Littlecote House Hotel - Signature Rooms with bigger beds and and soft duvets, and extra little touches, in a open plan room.
we have just spent a five day break at warners littlecote house hotel, from the moment we got there everything was fantastic, the room ,leisure centre, food, all beautiful. the tour of the historic part of the house was very interesting as well as very spooky. also lovely walks available in the area which we did. also a host of things to do within the hotel. all in all we had a fabulous time thanks to all involved.
We booked a last minute 2 night break in a signature room and got a great deal. The room was on the ground floor with French doors that lead to a patio with tables and chairs. It was an excellent room with everything you could possibly need including a fridge.
The food was the great standard we have come to expect from a Warners hotel, and we were not dissapointed. The entertainment was brilliant with the comedian having us in stitches and an illusionist who blew your mind. The resident band was good and enthusiastic.
The quizzes were fun and a tour around the old house is a must. The Roman ruins were interesting too. So we had a great time and would thoroughly recommend it.
We have visited this hotel several times and always enjoy our holidays here
The hotel itself is a well restored beautiful historic house in lovely grounds not far from Hungerford
The accommodation is of a good standard but historic rooms forming part of the original house are available on request
We always find the food at Warners hotels to be a good standard with plenty of choice - our waiter service was also good
Evening entertainment was excellent with the in house entertainment team paying tribute to Michael Buble and an excellent tribute to Eric Clapton from Paul Rick on the Saturday night
We availed ourselves of the swimming pool archery and rifle shooting whilst we were there - there is plenty to do for everyone.
Weekend break in new Signature room. The room was very nice, large bed, bottle of wine and some treats on arrival. There was a really neat sensor in the bathroom which switched on a row of concealed LED lights when you went in. Tried the Aqua Fit, Archery and Rifle Shooting classes as well as lots of walking in the area. The afternoon tea with Prosecco was excellent, we had to take a doggie bag with the cakes in as there was too much to eat, the server Joyce was fantastic - nothing was too much trouble. Food was OK, mainly used the self service for our main course as it was easier in the evenings, several people took the fresh fruit away with them so there was very little left at breakfast. Entertainment was varied and fun, especially Jeff Hooper's tribute to Tony Bennett. There is a very nice Gift shop outside the main hotel area that had lots of unusual gifts at reasonable prices. All in all a lovely break