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 602 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Not quite there yet.....
Stay Date: 01/2017, Tessa T wrote this review.
Overnight stay for a 21st party being held here. First impression was wow - really lovely building in spacious grounds. Check in was easy, fuss free & room was large, well equipped & big comfy double bed. What lets this place down is the lack of at… See more
Overnight stay for a 21st party being held here. First impression was wow - really lovely building in spacious grounds. Check in was easy, fuss free & room was large, well equipped & big comfy double bed. What lets this place down is the lack of attention to detail, and no clear idea of management which is a shame as this could be a fantastic venue. It appears to be led by younger people which is good in one respect but not so good in others. Example, buffet was served at 9, I made my selections sat down, ate a few things & went to the toilet came back & my plate had gone- I rather think it was a case of, get the food out, clear the tables so the staff could finish at a reasonable time -it was Saturday night after all, and I was young once! Breakfast -another story..... 11 tables, 3 staff- easy you'd think..... I rather feel the 3 waitresses are cooking the food too. 3 empty tables not been cleared and 3 people all waiting to be seated, me included, no eye contact or acknowledgement of us waiting to be seated..... again young staff, no management ( well it is an early Sunday morning), and no direction- which is a shame. In the end I went and sat down on a dirty table, then asked for tea. Each time the waiting staff went back into the kitchen they went in empty handed, leaving dirty tables or just The cutlery (?), in fact one came out to clean & set a table then abandoned it halfway through and went back into the kitchen ( empty handed), perhaps he was the chef? I won't go on about the service, but it's clear there is no management and these young members of staff have no direction or priorities on waiting on tables, again which is a management issue. Such a shame as it's a gorgeous building and spacious inside with bags of old charm & character Collapse
Tired and under-performing
Stay Date: 01/2017, Jay M wrote this review.
This hotel needs upgrading. The bathroom is clean but shabby and there is blackness ingrained in the sealant. The room itself is spacious, the bed is comfortable and big. There is ample storage and tea-making facilities. The room was very quiet and… See more
This hotel needs upgrading. The bathroom is clean but shabby and there is blackness ingrained in the sealant. The room itself is spacious, the bed is comfortable and big. There is ample storage and tea-making facilities. The room was very quiet and they do warn that weddings/parties can be noisy but I lucky travelling mid week. However, the lighting system is out of the sixties and the heating system is very noisy. The room was spoilt by having no pen or paper in the room or bottled water. At reception on checking in I was not advised about breakfast. Breakfast itself was a poor experience. There were no glasses for juice, there was no juice. I was not greeted at the door and every table except one was full of dirty plates. There was not menu on the table and the food took a long time coming. Saying that, it was freshly cooked and tasty. All in all it was a poor experience with minor niggles at every turn. Not somewhere I would like to choose as a first choice in future. Collapse
50th Birthday Meal
Stay Date: 01/2017, andyh67186334 wrote this review.
I had a 50th Birthday meal for 13 guests, and was given the conservatory so it felt like a private dining experience. The quality of food and drink was very good, and the service was friendly and efficient. The hotel presented me with a bottle of spa… See more
I had a 50th Birthday meal for 13 guests, and was given the conservatory so it felt like a private dining experience. The quality of food and drink was very good, and the service was friendly and efficient. The hotel presented me with a bottle of sparkling wine, which was a nice touch. Collapse
Great location, good rooms, poor restaurant
Stay Date: 01/2017, Marion N wrote this review.
We were pleasantly surprised by how lovely this village is - so much to do and so many places to eat - sadly we ate at the hotel. The hotel is well situated, in the middle of the village. The rooms are excellent - everything you would need and look g… See more
We were pleasantly surprised by how lovely this village is - so much to do and so many places to eat - sadly we ate at the hotel. The hotel is well situated, in the middle of the village. The rooms are excellent - everything you would need and look good - unfortunately, the double bed was two beds pushed together. We so wanted to love this hotel.. However, the eating experience was odd/grim - we were sat in what felt like a soul-less corridor. Just one other couple there and it felt uncomfortable. We were surprised by the offerings of a 4 rosette hotel - about 8 main courses, only one of them being available to me as a vegetarian - gnocchi - which was a bit salty and tedious. The table was decorated with a fabric plant and a tealight in a jam jar. It was a bit odd, or lazy, as the hotel has character and obvious history which was not being played up to. Breakfast is in a conservatory, which would be great for afternoon tea, but there were five adults and five children there as well. One child was somewhat hyperactive so the noise in this echo-y space wasn't a gentle introduction to the day. However, breakfast itself was fine. Staff were courteous, if a little distant. I would recommend this hotel - but recommend that you eat in one of the local restaurants. Collapse
Oh dear, this is a very poor hotel, bad service, over priced rooms, sloppy all round
Stay Date: 12/2016, emmasE1454AU wrote this review.
I don't know how this hotel is still going. It has so much potential yet fails miserably to reach it. Quorn is a pretty village and the hotel is in nice grounds but the hotel falls well below expectations. When we arrived there were full black bin… See more
I don't know how this hotel is still going. It has so much potential yet fails miserably to reach it. Quorn is a pretty village and the hotel is in nice grounds but the hotel falls well below expectations. When we arrived there were full black bin liners stacked up behind the reception area which didn't make a good first impression. Our room, which was £139 and allegedly an 'Executive room' had sloping ceilings so we kept banging our heads. There was one bath towel for the two of us, the rubber bath mat was ancient and dirty. It couldn't have been less luxurious! The bar area is big and stark and had no atmosphere. We would have spent some time in there had it been in any way appealing. We looked forward to breakfast in the conservatory area but this was full, no wonder as there are actually not many tables in there. People's dirty dishes were stacked up all around the breakfast buffet, it was grim. We had to sit is a dark, old fashioned artexed dining room which has a strong smell of damp which put us off our food. It was just awful. We really wish we had stayed somewhere else. Collapse
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