The air conditioning in the room didn't work. A fan was provided but was really noisy. The room heating didn't work. A supplementary electric oil filled radiator was provided.The double glazed room windows were all 'blown' thereby decimating the view from the window. This was a blessing as their was a great big pile of builders rubble directly under our room window! On the positive side the room was spacious and fairly clean but then the towel rail dropped off in the bathroom and when reported we were told that the same thing had happened in another room a few days earlier. The staff were generally friendly and helpful but their seemed little evidence of team management and leadership. We dined in the hotel and the food was generally good but the main meal I selected was so small portioned as to be laughable. We complained and were told that duck was expensive so the 2 tiny pieces on the plate was all that could be provided for £17-95 per plate! We were offered a free glass of wine to compensate but we declined the offer. More food was the answer not more drink. At breakfast we seemed to have to ask for the most basic things such as preserves, butter, condiments etc. No one had created a sound process for the staff. We were told that the hotel was under new ownership so I elected not to make a fuss and instead wrote to the new owners on returning home. I sent a comprehensive email to the directors. No response so I checked and the system advised me that the email mailbox was overfull. I am sure the new owners are trying but how can I recommend this hotel after such an experience. They should be encouraging feedback not ignoring it. A sad experience. Collapse
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