The impressive 15th-century Tudor House Hotel offers charming rooms and good food. Warwick rail station is a 3-minute drive away and there is good access to the M40 motorway. Sample the excellent menu in the quaint, cosy restaurant with exposed beams. There are real ales and a welcoming pub atmosphere. Some rooms have an indulgent four-poster bed. Each room has a TV and comfortable beds. Some rooms benefit from en-suite facilities and others have shared bathrooms. The historic Warwick Castle and race course are near Tudor House Hotel. Free parking is provided.
The best thing about The Tudor House Hotel would have to be it location due to our visit to Warwick Castle,however a close second would have to be its charm and atmosphere.
A bit overpriced,the four poster bed was not as impressive as I thought it would be,and did not really fit in the room.
Location was good and the history and looks of the hotel
The wecome was dreadful room was dirty we had lunch when we arrived and had to ask for my money back as my wifes chilli was full of grissal and fat. I think if we had not got our money back I would have gone to another hotel to stay
it is a beautifully preserved old building with lots of character and very close to town centre
the website description about there being parking on site is very misleading. we checked in at 2.15 & were told that the only 3 spaces they have were all taken; the woman who checked us in was very rude & abrupt & didn't care that all the parking spaces were taken. 'not her problem' was the attitude; rather unwelcoming
The staff were friendly, the breakfast was good.
The bed was very hard and creaky. The bar had intrusively loud music - so we didn't stay there to eat in the evening.
Location and cHARCTER of building
Friendly and full of old charm. Good breakfast. Close to the castle and the shops.
A hum all night possibly the freezer nay just be the room we were in.
Charming building, shared rooms (breakfast room, etc.). Staff was quite nice
The bed in room 10 was not only terrible (springs sticking up no matter what position I tried to adjust myself into) and should be replaced or topped with an actual mattress. I've never had such a bad bed in a hotel/motel. Additionally, apparently you also have poisonous spiders. I awoke from what little sleep I got on my second night's stay with a rather large welt on my side below my arm, and my arm at the point where it had rested against my side. I checked out; took train to London, and by evening the welt had grown to 12cm x 24cm, turned redhot in temperature and also purple-red in color and my entire right arm ached so terribly, I thought it might be a heart attack. Also raised my blood pressure to 160/103, which is terribly high and dangerous. Turns out it was a black widow, the dr.s think. You have black widow spiders in the guestroom and bed of room 10. I was really quite ill with it for 48 hours. As if the mattress being uncomfortable was not more than enough to rank this location very poor, indeed.
Food was good
No real bad points, Hotel is old and showed in decor