Quorn Country Hotel Non Refundable
4 4 Star:
Per Person Per Night
- Situated on the banks of the River Soar
- Enjoy a meal in the AA Rosette Shires Restaurant
- Hotel has it's own grounds and gardens
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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 638 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 04/2017, Mandieb77 wrote this review.
This was bought as a birthday present for my sister, and she was really looking forward to this. It was really disappointing for money paid. Sandwiches were curled at edges and not nicely presented, no cream was served with the scones, cakes were v… See more
This was bought as a birthday present for my sister, and she was really looking forward to this. It was really disappointing for money paid. Sandwiches were curled at edges and not nicely presented, no cream was served with the scones, cakes were very disappointing taste wise, even though they looked OK. Sat in a dark corner, so could not appreciate the hotel grounds, even though other tables were available. There was meant to be a glass of bubbly with the afternoon tea, but this was not given. The only good thing was the tea selection which was freshly brewed. Will certainly not be recommending to friends. Collapse
Thinking of staying - don't do it!
Stay Date: 04/2017, Les G wrote this review.
Stayed here for 3 nights while on business in the area. The place looks lovely arriving in the car-park and the garden area has potential too. I'd booked the room over the internet through one of the usual agents. In the garden we found somebody had … See more
Stayed here for 3 nights while on business in the area. The place looks lovely arriving in the car-park and the garden area has potential too. I'd booked the room over the internet through one of the usual agents. In the garden we found somebody had sawn a seat off the garden furniture and thrown it in the river and two life-rings on the river frontage were also strew about, one in the water. Gardeners had just cut the grass and had mown around the life-ring which was on the floor? We reported this to reception who made excuses about 'local youths had gained access the evening before', maybe staff should be more mindful of security in the first place sooner than blaming the local young people? I arrived during the evening of Bank Holiday Monday and the place was fairly empty, total lack of any ambience or atmosphere. I know hotels will always deny this next point, but I obviously got the 'internet room'. The hotel appears to be split in halves (roughly), there is No66 the old and seemingly original part of the building should be avoided at all costs. The later addition, which seems to be the rest of the building seemed OK but lacks any feeling of ambience. I was given room 302 which resembled the sort of thing you see in old films of the eastern block from the1960's. The room was dirty, stains on the carpet and bed-runner, water-marks on the bathroom floor-tiles which had been there some time, the replacement wash hand-basin in the bathroom (a nicer addition) doesn't go with the rest of the decor. Access to the room is past the bar and kitchen door through what appears to be the restaurant, which is poorly lit and a mis-match again of decor and furnishings. There is a weak spot in the flooring as you go through the door-way at the end of the bar and this feels as though it is about to collapse. The flooring in the passage-way leading from the kitchen to the restaurant has a frayed carpet and uneven floor and looks filthy. The stair-case to our room was very steep with a fire-door which opens back on itself and makes access difficult especially with baggage.This door does not need to open outwards as there is a fire escape on the landing once inside. Breakfast here is unbelievably expensive at £14 per head. If you read this review before booking there are other places to stay close-by. There are also a lot of other places to eat with ambience and atmosphere at a fraction of the costs. I'm not sure what the owners are aiming to do with this place? I also fail to see how they claim 4 stars? It seems as though they are hell-bent on driving it into the ground by lacking investment and vision. For me I would have preferred to have meals at the hotel at least on some nights of my stay, but the lacking atmosphere and ambience drove me out to eat elsewhere, if staff and owners invested a bit of themselves into the place they could have had twice the amount of money off me as they did. Well worth giving this place a miss! Collapse
Our wedding at Quorn country hotel
Stay Date: 04/2017, Nicolax88 wrote this review.
We had our wedding at Quorn country hotel on Saturday 8th April 2017. We had the most perfect day from start to finish. Jemma the wedding coordinator is a credit to the company. Always there by email or phone call if you need her and nothing was too … See more
We had our wedding at Quorn country hotel on Saturday 8th April 2017. We had the most perfect day from start to finish. Jemma the wedding coordinator is a credit to the company. Always there by email or phone call if you need her and nothing was too much trouble. She set up our room for us and did it perfectly. Mark, our master of ceremonies did a wonderful job. Kept us updated with everything throughout the day. The food was amazing, so many people said how lovely the meal was in the day and the buffet food at night. Even the staff who worked through the night helping us take our things up to our room was so friendly. Our bedroom (the bridal suite) was beautiful, so big! Next morning we had breakfast, now I had read really bad reviews on the hotel for breakfast so wasn't expecting much. But ours was great. Served fast and the food was hot and yummy. There was a help yourself continental breakfast in another room then you could order from the breakfast menu aswell. Overall we really enjoyed ourselves and would absolutely recommend Quorn country hotel as a wedding venue. Thank you so much again for a magical & memorable day. Mr & Mrs Hooper. X Collapse
One night stay on business
Stay Date: 04/2017, Chairman1010 wrote this review.
On the out side this is a nice comfortable hotel. Don't know what it is but maybe they are running on a tight budget but every thing seems controlled and lacks atmosphere. Went for a pre dinner drink and it was empty in the restaurant nd bar , so at… See more
On the out side this is a nice comfortable hotel. Don't know what it is but maybe they are running on a tight budget but every thing seems controlled and lacks atmosphere. Went for a pre dinner drink and it was empty in the restaurant nd bar , so ate out , came back and it was still empty?.. Breakfast table had six pieces of cheese and five pieces of Salami and about the same amount of fruit. It would have looked better if it was not there..Has to be said the bacon and eggs were great. Bed and sleep were good. Collapse
Shabby, dirty and over-priced
Stay Date: 04/2017, tadredge wrote this review.
I have never stayed in a room that is more shabby or dirty than when we stayed at the Quorn Country Hotel. The outside, the grounda and the communal areas look lovely, but once in the room (which we had to walk through the dining room to get to) thi… See more
I have never stayed in a room that is more shabby or dirty than when we stayed at the Quorn Country Hotel. The outside, the grounda and the communal areas look lovely, but once in the room (which we had to walk through the dining room to get to) things went way down hill. The room was full of cobwebs, filth was ingrained in the corners of every room; the attention to detail was appalling - the previous guest itinerary was still posted on the door; the bathroom tiles were disgusting; hairs were all over the bathroom. When we arrived for breakfast in the morning (after 8am) there was no bread out and no one to serve us. It's clear to see that the owners do not care. I assume they are waiting to be offered a big wedge or money so more houses can be built there. Collapse
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